The Propur™ Traveler system is small in size for portability and is great for use in tight spaces. The system requires no electricity to provide reliable water filtration just about anywhere whether at home, office, vacation, camping or college dorm! Works with just about any water source including tap, lake, river, stream, pond and rain water. Each container is made from high quality 304 polished stainless steel for lasting durability and attractive appearance. This system is ideal for indoor/outdoor daily use and for emergency preparedness. The Propur™ Traveler comes equipped with the new ProOne® G2.0 5” filter.
Propur™ Traveler system features include:
- Recommended for 1 person
- 1.75 gallon capacity
- Standard # of filters: 1
- Maximum # of filters: 1
- Height: 17.5"
- Diameter: 8”
- High quality 304 polished stainless steel
- Embossed Propur™ 304 Logo
- Includes one ProOne® G2.0 5" filter
- Includes solid 304 stainless steel spigot and non-slip pad
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“A TDS Meter indicates the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) of a solution, i.e. the concentration of dissolved solids in it. Since dissolved ionized solids such as salts and minerals increase the conductivity of a solution, a TDS meter measures the conductivity of the solution and estimates the TDS from that. A TDS meter typically displays the TDS in parts per million (ppm). For example, a TDS reading of 1 ppm would indicate there is 1 milligram of dissolved solids in each kilogram of water.”
TDS is a measure of total dissolved solids and NOT dissolved contaminants. A higher TDS can simply be high calcium or mineral content. As Propur™ filters are made from minerals, TDS may be higher after the water has been treated. This does not mean the filter isn’t working, it means the TDS meter is picking up the minerals that are naturally released by the filter. A PPM meter is the same as a TDS meter, it is simply measures dissolved solids in water. A TDS meter is not generally recognized in the industry as a proper means of testing water for contaminants. They were created years ago by the manufacturers of reverse osmosis systems as a means of demonstrating the effectiveness of RO which removes most if not all minerals.