Quickfit® QWS4 Water Still - Still the Best
Jun 17 2019 Read 483 Times
Quickfit and Quartz launched their first ever water stills more than 60 years ago. SciLabware is proud to re-introduce the Quickfit® name into the water distillation market with the introduction of the new Quickfit® QWS4 Water Still. Although some other water stills may look similar, the QWS4 is the only water still to feature an original high quality Pyrex® glass boiler and condenser.
This new water still incorporates a number of features that make this still it the ideal choice for a wide range of laboratories with a requirement for pure water. These features include:
- High Quality Distillate - The QWS4 Water Still will produce 4 litres per hour of pyrogen-free single distilled water compliant to ASTM and ISO standards.
- Safety First - The UK manufactured chromium plated double earthed heating element is fitted with two independent re-settable thermostats to protect the still from overheating should the water supply fail.
- Keeping Cool - The highly efficient Pyrex® glass coil condenser ensures that the distillate is cooled ready for use.
- Easy Cleaning - Cleaning the still could not be simpler. No dismantling of glassware is necessary, simply add the cleaning solution via the funnel on the Pyrex® boiler.
Manufactured in the UK, the QWS4 combines proven performance and reliability with exceptional value for money.
All of the main components can be supplied as spare parts, and a Pyrex 20 litre reservoir assembly or Azlon polypropylene aspirator bottles can be supplied for the collection and storage of the distilled water.
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