Merck launches new water treatment system

Merck launches new water treatment system

9:09 AM, 7th March 2017
Milli-Q, the leading brand for laboratory water, is synonymous with ultrapure water.
Milli-Q, the leading brand for laboratory water, is synonymous with ultrapure water.

DARMSTADT, GERMANY: Merck has launched a new laboratory water treatment system, Milli-Q IQ 7000. This innovation in water treatment is already the seventh generation of the Milli-Q product family. In addition, this launch marks the 50th anniversary of the availability of ultrapure water for scientists in laboratories worldwide. 

In order to ensure that Merck's new water treatment systems meet the emerging needs of the customer, the company has also integrated its own engineering and design experience in the development of the Milli-Q IQ 7000 system. An even smaller, even easier to operate a device with the following characteristics has emerged: a Precise dispensing wheel with a wider range of sampling options for ultrapure water: from droplets to 2 litres per minute. Smaller design without hoses and cables for a more compact, orderly working environment 

Milli-Q, the leading brand for laboratory water, is synonymous with ultrapure water. The laboratory equipment and is the most cited mark in independently examined trade magazines. The Milli-Q systems are equipped with approved purification media which are developed exclusively for Merck. This allows the company to provide the best water quality to laboratories around the world. The Milli-Q IQ 7000 system from Merck is the first product of a new offering.

“Despite the tremendous advances that have been made in the laboratory, scientists are still looking for ever-better ways to increase the reproducibility and reliability of data. Our new laboratory water system addresses these challenges and enables scientists to concentrate on the actual area of the problem solution without having to worry about the purity of their laboratory water. This new system continues the heritage of our pioneering innovations in water treatment," said Udit Batra, a member of Merck's executive board and head of the life science division.

“For half a century, Merck has been the partner of choice for water treatment systems and services for laboratory scientists, who must ensure that the water they use does not have any impurities,” added Batra.

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