Ultrapure Water System | Laboratory Ultrapure Water Systems

  • Lifespan up to 20 years
  • Sterilization rate as high as 99.4%, no scaling
  • Rapidly generate laboratory-grade ultrapure water
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  • ISO9001:2015 quality certification
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    What is Ultra-Pure Water?

    Ultra-pure water, commonly abbreviated as UPW refers to high-quality water purified to exemplary specifications. Essentially, ultra-pure water has very minimal concentrations of impurities and is commonly utilized in laboratories and pharmaceuticals. There are distinct levels of high-purity water but ultra-pure water is specifically characterized by an electrical resistivity of 18.2 MΩ-cm at 25°C.

    Typically, ultra-pure water is generated using ultra-pure water systems, which constitute elaborate pretreatment, primary treatment, and post-treatment systems. Numerous technologies have been developed to gratify the continually growing demand for ultra-pure water including electrode ionization, reverse osmosis, and water deionization. The production of UPW is commonly regulated by industry regulators such as the USP, European Pharmacopeia, ASTM, and EPRI.

    NEWater Brings for YouThe Best Ultrapure Water Systems

    PN-CCS10L 10LPH Ultra-pure Water Machine

    Ensure a stable supply of 10L per hour of high-quality water. Ideal for chromatographic analysis, spectral analysis, gene sequencing, cell culture, and more.



    PN-CCS20L 20LPH Ultra-pure Water Machine

    Quickly obtain high-quality water with dual-wavelength ultraviolet rays and imported PES filters for reliable sterilization.

    PN-CCS30L 30LPH Ultra-pure Water Machine

    Equipped with explosion-proof pressure barrels for enhanced safety. Enjoy a one-year quality guarantee with this high-end water treatment system.

    PN-CCS50L 50LPH Ultra-pure Water System

    Supports quantitative/timing/high-quality water inflow functions. Automatic cycle washing function ensures the purification system stays efficient.

    PN-CCS100L (100LPH)

    Features an RO system automatic pulse flushing program and multi-stage enhanced pretreatment design for consistently high-quality produced water.

    NW-150 100-150LPH Ultra-pure Water Unit

    Intelligent PLC and true color touchscreen control system make operation and maintenance easy for water production ranging from 100-150L per hour.

    NW-1000 200-1000LH Ultra-pure Water System

    Produces 200-1000L of high-quality water per hour. Supports real-time remote online monitoring, displaying various equipment status information.

    NEW-UPH2.0-20L Ultra Pure Water System

    Versatile equipment providing I/II/III water meeting laboratory standards. Tailor it to your needs with multiple capacities.

    NEW-UPH2.0-40L Ultra Pure Water System

    Choose from capacities of 20L, 40L, or 60L/h, with a water utilization rate of ≥60%. Customize systems to match your specific requirements

    High Quality Deionized Water For Your Lab

    At NEWater, our mission is to deliver excellence to your laboratories and businesses by providing top-quality water solutions that optimize equipment lifespan, consequently reducing both investment and maintenance costs. Our NEWater modular ultrapure water system stands out with its easy installation and customizable body size.

    Our ultrapure water equipment integrates cutting-edge filtration technologies, effectively eliminating conductive media, colloidal substances, gases, and organic matter from water. The consistently high-quality produced water caters to a spectrum of applications, from sensitive QC analysis to buffer preparation and glassware washing. Become our distributor and enjoy the best prices!

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    What is an Ultrapure Water System

    What is an Ultrapure Water System?

    An ultra-pure water system is essentially a multi-stage water purification system deployed to eradicate all or nearly all pollutants residing in raw water. Customarily, ultra-pure water systems eliminate contaminants in multi-stage processes involving reputable technologies like reverse osmosis, ion exchange, UV water sterilization, and electrodeionization.

    NEWater manufactures personalized ultrapure water systems with intelligent designs and varied production capacities to help distinct industries gratify their demand for UPW. These high-output systems typically produce high-purity water characterized by a resistivity of 18.2 MOhm-cm and an organic carbon concentration of < 50 ppb.

    Ultra-Pure Water Purification Process

    The RO system, complemented by a bactericidal UV system, serves as crucial pretreatment for the electrodeionization system. To prevent biofilm formation and airborne contamination, the resultant pure water is stored in a polyethylene tank. The purified water undergoes a final treatment, exposing it to UV light radiation and post-treatment cartridges, ensuring the elimination of all organic and ionized pollutants.

    Alternatively, a widely embraced ultra-purification method involves a series of steps, starting with activated carbon filters, pre-chlorination, antiscalant dosing, and cartridge filtration for effective pretreatment. Subsequently, the water undergoes multi-stage RO filtration, culminating in a polishing phase with an electrodeionization system, resulting in the production of Ultra-Pure Water (UPW).”

    Ultra-Pure Water Purification Process
    Ultrapure Water System Advantages


    • Consistently high water quality for consistent and repeatable results.
    • Color touch screen provides easy access to all important dispensing options.
    • Depending on the system type, unique bag-tank technology saves time-consuming tank cleaning work.
    • Choose a personalized system. Touchscreen display with easy-to-use menus.
    • Increase the sensitivity of analytical data to meet or exceed ASTM Class 1 water quality.
    • Operation and maintenance expenses are relatively low.
    • Produces high-purity water (18.2 MΩ-cm at 25°C).
    • Efficient designs such as skid-mounted and containerized.

