This used Elga Medica R 200 CLRW water purification system (2016) feeds large automated diagnostic analyzers with a guaranteed high output and bacterial specification. This system provides clinical laboratory reagent water (CLRW standard (formally CLSI Type 1) to multiple clinical analyzers across several laboratories making it highly flexible and reliable.
The Elga Medica R200 features a unique, award-winning design incorporating a very high output water purification system, large 350-liter storage reservoir and distribution loop pump. By integrating the reservoir and water purification components into one compact system the Medica R200 is very cost-effective to install and maintain on a loop system.
- Compatible with multiple and large clinical diagnostic analyzers which require up to 21 liters per minute of CLRW standard water
- Can feed multiple analyzers on a distribution loop and across several laboratories
- A bypass loop for the continual supply of compliant water in emergency situations.
- Compact footprint due to its integrated wrap around 350-liter reservoir.
- Low running and consumable costs
- Single system design makes it easy to project plan and install
- Manufactured 29/03/2016
- Inorganics (resistivity at 25°C) >10 MΩ.cm (with ion-exchange cylinder)
- Organics (TOC) <30 ppb
- Bacteria <10 CFU/ml (with ion-exchange cylinder)
- Particles 0.2 μm filter
- Silica <0.05 mg/l
- Delivery flow rate 18-21 l/min
Ideally suited for:
- Large clinical labs with many different analyzers linked by an automated track
- A hospital lab with large standalone clinical analyzers in different labs and on different floors
- Pure water provision for other applications such as a glass washer as well as for clinical analyzers
- A laboratory with a need for a large central water system with an economy of operation
A relatively young machine which was dismantled from a working environment and is in a good state. The offer includes two service deionisation (Aquadem SDI) exchangeable cylinders. One of the cylinders was in use and the other “spare” cylinder is regenerated and ready to be used. The deionisation cartridges are part of the Veolia regeneration service. A new system, without cylinders/consumables, will cost approximately €30000.