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    NEWater: Professional Laboratory DI Water System Manufacturer in China

    NEWater is Laboratory DI Water Systems are of superior quality compared to our competition globally. They are of a stable and reliable design, have a high running time, and are energy efficient. And our installment team also ensures that this equipment is installed appropriately, allowing you to save around 50% of your investment cost.

    NEWater Brings for YouDiverse Laboratory DI Water Systems

    Laboratory Water Deionizer

    These Laboratory Water Deionizers provide water for use in laboratory applications and, in sterilizing and cleaning equipment.

    Deionized Water Machine for Lab

    NEWater’s Deionized Water Machine for Labs is ideal for the provision of large volumes of distilled and purified water for all forms of application.

    Home Water Deionizer

    Our Home Water Deionizer provides ultra-pure water that lacks excessive ions and thus prevents scale buildup on your appliances.

    Commercial DI Water System

    We provide you Commercial DI Water Systems that allow water to meet industrial standards set globally, allowing you to thrive as a business.

    Industrial Deionized Water System

    The Industrial Deionized Water Systems have a large treatment capacity and have a lower fuel consumption compared to the competition.

    RO DI Water System for Laboratory

    They come with reverse osmosis pre-treatment and have continuous recirculation to maintain water purity and save operational costs.

    Your Laboratory DI Water System  in China

    NEWater manufactures high-quality laboratory deionized water systems and can customize them to meet customer needs. We use booster pumps, solenoid valves, high-capacity ion exchange resins, R.O reverse osmosis membranes, cartridges, piping connections, control elements, UV water sterilizers, and other equipment imported from abroad.

    NEWater laboratory DI water systems effectively remove impurities and particulate matter, using a two-stage reverse osmosis design, and are perfectly suited for use in areas with high salt content and high hardness. NEWater laboratory DI water equipment produces ultrapure water that can also be used for production water in the electronics industry for semiconductors, integrated circuit chips, liquid crystal displays, high-precision circuit boards, optoelectronic devices, and various electronic devices.

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    Laboratory DI Water System Work Flow

    NEWater Laboratory DI Water System Work Flow

    1. Cartridge for pre-treatment. Purify the water and safeguard the RO membrane. Filter made of 5um PP fibers + Activated Carbon + Silicon Phosphorus Crystal Remove particles larger than 5 um with a 5um PP fiber filter, such as rust, silt, seaweed, and suspended debris.
    2. Membrane for RO Desalination. It removes high valent ions, colloids, bacteria, and organic materials (including endotoxin) with a molecular weight larger than 300 Dalton at a rate of more than 98%.
    3. Cartridge of ultrapure polishing resin. The replaced H + and OH- combined to produce H2O, ultra-purified column filling Rohm and Haas Ultra-pure water for nuclear grade resin, the water resistance is up to 18.25 M.cm, ion exchange resin using H + exchange cation out of the water in the filter.

    NEWater's Laboratory DI Water System Features

    1. On-line water quality monitoring; precise and user-friendly LCD panel digital display.
    2. Pressure tanks built of polyethylene (PE) and polyacetal (POM) reduce secondary contamination.
    3. Water production and storage are automated.
    4. Produce RO pure water and UP ultra-pure water
    5. Flushing the system extends the life of the reverse osmosis membrane.
    6. Pressure alarm display; Automatic water quality alarm.
    7. ABS engineering plastic casing is all-plastic, anti-acid corrosion, beautiful look, and light weight.
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    Applications of NEWater Laboratory DI Water System

    NEWater’s Industrial Water Deionizer is widely used for ion chromatography, gas chromatography, trace metal analysis, microbial applications, protein purification, TOC testing for protein analysis, buffer distribution, cell culture, toxicity testing, HPLC, high-performance liquid chromatography, high purity standard solution preparation, quantitative analysis of trace elements, and other laboratory water.

    How NEWater Ships Your Laboratory DI Water System

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    NEWater Mission:Bring New Life for Water

    NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.

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    NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.

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    The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.

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    How Long does the General Production Cycle Need to Wait?

    NEWater’s treatment types of equipment are divided into a large system and a small system according to the water volume. The equipment is divided into portable water-making equipment, small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container-type equipment. According to different water volumes and customer requirements, we provide customized services.

    Conventional small equipment takes 3-7 days, and large equipment takes 2-3 months. This is based on your requirements and water volume.

