According to the World Health Organization, TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids. TDS in water refers to the total concentration of dissolved substances in water.
The presence of dissolved solids in water is a natural occurrence and can vary significantly depending on the water source and its geographical location.
TDS in drinking water can vary widely. The presence of total dissolved solids in water generally affects palatability and drinking water quality.
This water is relatively pure, containing few dissolved substances. It may lack some essential minerals but is often preferred for its clean taste.
Most tap water falls into this range. It typically contains a balanced mix of minerals and is considered safe and palatable for consumption.