A set of extended material properties for of water typically used within the context of building services and flow distribution systems.
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If TRUE, then the water is considered potable.
Water hardness as positive, multivalent ion concentration in the water (usually concentrations of calcium and magnesium ions in terms of calcium carbonate).
Maximum alkalinity concentration (maximum sum of concentrations of each of the negative ions substances measured as CaCO3).
Maximum CaCO3 equivalent that would neutralize the acid.
Fraction of impurities such as dust to the total amount of water. This is measured in weight of impurities per weight of water and is therefore unitless.
Fraction of the dissolved solids to the total amount of water. This is measured in weight of dissolved solids per weight of water and is therefore unitless.
Maximum water PH in a range from 0-14.