Type I Lab Water Purification System Specs

I’d like to get more information on specs for Type I Water Purification System on the web. Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) may have it on their site, but this requires purchasing a document.

Also, what does ‘CLRW’ stands for?

Have a look at out latest article it may give you some guidance

http://www.askaboutvalidation.com/featured_articles_expanded.php?uid=44

Nice information. How about specs? eg: Type I water for Resistivity, TOC, etc. Is it published somewhere?

You need standart iso 3696 or (ASTM) D1193-91

http://www.elgalabwater.com/?id=502

http://www.millipore.com/labwater/lw3/watertypes

CLRW = Clinical Laboratry Reagent Water

http://www.hkmta.org/L20080603-ls.asp

http://www.millipore.com/publications.nsf/86714eb8c10dcec485256b3c005a8bd7/a56880485c992a98852571bb00022034/$FILE/AB1002EN00.pdf

http://www.clsi.org/source/orders/index.cfm?section=Online_Store&task=3&CATEGORY=CHEM&PRODUCT_TYPE=SALES&SKU=C03A4E

There’s a UK company that’s written a book on the subject.

You can order it free here :
http://www.elgalabwater.com/

I should declare an interest as I work there but it does contain all you’d need to know on ASTM grades/CLSI/ISO3696 etc etc. I think that there’s also an article on the validation of laboratory water purification somewhere on their website.

Alternatively I think you can mail them at info@elgalabwater.com.

Hope this helps

You might want to check this link to give you more details about
Type I Lab Water Purification System and their specifications.

http://aquaa.com/Type-I-Ultra-Pure.html

You might also want to check this link to give you a better understanding about Type I purification system:

http://aquaa.com/when-do-you-require-ultra-low-toc-type-i-ultra-pure-water.html

Happy reading and good luck!

www.aquaa.com

Hey, you could find detailed information on Type-1 Water and Lab Water Purification Systems here - http://www.merckmillipore.com/IN/en/water-purification/learning-centers/tutorial/grades/eSqb.qB.3lUAAAFAcqlkiQz8,nav

Also, CLRW is an abbreviation for Clinical Laboratory Reagent Water