Find Safe Water on Your Travels

Are you looking for a safe water treatment system for your lab? Find out more about safe water options in remote locations or in your home.

Find Safe Water on Your Travels

If you are an entrepreneur running a small business or a one-man shop, there are many considerations when it comes to setting up a lab with the right equipment and supplies. You have to think of everything — even the purity of the water.

Whatever comes out of public water supplies probably won't match the purity standards you need for high-quality products or reliable lab testing.

Find Safe Water on Your Travels
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Does Your Business or Home Need a Water Treatment System?

Water treatment systems have to match the purpose and location of your home or business. It's important to work with a company that can tailor the system to your needs.

At a minimum, you want a system that can eliminate common contaminants like iron, arsenic, methane, chlorine, and hydrogen sulfide.

A reputable company will test the water to get an idea of what you need to filter out. This provides a baseline for the appropriate softeners and equipment needed to produce pure water.

Choose the right water treatment system

There are numerous solutions for scientists, parents, and business owners to consider. For example, a water filtration system can be designed specifically for your needs.

Let the supplier know whether you want to secure your home water supply, created pure water for a home or business lab, or need contaminant-free water for your home brewing operation.

Whatever your goals, working with a qualified technician can help you achieve them.

Reliable water treatment system manufacturers will take into account the unique configuration of your plumbing as well as the purity standards needed.

Here's an example of the results achieved by a high-quality water purification system:

  • Flow Rates above 125 gpm
  • Bacteria Levels below 1.0 cfu/mL
  • Purifies any tap water
  • Customization encouraged

Testing Water Purity

For best results, have the water tested periodically at a local or regional lab. If you have to test the water in-house or want to spot check it for contaminants, you can do it on your own. Here are some tips on testing the purity of your water.

You can test the water by evaporating it or measuring the boiling point.

Dissolved salts and impurities stay behind when you evaporate the water. Pure water leaves very little behind. So, the less residue, the purer the water after evaporation.

Pure water and other substances have precise melting and boiling points. Water melts at 0°C and you can bring it to a boil at 100°C. If there are a lot of impurities in the water, one of two things will happen, as follows:

  • the melting point decreases
  • the boiling point increases

Serv-A-Pure distributes water treatment systems, UV systems, and ion exchange resins that can ensure the purity of the water you drink, use for work, or rely on for sensitive lab work.