Model: RODI-2000-03BL - High Flow Type I Biological Grade Low TOC RO+DI System With UV Oxidizer/Sterilizer
This combination Reverse Osmosis System and 8-12 Liters/minute DI System is uutilized in operations involving virtually any quality tap water. The system is mounted on a welded aluminum frame and includes a built-in three stage pre-filter assembly. The RO portion of the system will economically remove >97% of the contaminants from the incoming water and will produce RO pretreated water at the rate of ~ 2-GPM. The RO water is stored in a 200-Liter pressurized storage tank for use by the DI portion of the system.
The pressurized tank eliminates the risk of airborne contamination and the need for a feed pump. The DI portion of the system produces up to 18.2-Megohm-cm water free of Pyrogen, Endotoxin, RNase and DNase at a flow rate of 8-12 Liters/minute. DI water production is limited by the storage capacity and RO production. This system features continuous recirculation to maintain maximum water purity and a digital conductivity/resistivity meter to monitor the DI water quality.
The meter has a green LED to indicate that the water quality is acceptable and a red LED that alerts the user when the water quality drops below the desired level. A built-in dual wave length UV Oxidizer/Sterilizer reduces TOC levels, prevents the growth of microorganisms within the system, and alerts the user when it is time to change the lamp.
This system produces 18.2 Megohm-cm type I ultrapure, reagent grade water that is free of Pyrogen, Endotoxin, RNase and DNase at a flow rate of 8-12 Liters/minute. The unit is ulitized in operations using pretreated feed water that contains less than 20 PPM of total dissolved solids. This laboratory water purification system includes a built-in 5,000 MWCO ultrafilter cartridge and a built-in dualwavelength UV Oxidizer/Sterilizer that reduces TOC levels to < 5 PPB, for microorganism growth prevention within the system.
All AQUA SOLUTIONS' Analytical Grade Type I DI Systems produce purified water that meets or exceeds ASTM, CAP and CLSI specifications for Type I reagent grade water. Since ordinary tap water contains 5-25 times the impurities of pretreated water, these tap water systems have lower overall capacity than the pretreated water systems.