A Tradition of Excellence – The M.C. Miller Company

M. C. Miller Company, Inc. has been serving the needs of the Cathodic Protection industry for over 75 years as we continue to expand our impact by developing new, needs-based, products and services, based on our commitment to in-house research and development.

The Company, which was founded by the late Melvin C. Miller in 1945, manufactures equipment and software for use by corrosion professionals around the world. We currently have customers in Australia, Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, South American, Canada, and the United States.

In addition to supplying hardware items, such as multi-meters, current interrupters, data-loggers and soil resistivity kits, the M.C. Miller Company is also the author and publisher of the innovative client/server database management system Proactive-Pro, which is the most technically advanced Cathodic Protection, Pipeline Integrity Risk Assessment software package currently on the market. This time and money saving software package simplifies the often laborious documentation associated with Cathodic Protection systems.

Gatherer One (G1) Data-logger
Note: The G1 Data-logger is no longer available for purchase.
However, accessories are available for those who already own the G1 Data-logger.

Introduction to M. C. Miller Electrodes

M. C. Miller manufactures a wide range of portable copper/copper sulphate and silver/silver chloride reference electrodes, as well as copper/copper sulphate and silver/silver chloride reference electrodes designed for permanent installation applications.

Information on the nature of structure-to-electrolyte readings taken using different reference electrode types is provided in an article published in NACE’s Materials Performance magazine (September 2009) titled, “A Guide to Understanding Reference Electrode Readings”.

M. C. Miller reference electrodes are state-of-the-art with regard to materials selection, fabrication techniques, and performance. A variety of designs to satisfy numerous applications in the corrosion and cathodic protection areas are provided.