What is water purification? What are the most common water contaminants? How is water purity measured? Find these answers and more using our Water Purification Guide.
Our guide covers the following topics:
- What is water purification?
- What are the most common water contaminants?
- Water purification technologies
- How is water purity measured?
- Types of laboratory water
- Which international standards relate to water purity?
- Why do laboratories need purified water?
- Why do hospitals need purified water?
- Tips on pure water best practices
- How to select the right water purity for an application
- A typical water purification system
- How can laboratories purify water effectively?
- System implementation
- Optimisation, validation and maintenance
Many laboratory and medical applications demand various qualities of purified water: General chemistry, glassware washing, autoclaves and environmental chambers, buffer preparation, analytical and molecular techniques such as HPLC (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography) all require purified laboratory water.
We have a long and accomplished history in pure water. Whatever your specific requirements – from a few flasks of the highest purity water to a thousand litres of general grade water for your laboratory, we have the experience and technical expertise to support you. Download the guide here or get in contact to learn more
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