Measuring the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) count in water allows you to get a quick estimate of how much dissolved matter you have in your water. Water with high TDS readings may appear cloudy, though it does not always have to.
In drinking water settings, high TDS levels may mean cloudy water and possibly mean that water may stain or leave deposits adfter it dries.
In swimming pools cloudy water may result and pool chemicals such as granular chlorine and chlorine tablets may not dissolve properly. As a general rule underchlorinated pool water can become aesthetically displeasing (also known as ‘green’ because of an algae problem) and potentially unsafe to swim in.
Total Dissolved Solids Meter (TDS) Total Dissolved Solids Meter
Measure the Total Dissolved Solids level of your swimming pool water quickly and accurately. TDS meter for swimming pool water is easy to use. Many more pool water test kits available at In The Swim. Your Cost: $129.99
Total Dissolved Solids Meter (TDS) Calibration Fluid
Use this Total Dissolved Solids calibration fluid to keep your total dissolved solids testing meter properly calibrated so that you get accurate total dissolved solids readings each time you use your TDS meter. Your Cost: $4.99
|TDS Meter: Digital Pen Style 10 to 9990ppm (TDS503) ATC with Calibration Solution, Screwdriver & Hard Case||TDS503||$69.99|
|Water Purity Tester, Pen Style (WPT100) WaterProof with Protective Cap & Battery||WPT100||$32.95|
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