Pure water is used almost everywhere in the lab, from being a key reagent in your day-to-day experiments and assays to performing those "behind the scenes" functions like autoclaving, cleaning and water bath set-up. However, it can be tricky to select the right purity for the type of work you are doing.
Knowing exactly which type of water purity your particular application requires can take time to go away and research - time that could be better spent at the bench. To help you make the most of your valuable time, we've assembled a quick reference table enabling you to easily match your application with the required water purity.
Don’t see your application listed? Contact our lab water specialists for advice.
About the Author
Amanda started her career specialising in selling water purification units into the laboratory market over 25 years ago. She spent several years on the road in the UK direct selling into laboratories, she then moved to our center of excellence, ELGA Labwater where she spent 4 years supporting the Eastern European market, then a further 7 years heading up the technical team and developing and delivering the sales training to our global distributors and gaining international experience. Finally she is based in the UK, leading a team of sales specialists for the ELGA Labwater product range.