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    NEWater: Laboratory Water Purification Systems Manufacturer

    At NEWater, we bring a new life to water with our innovative and cutting-edge solutions. We’ve been in the business of supplying water purification systems for laboratories since 2005 and our expertise is unmatched. We guarantee the highest quality products manufactured under strict quality standards. Call us now and experience the change for yourself.

    NEWater Brings for YouDiverse Laboratory Water Purification Systems

    Laboratory Water Purifier

    The water quality requirements for laboratory use are very high, and our Laboratory Water Purifier can produce high-quality water suitable for experimental use.

    Ultrapure Water System for Laboratory

    The ultrapure water system is an important part of the laboratory. NEWater deionization and reverse osmosis equipment can remove chemical pollutants, while UV radiation can eliminate bacteria in the water.

    Lab Water Purification Equipment

    Professional water purification equipment used in laboratories meets international production standards and has quality assurance.

    Your Laboratory Water Purification System Supplier in China

    At NEWater, we believe in conserving water while purifying it. We began this journey in 2001, we’ve grown in size to serve about 5,000 premium clients in over 100 different countries. We serve you similarly with our high-quality lab water purification equipment.

    This was all made possible due to our unending commitment to delivering only the most premium quality equipment to our customers. All of our laboratory water purification types of equipment from designing to delivery are governed by strict international standards and that’s reflected in our fantastic product quality.

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    NEWater Laboratory Water Purification System Components

    NEWater Laboratory Water Purification System are essential for laboratories in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and the semiconductor industry. De-ionization (DI) and reverse osmosis are used in these ultra-pure water systems to eliminate chemical pollutants.

    UV radiation kills microorganisms in an ultra-clean water system. The resistivity of these laboratory water filtration systems can reach 18.2 M-cm (high resistivity indicates low levels of anionic pollution) and organic carbon levels can be reduced to less than 50 ppb.

    NEWater Laboratory Water Purification System Features

    • Self-priming door, ABS engineering plastic casing, powder coating technology, water quality and quantity upgrading function.
    • Users may fully monitor the controller’s functioning state and real-time data thanks to its colorful touch screen and humanized operation interface.
    • Imported filtering materials were utilized in Type U Korean quick-insert filters.
    • Upgraded self-cleaning filter with built-in 10″ 10m stainless steel filter mesh and silicone soft scraping that can be cleaned at any time and completely replaces PP cotton filter without needing to be exchanged.
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    NEWater Laboratory Water Purification System Applications

    1. Pretreatment of the samples. Preparation of reagents, laboratory cleaning, and tissue cleansing, for example.
    2. Experiment with traditional physical and chemical analysis. For example, PH and TOC testing.
    3. Electrophoresis, HPLC/LC-MS organic analysis.
    4. PCR, DNA/RNA preparation, and protein analysis are examples of molecular biology experiments.

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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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    NEWater Laboratory Water Purification Systems

    Every laboratory in the world needs clean and uncontaminated water for conducting experiments. NEWater lab water purifiers clean the water in multiple stages that include filtration, antimicrobial treatments, and chemical removal. This guarantees the best performance and efficiency in NEWater systems while other brands usually skip some of these intermediate steps.

    Our purifiers also easily pass the color disk tests and strip tests because of their superior quality. Lab grade water purification systems need to be designed and built with the best quality components and we at NEWater, specialize in that.

    Unlike others, our components are from reputed names in the industry like Grundfos, Hydranautics, and many more. To assure you of our quality, we provide a 1-year warranty on all our water purifiers which can keep your mind at ease.

    NEWater seeks to provide a great experience to all its clients and if you wish to experience our renowned quality then give us a call today to know more.

    The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Laboratory Water Purification System.

    In most laboratories, water is the primary ingredient. To perform some complicated tests, highly uncontaminated water is needed hence the need for Laboratory Water Purification Systems. Typical tap water often contains unwanted pollutants that may temper with the results of a vital experiment.

    NEWater is massively endowed with research equipment, technology, and expertise necessary for the mass production of Laboratory Water Purification Systems. Our read is a comprehensive summary of all you need to know regarding Laboratory Water Purification Systems.

    Figure 1  Laboratory Water Purification System.

