What do we Test in your water?
pH - This test is done by a pH re-agent test which measures by changing the colour of wate and will be compared to a colour scale which determines the value from 4-12 from extreme acidity to alkalanity.
TDS - By a handheld TDS meter - Which measures the overall "Total Dissolved Solids". Including organic and inorganic compounds, which will to an extent indicate if the water can be consumed or not.
Bacteria - General Bateria Parameters with a Microbe detection vial which indicates after incubating for a few hours.
What is Bacteria in Water?
Bacteria is found on most surfaces, devices and even in air but is our water contaminated with any external material like sewage or Algae or any other foreign living object. It can happen in our pipe-lines, un-cleaned filter or even sometimes in the water we buy from outside. With Microbe Detection vial, we will be able to analyse certain bacteria's within the guidelines and further detailed findings can be found in a certified laboratory.
(Only in Hyderabad)
What is TDS test?
TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids, and represents the total concentration of dissolved substances in water which includes dissolved minerals, salts,impurities and heavy metals as well. TDS levels of water are usually measured with help of TDS meter.
TDS level of 200-300ppm in water is considered as the most suitable and acceptable.
Low TDS levels in water can cause adverse health effects such as Lower Bone Density, High blood pressure and also it may lead to cancer in some cases
What is pH in Water?
pH is one of the most common water quality tests performed. pH indicates the sample's acidity but is actually a measurement of the potential activity of hydrogen ions (H+) in the sample. pH measurements run on a scale from 0 to 14, with 7.0 considered neutral. Whereas pH less than 7 is acidic and pH greater than 7 is Alkaline.