Water Bottle Purifier Military Field Canteen

Military Field Canteen Water Filter Bottle

Storage Capacity:
1.2 litres

Filter Replacement: Up to 380 litres on one filter or about 12 months use.  (Can go longer if using only with relatively clean water).  

NOTE: Replace filter when the water flow becomes greatly diminished, and it is difficult to squeeze it through the filter bottle.

Key Features:

  • Drink from tap water; streams, rivers, lakes and pools.
  • Delivers up to 380 litres of great-tasting, clean water on 1 filter
  • Ideal emergency preparedness survival bottle.
  • Advanced Iodinated Resin filter removes 99.99% of pollutants
  • Removal of bacteria and virus to six logs (99.9999%)
  • Filters everything but salt water.
  • Holds 1.2L
  • BPA-free; non-leaching & lead-free.
  • Used in overseas military services.

This 1.2L field canteen has an Advanced Iodinated Resin filter, and replaceable filter caps
The replacement filter comes in our advanced formula, removing up to 99.99% of pollutants and contaminants found in drinking water sources using its proprietary Ionic Adsorption Micron Filtration System.

Contains Iodinated Resin (EPA Reg. # 35917-2) and other proprietary media which effectively reduces virus and bacteria to six logs (99.9999%). Therefore the advanced filter is both a filter and a purifier.

These patented filters are
unlike all others on the market and backed by years of development
from some of the industry’s most respected water filtration engineers.

 

www.water-filtering.co.nz

 

 

 


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Tohunga
Comment by John Humphris on June 28, 2011 at 17:44

One thing to watch out for when using this type of bottle is that you often drink straightaway after filling them. You run the risk of contacting possible contaminated water with your mouth from the bottle or your hands especially if you fill it with the pouch still on... Remote risk, I know. But, I do know someone who is very careful and still caught giardia - Dr's guess was from a splash. For many years, I have used a bottle with a filter (many types are available) with a 1 micron-carbon-iodine cartridge. You have to squeeze and suck to get a drink but this also stops me from guzzling it all at once. I am looking at one that you hand pump into a bottle, using tubes of course, to increase the level of sterility.

Another great thing with these bottles is that you can wet the case and the evaporation cools your drinking water.


Shrafter
Comment by Oshadhi Maha Thantrige on June 16, 2011 at 17:32
You can find these pop up from time to time on trade me.

Newbie
Comment by paul horridge on June 10, 2011 at 17:52

I supose $70 isnt to bad compared to the cost of some of the other fillters on the market,has anybody out there used this product? if so could you do a short review.


Tohunga
Comment by Neil Clarke on June 6, 2011 at 16:33
Sounds to good to be true. Where can you get them?

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