What is TDS?
Have you ever heard the term TDS or someone asked you what is the TDS level of your water. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids. These are the total quantity of mobile charged ions, salts or metals, as well as minerals dissolved in a given volume of water. TDS is expressed in units of mg per unit volume of water (mg/L), also named as parts per million (ppm). Parts per Million (ppm) is the weight-to-weight ratio of any particle to water.
Now another question occurs “Where do dissolve salts come from?” when water travel through pipes used to distribute water to consumers it may also pick up metals like lead or copper. Dissolved solids come from inorganic materials like rocks and air that may contain bicarbonate, nitrogen, iron phosphorous, sulfur, and alternative minerals. Some dissolved solids come from organic sources like organism, leaves, sewage, silt and industrial waste.
So these excessive minerals should be removed from drinking water. Aquaguard drinking water filtration system removes excessive solids and gives you purest and safest form of drinking water.