Have you ever noticed that your ice water starts to taste bad if you let it sit too long? Do you like to enjoy an icy cocktail every now and then and find yourself drinking it fast before your ice cubes melt? If your answer is yes to either of these questions you may want to consider a drinking water system.
More often than not your ice cubes are contributing to the “ick factor” in your drinks. Water that is high in TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) will contribute to hazy and cloudy ice cubes and it is the dissolved minerals in your water creating the haziness. These solids could consist of calcium, magnesium, sodium, chlorides and other minerals that when dissolved in water can create off putting tastes.
Ideal water for ice cubes, drinking and cooking has a TDS of below 50. The average TDS in New Hampshire ranges from 80-600. The EPA has proposed a limit of 500 in drinking water but of course we at Secondwind want the water we and our customers drink to be of the highest quality. If you like to drink tea, or drink as much coffee on a daily basis as I do, then consider having one of our water specialist make some for you with our reverse osmosis water.
Our K5 drinking water station is the best drinking water system on the market today. It has the highest production rate, makes more water per day and can reduce more contaminants than any other system. This is why it has received consumer reports best buy multiple times.