What are the TDS and pH levels in Bisleri Water?
Bisleri is one of the leading mineral water bottle manufacturers in India. According to the Bisleri website, they claim to maintain TDS levels of 150 ppm in their packaged drinking water bottles.
We tested the TDS and pH of Bisleri water and found that it is around 80 ppm, which is good. The pH value is also around 8.
What are the TDS and pH levels in Tata Copper+ Water?
Tata Copper+ is an emerging and leading water brand in India. Tata markets this model by adding the goodness of copper to the water. Despite the addition of copper, Tata Copper+ water still tastes like normal mineral water.
We tested the TDS levels in Tata Copper+ water and found it to be around 123 ppm, which is much better when compared to Bisleri water. The pH value in Tata Copper+ water is around 8.
What are the TDS and pH levels in Aquafina Packaged Drinking Water?
Aquafina is not an Indian brand; it is an American packaged drinking water brand owned by PepsiCo.
We tested the TDS in Aquafina water bottles and found it to be around 85 ppm. The pH levels in Aquafina water bottles are around 7.5.
What are the TDS and pH levels in Qua Mineral Water?
Qua is a premium mineral water brand. They claim that their water is naturally sourced directly from the Himalayan foothills. A 500 ml Qua Mineral Water bottle is priced at Rs. 65. Qua brand asserts that all the minerals in their water are natural and are not added using a mineralizer.
We tested the TDS levels in Qua mineral water and found it to be around 150 ppm, which is excellent. The pH value in Qua mineral water, as measured using a pH meter, is around 7.5.
What are the TDS and pH levels in Evocus Black Alkaline Water?
Evocus Black water is different from the mineral water brands mentioned above because Evocus claims that their black water has pH levels above 8 and is infused with minerals.
We tested the TDS levels in Evocus Black Alkaline water using a TDS meter and found it to be around 150 ppm, which is excellent. The pH value of Evocus Blackwater was found to be around 9.2, the highest among packaged drinking water brands.