Sanitization service

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Sanitization

The Importance of regular sanitization

After organic and inorganic chemical impurities are removed, bacterial growth can still occur, even though very pure water provides an extremely harsh environment with minimal nutrient content.

Remaining trace impurities, materials of construction in contact with the pure water and debris from dead bacteria can act as sources of food.
If this bacterial growth is not minimized, it can cause problems to the purity of the water required which may impact on any test work results.
The bacteria themselves are not the only problem; they also produce endotoxins and nucleases. Endotoxins are fragments of cell membrane that are released when cells die and during bacterial cell metabolism. They can cause serious interference in many laboratory techniques where water or prepared reagents will come into contact with DNA or RNA and can be affected by nucleases in the water.
The inside of most water purification systems consists of long lengths of pipework, connectors, reservoirs and filters which present a high surface area for bacteria growth. A sanitization regime is suggested as part of the maintenance schedule. This is recommended for most water purification systems to minimize the build-up of particles, biofilm, micro-organisms and bacterial by-products.
Our products are designed to ensure that all wetted parts are sanitized as simply as possible. The majority of systems use rapid dissolving chlorine-based tablets and a pre-programmed sanitization procedure.

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Sanitization service

Main Feature

<p style="color:red;"><h3>The Importance of regular sanitization</h3></p> <p><strong>After organic and inorganic chemical impurities are removed, bacterial growth can still occur, even though very pure water provides an extremely harsh environment with minimal nutrient content. </p></strong> Remaining trace impurities, materials of construction in contact with the pure water and debris from dead bacteria can act as sources of food.</br> If this bacterial growth is not minimized, it can cause problems to the purity of the water required which may impact on any test work results. </br> The bacteria themselves are not the only problem; they also produce endotoxins and nucleases. Endotoxins are fragments of cell membrane that are released when cells die and during bacterial cell metabolism. They can cause serious interference in many laboratory techniques where water or prepared reagents will come into contact with DNA or RNA and can be affected by nucleases in the water.</br> The inside of most water purification systems consists of long lengths of pipework, connectors, reservoirs and filters which present a high surface area for bacteria growth. A sanitization regime is suggested as part of the maintenance schedule. This is recommended for most water purification systems to minimize the build-up of particles, biofilm, micro-organisms and bacterial by-products.</br> Our products are designed to ensure that all wetted parts are sanitized as simply as possible. The majority of systems use rapid dissolving chlorine-based tablets and a pre-programmed sanitization procedure. </br>

Operating Weight (kg(lb))

530

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