Cole-Parmer Ion Exchange Filter Cartridge, universal

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Cole-Parmer Item # WZ-01506-25
Purify water up to 15 M-cm
  • Design your system with any combination of four different cartridges.
  • Produces water equivalent to single-distilled water

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£100.83GBP / Each
£121.00GBP (incl VAT)
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Cole-Parmer Ion Exchange Filter Cartridge, research
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SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Capacity (grains)1600 as Calcium Carbonate
  • FunctionProduces water equivalent to single-distilled water
  • ApplicationsProduces water equivalent to single-distilled water
  • Min Inlet Pressure (PSI)5
  • Max Inlet Pressure (PSI)100
  • Min Inlet Pressure (bar)0.3
  • Max Inlet Pressure (bar)6.9
  • Max Temperature (° F)75
  • Max Temperature (° C)23.9
  • Max Flow Rate (LPM)27.3
  • Max Flow Rate (GPH)7.2
  • Diameter (in)3.25
  • Length (in)18.75
  • DescriptionIon-X-Changer Filter Cartridge, universal

Key Features

  • Design your system with any combination of four different cartridges.
  • Produces water equivalent to single-distilled water

More About this Item

Our four grades of disposable ion exchange filter cartridges withstand water pressue as high as 100 psi for safe hookup to any laboratory tap water system. Cartridge resins turn amber to indicate when cartridges need to be changed. All cartridges must be used with mounting brackets (order separately). Store water using the accumulator cartridge for faster dispensing.

Suggested System Combinations
A) One Adsorber and one Universal cartridge combination produces water free of all ionized constituents except free CO2 and silica.
B) Two Universal and two Research cartridges operating in tandem increase deionization capacity by 15%. Recommended for use with water that has a mineral salt concentration of 10 grains per gallon or more. When cartridges are mounted in pairs, use until the left cartridge is spent. Then, shift the right cartridge to the left side and replace the right side with a new cartridge. High water quality is retained.
C) Metex removes ≥99% of metallic ion, ammonia, and other cations. useful for power plants and for recovery of precious metals.

Universal cartridge produces water equivalent to single-distilled water, removing all ionized constituents (including NO3–, PO4–, and NH3OH) except free CO2 and silica. Capacity is 1600 grains expressed as CaCO3.

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Cole-Parmer Ion-X-Changer Filter Cartridge, universal
 
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5.0

Universal Cartridge uses

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from S&C Electric Company, Chicago, IL

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Pros

  • Easy To Assemble/Install
  • Functional
  • Stores Items Safely
  • Well Constructed

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Environmental Chambers
    • In The Lab
    • Research
    • Salt Fog System

    Comments about Cole-Parmer Ion-X-Changer Filter Cartridge, universal:

    The Universal Cartridges are great for keeping the Water Clean in the CSZ Environmental Chambers that we use for Tests that we conduct such as for Rain, Ice, Humidity and Florida Rain Cycle Tests. We have neen buying the Universal Cartridges for as long as I can remember from Cole Parmer and will continue to do so.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Would buy this product again!

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    from Puyallup, WA

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    Pros

    • Accurate

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • In The Lab

      Comments about Cole-Parmer Ion-X-Changer Filter Cartridge, universal:

      This product was as advertised...easy to install and easy to use!

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      • Q:

        I see here you say they go in the order of of . . . 1) universal, 2) research, and; 3) adsorber. In the catalogue it says the adsorber is for pretreatment so shouldn't the adsorber cartridge go first?
        Asked on 3/31/2016 by Lauch

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        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          The order really depends on the application and/or preference. Many customers have put the absorber first, but it should not matter since the water would still be going through the other Ion X Changers

          Answered on 3/31/2016 by Anthony from Technical Support
      • Q:

        I'm interested in buying an absorber/universal combination for one of our teaching labs and I would like to know, on average, how often would I have to change out the universal cartridge before I have to exchange the absorber.
        Asked on 3/15/2016 by S. Lee

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        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          It is difficult to say how often because the duration the cartridges can last before changing will depend on a multitude of factors such as the water supply, pressure, flow, etc. The point where you should be changing the cartridge is when the color change has reached approximately half way through the cartridge itself.

          Answered on 3/16/2016 by Rishi from Technical Support
      • Q:

        I have 1 of each of the cartridges. 1 universal, 1 adsorber, 1 metex, and 1 research. In what order do I install these cartridges?
        Asked on 11/9/2015 by Gelo from Philippines

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          A:

          It is recommended to install the universal first, the research 2nd, the adsorber 3rd, and metex 4th.

          Answered on 11/9/2015 by Dan from Technical Support
      • Q:

        Is there an MSDS on this product?
        Asked on 9/4/2014 by Erica

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        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          There is not a MSDS available for this product as it is considered an article and is non-hazardous.

          Answered on 9/4/2014 by Jay from Technical Support
      • Q:

        We are using a four cartridge setup, 2 research, 1 adsorber, and 1 universal. What sequence should they be in to get the highest quality water.
        Asked on 10/4/2013 by MarkM

        1 answer

        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          Between the adsorber and universal cartridges: it really doesn't matter which is upstream -- although having the universal first may be slightly more efficient. Running the universal and the research cartridges in series will take mitigate any change in pH resulting from CO2. So, we would recommend: 1) universal, 2) research, and; 3) adsorber.

          Answered on 10/4/2013 by James from Technical Support
      • Q:

        Why is there an Expiration date on the box of these cartriges?
        Asked on 9/4/2013 by Ray from Albuquerque, NM

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        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          The deionizer cartridge can become less effective over time, so we recommend using it by the printed date.

          Answered on 9/6/2013 by Jack from Technical Support
      • Q:

        What is the proper way to dispose of spent cartridges?
        Asked on 4/17/2012 by Bolivar Shagnasty from Denver

        1 answer

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          A:

          Filters are safe to be discarded in the trash after they are used up.

          Answered on 4/19/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
      • Q:

        I need to reduce the inflow solute concentration to a humidifier [integrated in home heating/cooling system] to reduce the rate of scale formation. What is the capacity of these columns? Inflow water in on the order of 400-600 mg/l [Res. 180], depending on utility operations. Can you suggest alternative solution[s]?
        Asked on 4/30/2011 by geochemist from tucson

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        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          This unit is rated for a capacity of 1600 grains (1 grain = 0.065g). If your water supply has a hardness of 600mg/L then the capacity is (1600*0.065)/0.600 = 173.33L of purified water.

          Answered on 5/2/2011 by Josh from Technical Support
      • Q:

        Can the Universal be used as pretreatment for Ca ion removal from a potable water source for an ice machine? We have trouble with scale buildup on the ice discharge chute and want to install it ahead of a standard water filter on the inlet of the ice machine. Would the ion exchange resin adversely affect the taste? Would the NSF approve?
        Asked on 11/4/2010 by CB Iceman from Houston, TX

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        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          This product is designed to produce high purity laboratory water, it is not intended for human consumption.

          Answered on 11/8/2010 by Jack from Technical Support
      • Q:

        Can you tell me if this cartridge will purify water less to than 2 microS/cm or 500,000 ohms-cm?
        Asked on 10/12/2010 by claudia from west Hartford, Ct

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          A:

          This cartridge, if used in series with the other recommended cartridges, will produce up to 15 megaohm-cm water. This cartridge's performance on its own depends on the feed water among other variables. Please contact our technical application specialists for additional assistance (contact information can be found in the "contact us" section on the web page).

          Answered on 10/14/2010 by Jack from Technical Support
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