    If I Need to Customize Equipment, What Data Need to be Provided?

    1. As the voltage and frequency of different countries are different, we first need the local voltage and frequency of electricity.
    2. How many gallons the water requirement per hour is
    3. The water quality of the source water and what requirements need to be met
    4. If you need to provide on-site installation services

    Does the Equipment Need to be Installed On-site?

    1. Portable and small equipment — This is plug and play, it doesn’t need to be provided installation services. According to our instructions, you can install by yourself.
    2. Small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container equipment-we will reserve the interface for docking. If there are installation workers, we will provide installation instructions and installation instructions. If necessary, we can also send someone to install it.
    3. How to provide installation instructions —— We have installation instructions and installation videos. If necessary, we can provide free remote software to help you with remote video installation instructions.

    How to Charge for Installation Service

    1. We provide free installation instructions, with instruction manuals and installation videos
    2. Remote video installation guidance. If it is a large piece of equipment and the customer needs to install it by himself, then we will also provide free remote installation guidance service, but we need to plan a good time, within our working hours. Our working hours are from 9 o’clock to 18 o’clock Beijing time
    3. We send workers to install it. This needs to be based on the size of the project. If we have been designated to install it in the early stage, the installation service abroad will belong to our scope of work, and no additional charge is required.
    4. If we need to send someone to install it temporarily, we need to provide different charges according to different countries, installation technical requirements, and different types of technical work. Welcome to inquire.

    How to Transport the Equipment?

    There are several types of transportation, sea, air, and express

    1. If it is a small device and requires fast speed, we can provide door-to-door service by air and express, the normal transportation cycle is 5-10 days.
    2. If it is skid-mounted or container equipment, it is more appropriate to use the shipping method. The normal transportation cycle is 20-40 days.

    Whats Your Payment Method?

    Small equipment needs payment to delivery

    For skid-mounted equipment and container equipment, 50% is prepaid, 30% is charged after video inspection, and 20% is charged before shipment.

    Of course, we provide you with flexible ways of cooperation. Become our agents, and have more flexible support. Welcome to contact us.

    Do You Provide Maintenance Services?

    Absolutely.

    1. NEWater provides free installation guidance and a one-year product warranty service. During the warranty service period, if there is an equipment problem, we provide free equipment repair or replacement services. If it is a manual operation, a fee will be charged. We can provide the required equipment replacement.
    2. We provide life-long after-sales service. NEWater has a full set of equipment and accessories, which can be replaced. Don’t worry about the failure of after-sales and maintenance.
    3. During the warranty period, NEWater provides all kinds of professional technical support, and if necessary. We also provide remote video guidance services.
    4. After the warranty period, NEWater also provides life-long after-sales maintenance, which requires a certain amount of manual service. There are also many matching accessories that can be replaced, so there is no need to worry about the later operation of the equipment.

    Do You Provide Design Services?

    Yes, we do.

    For conventional small equipment, NEWater has standardized equipment. For large-scale skid-mounted and container equipment, we can design a process that meets the needs according to different water quality requirements.

    At the same time, we carry out three-dimensional drawing designs according to different requirements and then communicate with customers to confirm.

    After the design confirmation is completed, we then proceed to custom processing. So you don’t have to worry about our design and production capacity. We will provide you with the most professional technical support.

    Laboratory DI Water System  from NEWater

    A laboratory deionization system is one that produces water of extremely high purity, meaning that the conductive media in the water are almost completely removed, while the non-dissociated gases, colloids, and organic matter (including bacteria) are also removed to a very low level.

    NEWater uses a combination of advanced reverse osmosis technology and ion exchange technology, and the water quality can be as high as 18.2 megohms, which meets the requirements of ultra-pure water quality required by laboratories. We use a microcomputer single-board machine program control, water quality detection automatic display, so as to obtain high-quality output water, its water resistivity can generally reach 18MΩ/cm.

    NEWater laboratory deionized water system ensures high module pressure resistance and no water leakage. Since the concentrated water is filled with patented resin, which reduces the membrane resistance, the system does not require concentrated water circulation and salt injection in the freshwater chamber filled with layered resin, which is more conducive to the removal of weak electrolytes. Our system is simple, simple piping, only the inlet pipe, product pipe, and concentrated water pipe are needed, no circulation pump and salt injection system, no PLC program controller is needed, system construction cost and maintenance cost is low.

