Laboratory water purification

Every laboratory needs a reliable supply of water that has been purified to specific grades for specific applications. Our tried and tested water purification systems have been purposely designed, developed and manufactured in the UK for laboratories worldwide by engineers with decades of experience.

You can choose a solution that best fits your needs from a diverse collection: be it compact, self-contained bench-top and wall mounted units, low-cost deionisation cartridges, or high volume, custom engineered ring-main systems.

In addition, you’ll benefit from an unrivalled combination of technical and industry knowledge, on-site customer support, flexible maintenance and service packages and access to our global network of channel and sales partners.

For a quick overview watch our video, or read on.

Laboratory Product Selector

Want to know which of our laboratory units best suits your needs? Use our handy product selector to find out.

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Ensuring the right quality of water for your laboratory application

Wherever you’re based in the world and whichever sector your laboratory specialises in, be it healthcare, universities, research, food, pharmaceutical, or industrial applications, we can offer a solution that will meet your needs.

Precision in your work is critical and having the right purification technology in place ensures the standard of water quality required by your teams is met consistently – sample after sample, day after day. Our systems utilise proven technologies including reverse osmosis, deionisation, ultrafiltration, UV, thermal disinfection and chemical dosing.

Easy to install, setup, use and maintain, our laboratory systems provide Grade I, II and III water, to a maximum purity of 18.2MΩ.cm, at flow rates from just a few litres to hundreds of litres per day.

This handy chart will help you to match a system and technology to your required grade of water. For more advice, contact our experts.

Choose the right water purification system for your lab

Your laboratory will have its unique requirements based on the work that your team does and the volumes of water that you use. Selecting a system can be simple: our diverse and specially designed collection of laboratory water purification systems includes options to meet all types of needs. Below is an overview – or for advice contact our experts. Click on the name of the system to learn more about it.

•   Labwater Deionisers: a simple, cost-effective solution for producing low volumes of water to BS EN ISO3696 Grade 2 standards – better than 1.0MΩ.cm

•  Select edi 60: a cost effective water purification system with minimal running costs and low maintenance. Utilising electrodeionisation technology, this compact unit delivers a constant supply of  >1MΩ.cm pure water for routine laboratory tasks

•   Select Purewater 300: designed for use with laboratory glassware washing machines, providing rinse water to a purity better than 1.0MΩ.cm at flow rates up to 48 litres per hour

•   Select Analyst: designed for everyday laboratory tasks, including glassware rinsing, buffers and stains, reagent make-up, and media preparation

•   Select Fusion: a compact, benchtop systems, for producing low volumes of ultrapure water to 18.2MΩ.cm from a mains supply, typically up to 50 litres per day

•   Select Neptune Ultimate: an advanced, high volume system producing 18.2MΩ.cm ultrapure water for analytical and life science laboratory applications•   Select HP: custom designed solution for HPLC, ion chromatography, atomic absorption, and clinical analyser feed

•   Integra HP: a compact, mobile, centralised water purification and distribution unit, ideal for larger volume points of use and supply to Clinical Analysers

•   Integra L: integrated, high volume system with activated Carbon, particulate filtration and advanced reverse osmosis technology, plus full data logging, for ring-main applications

•   Integra 200E: a self-contained, ‘plug and play’ system utilising the latest low energy reverse osmosis membranes and electro-deionisation technology to deliver laboratory grade water at a make-up flow rate of 200 l/hr

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What our customers say:

We are slowly replacing our old pure water systems in the Department of Biology with Select fusions from SUEZ. After a tender exercise we found that SUEZ were not only the cheapest units to run but the service contract and trade in agreements were also favourable comparative to other companies on the market.
Lucy Hudson, Laboratory Manager, University of York

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