Water Purification

  1. What Are The Most Common Water Contaminants?

    What are the most common water contaminants?

    Common water contaminants include particulates, dissolved ions, organic compounds, gases, minerals and microorganisms. Each impurity carries its own risks to biological and chemical research, the quality of pure water and the life of a laboratory’s water purification system.

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  2. Countdown to Christmas with Pure Water Systems from Triple Red

    Celebrate the Christmas Countdown with Price Cuts & Chocolate

    Triple Red are giving you the chance to have a brand new pure water system installed and working in your laboratory before the 25th December. What’s more, just to thank you for any enquiry, we will give you a FREE advent calendar, complete with chocolate, to count down to the festive holidays.

    We have three specially selected gift packages for you, at the lowest prices yet! 

    Join the Triple Red water revolution and enjoy the benefits of high efficiency and low running costs in your lab before the year is out.

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  3. Avidity Science Acquires CT Chemicals Inc.

    Avidity Science Acquires CT Chemicals Inc.


    WATERFORD, Wis., Sept. 24, 2018 -- Avidity Science is pleased to announce it has completed its acquisition of CT Chemicals Inc. The acquisition furthers Avidity Science's efforts to broaden its range of products and solutions supporting the research tools market.


    Based in Lebanon, OH, CT Chemicals manufactures and sells filtration products including ion exchange and filtration media-based solutions used in water purification applications. CT Chemicals' broad range of products are widely used by pharmaceutical, biotech, academic, and government customers.

    "By expanding Avidity's portfolio of water purification solutions to include ion exchange and filtration media and cartridges, this acqui

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  4. Understanding Water Purification

    In order to produce pure water suitable for use in scientific applications, water (usually mains supplied potable water) must pass through a series of technologies to remove its impurities. Various laboratory applications require the removal of different impurities and therefore, a range of technologies are utilised.

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  5. Pico Pure Water System – Special Offer

    We are so confident that you will find Pico to be the easiest to use, most compact and most energy efficient (electricity and water) system you have ever used that we will take it back and cancel your invoice if you don’t agree.

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  6. The Pico Pure Water System Goes Global

    The Pico pure water system has gone global! We’re proud to see the Pico system being displayed at Pittcon 2018 in Orlando, Florida. If you’re lucky enough to be in attendance this week, visit Stand 1404 for more details from the team. They will be happy to answer any queries you may have as well as demonstrating the system. We hope to see you there.

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  7. 8 Common Water Contaminants and How to Prevent Them

    8 Common Water Contaminants and How to Prevent Them

    When working in laboratories and hospitals, it’s crucial that any contaminants found in water are removed immediately, before they cause any damage. Each impurity carries its own risks to chemical and biological research, not to mention the detrimental effect they cause to the quality of pure water. In this article, we discuss the 8 most common water contaminants and how to prevent them.

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  8. Pico – The New Pure Water System from Triple Red

    Pico All-In-One Water System

    The ‘Pico’ is the latest addition to the Triple Red range of high quality water systems which are manufactured in the UK to ISO9001:2015 certification. This complete, “all in one” water system provides general laboratory water with many unique features. Read more here.

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  9. 5 Tips on Laboratory Water Best Practice

    5 Tips on Laboratory Water Best Practice

    To ensure a laboratory water purification system continues to function at peak performance, it is important to implement and maintain good working practices. Read on to find out what they are.

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  10. Raw Water or Potable Feed Water – What is it?

    The quality of feed water, also known as raw or potable water, depends highly on its source. While deep ground water tends to be filtered naturally by soil and rock layers, water from surface sources such as lakes and reservoirs is subject to environmental contamination. It is therefore necessary to test feed water and implement appropriate pre-treatment measures to ensure it is of sufficient quality not to damage the downstream purification technology.

    Raw or treated water is physically characterised by measuring its turbidity, colour and odour; chemical characteristics, such as pH, hardness and bacteriological characteristics. Significant contaminants include dissolved ions, organic compounds, gases, minerals and microorganisms.

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