    What is A Laboratory Water Purification System?

    A Laboratory Water Purification System is simply an elaborate laboratory apparatus that filters contaminated water to supply clean and pure water for laboratory use. These systems are available in different dimensions and exploit different purification mechanisms. For effective purification, reverse osmosis, ultraviolet radiation, and ion exchange mechanisms are employed.

    The need for universal solvents in laboratories across the world has brought up a hike in the demand for premium Laboratory Water Purification Systems. With the right purification technique, these systems can be very productive thereby fostering your lab water supply.

    What Are The Benefits of Using A Laboratory Water Purification System?

    Laboratory Water Purification Systems has made it possible for laboratories to efficiently and sustainably conduct lab experiments. They continuously provide clean and ultra-pure water thereby providing laboratories with reliability, accuracy, and cost-efficiency.

    Underneath are some of the benefits a Lab Water Purification Systems will manifest.

    • They supply ultra-pure water suitable for use in delicate lab experiments.
    • They are easy to set up and can be efficiently maintained.
    • They eradicate dissolved salts, chlorine, fluoride, and other impurities found in tap water.
    • The filters and membranes used are extremely durable.

    What Industries Use Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    NEWater is a vastly experienced manufacturer of quality water purification systems for laboratory applications. Our purification equipment utilizes several water treatment methods to generate various water types like ultra-pure water suitable for use in laboratories. The following are renowned industries that utilize our Laboratory water purification system.

    • Pharmaceuticals.
    • Hospital and clinics.
    • Industrial laboratories.
    • Government laboratories.
    • Agricultural research labs.
    • Academic research labs.

    Figure 2 Laboratory Water purification application.

    What Are The Most Frequently Used Techniques in Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    NEWater primarily uses three water treatment methods to remove inorganic ions, bacteria, gasses, organics, and collides.  These techniques are differentiated by the quality of water they generate and the processes they exploit. Laboratories opt for different water purification methods depending on the uniqueness of their application.

    Our engineers offer free guidance on the ideal water treatment solution for your lab application contingent upon the information you provide. Here are the common water treatment mechanisms we use:

    How Do Laboratory Water Purification Systems Work?

    The sole purpose of laboratory water purification systems is to treat water for laboratory usage. Purification can be achieved using various techniques, which vary in underlying processes and subsequent purification rates.

    ● Reverse Osmosis.

    The founding principle behind reverse osmosis is pressure. Lab water treatment systems using reverse osmosis utilize high-pressure pumps to force-feed water into a pre-treatment chamber where large particles, chlorine, and collides are ejected. Subsequently, the water is forced into a perforated membrane, which ejects smaller pollutants from the water.

    RO systems also utilize post-treatment to adjust the concentration of the water. They are highly productive recording up to 99% purification rates.

    ● Ion Exchange Systems.

    Laboratory water purification systems using an Ion exchange system operate by eradicating unwelcomed ions and replacing them with vital ions using deionization and demineralization. These plants function by substituting negative and positive water molecules with hydroxyl and hydrogen. They are ideal for laboratory applications that consume purified water immediately.

    ● Ultraviolet Light.

    UV light systems generate ultra-pure water for laboratory applications by routing contaminated water moments prior to dispatching. It is crucial that the UV light is strategically positioned so as to disinfect the water from microbes, bacteria, and viruses. Ultraviolet light is uncomplicated, highly resourceful, and environmentally friendly.

    Figure 4 Ultraviolet light water purifier.

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    What Is The Most Effective Laboratory Water Purification System?

    Laboratory water treatment systems exhibit different desalination or treatment percentages. You are at liberty to select an ideal water purification system for your lab usage based on the desired quality of your water. Contemporary technology enables you to scrutinize the quality of your permeate using some of the following tests:

    • Color disk kits.
    • Test strips.
    • Portable digital devices such as photometers, lightweight meters, and colorimeters.

    Reverse osmosis systems are extremely productive and can reject up to 99.7% of dissolved ions. Ultraviolet light on the other hand is equally as effective in eradicating bacteria, viruses, and other microbes. Ion exchange systems are very effective in deionizing feed water and removing barium, arsenic, and water hardness among others.

