The Aquarius® Deionized (DI) Water Heater is the perfect solution for high purity DI Water heating applications where accurate temperature control is required. The Power-to-Flow Control® feature found in the Aquarius provides one of the most accurate temperature control available in a DI water heating system, and eliminates undesirable overshoots or drops in temperature due to inadequate PID controllers. The Aquarius I system is engineered to deliver high flows of continuous, at-temperature, hot DI water. With models from 40kW to 200kW available, the Aquarius system provides an operational cost savings by reducing the need for multiple heaters.
Aquarius® Deionized (DI) Water Heater System
Since 1982, the Fluidix Steam Driven Deionized Water Heater System from Heateflex has offered the semiconductor industry a low-cost alternative to using electricity to heat large volumes of DI water. Immersion heaters and all other heaters are field-tested and verified for reliability, and feature a long-life expectancy of more than 10 years. Fluidix equipment heats over 400 million gallons of DI water a year throughout the semiconductor industry, and many of the original units are still in production. The PVDF/PFA wetted flow path in the Fluidix heater ensures the highest levels of DI water purity, and uniform process temperatures are maintained via PLC/touchscreen controls. Models are available with flow rates from 15 to 50 gallons-per-minute, and with temperature heating ranges from 20 to 91 degrees C.
Fluidix® Steam Driven Deionized (DI) Water Heater System
The DEMETER™ is a highly traceable food microbiology testing lab instrument that automates the Media Preparation steps in the food testing process, resulting in both higher lab productivity and increased testing accuracy. DEMETER™ delivers versatile flexibility for a lab, allowing it to run multiple tests with different media, and eliminating the need for an autoclave to heat and sterilize the test media. The system features a bar code scanner that records sample information from each test into an internal buffer that can be interfaced to a lab information management system (LIMS). This feature streamlines the recordkeeping needed to maintain yearly lab accreditation per ISO 17025:2005 standards, and to the increased regulatory compliance resulting from the passage of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
DEMETER™ Food Microbiology Media Preparation System