Designed specifically for trace organics and analytic chemistry applications requiring low organics and bacteria, the Phoenix Citation delivers 2.5 LPM of Type I, 18.2 Megohm water quality on demand. The water is purified using a […]See Details
Designed specifically for trace organics and analytic chemistry applications requiring low organics and bacteria, the Phoenix Citation delivers 2.5 LPM of Type I, 18.2 Megohm water quality on demand. The water is purified using a staged purification process which includes high-purity ion exchange resins to remove dissolved minerals, and ultraviolet light for bacteria sterilization and TOC reduction. As the water exits the system, a final filter removes particulates and bacteria to reach Type I water specifications.
The Phoenix Citation uses a dual wave length technology to reduce organics and sterilize bacteria at the same time. Certain applications like HPLC and LC, require ultrapure water with TOC levels less than 5 ppb. The water is typically used in the preparation of mobile phase preparation, creating blanks, and sample dilution. For trace metals analysis, ICP-OES/ICP-MS require the organic and ionic purity for their dilution and dissolution processes.
Cartridges and final filter sold separately.
2.5 Lpm Of 18 Megohm Type 1 Reagent Water On Demand
User Friendly Touch-Screen Interface
Real Time Quality Monitoring With Leak Detection
Compact Design With Remote Dispense Option
No Tools Cartridge Design
Low Cost Consumables Cartridges
Genuine Resintech Media
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS)
Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS)
Analytic Chemistry / Trace Organics
Reagent Grade Solution Make-Up Ion Chromatography
General Lab Water Purification
|0.2 Micron Filtration||TRUE|
|UV Oxidation Lamp||TRUE|
|Water Type||Type I|
|Purified Water Resistivity||18.2 MΩ|
|Max. Output Flow Rate||2.5 lpm|
|Total Organic Carbons||< 5 ppb|
|Bacteria Removal||< 1 CFU / mL|
|Particulate Removal||< 0.2 Micron|
|Max. Pressure||90 PSIG Max. / 20 PSIG Min.|
|Max. Temperature||100°F (30°C)|
|Dry Weight||42 lbs. (19 kg)|
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