The CENTRA R60 and CENTRA R120 provides Type II and Type III water to feed large washers, ultrapure water purification systems and dispense points for general laboratory applications. They can deliver up to 120 liters per hour of water which have been purified using a range of technologies.
- Easy access to a range of features
Access to a wide range of system monitoring and safety features via the central 'soft key' control panel
- In-line purification technologies
Optimized inorganic water quality through use of in-line purification technologies
- Compact footprint provides flexible installation options
Compact footprint provides flexible installation options for new building and refurbishments. It can be placed closer to the lab reducing the cost and design implications of long pipe work loops.
- Reliable, continual supply of pure water
Reliable, continual supply of pure water using unique access controls, leak detection systems & full AV alarms with optional BMS connectivity
- Extended deionization performance
Extended deionization performance with optional CO2 degassing
|Product Specifications||CENTRA R60||CENTRA R120|
|Inorganics (resistivity at 25°C)||>10 MΩ-cm||>10 MΩ.cm|
|Organics (TOC)||<20 ppb||<30 ppb|
|Bacteria||<1 CFU/1ml||<1 CFU/1ml|
|Particles||0.2 μm filter||0.2 μm filter|
|Delivery flow rate||10 l/min @ 22 psi (1-5 bar)||10 l/min @ 22 psi (1-5 bar)|
The techniques we were using are extremely sensitive to contamination and we knew we could trust in the water quality delivered by ELGA’s CENTRA system. This not only protected our instrumentation from blockages and other damage, but also meant we could rely on the data generated.
Increase in airborne contaminants and potential recontamination of purified water
Weakly bound ions are released back into the water reducing resistivity
Uncontrolled bacterial contamination and TOC levels are not reduced