Milli-Q® Ultrapure Water Solutions
Discover our expanded ultrapure system offer, designed for modern-day scientists
You now have more choice of Milli-Q® ultrapure (Type 1) systems to perfectly satisfy your laboratory needs — and constraints.
With any Milli-Q® ultrapure water system, you can be sure that every dispense is high quality. Both Milli-Q® IQ and EQ 7 series systems contain the same powerful combination of purification media to provide ultrapure water quality consistently to the trace level. You can fully rely on these systems to deliver consistent water quality for your sensitive experiments.
The Ultimate Lab Water Solution
Exceed your most demanding expectations – from improved productivity to reduced environmental impact.
Invest in Lab Efficiency
See how the Milli-Q® IQ 7000 system can change the way you work in the lab.
Flexibility that Adapts to Your Lab
The authentic Milli-Q® ultrapure experience, designed for modern-day scientists.
Review the comparison table below to understand the similarities and differences between Milli-Q® IQ and EQ 7 series ultrapure water systems.
The selection of the proper ultrapure water system for your laboratory will depend on several parameters, such as:
Contact our Application Specialists to discuss the ultrapure water system that’s best adapted to your needs.
Brochure: Milli-Q® IQ 7003/05/10/15 Ultrapure & Pure Water System
Brochure: Milli-Q® IQ 7000 Ultrapure Water System
Brochure: Milli-Q® EQ 7008/16 Ultrapure & Pure (RO) Water System
Brochure: Milli-Q® EQ 7000 Ultrapure Water System
Brochure: Milli-Q® IQ Element for Trace Elemental Analysis
Sustainability and Milli-Q® Lab Water Solutions
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Tech Article: Drinking Water Testing by Ion Chromatography using Ultrapure Water
Tech Article: Water for Silica-Sensitive Applications
Tech Article: Determination of Toxic Elements in Environmental Analyses
Tech Article: Determination of Elemental Impurities in Pharmaceuticals
Tech Article: Trace LC-MS/MS Analysis of Hormones in Tap Water
Tech Article: Water for Next-Generation Sequencing
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