The ICW-3000 water purification system produces ultrapure water that decreases contamination of samples.
Millipore announced the availability of the ICW-3000 water purification
system. The system produces ultrapure water for Dionex IC (Ion
Chromatography) systems, which can increase the precision of IC analyses.
The ICW-3000 system provides a continual flow of ultrapure water to the
eluent generator and regenerant lines of the suppressor. This reduces the
carbonate content in the water, sharply decreasing contamination risks and
improving experiment reproducibility, while also eliminating the need for
helium, according to Millipore. The water system also eliminates the need
for eluent preparation and instrument downtime that occurs when filling
eluent bottles, reports the company. With only two tubes and one power cord
to connect, the system is designed for simple plug-and-play installation.
Everyday use is also easy; the user just fills the system’s 10-liter tank
with pure water in order to produce a constant flow of ultrapure water for
the IC system. The ICW-3000 system is remote-controlled by the Dionex IC
system and the systems are compatible with each other, according to the
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