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Control and convenience with the NEW Thermo Scientific Barnstead GenPure xCAD Plus ultrapure water system

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The NEW Thermo Scientific™ Barnstead™ GenPure™ xCAD Plus water purification system provides ultrapure water from up to three remote dispensers, simultaneously. This innovative functionality enables exceptional flexibility and ease of use for shared laboratory environments.

Suitable for even the most demanding and sensitive applications, the Barnstead GenPure xCAD Plus system exceeds international standards ASTM Type 1, ISO 3696 Grade 1, ASTM D1193 and CLSI-CLRW, delivering ultrapure 18.2 MΩ.cm water with consistent quality. 

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Additional features include:

  • Integrated feed water monitoring – alerts the user to fluctuations in feed water quality
  • Online TOC measurement – real time monitoring that measures organic substance levels (TOC systems only)
  • UV intensity monitoring – designed to eliminate false TOC readings caused by diminished UV lamp intensity (TOC systems only)
  • Leak detection – internal leaks detected and error message displayed


For simple ordering and easy set-up, each system ships with one xCAD Plus remote dispenser and all start-up consumables under a single part number so there are no surprises or added post sale costs.  You will have everything needed to make Type 1 water the day you receive your system. For increased flexibility, add one or two more xCAD Plus remote dispensers.

Download the Thermo Scientific Waterbook to find out more about the full range of Thermo Scientific Barnstead Type 1 ultrapure water purification systems. 

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Product Control and convenience with the NEW Thermo Scientific Barnstead GenPure xCAD Plus ultrapure water system
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