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    What Is The Quality Of Water Generated By Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Laboratory applications utilize different water types. By conducting a number of measurements, we are able to determine the quality of water in your laboratory. The conductivity measurements we use are bacterial count, CFU/ml, resistivity MΩ-cm or µS/cm, and total organic carbon (TOC).

    Figure 5 Lab water quality.

    Consequently, water used in laboratory applications include:

    Type 3 Water. This is primary grade water, which is generated through reverse osmosis and carbon filtration. It is over 99% pure and very affordable to use in multiple lab applications.

    Type 2 water. This is regarded as typical lab-grade water and is often a culmination of various water treatment mechanisms such as RO and ion exchange. Type 2 water is used in laboratories to conduct chemical experiments and general uses.

    Type 1 Water. This is ultra-pure water used in laboratories for sophisticated experiments such as analytics and cell culture. It has a resistivity of 18.2 MΩ-cm and it is generated from a polisher.

    Portal water. It is popularly known as feed water. The quality of potable water is influenced by its origination.

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    Do You Use Ultraviolet Disinfection In Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Yes. UV disinfection light is incorporated in both commercial and industrial laboratory water purification plants. Ultraviolet light is set at an ideal wavelength, which enables it to forcefully eject fungi, bacteria, microbes, and other protozoans found in untreated lab water. To attain great purification rates, moderately increase the UV light intensity as well as the period of time you use it.

    Figure 6 UV light disinfection unit.

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    Can Laboratory Water Purification Systems Be Customized?

    Yes. NEWater has a massive array of custom-built laboratory water purification systems meant to fulfill the specifications of different lab applications. Our engineers devise innovative customizations that boast the application and performance levels of our treatment systems.

    Based on your custom order, we will expertly install your lab water purification system in a standard-size container at affordable rates. Furthermore, we do provide skid-mounted lab water treatment plants. Contact our engineers, explain your desired modifications and we will deliver your perfect purification system.

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    What Technologies Are Incorporated In Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Laboratory water purifiers are embracing technology and innovation to increase effectiveness and cut down on operation and maintenance costs.  At NEWater, we are constantly researching and exploiting advancements in technology to elevate the quality and productivity of our laboratory water purification systems.

    The following are examples of technologies we exploit to elevate the standards of our lab water purifiers.

    • E-boiling.
    • Ultra-filtration.
    • Membrane technology.
    • Activated carbon filters.
    • Renewable energy-powered lab purifiers.

    Figure 7 Carbon filter Cartridges.

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    How Much Do Laboratory Water Purification Systems Cost?

    The cost of a laboratory water purification system boils down to the purchase cost and maintenance cost. The cost of acquiring a lab water purifier depends on the size, purification technology, and customization it entails.

    NEWater offers you a free price quotation after you fill in a form detailing the description of your order. As for the maintenance cost, it is generally cost-efficient despite varying depending on the scale of application.

    ● Labor.  

    These are expenses emanating from human labor deployed to run the laboratory water purification system. Labor charges vary in different countries and they differ depending on quality and quantity.

    ● Chemical consumption.

    The amount of chemicals consumed is reliant on the concentration of your feed water and the desired permeate quality. For instance, you might need to add key minerals such as magnesium or calcium to adjust the PH levels of your water.

    ● Power consumption.

    Our laboratory water purification systems are very efficient in their energy consumption. Most of our lab purifiers have a maximum input voltage input of 230V+/-10%, AC,50Hz. This however differs depending on the power standards of your country.

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    What Can Water Generated From A Laboratory Water Purification System Be Used For?

    Water generated from laboratory water purification systems is viable for various applications. Some applications are however sensitive to the quality of water. You should be wary of the implications certain water types have on laboratory functions before using them. The following are classic functions fulfilled by water from lab water purifiers.

    • Cleaning of apparatus.
    • Diluting concentrated solutions.
    • Experiments.
    • Drinking.

    Figure 8 Application of purified lab water.

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    How Do I Select The Best Laboratory Water Purification System?

    The process of selecting an ideal laboratory water purification system may appear to be sophisticated and lengthy. Nonetheless, you should not lose sleep over it since our engineers will walk you through the entire process. By understanding various components and their implications, you can confidently arrive at a water treatment solution perfect for your laboratory application.