    Contact us now to customize your own laboratory deionized water system.

    The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Laboratory DI Water Systems.

    In laboratory settings, high-grade potable water is highly coveted due to its role as a universal solvent. Water characteristically has a chemical composition, which could potentially alter the composition of lab solutions and results. To avert this, raw water is often preconditioned using laboratory water treatment systems such as deionized water systems. Beneath, we are going to evaluate laboratory DI water systems and the quality of water they supply to laboratories.

    Figure 1 Laboratory water DI water system.

    What is a Laboratory DI Water System?

    A laboratory deionized (DI) water system is a set of interconnected water treatment equipment used to generate deionized water for laboratory applications. The deionized water systems for laboratories simply rely on the ion-exchange process to eradicate nearly all of the ionized impurities present in the raw water.

    Typically, laboratory DI water systems provide laboratory deionized water, which is characteristically Type II water. With resistivity of 1-15MΩ·cm, the deionized water is essentially purified water that can be deployed in a series of laboratory applications such as diluting concentrated solutions and as a cleaning agent.

    What are the Primary Uses of Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    The deployment of laboratory DI water systems is chiefly aimed at generating an acceptable grade of purified water suitable for laboratory applications. The system gets rid of ionic impurities, consequently producing a grade of water with no chemical identity and therefore cannot alter the chemistry of lab solutions and results.

    Additionally, laboratory water purification systems help laboratories adhere to industry standards by supplying a grade of purified water that is in line with the prevailing regulations. They simply facilitate the smooth running of laboratories by reliably providing the most coveted laboratory ingredient.

    How do Laboratory DI Water Systems Operate?

    Technically, laboratory DI water systems are highly specialized ion exchange systems that eliminate ionized pollutants from water in a reversible ion exchange process. The deionization process carried out by laboratory DI water systems is enforced by synthetic exchange resins made up of cation and anion exchange resins.

    The cation and anion exchange resins are often separately housed in distinct columns or uniformly mixed in a single resin bed. Once the raw water is passed through the exchange resin beds, the cationic and anionic minerals are effectively substituted for hydrogen (H+) and hydroxyl (OH-) ions respectively.

    The continued deionization of raw water often results in the building up of objectionable particles on the exchange resins. As such, a regeneration process to revitalize the exhausted resins is enforced using backwashing and the injection of acidic or base reagents appropriately.

    Do You Provide Distinct Types of Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    Water deionizer systems are generally available in distinct categories characterized by varying specifications and working principles. To be precise, NEWater manufactures three types of laboratory DI water systems.

    Laboratory mixed-bed DI water systems.

    The mixed-bed DI water system is characterized by an integrated cation and anion exchange resin bed.  This integration augments the deionization rate often resulting in a higher grade of deionized water. They are additionally viable post-teatment systems for two-bed di water systems.

    Figure 2 Type I Laboratory DI water system.

    Laboratory dual-bed DI water systems.

    The dual-bed DI water system has the anion exchange resin and the cation exchange resin accommodated in separate yet adjacent DI columns. The quality of demineralized water generated is not as high as that generated by the other systems but they are unmatched in their cost-efficiency.

    Laboratory EDI water systems.

    The electrodeionization system generates high purity water characterized by a resistivity of 18.2MΩ·cm. The process is electrically powered and is dependent on IX resins and membranes.

    What is Laboratory Deionized Water?

    Laboratory deionized water is essentially Type II purified water bereft of virtually all ionized minerals. This grade of purified water typically has a high resistivity to electricity given that virtually all the ionized constituents have been stripped off. To be precise, the resistivity of laboratory-type II water is ordinarily 1-15MΩ·cm.

    Further subjecting the water to a post-treatment phase using electrodeionization equipment or mixed-bed deionizers purifies the water further. This water is perfect for media production, general chemical and sample dilution owing to its non-existent mineral composition.

    What Quality of Water do Laboratory DI Water Systems Generate?

    Ordinarily, laboratory deionized water systems produce deionized/demineralized water. The quality of the deionized water generated may differ depending on a number of factors such as the feed water quality and the type of lab DI equipment used.

