Advance Water Systems’ ultrapure laboratory water treatment systems meet CSLI/CAA/ASTM Type I though Type IV water quality requirements. Water systems include a reverse osmosis system, storage tank with UV disinfection, and a deionizer. Advance Water Systems can help your healthcare facility create the right system for your ultrapure lab water needs.
Laboratory – Dual Worker/Polisher Deionizer
The Silex dual worker/polisher deionizer is designed for use with the laboratory system to polish the water from the RO storage tank. Uses include labs, critical spot free rinsing, chemical dilution and mixing, humidification, etc. The Silex deionizer uses packs of mixed bed resin that are sent back to the regeneration center to be recharged. A spare set is provided so they can be alternated for regeneration. The regeneration service is only a fraction of the cost of disposable deionizer beds or cartridges. The all PVC housings are durable and the packs are easy to exchange.
Laboratory – Reverse Osmosis Systems
AmeriWater’s unique cabinet design provides superior durability. With the pump, membranes and pretreatment located inside, the system is so quiet you won’t even know it is running. When it’s time for maintenance, the hinged doors on the front and rear of the cabinet allow quick and easy access. Note: The anti-scalant and carbon pretreatment for the HCR03 and HCR04 are located on the outside of the cabinet for easy access.
Laboratory – Storage Tank with UV Disinfector
The laboratory storage tank, with UV disinfector and submicron filter, is intended for use with a reverse osmosis unit and a deionizer providing Type II water. This system is used on washer/disinfectors, lab, glassware washers, and blood analyzers. A 55 or 100 gallon storage tank with demand pump package provides up to 4 GPM for a ½” recirculating loop.
Laboratory – Wall Mounted Deionizer Water
A very economical deionizer for small quantity users. The system utilizes three 2700 grain (as CaCO3) mixed bed cartridges providing greater than 15 megohm/cm water resistivity. The monitor light glows green when the resistivity is above the set point and glows red when it is time to change cartridges.