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Lab Water Purification Systems

Lab Water Purification Systems in a laboratory is indispensable. Because, using pure water in a laboratory can remarkably decrease the time spent for solving problems which results from contamination of instruments and samples.

As a result, purified water is an essential part of quality programs in almost all laboratories.

Water is the most frequently used solvent in laboratories. Furthermore, it is regularly used for cleansing; and is the basis for making the quality of water critical to the success of experiments and cell cultures reagents and buffers.

You may think that tap water is fairly pure; however there are five classes of contaminants which may put you in trouble if you are doing laboratory tasks:

  • Organics
  • Inorganic ions
  • Bacteria and gases
  • Particulates and colloids

As a result, having an efficient and genuine purified water source is the fundamental requirement in today’s life science laboratories.

Water grades, Type I, Type II and Type III, will help to define various levels of the quality of water for technical and economic reasons.

Therefore, if you need use water for a specific application, it may help you to choose the correct water quality. We use latest technologies to remove contaminants and determine the water quality.

Ion exchange, distillation, activated carbon, ultrafiltration, microporous filters, reverse osmosis, ultraviolet radiation and elix continuous deionization are commonly used purification techniques.

Felixtrument offers a broad range of lab water purification systems which produce different types of water ranging from purified to ultrapure water.

Our wide range of water filtration and lab water purification systems gives you everything you need to perform highest-quality analysis. In addition, our collection of equipment and chemicals for food and beverage analysis; helps you increase productivity while meeting compliance and cost savings targets.