Enhanced Performance and Operation Using Freshly Purified Ultrapure Water to Directly Feed Automated Metrohm Ion Chromatographs
8 Jul 2014

Metrohm has a number of automated systems for ion chromatography; however, the supply of purified water has been a potential weakness. ELGA® LabWater has worked with Metrohm to develop two water purification systems, the PURELAB® flex 5 and 6, to overcome the current limitations. Each provides both a reservoir of freshly purified water as a pressure-free direct source of ultrapure water for automated functions and a dispenser for additional, manual operations. These systems provide ultrapure water which is purified and monitored immediately before use, compactly and conveniently.

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