Laboratory water purifier
ion exchange resins

laboratory water purifier
laboratory water purifier
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laboratory
Purification technique
ion exchange resins

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Sterile Processing Water System – less than 50 Water treatment system for central sterile processing For Applications Requiring Less Than 50 Gallons Per Hour*. AmeriWater’s water treatment system for central sterile processing, model 00HC-2002, provides deionized water for a single washer/disinfector or sterilizer with very little maintenance. The system provides 200,000 ohm-cm minimum quality water. On-board recirculation pump with on/off switch keeps the water moving, which helps maintain high quality water at all times. Includes carbon block prefilter and worker/polisher mixed bed deionizer packs. When the indicator light changes from green to red (and alarm sounds), simply remove the lids and exchange the resin packs. Resin packs are not disposed of but regenerated by AmeriWater. Flow rate is up to 3 GPM. Cart mounted with casters. * Capacity is dependent upon incoming water quality. A water analysis of the incoming water supply is recommended prior to selecting this model. Carbon block prefilter Temperature compensated 200,000 ohm-cm monitor with alarm and 12 volt plug in transformer Two PVC columns for ½ cubic foot replaceable resin or carbon packs Recirculation pump Inlet pressure regulator prevents inlet pressures above 50 PSIG. Deionizer bottom 0.007” slotted distributors prevent resin from exiting the system. Feed Water Quality Requirement: EPA Drinking Water Standards Inlet Water Temperature: 100°F Maximum Inlet Water Pressure: > 10 PSIG Flow Rate: 3 GPM Output Water Quality: > 200,000 ohms Electrical: 115V, 3 Prong Receptacle Dimensions In. (W x D x H): 24 x 16½ x 42 Weight Lbs. (Shipping / Operating): 150 / 106

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.