Water Purification Systems

These point-of-use pure water systems include reverse osmosis systems and water polishing systems.

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WaterPro BT in use
WaterPro BT Benchtop System

WaterPro BT Systems produce both RO-purified and Type I water packaged in a compact all-in-one benchtop design. 

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WaterPro PS Polishing Systems

These point-of-use pure water systems deliver Type I, 18.2 megohm-cm water at a typical rate of 1.8 liters per minute.

WaterPro RO model 800
WaterPro RO Systems

These point-of-use pure water systems feature large capacity filters and membrane to deliver high-quality reverse osmosis (RO) purified water.

WaterPro Water Purification Systems provide point-of-use water for specific laboratory demands. Systems offered include:

Reverse osmosis systems • Water polishing systems • Benchtop water purification systems

Units include Type III reverse osmosis systems and polishing stations. Technologies used include carbon filtration, deionization, organic adsorption, ultrafiltration, ultraviolet exposure and microporous filtration. WaterPro PS Water Polishing Stations and WaterPro BT Bench Top units can produce Type I water with specialized models that produce low TOC or pyrogen-free water.

  • Get to know the WaterPro PS

    This video introduces the basics of the WaterPro PS Polishing System's various filter types. Learn how to operate the unit, and how to conduct routine maintenance.

  • Get to know the WaterPro RO

    Learn the basics of the WaterPro RO system's reverse osmosis water purification technology, how to operate the unit, and how to conduct routine maintenance.

  • Changing Filters on a Labconco WaterPro Water Purification System

    Tutorial video gives step by step instructions on how to change the filters on a WaterPro RO or WaterPro PS Water Purification System.


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WaterPro Water Purification Systems Catalog

Provides features and benefits, specifications, ordering information and dimensional data on WaterPro RO Systems and WaterPro PS Polishing Systems.

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WaterPro BT Water Purification Systems Brochure

This brochure contains ordering information on the WaterPro BT Water Purification Systems and accessories.

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WaterPro BT Free Filter Pack Claim Form

on 2014-05-01

Purchase a WaterPro BT Purification System and receive one Filter Pack FREE worth  $685.

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Sistemas de Purificación de Agua

Contiene información sobre los sistemas de purificación de agua, especificaciones, y diagrama dimensional.

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User's Manuals

WaterPro PS Polishing Systems

For models 9000520, 9000530, 9000540, 9000560, 9000570, 9000580, 9000521, 9000531, 9000541, 9000561, 9000571, 9000581, 9000620, 9000630, 9000640, 9000660, 9000670, 9000680, 9000621, 9000631, 9000641, 9000661, 9000671, 9000681, 9000720, 9000730, 9000740, 9000760, 9000770, 9000780, 9000721, 9000731, 9000741, 9000761, 9000771, 9000781, 9000722, 9000732, 9000742, 9000762, 9000772, 9000781

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WaterPro RO Systems Manual

For models 9075020, 9075030, 9075040, 9075060, 9075070 and 9075080

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WaterPro BT System Manual

Models: 90150 Series, 90151 Series

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WaterPro BT System with Remote Dispense Manual

Models: 90152 Series, 90153 Series 

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