TD Series Stills
Distilled Water—The Universal standard for Pure Water.
For centuries, distilled water has been the accepted standard for
pure water throughout the world. Its use has been recommended or
specified for literally hundreds of important applications, form
the preparation of water for injectables to critical rinsing steps
in the manufacture of electronic components. Today, distillation
continues to be the most accepted and most widely used method of
providing pure water for science, medicine and industry.
The basic advantages that distillation offers are found in the
inherent simplicity and reliability of the process. In distillation,
impurities are separated from water through the fundamental processes
of evaporation and condensation. Since water stills rely on these
controlled changes of phase rather than on chemical or other complex
techniques, the equipment is very understandable both in operation
and in maintenance. And unlike other methods, distillation does
not require replacement or regeneration of purification media.
Distillation also continues to be the only “single process”
that consistently delivers pure water acceptable for biomedical
applications. In contrast to ion exchange which removes only ionized
impurities but not organics and bacteria, and reverse osmosis which
is only effective in the 90% range, distillation offers generally
acceptable removal of all water impurities, including pyrogen contamination.
USEP Distillation Systems—Standard in Distilled Water Production.
U.S. Engineered Products Thermodynamic Distillation Systems are
recognized the world over for their superior performance and trouble
free operation. Utilizing many unique principles, Thermodynamic
stills maximize the basic advantages of distillation in a design
that affords both space-saving economy and unmatched flexibility
for future expansion. Backed by a complete selection of options
and accessories, Thermodynamic stills can be tailored to virtually
Four Thermodynamic families are available in capacity ranges of
15-60 and 50-200 gallons per hour. Within these ranges, Thermodynamic
stills are expandable in increments of 15 and 50 gallons per hour,
Each series offers literally hundreds of product configurations
to meet specific feedwater, end use, capital outlay and expansion
criteria. Match your requirements to one of U.S. Engineered Products
standard Thermodynamic models or select components to design the
Thermodynamic system that best satisfies your particular needs.
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