    Ultrapure Water System Applications

    • Medical equipment cleaning and rinsing
    • Electroplating and electrochemical processes
    • Semiconductor chip production
    • Laboratory drug research and development
    • QC (Quality Control) Analysis
    • Preparation of pharmaceuticals and production of water for injection
    Ultrapure Water System applications


    What Types of Ultrapure Water Systems Do You Provide?

    Customization of ultra-pure water equipment has inadvertently given birth to numerous types of ultra-pure water systems. Typically, the diverse systems at your disposal are categorized according to their:

    • Designs i.e. skid-mounted, modular, and containerized systems.
    • Water purification technology i.e. electrodeionization, UV disinfection and reverse osmosis.
    • Imminent application i.e. laboratory, pharmaceutical, or semiconductor ultrapure water systems.

    1)Containerized ultra-pure water systems.

    These are compact water ultra-purification systems mounted on standard containers measuring 10ft, 20ft, or 40ft. Their composition can constitute distinct water purification systems configured in no particular order. They have varied production capacities and can be used in industries such as laboratories, microelectronics, and pharmaceuticals.

    2)Skid-mounted ultrapure water systems.

    Ultra-pure water skids are basically preassembled ultra-pure water units assembled on metal structures. The structure houses all the distinct components facilitating compactness, which results in reduced footprints. Their application fields are boundless given that they can be used in intermittent and permanent applications.

    Ultra-Pure Water VS Deionized Water

    Ultra-pure water is technically high-purity water completely devoid of objectionable water pollutants. Deionized water on the other hand refers to demineralized water devoid of nearly all if not all ionized impurities. The generation of deionized water customarily necessitates a water deionizer system while the generation of ultra-pure water is only achievable using a series of water purification systems.

    Although they can be classified as purified water, ultra-pure water is characteristically highly purified water (Type I) while deionized water is essentially Type II purified water. The electrical resistivity of ultra-pure water is significantly higher (18.12 MΩ·cm) than that of deionized water (>1 MΩ-cm).

    Figure 1 Lifespan of Medical Ultrapure Water Equipment

    What are The Main Application Fields of Ultrapure Water Systems?

    The gradual growth of manufacturing industries all over the world has widened the application scopes of ultrapure water systems. Enterprising manufacturers such as NEWater have in turn upped their game and developed customized ultra-pure water systems concerning the different demands of respective industries.

    The primary industries heavily reliant on ultrapure water systems include research laboratories, semiconductor facilities, pharmaceuticals, microelectronics, and power plants among others. The electronic-grade water necessitated by semiconductor facilities is primarily used as a cooling fluid or in photolithography.

    The UPW systems designed for semiconductor industries must generate high-purity water with a resistivity of >18.18 MΩ·cm at 25 °C. Additional uses of ultra-pure water include trace analysis, immunochemistry, gas and liquid chromatography, mammalian cell culture, etc.

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    How is Electrodeionization Used in Ultra-Pure Water Systems?

    Water electrodeionization is a water purification technology that exploits ion exchange membranes and ion-exchange resins to generate high-purity DI water at 18.12 MΩ·cm. Technically, the process of water electrodeionization is driven by a direct current thereby eliminating the use of chemicals. This abolishes the likelihood of generating highly volatile wastewater thereby fostering environmental conservation efforts.

    The incorporation of electrodeionization water technology in ultrapure water systems is often enforced distinctively. However, it is primarily used as the chief purification technology or as a polishing process for purified water. RO/EDI water systems are highly effective water purification systems utilized in laboratories to produce ultra-pure water.

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    Do You Provide Laboratory Ultra-Pure Water Systems?

    Water is inarguably the most in-demand commodity in laboratories. However, most laboratory applications demand a certain level of product water to run smoothly. Ultra-pure water is the preferred water type for a variety of laboratory applications including the dilution of concentrated solutions and sanitization of essential apparatuses.

    deionized water system for laboratory application

    NEWater provides first-rate laboratory water purification systems and ultra-pure water systems customized to meet the prevailing industrial standards. Furthermore, we provide ultrapure water systems compliant with European and US pharmacopeia standards. They generate UPW with the following attributes.

    Total Organic Carbon (TOC) <0.5 mg/L
    Electrical Conductivity <1.3 μS/cm at 25 °C
    Endotoxins <0.25 IU/mL
    Aluminum <10 ppb
    Bacteria <10 CFU/100 mL


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    Do You Manufacture Electrodeionization/Reverse Osmosis Ultrapure Water Systems?

    Reverse osmosis electrodeionization water purification systems (RO/EDI) are the perfect combination for water purification. They are steadily substituting reverse osmosis di water systems and this is chiefly down to their impeccable purification scores. Their typical configuration has the reverse osmosis system deployed prior to the electrodeionization water system.

