Katadyn Pocket Water Microfilter
Katadyn Pocket Filter – LifeTime Guarantee. The most economical, durable mini-water filter on the market today. The ceramic filter element can process up to 13,000 gallons of water before needing to be replaced. With proper care the Pocket Filter should last for years. It is very compact ( about the size of a 2 – D cell flashlilght), easy to operate & clean, and transforms turbid, biologically contaminated water into safe drinking water.
Katadyn TRK Drip Ceradyn Gravity Container
Exclusive silver impregnated ceramic elements ( 3 ) last up to 39,000 gallons. Field-cleanable 0.2 micron ceramic depth filter. Output approx. 1 gallon ( 4 liters) / hour. Weight = 7.3 lbs. Height = 18 inches. Comes with 3 cleanable filter elements, measuring gauge and cleaning pad. Ready to use right out of the box.
Katadyn TRK Drip Gravidyn
Ceradyn version: ceramic depth filtration (0,2 microns) Gravidyn version: ceramic with activated carbon granules. Effect: Eliminates bacteria*, protozoa, cysts*, algae, spores, sediments and viruses in combination with particles greater than 0,2 microns. Reduces radioactive .particles. (Gravidyn also reduces chemicals) Ouput: Approx. 4 l/hour Capacity: up to 150’000 litres water quality. Gravidyn version:up to six months Weight: Approx. 3,3 kg Size: 25 x 45 cm Guarantee: 2 year Material: Silicone, ceramic, activated carbon Article No.: 2110070 (Ceradyn) 2110080 (Gravidyn)
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