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steve555 Views: 1,908
Published: 16 years ago
 
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Re: Hannah tester


PPM and conductivity are roughly the same give or take a couple of ppm. Silvergen.com has the formula somewhere on the website. Your distilled water should test out below 1ppm , mine is usually about .7ppm. My Hanna PWT is a conductivity meter which gives you the reading in microsiemens. No big deal though since it relates closely to ppm. Really it's not a big deal if you are using the CS at home and not selling it. Try to drink it fresh if you want the max condutivity/energy. Even if the reading drops to 6-7ppm you just drink a little more. So peace to you everything is OK. My only concern is when I sell the CS I have to make sure that the CS I sell reads 10ppm and stays there so I let it run up to 20-25ppm so I wind up at 10ppm. As they say your "mileage may vary" though

Steve
 

 
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