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Which water purifier should you buy if your water has high TDS?

By Pureit Water | February 16, 2021
Water TDS level

Wondering which water purifier to buy for high TDS? Here’s the guide to help you choose the best water purifier for your home.

 

Water is the most essential nutrient and plays a vital role in a human body. Every system in the body, from cells to tissues requires water to function. Consuming safe drinking water and in the right amount is extremely important for health and well-being of everyone in the family. Drinking sufficient water and being hydrated reduces health ailments and helps you stay fit, along with offering host of other benefits.

But what if your drinking water contains impurities and dissolved solids? Let’s understand.

 

What does TDS or Total Dissolved Solid Mean?


Total Dissolved Solids or TDS is a concentration of dissolved particles or solids in water. TDS comprises of inorganic salts such as calcium, magnesium, chlorides, sulphates, bicarbonates, etc, along with many more inorganic compounds that easily dissolve in water. The TDS levels indicate how much concentration of these dissolved solids are present in your source of water.

 

What is the impact of high TDS in water?

 

TDS in water is not necessarily bad and can be healthy if it’s present in regulated amount. Water with less than 300ppm TDS is safe for consumption. However, if the TDS levels of water get higher, it becomes difficult to consume the water because of its saline taste. As per WHO, if the TDS is greater than 1000ppm, the water can be unsafe for consumption as it may contain higher amount of sulphate, chlorides, and other minerals.

High TDS in water also impacts household fixtures, corrodes, and stains pipes and leaves deposits on fixtures, leading to more frequent replacement of these.

 

Which water purifier should you buy for water which has high TDS?

While there are various water purifiers available in the market with different purification technologies, an RO water purifier is the most effective purification method for removing excess TDS from water. 

An RO or Reverse Osmosis water purifier removes excess TDS along with various other harmful chemicals through its semi-permeable membrane to give pure and sweet tasting drinking water. High quality RO water purifiers remove up to 90% of TDS from water to make it potable and enhance its taste.


Why should you choose a Pureit RO water purifier for High TDS?

 

1) 100% Safe and Pure Drinking Water

Pureit RO water purifiers with its Advanced 7 stages of RO+UV+MF water purification give you 100% pure, safe, and sweet tasting drinking water. The different stages of filtration are effective against harmful virus, bacteria, pesticides, chemicals, odor, and other impurities.

 

2) 100% RO Purified Water

Pureit offers 100% RO Purification, which means entire input water passes through RO membrane for purification. Unlike other water purifiers, that can bypass some water directly through UV purification without first purifying it through an RO membrane.

100% RO purification ensures 100% input water passes through semi-permeable membrane, making it safe for consumption without any virus, bacteria, chemicals, and excess TDS.

 

3) Mineral Enrichment

To fortify purified water with minerals, Pureit RO water purifiers come with mineral cartridge that add back essential minerals like Calcium and Magnesium into your purified water.

 

4) Advanced Features

Pureit RO water purifiers come with advanced features like Double Purity Lock that has an Advanced Filter Change Alert that warns you 15 days before filter expiry along with an Auto Shut-OffTM feature that automatically shuts off your device if the GKK is not replaced despite warning. This ensures that you and your family never run out of pure water to drink

 

5) High Water Saving

While most of the RO water purifiers waste up to 2.3 glasses for every glass of purified water, Pureit Eco Range of Mineral RO water purifiers waste only 0.7 glass for each glass of purified water. Pureit Eco water purifiers come with a high recovery rate of 60% compared to the average 25-30% recovery rate of other water purifiers, giving you Highest Water Saving.  

 

Along with the reasons listed above, Pureit RO water purifiers come with several other benefits. Hence, if your source of water has high TDS, you must choose an RO water purifier for your home to ensure safe and pure drinking water for your family’s health and well-being. 

FAQs

  • What is TDS in water?

    TDS or Total Dissolved Solid mainly refers to any kind of organic or inorganic matter that is found in water. In drinking water TDS, inorganic matter consists of dissolved calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, bicarbonates, chlorides, and sulfates.

  • How much TDS in water is good for health?

    The water TDS level which is considered more suitable for consumption is below 300 milligram/liter.

  • What should be the TDS of drinking water?

    The TDS level for drinking water is safe to be consumed if it’s within the suggested limits. As per WHO TDS levels below 600ppm is considered safe for consumption. However, TDS levels above 300ppm can be difficult to consume as the water may taste hard or slightly salty.

  • How to check home water TDS?

    You can measure TDS at home using a TDS meter. It is a hand-held device that indicates Total Dissolved Solids present in the water. You can call for a service technician to check and advise on your water level TDS.

  • How to reduce TDS in water?

    Reverse Osmosis or RO water purification is the most effective way of reducing and balancing TDS in water. The dissolved solids like calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium cations and carbonate, hydrogencarbonate, chloride, sulfate, etc get trapped in the fine RO membrane, enabling only purified and sweet tasting drinking water to pass through it.

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