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Posted: 10/10/2001 3:29:10 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/10/2001 3:41:53 PM EDT
I suggest either MSR or Pur's individual filters. They use sintered ceramic filters with pore sizes small enough to filter everything down to viruses. That's REALLY small and covers everything that'll make you chum the kiddie pool. If you're really into volume I'd suggest a Katadyn Expedition filter. It's very large and pumped in the manner of a bike pump. We just used ours on the Grand Canyon while rafting for 18 days. It easily supplied drinking water for 14 for the duration. All these filters using ceramic elements are easily cleaned with water and a greenie. Just gently scrub the bad stuff off the outside of the filter. Hope this helps. CB
Link Posted: 10/10/2001 5:42:03 PM EDT
Try this link:[url]http://www.equipped.org/watrfood.htm[/url] There is alot of good info here.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 12:22:50 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 12:52:41 PM EDT
Katadyn. Filters ALL of it, [b]13,000[/b] gallons between filter replacements. For a great deal, [url]http://www.homestead-products.com/katadyn.htm[/url]
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 1:01:17 PM EDT
For about $50 you can get two very good filters PUR or Sweetwater. I have a PUR. Then for $190 you can get the Katadyn Pocket Filter. You can go for the lower end Mini-Ceramic ($75), but the Pocket Filter is tried and true. [url]http://www.freshtracksmaps.com/water-katadyn.htm[/url]
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