DO BRAUER INDUSTRIES SYSTEMS SAVE WATER?
Total dissolved solids (TDS) are a measure of all soluble matter dissolved in pool water. Mains water often has a TDS of several hundred mg/l. All chemicals added to a pool, particularly chlorides and sulphates, increase the TDS level. A high TDS level is an indication of chemical overload or a lack of dilution of pool water. By having the Ozone1 system in place the chemicals added are reduced, hence the TDS will increase at a slower rate so less dumping of water is required.