Laboratory Water Systems: Water Types I, II and III

Water systems for laboratories are capable of providing water of the highest purity, this is one of the main concerns of those who try to carry out precise and efficient experiments. The ultra-purification stage that produces type I, or ultra-pure water, often receives a great deal of attention, as this type of water is used in critical laboratory applications. However, the overall water purification process involves not only the final ultra-purification stage, but also a pre-treatment stage. Since the latter removes most of the contaminants in tap water, optimal quality water can only be achieved in the laboratory if the pretreatment stage can be trusted to produce purified water that meets specifications.

It is the scientific data that supports the recommendation to choose, over other technologies, a combination of reverse osmosis (RO) and electrodeionization (EDI) for the production of purified water.

Processes for Water Purification

At present there are several equipment for the treatment and filtration of water. The choice of the most suitable one depends on the user's need, since each one will leave the water adequate for different uses and processes.

The main processes applied in water purification are: filtration, disinfection and water treatment. In filtration there is mainly reduction of impurities, tastes and odors.

Disinfection can be carried out through the chemical or photo-oxidation (ultraviolet) process, and finally the water treatment involves reverse osmosis, demineralization and ultrafiltration.

This is done because undistilled water has elements considered "impurities" such as minerals, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium, among others.

Importance of the Water Purifier in the Laboratory

A water purifier is a device that mechanically and electrically removes harmful chemicals, bacteria, dust and other unwanted particles, passing through various filters.

For this reason, when it is required to use it for pharmaceutical, industrial, food or laboratory processes, it is necessary to know the quality as an input and be sure of the optimal characteristics for its applications.

It is possible to find numerous systems to purify on the market and their installation can be really easy depending on the needs that are had.

Laboratory water systems: types of waters

The quality of the water in the laboratory is one of the main concerns of those trying to carry out accurate and efficient experiments.

The overall water purification process involves not only the final ultra-purification stage, but also a pre-treatment stage.

Since the latter removes most of the contaminants in tap water, optimal quality water can only be achieved in the laboratory if the pretreatment stage can be trusted to produce purified water that meets specifications.

Purified water is essential in all laboratories. In addition to being used to wash glassware and prepare solutions for chemical and clinical tests, it also serves as feed water for systems that produce ultrapure water.

KALSTEIN WATER SYSTEMS

At Kalstein you can get your ideal laboratory Water System

At Kalstein we have an excellent range of Laboratory Water Systems. That is why we invite you to see our product section in the menu

Type I Water System

The Type I water system is suitable for a wide variety of applications, such as high performance liquid chromatography, gas chromatography, atomic absorption spectroscopy, immunocytochemistry, cell cultures and tissues.

Type II Water System

The Type II water system is the ideal system to produce water intended for the rinsing of glass laboratory instruments, supply of autoclaves and ultrapure water systems as well as for preparation / dilution of buffers

Type III Water System

The Type III water system is the high performance system designed to provide a powerful, versatile and modern centralized purified water solution, reliably supplying all your Type III water needs.

Our Best Selling Water System

YR50 // YR50-1 Water Purification Systems

When your application requires the ultimate in water purity, Smart Plus provides the perfect solution. With a constant water purity of 18.2 Mฮฉ.cm and backed by advanced technologies, Smart Plus lets you focus on getting accurate results while ensuring an uninterrupted workflow.

Typical Scientific Applications

ICP-MS (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry)

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Laboratory water systems

The quality of the water in the laboratory is one of the main concerns of those trying to carry out accurate and efficient experiments.

Processes for water purification

At present there are several equipment for the treatment and filtration of water. The choice of the most suitable one depends on the user's need

What is an ultra water purifier?

It is a laboratory water ultra-purification equipment. This device is structured by cutting-edge technologies for water purification, in accordance with internationally required specifications.

Importance of the water purifier in the laboratory

A water purifier is a device that mechanically and electrically removes harmful chemicals, bacteria, dust and other unwanted particles, passing through various filters.

For this reason, when it is required to use it for pharmaceutical, industrial, food or laboratory processes, it is necessary to know the quality as an input and be sure of the optimal characteristics for its applications.

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