Laboratory water stills, or distillers, are specialized equipment used to produce purified water through the process of distillation. Distillation involves heating water to its boiling point, then collecting and condensing the resulting steam to obtain pure water, leaving behind impurities and contaminants. Pure water is very important for laboratory work, as any contaminations may result in imprecise results. By producing high-quality purified water, laboratory water stills play a crucial role in ensuring the accuracy and reliability of scientific experiments and analyses across various industries. Lauda laboratory water stills are designed to produce purified water through the process of distillation, ensuring a reliable source of high-purity water for various laboratory applications. As with other water stills, Lauda water stills work by heating water to its boiling point, collecting the resulting steam, and condensing it back into liquid form, leaving behind impurities and contaminants.