|Date: June 8, 1998|
Author: Michael Brush
|Point of Use Water Filtration Systems|
The pure water requirements of the modern life science lab are just as important as the fresh water needs of the old sailor. The convenience of obtaining as much water as needed at a moment's notice, free from worries about possible contaminants, can't be beat.
In this profile, Labconsumer looks at point-of-use water purification systems that produce reagent grade, Type I water directly in the laboratory
The production of Type I water involves...
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