High quality lab water is one of the most important components of successful laboratory. Regarding the process of purifying lab water consider thinking in terms of two processes — one is at the application point and the other is the pre treatment. Because the requirements for lab water quality are so high, dedicated equipment is often specified at each application point. Such equipment is extremely expensive and does a beautiful job BUT typically their capacity in gallons is quite low and replacement filters, membranes, lamps, etc. are also expensive.
To maintain the desired application quality and minimize replacement costs it is best to add pre treatment to your lab water system. This is most effective if it includes processes to eliminate chlorine, reduce TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) and eliminate chloramines and destroy microorganisms which would consist of filtration, reverse osmosis or deionization, and ultra violet. Sophistication, instrumentation, and process steps for this lab water pre treatment can be scaled to virtually any volume and flow requirement and pays for itself in a short period of time.
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