Water has the capacity to dissolve almost all types of chemical compounds and to house all life forms, which implies that its quality is continuously under the threat of five types of impurities: suspended particles, inorganic compounds, organic molecules, dissolved gases and microorganisms, including their associated biomolecules.
Producing high purity water for use in laboratories, involves subjecting drinking water to a series of purification treatments to eliminate these different types of impurities.
Some techniques that are used among others are: membrane filtration, ion exchangers, electrodeionization, secondary micron filters, ultra violet and ozone systems. The water produced is extremely pure and contains a very low concentration of salts, organic components / pyrogens, oxygen, suspended solids and bacteria.
For a laboratory it is vital to have pure water to carry out the research and testing tests.
The characteristic of this ultra-pure water is a very low conductivity, approximately 0.055 µS / cm at 25oC, so it is necessary to guarantee these parameters and against the necessary instrumentation and elements of fields such as manometers and valves that meet approvals such as EHEDG and FDA
Flow meters as mass for very low conductivities or ultrasound with connection of sensors mounted on pipes.
Conductivity, temperature, pressure sensors.
Calibration conductivity sensors in ultrapure water applications.
Manual butterfly and ball valves, Automatic single, double seat, butterfly and ball.
Pressure gauges with stainless finish and sanitary connection.