Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), the measurement is given in parts per million (PPM).
With this meter, you will know how many non-water particles are in the sample.
These solids can be:
- Heavy and light metals.
- Bacteria and microbes.
- Another contaminant that is probably not a friend of your body.
Extremely pure water has 10 to 50 PPM.
Those PPMs (10-50) should be minerals that are good for your body at that level.
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"I wouldn't drink a water if I know it has more than 100 PPMs."
Usually TDS is used to measure conductivity, which is the ability of water to conduct electricity. This capacity is directly proportional to the amount of solids it carries in solution.