Ultrapure Water Monitoring News

  • MANTECH helps drive hydrogen electrolyser research forward…..

    Scientists at ITM Power in Sheffield rely on an automated MANTECH system to measure the conductivity, fluoride content and pH of the water used in their electrolysers. Eleanor Wallace, Senior Analytical Chemist at ITM Power, explained: “Electrolysers generate hydrogen by the electrolysis of water, and we are looking at ways of improving this process. Ultrapure water is essential, as ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • TOC in ultrapure water

    The guidelines in the use and production of ultrapure water are already known. Thus, fast and accurate measurements are required to initiate remedial measures in case of contamination. LAR´s QuickTOCpurity meets these requirements. The TOC analyser QuickTOCpurity determines reliably the true total organic carbon content (TOC) in lowest measuring ranges, in less than 3 minutes ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • $690 Million Market for Ultrapure Water in the Americas

    Power, electronic, pharmaceutical and other plants in North and South America which need ultrapure water will spend $690 million for hardware and consumables in 2015. This is the latest forecast in Ultrapure Water World Markets published by the McIlvaine Company. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) The most recent revisions reflect an increase in investment in the gas ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Metrohm offers fully automated Inline Eluent Preparation On Demand (EPOD)

    Apple’s iPod is nice to have, Metrohm’s new EPOD is a must-have – if you do ion chromatography but want to spare yourself the tedious manual preparation of the eluent. By using the 800 Dosino and the 849 Level Control as the only additional devices, Metrohm’s intelligent ion chromatography (IC) systems can be easily extended to perform any unattended inline eluent preparation. Fully controlled ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • Ultrapure water for cleaner cavities

    ELGA Process Water is helping the STFC Daresbury Laboratory’s Accelerator Science and Technology Centre (ASTeC) to provide cutting edge research facilities. Particle accelerators depend on “radio frequency cavities” which add energy to accelerate electrons up to light speed, and ASTeC has a cavity processing facility. “Cleaning and processing these RF cavities needs ultrapure water”, says ASTeC’s ...


  • $4 Billion Market For Ultrapure Water Systems By 2009

    By 2009 the market for ultrapure water systems (UPW) will be $4 billion worldwide. This is twice the size of the 200l market according to the McIlvaine Company, Northfield, Il in their latest forecasts displayed in the online, Ultrapure Water World Markets. UPW ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

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