    By answering questions on the following, your decision-making process will be quite easy.

    • Quality of water.
    • Quantity of water to be purified.
    • Certification and reviews.
    • Method of purification.

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    Do You Use Reverse Osmosis In Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Reverse osmosis is an effective technology that we steer our purification systems to optimally utilize for maximum benefits. We have a wide variety of laboratory water purification plants powered by reverse osmosis for you to choose from. As a water treatment solution, reverse osmosis potentially eradicates over 99% of unwanted impurities from your lab water.

    Similarly, NEWater uses reverse osmosis to supplement other purification techniques such as ultraviolet light for optimum purification. Do not hesitate to contact us for a comprehensive explanation.

    Figure 9 Reverse Osmosis system for lab water treatment.

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    What Limitations Come With The Use Of Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Water purification systems for laboratories are no exception to the basic rule of life that states, “All good things have a bad side.” However trivial the limitations may seem, it is worth noting them to prevent further damage. First, lab water purifiers lack the ability to remove all organic and inorganic impurities from feed water.

    In reverse osmosis systems, the membranes may clog as a result of debris from portable water. Finally, some systems are comparatively costly to run.

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    Where Can I Purchase A Laboratory Water Purification System?

    For high-quality, reliable, and uniquely designed laboratory water treatment systems, there can only be one option, NEWater. We are a globally recognized provider of lab water purification systems and our systems are suitable for use in distinct industries like school labs, pharmaceutical labs, and clinical labs.

    We have an esteemed team of technicians who will guide you in your selection, analyze your feed water samples, and guide you to install your lab water purifier. Additionally, we customize laboratory water purification systems and our prices are very customer-friendly.

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    Do You Deliver Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    NEWater relies on dependable and highly efficient courier services to deliver your lab water purification systems to your doorstep. Our door-to-door delivery service has no boundaries given we deliver both locally and internationally. The shipment period is however dependent on the delivery destination.

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    How Can I Order A Laboratory Water Purification System?

    There are several ways for you to exploit as you place your order for a standard or customized laboratory water purification system. From our website, you will be provided with an inquiry form imploring you to indicate your desired purification system, flow rate, and source of water among others. Subsequently, we will contact you for further engagement and provide you with an accurate quotation. Our email address is info@newater.com.

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    What Is The Storage Capacity Of Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    We provide laboratory water purification systems in different standard sizes or custom sizes with the aim of fulfilling the needs of different laboratory applications. Our reverse osmosis lab purifiers have a capacity ranging from 20L/H to hundreds of liters per hour. Storage capacities differ and we have standard storage capacities ranging from 10s to 1000s of liters.

    Some lab water purification systems such as ion exchange systems do not require big reservoirs since the high-grade water generated is used immediately.

    Figure 10 Laboratory Water treatment systems storage tanks.

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    What Impurities Are Eradicated By Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    We design our water purification systems to convert untenable water into pure water appropriate for use in general lab functions and sophisticated functions as well. Let us look at the contaminants our purification systems eradicate:

    Reverse osmosis.
    ● Dissolved salts.
    ● Chloride.
    ● Fluoride.
    ● Arsenic.
    ● Colloids etc.
    Ultraviolet (UV) Light.
    ● Bacteria.
    ● Viruses.
    ● Protozoa.
    ● Microbes.
    ● Fungi etc.
    Ion Exchange System.
    ● Dissolved salts.
    ● Unwanted minerals.
    ● Magnesium.
    ● Calcium etc.

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    Where Should I install My Laboratory Water Purification System?

    The location of your laboratory water purification system should be strategic, safe, and convenient. For utmost productivity, Ion exchange systems should be installed close to the point of use before regaining newer contaminants.

    Ultraviolet light should also be installed in an ideal wavelength for optimum eradication of microbes from your lab water. Reverse osmosis systems on the other hand are best located near the feed water so as to generate the most pressure for maximum productivity in removing dissolved salts.

    NEWater’s lab water purifiers come with installation manuals, which suggest the best installation points for your system.

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    Do You Provide Custom Spare Parts For Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Yes. NEWater produces high-quality, versatile, and durable standard and custom spare parts for all our laboratory water purification systems. Additionally, our engineers offer free consultation services, which are essential in helping you select the perfect spare component.

