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Veolia Water Technologies

Veolia Water Technologies


HP111JU High Wycombe
United Kingdom

Veolia Water Technologies UK (VWT UK) are the UK's leading, long established provider of water treatment solutions specialising in delivering high quality water purification systems and service support for a wide range of scientific applications. With over 80 years experience in water purification, we offer help and expertise at all stages, from conceptualising and finalising design, through to build, system installation and validation. We also play a proactive role with pure water standards organisations that develop and recommend laboratory water quality requirements. We deliver reliable and easy-to-install systems to meet all your laboratory water requirements.

We're able to help our customers achieve the laboratory water quality they need for their applications, using the latest technologies and we provide a wide range of service agreements to suit every requirement. With a team of nationwide engineers on hand 24/7, you can trust in VWT UK to provide you with a top quality service delivered in a cost effective way.


Product news

  • Bottled Water

    Water purification systems cut down on waste by allowing you to dispense the exact amount of water, when you need it.
    They increase the validity of your results by constantly monitoring and maintaining purity levels of your water
    They can save you a substantial amount of money. When using 10 litres a day of water, the cost in-house is as little as £1 compared to £55 for bottled pure water.


  • Types of Water

    The common applications for Pure and Ultra Pure water are:

    Pure Water: Types 2 and 2+ water. This type of water is typically used for general lab applications that do not require a higher level of water purity. Applications include stability tests, stainless steel autoclaves and histology.
    Ultra Pure Water: Type 1 water. This water has undergone a high level of purification in order to meet stringent water purity requirements. Applications include high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography (GC) and molecular biology.