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DI water for medical device applications



I am evaluating the use of a DI water system for a medical device manufacturing application. The purpose is for washing device components. I want to know the requirements for conductivity, PH and clorox limits. I will appreciate anyone help. Thanks.

Angel Burgos
- Caguas, Puerto Rico


You should look in your local yellow pages under "water filtration" or "water purification." There are larger companies out there like U.S. Filter who can help you determine your filtration equipment needs if you have your purity requirements. You will probably require a reverse osmosis filter for medical purposes.

tim neveau
Tim Neveau
Rochester Hills, Michigan

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