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New & Used Water Purification System

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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Millipore
Model: Milli-Q Synthesis System (non-TOC)
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
1,055
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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Millipore
Model: Milli-Q Gradient System (non-TOC)
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
5,194
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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Steris
Model: MBOO-0013
Location: United States, California
1,800
2002

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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Aquafine
Model: SP-2 Ultraviolet
Location: United States, California
1,500
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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: ELGA
Model: DV 25
Location: United States, Oregon
1,000
2005

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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Gambro
Model: WRO 200
Location: Germany, Saarland
943
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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Millipore
Model: RiOs 8
Location: United States, New Jersey
Negotiable
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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Millipore
Model: AFS-300
Location: United States, New York
1,000
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Device: Water Purification System
Manufacturer: Caron
Model: CRS-101
Location: United States, Massachusetts
200
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Water Purification System may also be referred to as :

Water Purifier | Water Distiller | Reverse Osmosis System
 

Tips for buying Water Purification System

  1. Before purchasing a water purification system, facilities should not only take the unit's purchasing price into account, but also consider the long term investment in running costs for maintenance, replacement parts, and service contracts over the water purification system's service life.
  2. The quality of the water needed should be determined – ultrapure water is required for critical analysis uses, while purified water is sufficient for equipment such as sterilizers, glassware washers, etc. The daily volumes required for each water quality is also something to be considered when purchasing a water purification system. .
  3. The quantity of feedwater required, or possible pre-treatment of tap water as feedwater is a factor that should be taken into account when purchasing a water purification system.
  4. Facilities should inquire whether the water purification system allows for obtaining ultrapure water from tap water (pre-treatment of tap water, reverse osmosis, deionization with UV/UF), or will add on to their current supply of treated water to produce ultrapure water.
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