What’s Happening at Taylor Technologies
When you’re a leading manufacturer of products in the water testing industry, there’s going to be exciting news at every turn. And so, we wanted to establish a place for you to learn about the latest training opportunities, upcoming events, exciting new products, enhancements to existing products, technological and software advancements, and so much more.
We’re proud to announce that one of our own was presented the Ray Baum Memorial Water Technologist of the Year Award at this year’s AWT Annual Convention.
Wayne Ivusich, Manager of Education and Technical Support at Taylor Technologies, traveled to Scottsdale, Arizona, to record the "Water Chemistry Education Series" for the Pool Chasers podcast.
A new CEO is about to take the helm at Taylor Technologies, and he brings with him a global network of suppliers, customers, and innovators in the fields of science, technology, and product development and distribution.
Taylor Technologies is teaming up with Blake Sales Associates, Inc., to expand pool and spa sales along the West Coast.
Taylor Technologies is teaming up with Waterlines, Inc., for a pool and spa party no distributor or retailer will want to miss. Located in Franklin, NJ, Waterlines will be serving as Taylor’s sales representative to our resellers in the northeast region of the U.S.
AWT, the Association of Water Technologies and The Voice of the Water Treatment Industry, has spoken.
Pool and spa chemical levels can no longer hide behind the need for dilution with Taylor Technologies’ new comparator block.
It's a tough job but somebody has to do it...represent Taylor at golfing events, that is. Luckily, business development director Chris Golden is always ready and willing to hit the links for us.
You already know you can trust Taylor chemistries. Now get that same reliable performance from your handheld meter!
The American Swimming Coaches Association and its sister organization, SwimAmerica, have again designated Taylor Technologies their preferred provider of water-testing supplies. 2015 is the fifteenth year in a row ASCA has chosen to partner with Taylor.
Just added to our line of products for in-store water testing! With its small footprint (18" wide x 9" deep), the Counterlab Rx 2™ (K-0206) is "just the prescription" for retailers with limited counter space in their water analysis center.
We have switched over from glass bottles to plastic bottles for pints (size code E), quarts (size code F), and gallons (size code G) of conductivity solutions. The following products are affected:
Many Taylor specialty tests are done with either a 25-mL or 10-mL water sample in our 9198 sample tube. For instance, the FAS-DPD chlorine test, the EDTA chelant test, and the saltwater test for pools equipped with chlorine generators.
Thanks to Simeon Baker, an Environmental Health Specialist with the Monroe County (Indiana) Health Department, for sending along photos from his recent training session.
No matter how good the chemistry of your test kit, field test results cannot be relied upon to drive water treatment decisions unless the right equipment is used, the right location is sampled, and the right testing techniques are employed.
We've been busy videotaping product demonstrations for some of our best-selling kits. To see what's currently available, navigate to the Product Info button at the top of this screen.
Every 15 seconds a child dies from a water-related disease somewhere in the world. Water For People is a leading NGO (non-governmental organization) working hard to eradicate the conditions behind this awful statistic.
If you perform many drop-count titrations in a day that involve our 9198 sample tube, you should consider adding a new tool to your testing arsenal: the SpeedStir® (9265).
A report by CNN's Carter Evans looked at how safe the water is for swimmers at public pools. On location in the Bronx, New York, he visits a YMCA he says has high standards for water quality maintenance.