What do we use water purifiers for?

A water purifier is a device or equipment that removes the impurities present in the water, consider that, for the most part, this dirt is invisible to the human eye. In other words, we can say that water purifiers aim to remove impurities and organic and inorganic elements such as germs, bacteria and metals. The drinking water purification process is a series of steps that the water undergoes to eliminate microorganisms and residues in order to obtain water of greater purity and consumable quality.
Up to 2000 different pollutants have been found in the water networks of large cities. Therefore, when it is required to use water for pharmaceutical, industrial, food or laboratory processes. It is necessary to know the quality of the water as an input and to be sure of the optimal characteristics for its applications.
Drinking water, or so-called "hard water," contains hundreds of dissolved chemicals or agents and needs to be removed. Thus, the Distiller becomes a fundamental water purification equipment for laboratories.

What do we use water purifiers for in a laboratory?

Pure water in laboratories is more than a necessity, it is considered an essential element, which is why the purification of water in laboratories is considered a fundamental process, and this is achieved through specialized equipment called a water purifier.

This equipment removes impurities and organic and inorganic elements such as metals, bacteria and germs. Water is composed of calcium and magnesium salts, which provide hardness, it also contains other substances such as iron, silica, manganese, chlorides, sulfates, sodium and other suspended materials.

The hardness of the water is a factor that limits its use in certain processes, it is important to know the content of calcium and magnesium, due to their property of producing scale. There are several methods used in water treatment and the use of each of them depends on the objective pursued with the treated water.

Importance of the water purifier in the laboratory

A water purifier is a device that mechanically and electrically removes harmful chemicals, bacteria, dust and other unwanted particles, passing through various filters. In this video we show you the YR52 Water Purification System and its installation

For this reason, when it is required to use it for pharmaceutical, industrial, food or laboratory processes, it is necessary to know the quality as an input and be sure of the optimal characteristics for its applications.

It is possible to find numerous systems to purify on the market and their installation can be really easy depending on the needs that are had.

The benefits of having a purifier are innumerable. Having a purifier ensures:

Dispose of pure and safe, with all its mineral salts and positive nutrients for our health.
Purified water can be used for drinking, cooking, or washing.

Our Best Selling Water Purification System:

YR52 / YR52-1 Water Purification System

The YR water purification system has been designed especially for you. Using an existing source of pure water as food, the Smart Plus P system delivers high quality ultrapure water (resistivity value: 18.2MΞ©.cm @ 25 ℃, ≀5ppb), providing an ultrapure water solution adapted to today's laboratory. Environments.

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Constant real-time monitoring of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) * allows you to verify that the process of removing organic pollutants from the system is operating

Types of Laboratory Water Purification Systems

Water purifiers

They provide us with ultrapure water, it is water treated with the highest levels of purity for all types of pollutants: organic and inorganic compounds; dissolved and particulate, volatile and non-volatile, reactive and inert, hydrophilic and hydrophobic material and dissolved gases.

Deionizers

The deionizer also removes the ions, albeit physically, first through an activated carbon composite system and then through ion exchange columns. Ion removal can be done completely or partially, depending on the need.

Inverse osmosis

It is a purification process through a succession of layers of activated carbon and propylene filters that guarantee a purity of the water close to 100%. It is a purification technology based on semi-permeable membranes and with special ion removal properties.

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What is your ideal laboratory water purification system?

There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which Laboratory Water Purification System to buy that suits your needs. At Kalstein, we test them to find what you're looking for.

ΒΏWhat do we use purifiers for?

Pure water in laboratories is more than a necessity, it is considered an essential element, that is why the purification of water in laboratories is considered a fundamental process ...

Processes for water purification

At present there are several equipment for the treatment and filtration of water. The choice of the most suitable one depends on the user's need, since each one will leave adequate water for different ...

ΒΏWhat is a water purifier?

A water purifier is an equipment or device that removes (eliminates) the impurities present in the water, consider that, for the most part, this dirt is invisible to the human eye ...

Importance of the water purifier in the laboratory

A water purifier is a device that mechanically and electrically removes harmful chemicals, bacteria, dust and other unwanted particles, passing through various filters. For this reason, when it is required to use it for pharmaceutical, industrial, food or laboratory processes, it is necessary to know the quality as an input and be sure of the optimal characteristics for its applications.

Laboratory Water Purification Systems Models

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