Pyxis Sensors


Pyxis offers high quality inline sensors and handheld analytical devices to include the following testing capabilities:

Fluorescent Tracers and Polymers, Industrial and Drinking Water TurbiditypHORPConductivity, Resistivity, TDS, Temperature, Dissolved OxygenLPR CorrosionLiquid LevelColorimetricsWet Chemistry Analyzers and more.

Pyxis Lab Inc. is the leading manufacturer of fluorescent tracing chemicals for use in the water treatment industry. Our unique inline sensors and control packages offer flexible integration with an ‘agnostic’ approach to the market, capable of communicating with any receiving device in both analog and digital (modbus) formats with Bluetooth wireless configuration, diagnostics, and calibration via the uPyxis® Mobile & Desktop app. With our help in instrumentation, chemistry, and detailed knowledge of cooling, boiler, waste, process, membrane and domestic water treatment… MANY equipment OEM companies, water & process treatment companies, as well as channel partners around the globe have embraced Pyxis Lab Inc. as BEST IN CLASS TECHNOLOGY for their advanced monitoring and control needs.

Available products:

  • Handhelds
  • Inline sensors
  • Liquid level sensors
  • Corrosion sensors
  • Calibration standards
  • Reagents
  • Accessories

Please feel free to contact us in case of further questions:

Pyxis Sensors

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