The US Water Viscera-Pod Type II Laboratory Water System is capable of delivering from 2 to 30 liters per hour (lph) which is up to 8 gallons per hour (gph). This is a system that easily produces Type II Lab Grade Water which is often called “Analytical Grade Water" according to ASTM D1193 and ISO 3696 standards.
The US Water Viscera-Pod Type II Laboratory Water System is capable of delivering from 20 to 80 liters per hour (lph) which is up to 22 gallons per hour (gph). This is a system that easily produces Type II Lab Grade Water which is often called “Analytical Grade Water" according to ASTM D1193 and ISO 3696 standards.
The Aries Phoenix Ultra High-purity Lab Water System delivers Type I, 18.2 Megohm water quality on demand.
The US Water Aries High-purity Lab Water System delivers Type I, 18.2 Megohm water quality on demand.
Years ago, high purity water was difficult to produce and used only in limited applications. Today, deionized (Dl) water has become an essential ingredient in hundreds of applications, including laboratory and pharmaceutical industries, aquariums, electronics manufacturing, countless industrial processes, and so much more. US Water specializes in laboratory water purification systems with an open-frame design that promotes functionality and serviceability.
The vast majority of dissolved impurities in modern water supplies are ions such as calcium, sodium, chlorides, and iron. Using a deionized water system for laboratory water, these ions can be removed through a technique called ion exchange. Positively charged ions (cations) and negatively charged ions (anions) are exchanged for hydrogen (H+) and hydroxyl (OH-) ions, respectively, due to the resin's greater affinity for other ions. The ion exchange process occurs on the binding sites of the resin beads. Once depleted of exchange capacity, the resin bed is regenerated with concentrated acid and caustic, which strips away accumulated ions through physical displacement, leaving hydrogen or hydroxyl ions in their place.
There are four basic forms of deionizers:
A two-bed system employs separate cation and anion resin beds, while mixed-bed deionizers for high purity water use both resins in the same vessel. The highest quality water is produced by mixed-bed deionizers, while two-bed deionizers have a larger capacity. Continuous deionizers, mainly used in labs for polishing, do not require regeneration.
US Water focuses on disposable DI cartridges, which provide the highest quality water at the lowest price, with the least amount of hassle. We guarantee the lowest price on the highest quality systems available. Due to our buying power, no one beats our prices.
With laboratory water purification systems from US Water, you receive lower up-front costs since dealing direct saves thousands of dollars. You'll also benefit from lower cost of operation, since most other companies use proprietary filters and membranes (which means you can only purchase the replacements from them at a much higher price). At US Water, we use industry standard sizes and non-proprietary replacement filters and membranes, which saves you thousands of dollars over the life of the system. Not only that, but standardized systems are easier to service (in fact, lab personnel can often change filters themselves). US Water has no commissioned salespeople and dealing direct with us can save you as much as 70% on your system!
US Water offers several standard systems for the laboratory preparation of water, and we can also custom engineer systems for any application – big or small. Call one of our high purity water experts at 800-608-8792 or e-mail us at email@example.com