Lab Manager | Run Your Lab Like a Business

Product News

ILIUM Technologies Inc. Announces Distribution Agreement with Titan Technologies

Company expands distribution reach in East Asia—Japan, China, and South Korea

by Ilium Technology
Register for free to listen to this article
Listen with Speechify

ILIUM Model 2100 Conductivity MeterMedford, MA-- ILIUM Technology, a leader in wide-range / ultra-low liquid conductivity measurement, announced June 6 that it has entered into a distributor agreement with Titan Technologies, K.K. of Japan to address demand in East Asia for its Model 2100 Conductivity Meter.

The Model 2100 and its associated line of high-accuracy smart probes can measure liquid conductivities ranging from 10-3 S/cm, typical of low concentration aqueous solutions, down to 10-15 S/cm, typical of low concentration solutions in non-polar solvents. The Model 2100’s ability to follow conductivity changes over such a wide and low range with a single meter, and up to nine decades with a single factory-calibrated probe, has revolutionized the field by eliminating the need to correlate multiple meters and swap and calibrate multiple probes.

For decades, measuring the electrical conductivity of liquids has been a workhorse technique in aqueous systems. The Model 2100‘s wide, low range makes it ideal for characterizing inks, paints, pharmaceutical and personal care formulations, resins, liquid toners, and other non-polar as well as polar fluid systems.

Get training in Biosafety and Biosecurity and earn CEUs.One of over 25 IACET-accredited courses in the Academy.
Biosafety and Biosecurity Course

“The addition of Titan Technologies to our distribution network adds critical capabilities needed to sell in the East Asian markets, such as Japan, China and South Korea,” said Richard Melanson, ILIUM’s director of business development. “Titan Technologies has a team of technology and sales professionals with a strong knowledge of the Japanese and Asian markets.”

For more information about ILIUM’s conductivity meters and probes, visit: