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Ceramic filters have a micro porous structure with impregnated silver which delays the growth of bacteria. The pore-size of Katadyn ceramic filters is 0.2 micron (0.0002 mm). Bacteria range in size from 0.2 to 5 micron and, like protozoa (1 to 15 micron), are efficiently filtered out. Ceramic filters can be mechanically regenerated and the filter capacity is measurable.
Why Treat Water?
A crystal-clear stream or lake usually contains microorganisms that can make you sick. Water contaminants like protozoa, bacteria and viruses, can cause serious illness. Optimize your travel preparation and use a portable drinking water system from Katadyn.
Katadyn of Switzerland has been producing high quality portable water systems since 1928. Their history has been one of innovation and durability. Katadyn products are used by militaries, health organizations and outdoor adventurers world-wide. No other water system provides higher quality or longer lasting performance. Katadyn is the global leader in portable water treatment. With subsidiaries in the United States, Germany, France, and Singapore; Katadyn develops, produces and distributes high quality products which are used whenever safe drinking water isn't available--for travel, camping and humanitarian operations.
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Filters large quantities of water very quickly. The filters last almost for ever. It just plain works at producing clean, clear, good tasting water. No drama. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Camry Owner
it filters nicely and fast.
the first few times still gives some weird taste, but after while it tastes as good as "perrier"... Read more
The unit of measurement is "micrometer" not "micron". Easy to use and keep clean. Very helpful for families and groups over an extended period of time.Published 6 months ago by Scott M. Kruse
This is a great water filter, but it doesn't remove chlorine, which is OK because I'm filtering spring water straight from the ground. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Right Writer
the filter cylinders are of course where they put the resources with this item. I figured that going in. Read morePublished 10 months ago by geezer
I have a shallow well (55 ft) at my cabin in a remote area of the Boston Mountains (Ozarks). The water looks great but failed a Health Department test. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tarr
I don't like to give ratings till I have tried a product for a while. I like this, alot, I like that it doesn't require water pressure to work, I use it everyday for the 2-2. Read morePublished 10 months ago by S. Porter-Bisbee
Bought this for long term access to potable water in a SHTF scenario. very simplistic and sets up in minutes. All the technology is really in the filters. Read morePublished 10 months ago by monsterfan