    The deionized water quality is measured by examining its electrical conductivity or resistivity. Typically, the water has a resistivity of 1-15MΩ·cm hence it is categorized as Type II DI water. Nonetheless, ultrapure water can be generated using hybrid laboratory DI systems such as EDI water systems (with a resistivity of 18.2MW/cm).

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    What Factors Should I Consider Before Buying a Laboratory DI Water System?

    When purchasing a laboratory DI water system, it is paramount that you first comprehend the specifications of different systems and the demands of your application field. Any miscalculations or uninformed projections could have costly repercussions hence caution is advised during the purchasing process.

    Your starting point, according to experts, should be rigorously testing your sample feed water. This will help you determine the concentration and composition of contaminants present thereby giving you a clear picture of the necessitated water purification system. The other vital considerations you should pay attention to include:

    • The grade of deionized water you desire.
    • The quantity of deionized water you want to be produced per day.
    • Industrial regulation on product water quality.

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    What are the Main Features of Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    Laboratory deionizer machines are characteristically ion exchange water treatment equipment specialized to the industrial requirements of laboratory applications. Their physical composition is characterized by pressure vessels made of fiberglass or stainless steel. They are available in varying designs and sizes, and their exchange capacity range is immensely diverse. Here are some of the other distinguishing features of laboratory DI water systems.

    • They are essentially preassembled and quite easy to operate.
    • They regenerate automatically.
    • They have small footprints.
    • They are highly effective and can produce ultrapure water (at 2MW/cm).

    Figure 3 Lab water DI exchange tanks.

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    Which Pretreatment Systems Can Be Used on Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    There are no water treatment systems that can optimally purify water as standalone systems. For laboratory DI water plants, the feed water must be pretreated to allow optimal deionization.

    The primary purpose of incorporating pretreatment systems is to protect the exchange resins from possible clogging and thwart the possible corrosion of essential components. Beneath are the effective pretreatment units commonly employed to supplement laboratory DI water systems.

    • Multimedia filters.
    • Reverse osmosis systems.
    • Ultrafiltration systems.
    • Activated carbon pre-filters.

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    What are the Chief Benefits of Using Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    The invention of water deionizer systems was seen by many as a revolutionary breakthrough, especially for laboratory water purification. As predicted, laboratory DI water systems are presently indispensable lab water purification systems universally celebrated for their resourcefulness and dependability.

    They generally provide first-rate deionized water that exceeds industry requirements and is usable in vast laboratory applications. Their operational and investment costs are comparatively inexpensive and they are pretty durable.  Moreover, they have sufficient flow rates and the diversity in their exchange capacities accommodates the needs of distinct application sectors.

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    How Much Water Can Laboratory DI Water Systems Produce?

    The production capacity of laboratory DI water systems is generally measured by the system’s exchange capacity and service flow rate. Ideally, water deionizer systems for laboratories are manufactured with diverse exchange capacities as a reflection of the diverse application scales of distinct laboratories.

    NEWater’s laboratory DI water systems have a standard production capacity of 40 to 100 liters per hour. Nonetheless, we manufacture tailored DI water systems with larger or smaller production capacities.

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    Which is the Best Laboratory DI Water System?

    Ideally, you cannot categorically state that there is a superior laboratory DI water system since most systems are specialized to operate optimally in exclusive applications. For instance, a laboratory two-bed deionizer is more suited to laboratory applications that do not necessitate ultra-pure water while mixed-bed and EDI water systems are more suited to high-purity water applications. However, when you compare the impurity removal rates, mixed-bed deionizers come out as the superior option.

    Figure 4 Reverse osmosis DI water system for laboratories.

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    What Types of Resins Are Used in Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    Deionized water exchange tanks primarily utilize two types of ion exchange resins, the anion exchange resin, and the cation exchange resin.

    Cation exchange resins.

    These are characteristically positively charged resins filled with hydrogen (H+) ions. They particularly eliminate the positively charged elements such as Magnesium (Mg2+) and Sodium (Na+) by substituting them for H+ ions. They are further divided into:

    • Strong acid cation resins.
    • Weak acid cation resins.

    Anion exchange resins.

    The anion exchange resins are particularly negatively charged resins characteristically made of hydroxyl (OH-) ions. They replace the anionic (negatively charged) impurities with OH- thereby producing deionized water. They are further categorized as:

    • Strong base anion resins.
    • Weak base anion resins.

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    How Do You Regenerate Exhausted Laboratory DI Resins?

