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Carolina Liquid Chemistries Corp. Introduces Line of Water Systems for Clinical Chemistry Analyzers

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 07 Oct 2021
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Image: Laboratory water systems from Carolina Liquid Chemistries (Photo courtesy of Carolina Liquid Chemistries, Corp.)
Image: Laboratory water systems from Carolina Liquid Chemistries (Photo courtesy of Carolina Liquid Chemistries, Corp.)

Carolina Liquid Chemistries, Corp. (CLC, Greensboro, NC, USA) has introduced a new line of laboratory water systems to the US market. The water system is offered in two models for compatibility with a variety of automated clinical analyzers.

Carolina markets its own CLC Family of Clinical Chemistry Analyzers along with chemistry, hematology, and immunoassay analyzers from other manufacturers. Most analyzer installations call for a deionizing water system. To achieve high throughput, these analyzers are often installed with a laboratory water system that provides a steady supply of laboratory grade deionized water from a municipal water source to be used at various stages of operation. The new water system models from Carolina offer a compelling combination of cost-effectiveness, low maintenance, and high-quality.

Both water system models occupy less than two square feet of floor space and ride on casters for ease of maintenance. They both offer a host of quality control features, operate at low power and low noise, and use easy-to-replace filters. The smaller model produces up to 40 liters/hour for compatibility with, among others, the CLC800, AU480, and AU680 clinical chemistry analyzers. The larger model produces up to 80 liters/hour to meet the needs of high-volume clinical chemistry analyzers such as the CLC1600.

"We're always looking for ways to reduce cost and increase quality for our laboratory customers," said Phillip Shugart, CEO of Carolina Liquid Chemistries. "These new water systems fit perfectly into that value proposition. There is a tremendous need for a low cost, high quality water system."

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