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ELGA launches new range of laboratory water purification systems: PURELAB Chorus

Posted: Friday 20th June 2014

ELGA continued investment delivers innovative leading laboratory water purification instruments for scientific and analytical applications.

ELGA Process Water, a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies company, launches PURELAB Chorus a range of laboratory water purifiers delivering ultimate flexibility and industrial design with a wide range of dispense and storage options and multiple installation choices.

The PURELAB® Chorus delivers water purity from general laboratory grade (Type III) to ultrapure 18.2MΩ-cm (Type I+/I) meeting international standards like ISO 3696: Grade 1, 2, & 3, ASTM, D1193-06, Pharmacopeia US, EP, JP and CLRW by CLSI. The advanced PureSure® deionisation system guarantees water purity and maximises cartridge life. With technologies to remove impurities such as RNase, DNase and bacteria as well as trace ions such as silica and boron to below detectable limits, PURELAB® Chorus can be customised to suit the vast range of applications in today’s modern laboratory from Life Science to general and trace element analysis.

Flexibility is the keynote for PURELAB Chorus. The modular units can be configured in stackable, bench top, wall mounted or under bench versions to fit any laboratory or work space. And the Halo dispense unit can be located at up to four metres from the purification unit. PURELAB® Chorus comes with 15, 30, 60 and 100 litre storage reservoir options with unique display of stored purified water. The space saving design provides a base for the water purification system resulting in one integral, compact unit.

Combining up to four Halo dispense units in a series delivers ultimate flexibility in how and where pure water is distributed, and gives the option to have different water purities dispensed from a single system.

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