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Here’s an approach to purifying water that also clears up confusion.

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Step #1: Find out which USP regulations you need to meet.

If you use ultrapure water, you’re faced with a bewildering array of constantly-evolving regulations, requirements and standards that are enforced by everyone from state and federal governments to customers and trade associations. And even a minor infraction can result in anything from a costly fine to lost income, or even a complete shutdown.

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Keeping up with it all is, literally, a full-time job. Odds are, however, that it’s only one of your many responsibilities.

That’s where a water treatment expert comes in.

An expert will research your application, processes, and all the other requirements and conditions that impact your regulatory environment, and then use that data to determine precisely which regulations you must meet.

But clarifying your regulatory requirements will only clear up part of the confusion.

6 Ways to Improve Dialysis Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness… With a Single Solution

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If you’re using chemical disinfection technologies for your dialysis water and bicarbonate loops, there’s a new system you’ll want to consider: Ozone Disinfection System.

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OZONE is the newest and most effective way to disinfect. It is an FDA 510K / ISO registered medical device that meets all IEC UL standards and offers six very big operational advantages over other current disinfection technologies.

1. OZONE systems replace expensive, hazardous chemicals with aqueous ozone, the most effective disinfectant for water and bicarb that’s currently available. The cost savings – and the reduced risk to staff who are now handling dangerous chemicals – are reasons enough to consider this technology.

2. The OZONE system’s corona discharge process quickly produces 10 grams per hour, effectively reducing disinfection time by 50% over chemicals. As a result, ozone will disinfect an entire dialysis water system in less than one hour.

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