Total Dissolved Solids(TDS) are the total weight of all solids (minerals, salts, or metals ) that are dissolved in a given volume of water, expressed in milligrams per liter(mg/L), or In parts per million (PPM).The lower the TDS level in the water, the more efficiently your body's cells actually get hydrated by the water you drink, and the less junk you consume. The higher the TDS level in the water, the greater the probability of harmful contaminants that can pose health risks of hinder the absorption of water molecules on the cellular level.
The EPA'S maximum contaminant levels of TDS in secondary drinking water is 500mg/L(500PPM)
You know all those appliances that you use to get drinking water? Your fridge filter, Water Filtration Pitcher, Faucet Filter...they all tell you when to change the filter, and you go and buy it. You don't know if it's too late because you've used it too much, and you don't know if it's too early and you will waste your money by buying another one. Well, using this little device, you can make your own decision as to when to change your filter. You can definitely save buying several filters per year by using this tool.
DRINK HEALTHIER WATER
Is all bottled water good for you? Is bottled water better than tap? Is tea kettle boiled water a safe choice for your family? The shocking answers to these questions you will discover first hand by testing the water you and your family uses daily in comfort of your own home with this simple device. The easy to read display will clearly show you the path towards a healthy water intake by giving you the information which you can use to make safe and accurate decisions.
Some of the results will surprise you as they have surprised our team of testers who have concluded in one of the experiments that water you have boiled in your kitchen kettle is far worse than the one coming out of your own faucet due to the buildup which has accumulated on the walls of this previously assumed to be safe appliance.
We've also tested various bottled water brands, and found that the difference in some cases is monumental! Anywhere from 13ppm to 126ppm while faucet water average was 115ppm. You will quickly find yourself questioning the reason for purchasing bottled water that is less pure than the one you can get from your own faucet.
Having this information available to you at your home on demand could make a difference in your family's wellbeing. Don't delay - water is the ONLY thing we cannot survive without, so make sure that water is the ONLY thing that you are putting in your body.