Planning Commission Meeting|
|Date:||March 1st, 2007 03:48 am (UTC)|| |
Re: No dH2O in the PRB
And it could be yours, too, for the measley price of $8,517.14, through Fisher Scientific.
Their discount for OSU takes it down to $6,975.71, which is probably about what my boss paid for it last year.
This does not count the several hundred dollars every 180 days for a new set of filters, cartridges and other consumables.
This is only for the Milli-Q Gradient final unit that polishes the water to the 18 MegaOhms/cm. I haven't priced out the set of Elix etc. upstream of the Gradient.