Pure and Simple: Milli-Q Ultrapure Water Systems From Millipore

Milli-Q Ultrapure Water Systems From Millipore The latest generation of Milli-Q systems from Millipore Corporation (Bedford, Mass.) has been subjected to some unique innovations designed to enhance user-friendliness and provide consistent performance. Primed For Polishing: The Milli-Q System From Millipore. The Milli-Q system is considered a "polishing" system, designed to further purify pretreated water to ultrapure levels. Although these systems are relatively small (12 x 17 x 20 inches), ide

The Scientist Staff
Jan 4, 1998

Milli-Q Ultrapure Water Systems From Millipore The latest generation of Milli-Q systems from Millipore Corporation (Bedford, Mass.) has been subjected to some unique innovations designed to enhance user-friendliness and provide consistent performance.


Primed For Polishing: The Milli-Q System From Millipore.
The Milli-Q system is considered a "polishing" system, designed to further purify pretreated water to ultrapure levels. Although these systems are relatively small (12 x 17 x 20 inches), ideal for benchtop or wall-mounted operation, they consist of several components to provide users with water of the desired purity, including a high-precision resistivity cell and a temperature compensation system. In use since 1972, the Milli-Q systems are application-specific; depending on the needs of users, systems can be tailored to purify selected contaminants from DNA to metals. Users can choose continuous or intermittent water circulation to maintain water purity levels during periods of non-use. Other "customization" options for users include choice...

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