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1. Get the water checked in a laboratory for hardness & chloride

TDS of RO water is in between 7-14 ppm as committed by the sales engineer. If TDS level falls to such a low level, the usual industrial practice is to go for SS 304 (Stainless Steel) pipe in order to avoid corrosion.

Actually, when TDS level falls below 30 ppm the water becomes hungry and readily reacts with any substance in contact with the water

It is necessary to get the water checked in a laboratory. Main constituents to be seen would be the hardness & chloride levels. If both are within the specified limits, the water is safe for drinking purposes.
(This is my personal opinion)

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