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        Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Water Purification System

        Devices that produce pure and ultra-pure water by mean of filtration, exchange columns, reverse osmosis or distillation. Some models produce water for hemodialysis units, others for Clinical Laboratory use, for Pharmacy use, for parenteral feeding preparations etc.

        Tips for Buying a Water Purification System

        1. Before purchasing a water purification system, facilities should not only take the unit's purchasing price into account, but also consider the long term investment in running costs for maintenance, replacement parts, and service contracts over the water purification system's service life.

        2. The quality of the water needed should be determined - ultrapure water is required for critical analysis uses, while purified water is sufficient for equipment such as sterilizers, glassware washers, etc. The daily volumes required for each water quality is also something to be considered when purchasing a water purification system. .

        3. The quantity of feedwater required, or possible pre-treatment of tap water as feedwater is a factor that should be taken into account when purchasing a water purification system.

        4. Facilities should inquire whether the water purification system allows for obtaining ultrapure water from tap water (pre-treatment of tap water, reverse osmosis, deionization with UV/UF), or will add on to their current supply of treated water to produce ultrapure water.

        Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Water Purification System

        Devices that produce pure and ultra-pure water by mean of filtration, exchange columns, reverse osmosis or distillation. Some models produce water for hemodialysis units, others for Clinical Laboratory use, for Pharmacy use, for parenteral feeding preparations etc.

        Tips for Buying a Water Purification System

        1. Before purchasing a water purification system, facilities should not only take the unit's purchasing price into account, but also consider the long term investment in running costs for maintenance, replacement parts, and service contracts over the water purification system's service life.

        2. The quality of the water needed should be determined - ultrapure water is required for critical analysis uses, while purified water is sufficient for equipment such as sterilizers, glassware washers, etc. The daily volumes required for each water quality is also something to be considered when purchasing a water purification system. .

        3. The quantity of feedwater required, or possible pre-treatment of tap water as feedwater is a factor that should be taken into account when purchasing a water purification system.

        4. Facilities should inquire whether the water purification system allows for obtaining ultrapure water from tap water (pre-treatment of tap water, reverse osmosis, deionization with UV/UF), or will add on to their current supply of treated water to produce ultrapure water.

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