ELGA LabWater

ELGA was founded in 1937 by Walter Lorch and originally manufactured small domestic electrical appliances. Driven by problems of limescale in steam irons caused by hard water, the company moved to water purification systems. Though distillation was at the forefront of water purification limitations of the technology provided a driver for change. Lorch’s invented & developed deionizer had great potential in other applications, notably research labs. Over 600 Approved Partners & Lab Water Specialists Worldwide. ​With a network of over 600 Approved Business Partners and Lab Water Specialists worldwide, ELGA LabWater guarantees an unrivalled package of service and support, no matter where you are, for its entire range of water purification systems.​

Company details

Unit 10 Lane End Industrial Park, Lane End , High Wycombe , HP14 3BY United Kingdom

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Filtration and Separation
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1937

ELGA LabWater - The Solution Behind Great Science

We are the LabWater Specialists. For over 80 years we have been working with scientists to guarantee pure and ultrapure water for their experiments and lab work. We resource science and healthcare markets for a better world by bringing the world's leading scientists a critical reagent.

As an integral part of Veolia, the world's leading water service company, ELGA LabWater provides a reliable source of lab water that economically meets the required compliancy of all our customers' scientific and medical applications.

With more than 80 years' experience dedicated to solely pioneering water purification systems, we are continuing to apply cutting-edge research with innovative and ergonomic design. ELGA LabWater delivers robust and easy-to-install systems to meet our customers ever changing needs for ultrapure water.

We also work very closely with leading laboratory instrument companies to customize water purification systems for specific applications.