    The incessant use of a laboratory DI water system results in the exhaustion of the deionization resin. This is brought about by the excessive accumulation of elements on the resin’s surface. A coping mechanism enforced to restore the optimal abilities of the exchange resin is called regeneration.

    The regeneration process is technically commenced by backwashing the resin. Water is pumped through the resin bed from the bottom and as it flows upwards, the accumulated elements are dislodged and captured by the water. Subsequently, a specified solution (acidic or base) is injected into the resin bed to restore the original electrical charge of the resin.

    A slow rinse step is then enforced prompting the regenerant to evenly settle on the resin bed. Finally, raw water is pumped through the resin bed during the fast rinse process to make certain the projected water quality is attained.

    Figure 5 Resin regeneration.

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    Where Should I Purchase a Laboratory DI Water System?

    You can bypass the hassle and hurdles that come with procuring products from questionable dealers by ordering your laboratory DI water system from a certified manufacturer. NEWater is a seasoned and highly reputable manufacturer of comprehensive water treatment systems including laboratory water purifiers.

    Our laboratory DI water systems are innovatively crafted to ensure they are compliant with industrial standards and their product water is of exceptional quality. We have made numerous sales locally and internationally and the feedback provided attests to the quality of products and our reliability as a manufacturer.

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    Which Contaminants do Laboratory DI Water Systems Remove?

    Laboratory deionized water systems are commonly employed to supply laboratories with mineral-free water (deionized water). Therein, they are essentially used to target ionized contaminants.

    The cation exchange resin eliminates cationic minerals like calcium, sodium, magnesium, potassium, and iron. The anionic exchange resin on the other hand eradicates negatively charged elements such as sulfate, nitrate, chloride, bicarbonate, and carbonates.

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    Can Laboratory DI Water Systems Treat all Forms of Raw Water?

    Ideally, deionized water systems for laboratories can eradicate ionized impurities from feed waters sourced from distinct sources. However, the optimal treatment of most feed waters, especially highly contaminated feed water may necessitate one or two supplemental systems.

    A water deionizer system can be deployed to treat seawater, tap water, wastewater, brackish water, or even well water. The quality of the deionized water generated may however exhibit significant differences owing to the distinctiveness in contaminant concentration and composition.

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    Which Polishing Systems can be Used on Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    The majority of comprehensive laboratory water purifiers tasked with supplying ultrapure water for laboratory use have an integrated polishing system. Ideally, numerous post-treatment systems can be used to refine the deionized water derived from the laboratory DI water system.

    For instance, activated carbon filters can be employed to regulate chlorine levels while UV water sterilizers can be incorporated to remove microbial organics such as viruses. More sophisticated deionization systems like EDI water systems and mixed-bed deionizers can also be employed to refine the demineralized water provided by two-bed deionizers.

    Figure 6 Laboratory UV water sterilizer.

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    ➣Are There Laboratory Electrodeionization Water Systems?

    Laboratory electrodeionization (EDI) water systems are simply contemporary deionization devices driven by DC power to eliminate ionized pollutants. They typically incorporate ion exchange resins and membranes hence they are relatively effective compared to conventional mixed-bed and two-bed deionizers.

    They have the potential to produce high purity water with a maximum resistivity of 18 Megaohm-cm. Their operation is quite cost-efficient and they are environmentally friendly given they do not necessitate chemical regeneration.

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    Do You Provide Mobile Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    NEWater’s compact designs make the transportation and operation of our laboratory DI water systems pretty easy. Our mobile laboratory DI water systems are characterized by pre-assembled components and seemingly lightweights.

    Pre-assembling makes their installation uncomplicated and time-conserving. They help economize on space owing to their compact designs and they rarely demand human intervention.

    Figure 7 Laboratory water purification system.

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    How Does a Laboratory Reverse Osmosis DI Water System Function?

    Integrating reverse osmosis systems and deionized water systems has proven to be a more economical and resourceful way of purifying water. Reverse osmosis di water systems technically operate by initially treating the feed using a reverse osmosis system.

    The RO permeate, which is ordinarily type III water, is then subjected to a deionization process resulting in the generation of Type II DI water. This combination is gaining prominence in laboratory water purification systems due to the quality of water generated.

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    Do You Provide Laboratory DI Water Filters?

