Deionization (“DI Water” or “Demineralization”) simply means the removal of ions.
Ions are electrically charged atoms or molecules found in water that have either a net negative or positive charge. For many applications that use water as a rinse or ingredient, these ions are considered impurities and must be removed from the water.
How are ions measured?
Ions conduct electricity. Electrical current passes through water using ions as stepping stones. As a result, by measuring the electrical conductance of water can tell us what the ionic content of the water is. Fewer ions in the water will make the passage of electricity more difficult. Therefore, water with a lower conductivity value is considered more “deionized” than water with a high conductivity value.
TDS has to be zero
pH would be 5.8-7.0
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