LABORATORY WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS
Purified water is a common requirement within all laboratories, particularly research, infection control and pathology laboratories, where water is critical both for cleaning and disinfection, and as the basis for making up cell cultures, buffers and reagents.
We provide advanced water purification systems that function reliably and efficiently, produce water to rigorous standards and qualities of up to 18.2MΩ.cm, and are simple to setup and use.
Our systems include supply wall mounted and benchtop reverse osmosis water purification units, low cost deionisation cartridges, and centralised, modular high volume water purification systems for feeding laboratory ring-mains.
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“We are slowly replacing our old pure water systems in the Department of Biology with Select fusions from Purite. After a tender exercise we found that Purite were not only the cheapest units to run but the service contract and trade in agreements were also favourable comparative to other companies on the market.” – Lucy Hudson, Laboratory Manager, University of York
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING
We can help you evaluate the cost and operational demands of maintenance required by your water purification systems. This will provide you with a system that meets your regular requirements without making excessive financial demands on installation, maintenance and running costs. We will also make sure that you are aware of any recent technological developments that can improve both your water quality and laboratory productivity.
Typical routine maintenance includes checking the Reverse Osmosis (RO), regularly changing the pre-treatment consumables, and replacing filter elements. RO membranes generally require chemical cleaning every three to six months, depending on usage. And to maintain microbiological integrity, the system must be chemically sanitised every 6 to 12 months.
SUEZ environnement now offers a ‘24/7’ service contract so that water quality and continuity of supply are assured. That means system specification is maintained, frequency of breakdowns is limited or avoided completely and, ultimately, system life is extended.
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