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BIOPURE Purified Water for Healthcare Applications
Cleaning and sterilizing reusable medical equipment is becoming increasingly regulated by industry guidelines and international standards. 
Our BIOPURE range meets the latest standards and provides point-of-use purified water for small bench-top autoclaves, washer disinfectors to large or multiple automated washer disinfectors and endoscope reprocessors.
Our BIOPURE range features:

Pure Water Systems for Centralized Distribution of Laboratory Water
If you need to supply individual laboratories, a suite of laboratories or all of your laboratories and associated facilities i.e. washing rooms in a building, the CENTRA range delivers the flexibility, reliability and economy you need.
Our CENTRA products are single compact units which purify, store and distribute water from a single central unit.
The CENTRA range can:

Pure Water Systems for Centralized Distribution of Laboratory Water
If you need to supply individual laboratories, a suite of laboratories or all of your laboratories and associated facilities i.e. washing rooms in a building, the CENTRA range delivers the flexibility, reliability and economy you need.
Our CENTRA products are single compact units which purify, store and distribute water from a single central unit.
The CENTRA range can:

Purified Water for Laboratory Research and Testing Applications
From simple routine washing and rinsing, through to ultra pure for the most critical applications such as ICPMS and ultra trace analysis the PURELAB range is designed to offer water purity to match your specific laboratory application.
The PURELAB range offers:

  • Type I, Type II, Type III water quality
  • From 1 liter up to 1,000 liters per day
  • Full validation support
  • Low running costs

The importance of water quality is critical
Download Your Free Pure LabWater Guide here
The effects of water quality can often be overlooked, but as water is the most common solvent used in laboratories. Its quality is key to getting the expected and not ruined results. Similarly using poor water quality in a healthcare environment or in clinical diagnostrics can potentially be life threatening. Understanding the importance of water is critical.
Internationally recognised water quality standards define the different types of water quality starting with Type I through to Type III.
Achieving the correct water quality depends on selecting the correct purification technologies and a system design that accurately measures and monitors contaminants. Producing pure water is only part of the equation; validating quality, storing water and maintenance are also key to ensuring you have the water quality you need.