Laboratory water purification system BASIC Q 15
reverse osmosisfor ultrapure water production

laboratory water purification system
laboratory water purification system
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Purification technique
reverse osmosis
Other characteristics
for ultrapure water production


BASIC Q is a combined system producing reverse osmosis and deionized/pure water, designed for generic laboratory applications. Its external structure enables to use the instrument as a bench-top or a wall-mounted one. TDS tester helps the user in measuring conductivity during purification process. - Automatic microcomputer controlling system, LED real-time animation mode display. Running status is showed in the LED display, such as flushing, producing water, full tank, water shortage, leakage and service. - Power on self-test, power reset, alarm when work more than 6 hours continuously, water shortage, leakage, lowand high pressure. - 3 procedure of the reverse osmosis membrane’s self-flushing: power on, water shortage reset and work more than 2 hours continuously, extend the life of RO membrane. - 2 kind of installation type, Desk and wall-mounted (except for 45 series and built-in tankmodel). High-strength metal shell with powder painting technics, achieve elegant appearance and meeting GLP standard. - Pretreatment cartridges, RO module, deionized cartridges, all designed to modularization independently, easy for maintenance and replacement. - Tube and adapter with NSF authorization and top quality, reduce TOC level and assure ultrapure water’s quality. - Standard pretreatment (including PP fiber, and active carbon cartridge), effectively protect RO membrane and run in low cost. - RO module with DOW’s membrane, ensure long life, stable operation and high desalinization rate. - Precision mixed resin cartridge, combine high pure water quality and low running cost.
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