High-throughput water purification system connected and sustainable
MilliporeSigma’s Milli-Q HR 7000 series offers laboratories and research facilities a high-throughput water purification system as a connected and sustainable central pure water solution.
With advanced purification technologies, Milli-QHR 7000 is designed to ensure constant water quality and flow rate, while reducing water consumption and running costs compared to other high-throughput reverse osmosis (RO) systems. The system’s versatile installation and distribution options allow for it to reliably produce from a few hundred to up to 13,000 litres of pure water daily.
The series delivers optimum quality Type 3 water for use in regular laboratory applications and instrument feeds, MilliporeSigma said in a press release. The systems contain advanced purification technologies, including the company's Progardcartridges, advanced RO membranes and the patented ERA (Evolutive Reject Adjustment) technology. ERA automatically takes feed water quality into account to optimize water recovery by 45 to 75 per cent, reducing water usage and costs.
According to the company, benefits include an ergonomic design that promotes quick and easy maintenance; full connectivity to ensure accessibility and lab uptime; and a large, coloured touchscreen to display all details needed for daily operations, including storage levels, dispensing information, water production, water quality data, consumable status, and step-by-step instructions for consumables replacement.
The systems will be associated with MilliporeSigma’s new SDS 500 storage, protection and distribution system, allowing a standardized offering that provides higher storage and distribution flows for customers.
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