    Some of our superior quality spare parts include semi-permeable membranes, carbon and sediment filters, deionization cartridges, and chemical dosing pumps. Our repair parts are fairly priced and we will deliver them to your doorstep.

    Figure 11 Custom spare parts for laboratory water purification systems.

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    How Do I Know The Quality Standards Of Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Our production of Laboratory water purification systems is essentially guided by the existing standard production principles formulated by local and international regulators. We are vastly experienced in this field having made over 9000 water treatment plants and over 2000 customized water treatment solutions.

    NEWater laboratory water purification systems bear a mark of quality for surpassing the set quality standards. Similarly, the quality of our water treatment solutions is evidenced in the quality of water generated.

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    Do Laboratory Water Purification Systems Have A Warranty?

    Our Laboratory water purifiers have a one-year warranty. This warranty period is designed to provide our valued customers with the necessary aid whenever they need it. If you experience a technical fault in your laboratory water purification systems, we will offer repair or replacement services free of charge.

    For your systems to be eligible for warrantied repair, the fault should not be human-induced and no other parties should be allowed to open it. Do not falter to reach out to us in case of a technical hitch.

    Figure 12 Warranty protection for Lab water purification systems.

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    What Maintenance Services Are Required By Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    For effective and extended services, all equipment requires constant and quality care. Laboratory water purification systems reward quality care with higher production and durability. Here are some of the maintenance services that will boost the performance of your Lab water purifier.

    • System cleansing on a yearly basis.
    • Filter replacements according to usage.
    • RO membrane replacements after three years.

    Failure to properly take care of your Laboratory water treatment system may result in decreased productivity and harmful microbes may grow on it. For advice on the necessary maintenance practices and when to undertake them, get in touch with our technicians.

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    How Long Do Laboratory Water Purification Systems Last?

    The quality of our Laboratory water purification systems ensures that you get quality returns from your purifier. Our Systems are remarkably resilient and can offer years of exceptional water treatment services.

    Proper servicing and maintenance are fundamental in prolonging the lifespan of your water purification system. Additionally, it ensures your water purifier keeps producing high-quality water, maintains its flow rate and general effectiveness.

    NEWater has an experienced maintenance unit that will aid you to utilize your lab water purification system optimally for longer.

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    How Much Water is Wasted by Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Water is an essential reagent in most laboratory undertakings. As much as the need for quality water is paramount, your water treatment system should be efficient and less wasteful. Reverse osmosis systems on average purify 30 to 50 percent of the portable water. The water is however recycled or reused.

    In ultrafiltration, 250 ml out of every 1 liter goes out as wastewater due to the demand for ultrapure water.  The quantity of water wasted however differs depending on the desired water quality and purification technology employed.

    Figure 13 Water wastage in lab water purification.

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    Do You Test Feed Water to be Used in Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    NEWater has comprehensive and first-rate testing equipment to scrutinize the water to be used in our Laboratory water purification systems. We have multiple research institutes and water-testing bases run by qualified technicians.

    Furthermore, we offer sewage water testing, free engineering testing, and free water quality testing and analysis. However, these services may not be applicable in some cases given the existing geographical barriers. Our technicians will however offer advisory guidance on the necessary tests.

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    What Services Do You Offer On Laboratory Water Purification Systems?

    Our mission as a water treatment solutions provider is to reduce wastage of water by recycling and getting the best out of existing water resources. As such, we supplement our purification systems with fundamental services for optimum water treatment.

    • NEWater offers free technical consultation on Lab water purification systems.
    • We provide free water testing and analysis services.
    • Lifetime servicing, repair, and maintenance services.
    • Free personalized solutions befitting your demands.
    • Prompt and global doorstep delivery.

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    Do Laboratory Water Purification Systems Require Certification?

    All our laboratory water purification systems have patent certificates and are ISO9001 certified for meeting the quality management standards. Additionally, they are of the required standards set by the European CE.

    NEWater has over 20 years of professional and tangible experience in the production of lab water purifiers. Our systems are ISO 9001:2015 certified and we attained a high-tech production certificate in 2011. For our role in environmental conservation, NEWater has a professional qualification of environmental protection engineering (Level3) Certification.

    ISO Certification

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