What is MTDS in water purifier?

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MTDS in water purifiers stands for “Manually Total Dissolved Solids” controller. It is a technology used in some water purifiers to adjust the taste of the water based on the source. Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) refer to the combined content of all inorganic and organic substances contained in a liquid; these can be molecular, ionized, or micro-granular suspended form. TDS levels in water can affect not only the taste but also the healthfulness of the water.

The MTDS controller allows users to regulate the purified water’s TDS level manually. If the water source changes or the user has a specific preference for TDS levels (for taste or health reasons), they can adjust the purifier accordingly. This feature is handy in areas where the TDS level of the incoming water supply can vary significantly. By changing the MTDS, users can ensure the water tastes good while removing undesirable contaminants.

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