TDS is a term that is often used, but many people are unsure of its meaning. What is TDS, or Total Dissolved Solids? TDS is the concentration of dissolved solids or particles in water. TDS includes inorganic salts like calcium, magnesium and sulfates as well as many other inorganic compounds that dissolve easily in water.
TDS can affect the water’s salinity. You may notice that your water tastes salty or is difficult to drink without purification. These dissolved solids can be harmful to your health, so they must be removed before you consume. Reverse Osmosis water purifiers (RO) are the best way to remove high TDS. An RO water purifier does not completely eliminate TDS but it reduces TDS levels to make the water more palatable and usable.
The source of your water may have different TDS levels. Borewell has a higher TDS level than Municipal Water or Tank water. TDS levels can vary from 50 to 2000ppm. TDS levels in water may not be harmful to human health. It is important to be able to distinguish between different levels of TDS.
What Is TDS In Water
TDS is the concentration of organic and inorganic substances dissolved in a certain volume of water. It refers to metals, minerals and ions. TDS of drinking waters are basically a measure of any substance that has not been dissolved in H2O. Total dissolved solids is formed when water comes in contact with soluble materials. TDS can be caused by a number of sources …