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Thermofisher DI2000 ION exchange cartridge
Using a combination of the following techniques; Thermofisher TKA laboratory water purification systems are able to produce purified water for any laboratory application.
Reverse osmosis (RO)
Reverse Osmosis/Electro-deionisation (RO/EDI)
Deionisation (or demineralisation)
Micro-filtration & sub-micron filtration
Selecting a Laboratory Water Purification Instrument or Technology
Before selecting a laboratory water purification system, it is important to ascertain the feedwater quality, so that the most pretreatment may be recommended. Potable tap water conforming to WHO or EEC recommendations will be suitable for most equipment.
However, heavily contaminated feedwater (for example from a bore hole) may inhibit the successful operation of any laboratory water purification system, which in turn may increase the operating costs, unless the appropriate pretreatment is provided.
Considering the following questions will enable us to identify the most suitable TKA laboratory water purification instrument for your laboratory application:
Application – for what application is the purified water is to be used in?
Treated water purity – what is the acceptable standard of the final water output?
Flowrate – what is the maximum take-off rate (litres per hour) likely to be?
Required volume – what is estimated usage of purified water per hour / per day?
For further assistance please do not hesitate to contact C. Gerhardt Ltd and a member of staff will gladly assist you.
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