The Barnstead Bantam demineralizer purifies water by ion exchange or can remove organic impurities by selective adsorption. It comes with a conductivity meter and plastic tubing to connect to the water line. Cartridges are sold separately.
A demineralizer (deionizer) purifies water by ion exchange or can remove organic impurities by selective adsorption. By selecting the proper cartridge, a science teacher can prepare the water needed for the laboratory. The Barnstead demineralizer is equipped with a conductivity meter to accurately indicate the quality of the water being produced. When the cartridge is exhausted, the meter moves into the red colored sector of the dial to alert you to change the cartridge. The demineralizer is connected to the water line using a provided 7-foot length of plastic tubing. Control valves are built into the base for inlet and outlet water. Unit can be used on a bench. Screws are provided for wall mounting. The demineralizer is shipped without a cartridge. Cartridges for this demineralizer are available separately.
Flow Rate: 10 gallons per hour Exchange Capacity: See cartridge description Plumbing Connections: All (inlet, outlet, drain) ¼" outer diameter tubing Overall Dimensions: 6" W × 8-3/8" D × 28½" H Electrical Requirements: 115 V, 50/60 Hz, 1 phase; provided with a 5½' electrical cord and plug