Analytical laboratory Type 1 ultrapure water system
A typical ultra pure water or high purity lab water system has three stages: a pretreatment stage to produce purified water, a primary stage to further purify the water, and a polishing stage which is the most expensive part of the treatment process.
Okay Energy ultrapure water system’s technology characteristics
1.fully automatic microcomputer control system,turn on and off on demand
2.Online monitoring water quality, and refecting the data of water quality at any time
3.Dual-wavelength ultraviolet lamp uses two independent single-wavelength ultraviolet lamp to remove TOC and kill bacteria.
4.RO membrane has the function of automatic cleaning to prolong the life of RO membrane.
5.The internal circulation system can be freely switched by manual and automatic integrated ultra-pure water, so that the water quality is always in the best state.
6.The system has the function of automatic reminding for the consumable replacement, and the replacement period depends on change of water quality and pressure rather than usage time of consumable materials.
7.RO system adopts two-stage reverse osmosis manufacturing process to ensure the stability of water quality.
8.Self-protection functions include automatic shutdown protection with the shortage of source water and full water, and automatic water production when the water tank is shortage of water.
9.The cost of water production. The power consumption is only 1/150 of the traditional distilled water equipment and the cost of water production is only 1/15 of the traditional distiller.
10.Ultrafiltration column with 5000 molecular weight UF membrane can effectively remove heat source (endotoxin) and ensure that heat source is less than 0.001EU/ml.
Ultra-pure water machines with tap water as source water generally have two outlets of type 3 pure water and type 1 ultrapure water. The water from reverse osmosis is type 3 pure water, which is stored in water tank. The type1 water is produced on demand and not stored. The third grade water did not pass the purification column, and the first grade water passed the purification column. The cost of the first grade water was higher than that of the third grade water. Therefore, water should be collected according to the demand of water quality in the daily application. When using third-grade water, the first-grade water should not be used as far as possible, so as to avoid the rising cost of use.