FEATURED PRODUCTS

Waltron 9096 Degas Conductivity Analyzer Waltron 9096 Degas Conductivity Analyzer

The NEW 9096 Degassed Acid Conductivity Analyzer delivers accurate measurement of specific, cation, and degassed cation conductivity with unprecedented degassing efficiency of 93.5%.

Waltron 3041 Silica Analyzer Waltron 3041 Silica Analyzer

Waltron’s 3041 Silica Analyzer is the first choice for online analysis of dissolved silica in ultrapure water applications.

Waltron 9033X Sodium Analyzer Waltron 9033X Sodium Analyzer

Waltron’s 9033X Sodium Analyzer delivers exceptional results in a streamlined low-cost package. An enhanced color touch screen user interface makes the 9033X easy to operate and easy to maintain.

Waltron 9065 Luminescent Dissolved Oxygen Waltron 9065 Luminescent Dissolved Oxygen

The 9065 Luminescent Dissolved Oxygen Analyzer utilizes new luminescent technology for measuring dissolved oxygen in water at sub ppb levels.

ABOUT WALTRON GROUP

Waltron is one of the world's oldest, most experienced companies in the water industry. The company now integrates a variety of technologies into a comprehensive line of electronic analyzers for the Power Generation, Petrochemical, Pulp and Paper, Drinking Water, Semiconductor, and Environmental industries.

Founded in 1903 by chemists Irving Bull and Alfred Roberts, Waltron has a long history of expertise in water chemistry management. The company started as an analytical and consulting laboratory in lower Manhattan in New York City – a perfect location to sample, analyze, and make recommendations for the boiler water of the many steamships that are called in to the major seaport there. In fact, our company pioneered the first modern boiler water treatment program, including the first nuclear water chemistry program on a commercial ship, and at one point had nearly half of the US merchant fleet under contract.

Our expertise in drinking water also goes back to the original company, which introduced drinking water chlorination before the first American city-wide chlorination system was installed. Since then, we have been at the forefront of many related innovations, including the first successful chemical treatment of large land-based desalination plants, the first ultraviolet drinking water purifiers accepted by the US Public Health Service, the first widely used oil pollution monitor, and potable water chlorinators for military field applications.
Today, Waltron is a customer-focused organization dedicated to manufacture the highest-quality, lowest total cost of ownership line of instrumentation for the water quality industry.

As Water Chemistry Experts, we show our commitment and dedication every day through the quality of our relationships with our Suppliers, with our Representatives, and most importantly, with our Customers. We strive to provide the most relevant water chemistry solutions for today’s concerns.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Waltron Group

25 Minneakoning Rd, Ste 101

Flemington, NJ 08822

UNITED STATES

Phone: 908-534-5100

Fax: 908-534-5546

Contact: Erika Domingues

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Is Manual Calibration The Right Choice For You?
    Is Manual Calibration The Right Choice For You?

    When selecting a new analyzer for your plant, there are many different features to consider. One of those is the choice of how the instrument will be calibrated, namely between an inexpensive manual calibration and a more complex automatic calibration method. (To be clear, we will define automatic calibration as a feature that involves no operator intervention at the instrument.) Factors that influence this choice are financial, process, staff levels, and personal preference. Let’s explore each of those.

  • Relating PLM Principles To Water Quality Management
    Relating PLM Principles To Water Quality Management

    Regardless of whether your business is centered on a product or a service, controlling innovation and quality is a critical task for every professionally led organization. In the case of water quality management, the maintenance of documentation, process control, and measurement of results are not just important for efficiency, they are often mandated by regulations. For instrument manufacturers, they are the basic foundation of quality.

  • You Are What You Eat
    You Are What You Eat

    Behind every super-accurate instrument is chemistry that relies on near-perfection to work. In the case of colorimetric instruments commonly used to analyze water for specific impurities, this often involves multiple reagents made from high purity chemicals designed to react within specified times and precise concentrations. If any element does not work, the entire process fails. The same also applies to the calibration standards; it’s vital that what’s on the label is exactly what’s in the bottle.

  • New Technology For Rapid Steam Turbine Start-Up
    New Technology For Rapid Steam Turbine Start-Up

    Growth in renewable (but unsteady) energy sources has placed greater burden on modern gas-fired electric plants to cycle on and off to maintain steady and reliable electric production between Renewables and Base Load.