What is a TDS Meter and What Does It Measure?
TDS is an abbreviation for Total Dissolved Solids (in a liquid), including organic and inorganic substances. TDS is generally expressed in parts per million (ppm). The TDS measurement is a better reflection of the total mineral content of the water rather than an exact measure of water hardness.
A TDS meter is an excellent tool to test the quality of your water. If you’re using an RO or DI water purification system, the TDS meter is a must have!
1 ppm = 0.058 grains/US gallon
A reading of 0-50 TDS is optimal for blending your soaps and rinsing without spotting. This is 3 or fewer grains of hardness.
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