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Purify your water with ease with the NEW Thermo Scientific Barnstead GenPure xCAD Plus system

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FP_GR_01102013a.gifGain flexibility in your lab with the new Thermo Scientific™ Barnstead™ GenPure™ xCAD Plus ultrapure water system. Its advanced technologies allow for simultaneous dispensing from up to three remote dispensers, for ease of use in shared laboratory environments.


Supporting your molecular biology and analytical chemistry applications, the GenPure xCAD Plus lab water system comes with leak detection, electronic dispensing for fully automatic volume control, and feed water monitoring that alerts you to fluctuations in the feed water quality. The system ships with one xCAD remote dispenser and all consumables needed for start-up, allowing for simple ordering and setup.

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TOC (total organic carbon) models provide a visual read-out of TOC levels and UV models offer UV intensity monitoring, designed to ensure accurate TOC readings.


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