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Re: TDS readings



> Date: Tue, 26 Dec 2000 10:46:53 EST
> From: K9AUB at aol_com
>
> ...Now that I have that number, what does it mean, and
> what (if anything) should I do about it?   Do I even need
> to be concerned about TDS at all?

A conductivity meter is _most_ useful to those breeding and rearing the
delicate soft water fishes. It's an extremely handy device for determining
hardness values at resolutions that a hobby- grade reagent kit simply can't
handle.

Once you get above a couple of hundred ÁS, you're just as well off to use
the reagent kit...

-Y-

David A. Youngker
nestor10 at mindspring_com