Stuart® Merit Water Still - W4000

Stuart® Merit Water Still - W4000
B8A90797

Product code: B8A90797

Direct Delivery – up to 4 weeksDelays Possible Due To COVID-19
GBP848.99
GBP1018.79 inc VAT
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Product Description

The Merit W4000 is the ideal choice for budget conscious laboratories that can't afford to compromise on quality. It combines economy and high performance with a host of other features which comparable stills cannot match. Built in acid addition funnel and drain stopcock allow easy descaling without dismantling the glassware. The unique condenser design ensures that the droplets of distilled water remain in contact with the cooling coil for the longest possible time producing cold distilled water and pre-heating the boiler feed to increase efficiency. Screw threads are incorporated on all water connections so hoses can be fitted and removed easily and safely without risk of breakage. Safety features include two independent safety thermostats to prevent over heating in the event of failure of the water supply. The stand is pre-drilled to facilitate wall mounting.

The borosilicate glass boiler is fitted with a 3kW chromium plated heater, producing distillate flow rates of up to 4 litres per hour which is ideal for the busy laboratory. Its robust metal stand allows A thermostatic cut-out has been incorporated in its design.

  • Non-Automated System - Does not have an auto cut off function
  • Output: 4 litres per hour
  • Water consumption: 1 litre per minute
  • Distillate: Pyrogen-free
  • Conductivity: 2.0 - 3.0 µScm-1
  • Temperature: 25-35°C
  • Electrical supply: 220-240V, 50-60Hz
  • Dimensions: 470 x 150 x 450mm, width x depth x height
  • Mass: 6kg

Further Information

Brand
Stuart
Conductivity, Scm-1
3.0 - 4.0
Dimensions, (w x d x h)
500 x 150 x 450mm
Output
4L p/h
Output Flow Rate
4L per hour
Power requirement
3kW
Resistivity, mOhm-cm
0.25 - 0.3
Robust
Glass construction with long life metal heating element
Safety
Two independent safety thermostats
Temperature
25 - 35 Deg C
Versatile
Bench or wall mounting
Water supply
1 litre per min, 3-100psi, (20-700kPa)

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GBP848.99
GBP1018.79 inc VAT
Quantity:
Direct Delivery – up to 4 weeksDelays Possible Due To COVID-19

The Merit W4000 is the ideal choice for budget conscious laboratories that can't afford to compromise on quality. It combines economy and high performance with a host of other features which comparable stills cannot match. Built in acid addition funnel and drain stopcock allow easy descaling without dismantling the glassware. The unique condenser design ensures that the droplets of distilled water remain in contact with the cooling coil for the longest possible time producing cold distilled water and pre-heating the boiler feed to increase efficiency. Screw threads are incorporated on all water connections so hoses can be fitted and removed easily and safely without risk of breakage. Safety features include two independent safety thermostats to prevent over heating in the event of failure of the water supply. The stand is pre-drilled to facilitate wall mounting.

The borosilicate glass boiler is fitted with a 3kW chromium plated heater, producing distillate flow rates of up to 4 litres per hour which is ideal for the busy laboratory. Its robust metal stand allows A thermostatic cut-out has been incorporated in its design.

  • Non-Automated System - Does not have an auto cut off function
  • Output: 4 litres per hour
  • Water consumption: 1 litre per minute
  • Distillate: Pyrogen-free
  • Conductivity: 2.0 - 3.0 µScm-1
  • Temperature: 25-35°C
  • Electrical supply: 220-240V, 50-60Hz
  • Dimensions: 470 x 150 x 450mm, width x depth x height
  • Mass: 6kg

Further Information

Brand
Stuart
Conductivity, Scm-1
3.0 - 4.0
Dimensions, (w x d x h)
500 x 150 x 450mm
Output
4L p/h
Output Flow Rate
4L per hour
Power requirement
3kW
Resistivity, mOhm-cm
0.25 - 0.3
Robust
Glass construction with long life metal heating element
Safety
Two independent safety thermostats
Temperature
25 - 35 Deg C
Versatile
Bench or wall mounting
Water supply
1 litre per min, 3-100psi, (20-700kPa)

Documents

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