    Yes. We manufacture a range of deionization and water softening filter cartridges for commercial and industrial applications. These ion-exchange filters are perfect for use in laboratory water deionization owing to their impeccable output and high dependability.

    Typically, NEWater’s laboratory DI water filters have standard flow rates ranging from 0.13 to 1.25 gallons per minute. Additionally, they have a standard exchange capacity of approximately 450-3000K Grains.

    Figure 8 Laboratory water DI filter.

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    Can You Customize my Laboratory DI Water System?

    At NEWater you do not have to settle for laboratory DI water systems that do not fully gratify your demands. We manufacture customized laboratory DI water systems upon request thereby fine-tuning the system to the specific demands of your application. The information you need to provide for your customized order to be processed include:

    • Feedwater concentration.
    • The expected exchange capacity.
    • The desired service flow rate.
    • The grade of product water needed e.g. type II DI water.

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    How Do You Measure the Purity of Deionized Water Produced by Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    Presently, numerous tests can be carried out to determine the quality of your water. Essentially, water quality is often a reflection of the contaminants present in it. To establish the purity levels or quality of your water, simply test its electrical conductivity or resistivity.

    High electrical conductivity is customarily an indication of low-quality deionized water. This is because high concentrations of ionized constituents in the water facilitate electrical conductivity. Similarly, low concentrations of ionized elements in the water make the deionized water more resistant to conducting electricity.

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    When is Regeneration in a Laboratory DI Water System Necessitated?

    After long cycles of use, the primary component in laboratory DI water systems (the exchange resin) becomes fatigued. This is brought about by the buildup of particulates on the DI exchange resins. When to regenerate your DI resin is a subjective matter chiefly influenced by how frequently you use your laboratory DI water system.

    Ordinarily, regeneration should be carried out periodically. That is, programming your water deionizer to auto-regenerate after a specified period. Certain users, however, enforce regeneration processes once a drop in the service flow rate is recorded.

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    How Do You Transport Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    NEWater’s commitment to customer gratification has inspired us to provide global delivery services. In ensuring all our clients get their laboratory DI water systems delivered to their preferred destinations, we utilize several contemporary transportation modes.

    Our global reach is enabled by our partnerships with global courier firms that exploit sea, air, rail, and road transport. The delivery timelines range from 3-7 days and 2-3 months depending on the system’s size.

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    Do You Offer Technical Consultation on Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    Laboratory DI water systems are highly technical systems with relatively complicated functions that may necessitate technical aid to comprehend. Our highly-skilled technical team offers non-chargeable technical consultation services during the ordering process as well as post-purchase.

    For instance, we will provide you with a comprehensive analysis of your feed water configuration and offer you all the technical information you need to select your perfect DI water system. To access our technical consulting services, contact us via email at info@newater.com or call us on +86 188-5290-6888.

    Figure 9 Laboratory deionized water system.

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    Are Laboratory DI Water Systems Warranty Protected?

    Given the value of laboratory DI water systems, it is only fair that they are protected by credible warranty policies. NEWater offers warranty protection on all its water treatment products for 12 months post-purchase.

    The warranty protection ideally protects users from accruing losses resulting from technical breakdowns. Other forms of malfunction such as mishandling are not covered by the warranty. In addition, the user gets sufficient time to acquaint himself/herself with the system.

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    Do You Help Repair Laboratory DI Water Systems?

    NEWater essentially provides repair services under warranty protection or the lifetime repair service pack. To facilitate the roll-out of these customer-centered services, we have recruited a team of highly proficient technicians. Our repair services are exclusively discounted and we typically use custom components manufactured in our facilities.

    Defective laboratory DI water systems that qualify for our warranty protection are repaired at no cost. In the regrettable event when your equipment malfunctions, contact our customer support unit for instantaneous aid.

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    What Other Laboratory Water Purification Systems Do You Manufacture?

    Laboratory DI water systems essentially account for part of our comprehensive laboratory water purification systems.  We manufacture a broad line of laboratory water treatment systems certified for their adherence to quality standards and high-level innovation.

    Shopping at NEWater simply means you have access to all laboratory water treatment products under a single roof. In addition to offering standard purification systems, we process customized orders. The underlying list previews some of our highly coveted laboratory water purification systems.

    • Laboratory reverse osmosis systems.
    • UV water sterilizers.
    • Electrodeionization water systems.
    • Distilled water systems for laboratories.

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