The OPTI MXL4 Series of Water Distillers
is the latest in design of OPTI series of water distillation apparatuses.
The distiller's advanced design fail safe & maintenance free and its operation coupled with ruggedness built gives you the best in its class of service.Features
- Table Top model.
- Heavy Aluminum Base.
- Sturdy 3.3 Borosilicate Glass portion.
- High Purity PYROGEN FREE output.
- Highest Heat Transfer in its class.
- Failsafe device.
- Low maintenance.
- Easy to clean.
The OPTI-MXL4 yields an output of 4 ltrs /hr distilled water. The Distiller gives PYROGEN FREE output which is best suited for daily use in laboratories.
The unique Designed Glass portion enables optimum efficiency in distillate yield. A built- in 'clean' function and integral funnel makes cleaning operation simple and safe. A stopcock with PTFE key is fitted for easy draining.
All hose connections are threaded hence easy and safe for connecting and removal, thereby reducing the risk of breakages.
A special failsafe devise is embedded in the heater system, which ensures sufficient water level in the boiler and control over temperature in heater.
|Code reference||Conductivity||Water consumption||Voltage||Power||Output|
|OPTI-MXL4||2us/cm||70 - 80 ltrs./hr||220-240v||3kw||4 ltrs./hr|
Note:The pH of distilled water
Pure water whether from a still, deionizer or reverse osmosis system, is an excellent solvent and will quickly absorbs carbon dioxide from the air to form a very dilute solution of carbonic acid. In a water still this solution can form as the steam liquefies in the condenser resulting in a distillate output of pH of 5 - 6.5. This is a normal level which has little effect on most laboratory procedures.
A slightly acidic pH value does not mean that water is contaminated as the carbon dioxide level of less than one part per million will cause a pH of 5. It is vital to protect the water from the air otherwise the carbon dioxide will be absorbed quickly.We are successfully catering to the international markets of South-East Asia, SAARC Countries, Parts of Europe and Africa.