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TDS And pH Water Quality Test Pen Set

TDS And pH Water Quality Test Pen Set

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Accurate TDS and pH measurements with our pen set for comprehensive water testing. Easy-to-read display, long battery life, and wide applicability for various water sources.

🔍 Accurate Measurements

Provides precise readings of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and pH levels in water.

🌡️ Dual Functionality

Can measure both TDS levels and pH levels, offering comprehensive water testing.

📊 Easy-to-Read Display

Clear LCD screen displays TDS and pH readings for easy interpretation.

🔋 Long Battery Life

Equipped with a long-lasting battery for extended use without frequent replacements.

💧 Wide Application

Suitable for testing various water sources, including tap water, drinking water, and aquarium water.

🛠️ User-Friendly Design

Simple and intuitive design makes it easy for anyone to use and understand the results.

Whats Included

1 x pH Water Quality Test Pen

1 x TDS Water Quality Test Pen

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Why You Need To Test Your Water

Ensuring the quality of your water is crucial for not only your health and well-being but also your family's.

Water testing helps identify any contaminants, minerals, or impurities present in your water supply. These contaminants can include harmful bacteria, heavy metals, chemicals, and other substances that may be affecting your health.

Identifying these contaminants through water testing allows you to take necessary steps to improve water quality, such as installing a filtration system like our Reverse Osmosis Alkaline Water Filter, thus safeguarding your health and that of your family.

Regular water testing also helps you monitor changes in water composition over time, ensuring a safe and reliable water source for drinking, cooking, and other household uses.

What Is TDS?

TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids, which refers to the total amount of dissolved substances in water.

These substances can include minerals, salts, metals, and other organic and inorganic compounds like fluoride.

TDS is measured in parts per million (ppm) or milligrams per liter (mg/L).

High TDS levels can indicate water quality issues, such as elevated mineral content or potential contamination.

On the other hand, low TDS levels may suggest a lack of essential minerals in the water.

What Is pH?

pH is a measure of how acidic or alkaline a substance is, including water.

The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, where 0 is highly acidic, 7 is neutral, and 14 is highly alkaline.

pH stands for "potential of hydrogen."

Water with a pH below 7 is considered acidic, while water with a pH above 7 is alkaline.

pH levels can impact various factors, including water taste, corrosion of pipes, and effectiveness of disinfection.


Can I use the TDS and pH pens for testing different types of water?

Yes, these pens are versatile and can be used to test various water sources like tap water, well water, aquarium water, pool water, hydroponic solutions, and more. Ensure you follow the manufacturer's guidelines for each type of water.

What do TDS and pH levels indicate about water quality?

TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) levels indicate the concentration of dissolved substances in water, including minerals, salts, and other contaminants like fluoride. pH levels measure the acidity or alkalinity of water, which can impact its taste, safety, and suitability for various uses.

How do I interpret TDS and pH readings from the pens?

TDS readings give you an overall measure of water quality; higher TDS levels may indicate harder water, higher mineral content or higher contamination. pH readings indicate the acidity or alkalinity of water; a pH of 7 is neutral, below 7 is acidic, and above 7 is alkaline.

Do TDS and pH pens require maintenance or cleaning?

Yes, it's important to regularly clean and maintain the TDS and pH pens probe to ensure accurate readings.