What is TDS level in Bisleri 20 litre?
The TDS level is how much of the total dissolved solids is present in the water. Bisleri 20 litre cans maintain a TDS level of upto 120 PPM, making it excellent for drinking.
What does Bisleri 20 litre contain?
A Bisleri 20 litre contains ozonated water and minerals such as magnesium and potassium. These elements are crucial for the normal functioning of the human body.
What is the calorie count in Bisleri 20 litre?
Bisleri 20 litre has no calories.
What is the difference between RO water and Bisleri 20 litre?
Here is how the Bisleri 20 litre can is different and better than RO water:
During the purification process, RO water gets demineralized whereas a Bisleri 20 litre can contain essential minerals
Every batch of Bisleri 20 litre cans is thoroughly checked to make sure all harmful chemicals and microbes have been eliminated.
Boiled water vs Bisleri 20 litre
In comparison to boiled water, Bisleri 20 litre can:
Goes through a 10-step purification process to ensure safe and clean water
Is void of chemical and bacterial contamination
Is free from any suspended particles
Is sealed and sterilized
Has adequate essential minerals
Is free from any toxic waste
Possess a taste that comes from the essential minerals present.
How many bottles do one case or box of Bisleri 20 litre contain?
The Bisleri 20 litre cans are sold by the can (online and retail).
How to opt for a regular subscription order for Bisleri 20 litre?
You can opt for a regular subscription for the Bisleri 20 litre cans in three easy steps:
Choose the Bisleri 20 litre product.
Pick the most suitable subscription plan.
Get the product delivered right at your doorstep.
Are Bisleri 20 litre cans recyclable?
Yes, the Bisleri 20 litre cans are recyclable. Being the leader in the mineral water category in the country, we make conscious effort towards correct disposal and recycling of plastic bottles. ‘Bottles for Change’, an initiative by Bisleri International Pvt. Ltd., focuses to create awareness amongst all citizens about waste segregation, recycling of plastic bottles and best practices towards cleaner environment.