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Protecting Clinical Output from Water Risks

Why purity is key

When lives are at stake, there is no margin for error. Your clinical analyser must receive a constant and reliable supply of CLRW™ (Clinical Laboratory Reagent Water) regardless of the quality of the feedwater available. The CLRW guideline is a widely adopted standard for in vitro diagnostics applications. It aims to guarantee the use of a basic level of water purity so that clinical chemistry assays can be run consistently with minimum risk to the analyser and the clinical test results.

The potential impact on your lab of using impure water in your clinical analyser is huge. It can result in lengthy and costly downtime, due to the need for extensive cleaning, and for parts to be replaced.

Download the brochure now to learn more about how to guarantee water purity in your lab. 

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