3 Questions to help you choose the right water system for your Laboratory.

Interlab can supply you a wide range of Water purification systems; with so many choices, to help you work out what Water System you need for your Laboratory, we have just 3 questions you need to ask yourself to help narrow down your options.

You can always email us with the answers to these questions and we can help narrow down the options for you. Simply email us at sales@interlab.co.nz and one of our team will be in touch in 24 hours. Or give us a call on 04 972 2330

  1. What is your feed water source?
  2. What is your application?
  3. What volume do you require throughout the day? Is there a peak volume time and how much in what time frame?

Type I Ultrapure Lab Water Systems

Type 1 also known as Ultra Pure water


  • Water HPLC mobile phase preparation
  • Preparation of reagent blank solution
  • As sample diluents for GC, HPLC, AA, ICP-MS and other analytical techniques
  • Preparation of buffer and culture media for mammalian cell culture
  • Preparation of molecular biology reagents, etc.
  • HPLC mobile phase preparation
  • Trace and ultra—trace elemental analyses
  • Critical instrument rinsing
  • Standard sample preparation
  • Reagent and dilution preparation
  • ICP-MS / nana UHPLC / nano LC-MS / LC-ESI-MS / GF-ASS analyses

Type II Pure Water Systems

Type II also known as EDI Pure water (Electro Deionized pure water)


  • Preparation of chemical bio-reagents
  • Preparation of culture media / buffer / bio-reagents
  • Preparation of solution for chemical analysis such as HPLC and ICP
  • Feed water to ultrapure water systems
  • Feed water to medical device and equipment (clinical analyzers, Aging testers etc.)
  • For serum and blood fractionation
  • For ophthalmic
  • Water supply for ultrapure water
  • Dilution of clinical reagents, samples and detergents
  • Automatic medical device and equipment
  • Reaction cuvettes cleaning
  • Feeding washing stations for probe tips and stirrer paddles
  • Temperature controlled incubator baths
  • And interface between syringe and sample

RO (Reverse Osmoses) Purification Systems

RO water is a water purification process that uses a semi permeable membrane to separate ions, unwanted molecules and larger particles from drinking water.


  • Glassware cleaning
  • Washing machine for glassware
  • Water bath water
  • Feed water to laboratory animals
  • Feed water for humidifiers, autoclaves, etc
  • Water supply for ultra pure water systems
  • Hydroponics
  • Buffer Preparation
  • Aging Tester

Quick Reference to help you select the right water system

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