Arium® Mini Ultrapure Water Systems

Compact Ultrapure Water Systems for 10 Liters per Day

Compact Arium® Mini laboratory water systems have been designed for Type 1 ultrapure water requirements of 10 liters per day and are ideal for use in preparation of buffers, media and samples, both in life sciences applications and in analytical laboratory procedures.

A large, touch activated screen and intuitive menu navigation ensure exceptionally easy operation. Regardless of your type of feed water available, use Arium® Mini or Arium® Mini Plus featuring our unique bagtank technology or connect Arium® Mini Essential directly to your deionized water supply line in the lab.

Arium mini ultrapure water system
Reliable

Delivers consistently high water quality for reliable and reproducible results; optionally available with UV lamp

Innovative

Depending on the model type, with unique Bagtank technology to save you from the hassle of time-consuming tank cleaning

Intuitive

Easy to operate using the touch-activated color display; with direct access to all important dispensing options

Compact

Space-saving footprint with a width of only 28 cm to easily fit in any lab environment

The Right Arium® Mini Version for Your Daily Applications

Feed Water

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Tap Water

 

Pretreated water (RO | DI line)

 

Pretreated water (from supply container)

 

Purified Water

Type 1

 

 

 

Type 3

 

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Buffer and media preparation

 

 

 

Histology

 

 

 

Preparation of reagents, blank samples, etc.

 

 

 

ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay)

 

 

 

AAS | GF-AAS (atomic absorption spectrometry)

 

 

 

Photometry

 

 

 

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SPE (solid phase extraction)

 

IC (ion chromatography)

 

ICP-MS (inductively coupled with plasma mass spectrometry)

 

GS-MS (gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry)

 

HPLC (high-performance liquid chromatography)

 

LC-MS (liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry)

 

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Electrophoresis

 

Endotoxin analysis

 

Immunocytochemistry

 

PCR | RT-PCR (polymerase chain reaction)

 

DNA Sequencing

 

Nutrient media for mammalian cell culture

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

The main difference is the feed water source and its connections. The Arium® Mini is independent of any pipework or pretreated water connections, instead using a Bag as intermediate storage that is manually filled from a vessel. The system then uses pretreated water from the Bag to produce ultrapure water. A Bag is also used with the Mini Plus, as this is a combined water purification system. This means you connect the system directly to a tap water connection. The system includes a pretreatment system which leads pretreated water to the Bag for intermediate storage before producing ultrapure water. With Mini Essential, you can connect directly to a pretreated water line for producing ultrapure water.

Depending on the system version of the Arium® Mini, some or all of the following techniques are used to produce ultrapure water: Adsorption by spherical activated carbon, catalyst, reverse osmosis, ion exchange, optional UV irradiation and point-of-use particle-removing filtration | sterile filtration.

All Arium® Mini versions can be used with an external point-of-use Arium® Cellplus ultrafilter (H2O-CUF). The ultrafilter removes for example RNase, DNase and endotoxins that can be critical in some life science applications.

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All Arium® Mini versions can be ordered with or without an integrated UV-light.

The general recommended daily ultrapure water consumption for the Arium® Mini family is up to 10 L. If you have very high-quality feed water, the system can be used for higher ultrapure water consumption per day. However, trained Sartorius engineers should be consulted beforehand, otherwise the consumables may be exhausted earlier than intended.

You can find information regarding recommended changing intervals in the user manual. Depending on the consumable, the changing interval may differ. Consumables might need to be changed more often if the feed water specification is out of scope, or the recommended daily consumption is higher than recommended. 

Yes, you can determine quality limits for ultrapure water. If the quality values are exceeded, a warning message will be shown on the display. For critical analysis, you can also enable a function that stops you from being able to dispense ultrapure water if the warning message is active.

Trained Sartorius engineers can perform installations for you. During installation they can also perform qualification steps, IQ/OQ, to make sure everything is running within specifications. Service contracts are also available to help keep the performance of your Arium® Mini system optimal with preventive maintenance checks and consumable changes.

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