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Level Of TDS Parts Per Million (ppm)

- Aug 04, 2018 -


Between 50 - 150

Excellent ( For everyone )

150 - 250

Good ( for athletes)

250 – 300

Fair (Might be bad for kidneys)

300 - 500

Poor (Might be very bad for kidneys)

Above 1,200


Sources of TDS

Some dissolved solids come from organic sources such as leaves, silt, plankton, and industrial waste and sewage. Other sources come from runoff from urban areas, road salts used on street during the winter, and fertilisers and pesticides used on lawns and farms. Dissolved solids also come from inorganic materials such as rocks and air that may contain calcium bicarbonate, nitrogen, iron phosphorous, sulphur, and other minerals. Many of these materials form salts, which are compounds that contain both a metal and a non-metal. Salts usually dissolve in water forming ions. Ions are particles that have a positive or negative charge. Water may also pick up metals such as lead or copper as they travel through pipes used to distribute water to consumers

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