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. Purposeful component placement assures variation in system capability without changing the cabinet or footprint.
Design consistency combines with engineering flexibility to assure complete integration with each analyzer requirement. High end, quality materials create efficiencies and extend component life. Natural convection eliminates electric cooling. Noise Db levels are lowered. Energy consumption is reduced. Process steps are dissected and analyzed. Contributions and refinements lead to compelling advantages.
Other somewhat antiquated feedwater systems are based upon rigid architectures. These systems cannot adopt new requirements or incorporate additional features into their design. Limitations require the addition of stand alone components or subassemblies. Management of more components poses engineering challenges and creates added complexity.
General Water Technologies feed water systems operate in continuous decontamination. Continuous decontamination eliminates system shut down for sanitizing. Periodic descaling is never required. Process efficiencies are realized. Productivity is improved. Full analytical throughput capabilities are always available. Revenue streams remain consistent and undisrupted.
“Intelligent design is the foundation – sophistic ation derived from simplicity is the outcome”. – Judy Lindsey, President
Other feedwater system designs require component replacement at specified intervals to avoid shut down. Water quality levels are normally Type-2. These designs might have configurations that can provide Type-I water purity. However, at additional cost and with more complexity.
All CWT feedwater systems are engineered with consistent controls and recognizable displays. Purposeful, user friendly designs result in operational atmospheres of calmness and confidence. Observation and recording of filter condition and purity levels provide continuous confirmation Of water quality.
You and your staff establish daily vigilance protocols. Your laboratory’s policies and procedures verify that CAP/CLSI Type-I purity standards are met or exceeded.
Every GWT analyzer feedwater system is designed with green technology and the list of advantages goes on. GWT systems are excellent choices for ultra-pure lab water.