Compact, Quiet and Sophisticated
At General Water Technologies, all of our systems are designed with your need for usable lab space in mind, so you can be confident that whatever your lab grade ultra-pure water needs, GWT will fulfill them in the smallest space possible. Our smallest models at only 14 inches wide and 22 inches tall (GWT 2000 Series 22Hx14Wx24D) are the smallest systems on the market. Yet while only consuming 14 inches of counter width they are capable of producing up to 20 liters per hour of consistently pure water flow.
Reverse Osmosis Water Systems
Reverse Osmosis is the most popular and cost effective method to purify water. An RO system removes virtually 99% of contaminants in water including bacteria, pesticides fluoride and other dissolved ions. Reverse osmosis systems come in 10 to 100 gallon per day systems. Reverse osmosis Systems are commonly used as a first stage in Lab Water Purification and other Ultra Pure water applications.
Adding a reverse osmosis system (as pretreatment to a lab polishing system) will allow the filters in the polisher to last up to 15 times longer. This can result in lowering replacement filter costs by up to 95%.
An RODI system adds a high purity deionizer filter and water quality monitor to produce higher quality water for use as incubator feed, high quality rinse water for film, anodizing or other high purity rinse or plating applications.
The GWT 4000 Series systems are compact and utilize simplified operating systems to provide Type I, II or III lab grade purified water. These purified water grades are suitable for humidifiers and as feed water for laboratory water polishing systems. GWT 4000 Series systems are offered at a very low capital acquisition cost. The 4000 Series systems are inexpensive to operate when compared to most other lab grade reverse osmosis systems.
Complexity -vs- Sophistication
Great benefits are realized by engineering feedwater systems from the ground up. Limitless technologies
can be utilized.
Open architectures provide flexibility to quickly incorporate any improvement or refinement.
Intelligent Design, Green Technology,
General Water Technologies’ assembles cutting edge, highly compact, superior yield, water purification systems that enable clinical laboratory scientists to meet daily challenges.
RO Water Systems
Reverse Osmosis or RO is an environmentally safe, cost effective method to de-mineralize and purify lab water. General Water Technologies’ 9000 Series systems are engineered to produce RO water of the highest quality.
Water – NOT Filters
General Water Technologies provides water, not filters. Our goal and commitment to our clients is to provide a trouble-free water purification system that exceeds expectations in both quality
Our Commitment: General Water Technologies guarantees you WILL NOT have a water purification problem left unresolved. GWT is committed to resolving your water purification problems and making them disappear permanently.
The Science Behind Reverse Osmosis
A solution with a high salt concentration is separated by a semi-permeable membrane from a solution with a low salt concentration. In normal osmosis, water molecules from the side with low salt begin permeating the membrane into the high salt concentration solution.
Deionized Water Systems
Previously, high purity water was used only in limited applications. Today, deionized (Dl) water has become an essential ingredient in hundreds of applications including: medical, laboratory, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, electronics manufacturing, food processing, plating and countless industrial processes (even the final rinse at the local car wash).
Reagent Grade Water & Laboratory Water Systems
Laboratory Water Systems Improve control in critical diagnostic procedures by using Reagent Grade Water in place of deionized or distilled water.
Type I & Type II Water
Type 1 water systems are some of the most common types of systems we design and install. Type 1 water (also known as reagent grade or ultrapure water) is used for numerous types of critical laboratory applications.
Inquiries and Ordering
We're always happy to assist you. Feel free to call or email us with any questions or specific requirements that you may have.
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