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High-quality stills produce ultra-pure water

Distillate with very low conductivity
High-quality stills produce ultra-pure water

Puridest stills produc produce an ultra-pure, low-gas, sterile and pyrogen-free distillate with very low conductivity Picture: Lauda

Lauda has extended its laboratory technology product range with the Lauda Puridest stills product line. The devices with the GFL technology quality mark produce an ultra-pure, low-gas, sterile and pyrogen-free distillate with very low conductivity. Puridest stills are used in bacteriological and medical sample preparation and also in the preparation of cell and tissue cultures. The distillate complies with the DAB regulations and the specifications of international pharmacopoeias. Puridest stills also distill raw water of lower quality, separate pollutants, and reliably kill germs such as bacteria and viruses. They are available in four high-performance product lines with 14 single- or two-stage model variants in the form of stainless steel or glass stills. Depending on the model, the devices are equipped with a storage tank and produce 2 to 12 l/h of distillate with conductivities down to below 1.6 µS/cm. The stills are easy to commission and operate. The ultra-pure water can be extracted directly after connection to the raw water and power supply. The devices are maintenance-free, because the glass stills automatically remove pollutants.

Lauda DR. R. Wobser GMBH & CO. KG, Lauda-Königshofen, Germany

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