    As such, the feed water is first filtered using high-rejection reverse osmosis membranes, which eliminate over 99% of dissolved solids. The reverse osmosis permeate harvested is then injected into the EDI water system. The purity levels of the RO water/permeate are characteristically moderate hence it is often categorized as Type III water. The EDI system completely eliminates the ionized constituents harbored by the RO water to generate high-purity water at 18.12 MΩ·cm.

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    How Do You Select the Perfect Ultra-Pure Water System?

    Your selection of an ultra-pure water system for your respective high-purity water application should chiefly be informed by the exclusive demands made by your project. We advise first-time purchasers and return clients to first understand the demands of their imminent application before purchasing ultrapure water systems or any water treatment equipment. Here is a compilation of the basic elements you should evaluate prior to procuring an ultra-pure water system.

    ● The concentration of the feed water you will be using.

    Generally, you can source your feed water from brackish water, tap water, well water, or even seawater. Understanding the type of pollutants harbored in your feed water and their respective concentrations will aid you to establish the ideal water purification processes and equipment.

    ● The quality of ultra-pure water you need.

    There are different grades of purified and ultra-purified water based on how it is conditioned. Therein, you need to understand the precise ultra-pure water quality needed by your application. The qualities to look out for include conductivity, TOC levels, and microbial concentration.

    ● Ultra-pure water quantity demands.

    Additionally, you need to evaluate the volume of ultrapure water your project demands in an hour or day. Ultra-pure water systems are commonly equipped with varying production capacities, which are expressed in gallons per minute or day and liters per day (LPD).

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    Where is Ultra-Pure Water Chiefly Used?

    Ultra-pure water (UPW) is characteristically high-grade purified water highly coveted by distinct industries and commercial entities. It is primarily comprised of H20, H+, and OHand is completely free of other constituents. Ultra-pure water is heavily used in advanced industries such as pharmaceutical and semiconductor facilities. Let us look at the chief utilizers of ultra-pure water.

    ● Semiconductor facilities.

    Semiconductor facilities are renowned for their extensive utilization of ultra-pure water. Their consumption of ultra-pure water (at 5500 m3/day) has in fact been compared to the consumption of small towns. The primary uses of ultra-pure water in semiconductor industries include:

    • Rinsing of essential equipment.
    • Humidification of clean rooms.
    • Dilution of chemicals and photolithography.
    • Cooling fluid.

    ● Pharmaceuticals.

    The severity of pharmaceutical processes and products often demands the use of high-purity water or ultra-pure water. NEWater manufactures UPW systems capable of generating ultra-pure water in compliance with the British Pharmacopeia (BP), US Pharmacopeia (USP), Japanese Pharmacopeia (JP), and the European Pharmacopeia (Ph Eur). Here are some of the pharmaceutical applications reliant on ultra-pure water.

    • Water for injection.
    • Sterile water for irrigation.
    • Pharmaceutical manufacturing.

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    What is The Primary Composition of Ultrapure Water Systems?

    Typical ultra-pure water systems are made of multiple water treatment and purification units assimilated to form a cohesive water ultra-purification system. The primary components of an ultra-pure water system can be broken down into three primary parts.

    The pretreatment system.

    The first major component of an ultrapure water system comprises an elaborate water pretreatment chamber. Common pretreatment systems used in ultrapure water systems include reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration and nanofiltration systems, multimedia filters, activated carbon filters, and chemical dosing systems.

    The Primary Purification System.

    The pretreated water is introduced into the primary water purification system resulting in the generation of purified water. The prevalently used water purification systems are electro-deionization water systems, water deionizers, distillation equipment, and RO systems.

    The post-treatment system.

    This is essentially a system deployed to refine the quality of the purified water generated by the primary water purification plant. Quite often, UV water sterilizers, mixed-bed deionizers, and EDI water systems are utilized as polishing systems in generating ultrapure water.

    The underlying link will direct you to a video illustrating the chief components of a typical ultra-pure water system.

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    Which Water Pretreatment Systems Are Used in Ultrapure Water Systems?

    The first step in converting raw water into ultrapure entails subjecting the water to a comprehensive pretreatment process. Quite often, ultrapure water systems are manufactured with integrated pretreatment chambers whose selection is mainly informed by the specifications of the imminent feed water. The following list exhibits the most frequently used pretreatment systems in UPW systems.

    • Multimedia filters.
    • Activated carbon pre-filters.
    • Reverse osmosis systems and other membrane filtration systems.
    • Pre-chlorination.
    • Antiscalant dosing etc.

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    How Do You Properly Maintain Ultrapure Water Systems?

    Your ultra-pure water system necessitates regular and high-level maintenance to operate optimally. There are different maintenance practices and approaches you can employ to make certain your UPW system is well-serviced and in excellent condition. First, you need to periodically cleanse the system.

    The media filters deployed in the pretreatment systems are cleaned using a backwashing process while the membrane filters are sanitized using membrane cleaning systems. Using the monitoring equipment installed on your system, you can program the regeneration schedule of the water deionizer system or the EDI water system.

    Details on the appropriate maintenance practices your system demands are well illustrated in our user manual. In addition, you can contact our specialists to request more information on the maintenance practices appropriate for your ultra-pure water system.

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