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Water Purification Systems
State of Laboratory Technology 2015 - Vol. 4 No. 7 - Page #16

The quality of water necessary for use in the clinical laboratory varies based on application, but in many cases, highly purified water is required to maintain the integrity of specimen analysis and diagnosis. As with temperature monitoring, water purification systems may blend into the background of clinical lab operations; nevertheless, they remain integral to quality and performance. A solid 83% of facilities give high ratings to their water purification systems, a reflection of the quality products available from a wide array of vendors.


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