Heating and Mixing
Electrophoresis and Blotting
Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis
Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
PCR & qPCR Thermal Cycler
Thermal Cycler (PCR)
Real-time Thermal Cycler (qPCR)
PCR Workstations & Cabinets
UVP BioImaging Systems
UVP Benchtop Transilluminators
Electrophoresis & Blotting
Shaker & Mixer
Orbital Shaking Incubator
Water Purification System
Aermax - Air Purification
Medical Oxygen Concetrators
-150°C Cryogenic Freezer
-86°C Ultra Low Temp Freezer
-40°C Low Temp Freezer
-18 ~ -25°C Biomedical Freezer
-20°C Biomedical Freezer
4° ± 1°C Blood Bank Refrigerators
2~8°C Pharma Refrigerators
2~8°C ICE Lined Refrigerators
-25°C ~ + 4°C Mobile Freezer/Collers
20~24°C Blood Platelet Incubators
Water quality plays a critical role in clinical diagnostics and medical research, as well as the overall operation of healthcare facilities.
Produce high purity hospital water for stringent standards or increase treatment efficiency.
Purified water is an essential resource in all medical and hospital environments. Water is often the major component in many diverse applications.
For medical applications, whether hemodialysis, decontamination washers, clean sterilizer reuse, analyzer equipment, food service, or the boiler room, Total Water Treatment specializes in producing high purity water systems and delivering unique filtration and disinfection products for these diverse processes.
amongst many other applications
HOW DO REVERSE OSMOSIS DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS WORK?
A reverse osmosis system removes sediment and chlorine from water with a prefilter before it forces water through a semipermeable membrane to remove dissolved solids. After water exits the RO membrane, it passes through a postfilter to polish the drinking water before it enters a dedicated faucet. Reverse osmosis systems have various stages depending on their number of prefilters and postfilters.
What does a reverse osmosis system remove?
Reverse osmosis system benefits
Water filtration system that will give you outstanding water
RO filtration improves taste, odor and appearance of water by removing contaminants that cause taste and odor problems.
RO systems have very few moving or replaceable parts make RO systems easy to clean and service.
Reverse osmosis systems can remove common pollutants from water including nitrates, lead pesticides, sulfates, fluoride, bacteria, pharmaceuticals, arsenic and much more. An RO systems’ carbon filter will also remove chlorine and chloramines.
It helps in keeping the essential minerals remain intact while purifying the dissolved impurities like rust, arsenic, calcium and magnesium.