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Thermo Scientific Barnstead GenPure xCAD Plus Water Purification System

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GR_FP_290513.gifThe NEW Thermo Scientific™ Barnstead™ GenPure™ xCAD Plus water purification system delivers ultrapure water with consistent quality for your most demanding and sensitive applications. The system features advanced technology that allows you to simultaneously dispense water from up to three remote dispensers, providing exceptional flexibility and ease-of-use in shared laboratory environments. One remote dispenser comes standard and offers full control at your fingertips.

In addition to its extreme flexibility, the innovative Thermo Scientific Barnstead GenPure xCAD Plus has leak detection and feed water monitoring technologies. All consumables needed for start-up ship with the system in one part number, allowing for convenient and cost-effective ordering, as well as easy setup.

Design the ideal configuration for your lab. Choose from analytical systems with built-in UV lamp and UV intensity monitoring, or life science systems with a UV lamp and Ultrafilter designed to remove nucleases and endotoxins. Both options are also available with a built-in TOC (total organic carbon) monitor if a visual read-out of TOC levels is needed. Units can be mounted on the wall, bench or under the bench, and the remote dispensers can also be mounted on the wall or bench.

Product Thermo Scientific Barnstead GenPure xCAD Plus Water Purification System
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