Laboratories Benefit from new ‘Plug and Play’ Water Purification System
Dec 11 2014 Read 899 Times
Purite, a leading designer and manufacturer of advanced water purification systems, has launched a new, high performance ‘plug and play’ water purification system that is ideal for use in laboratories. The Integra 200E delivers high purity laboratory grade water up to 15 MΩ.cm, while minimising installation and servicing times.
The Integra 200E provides laboratories with reverse osmosis, electro-deionisation, ultra-violet irradiation and bacterial microfiltration technology to reliably supply users with optimum efficiency and flexibility in the water purification process. The ‘plug and play’ system is configured and tested before delivery to minimise installation times. Variable speed pumps are installed to ensure laboratories can keep their energy consumption to a minimum, whilst category 5 backflow prevention technology offers protection to the mains supply.
The Integra 200E unit is specifically designed to be easy to use, and features a comprehensive control system complimented by a colour LCD touch screen, added security through a password access menu and a semi-automated chemical cleaning programme. It has a make-up flow rate of 200 litres per hour and users can choose between a range of storage tank options to suit different needs, including 350, 500 and 1000 litres.
To further enhance efficiency and safety, the fully bunded Integra 200E is supplied with an in-built automatic alarm system that monitors any leakage and quality of the purified water. Upon registering a leak or a reduction in water quality a notification is sent to alert users.
For more information on the Integra 200E, which is supported by Purite’s extensive global network of sales and distribution partners, please visit www.purite.com.
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