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  1. Food and water
    I'm looking for the best water purification. I have come across two, which I think are the most natural, economical and thorough. Reverse osmosis Distillation Pro: Both occur in nature, both are very efficient (distillation appears to be the better) This is because it requires less...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    A good family water filter is one of the last preps I have held off on. Yes, I know. I do have 2 of the LifeStraw Family units, and several of the singles. There are a many other options, and the more I research, the more I feel overwhelmed. I am happy to spend the money, but do not want to...
  3. Food and water
    The scientists first show that the TiO2 nanowires by themselves can efficiently purify water in the presence of sunlight. But interweaving the nanowires with carbon nanotubes forms a composite material that adds an extra layer of decontamination by pasteurizing the water – killing off human...
  4. Food and water
    Found the answer online. Apparently copper will not stop bacteria in wet environments. "The difference between dry and wet surfaces, such as copper pipes, is that only dry surfaces are inhospitable environments for bacterial growth. Bacteria can easily grow and reproduce in wet environments...
  5. Food and water
    So, everyone knows about Royal Berkey and Katadyn, but I have question about just how capable the kinds of purifiers you can pick up in the local supermarket really are. I imagine they are less capable, but I don't actually know. For example, could a Brita Ultramax be used to make stagnant pond...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Katadyn Pocket Water Microfilter Specs: 13,000 gallons is A LOT of water, and the filter is ceramic, meaning no expiration and it's cleanable. What attracts me to this is that it's (relatively) compact, and could be stuffed into a BOB in a hurry. Plus Amazon is running a great sale on it...
  7. Urban Survival
    Ok, so i have looked on numerous sites and did the search button but could never find this answer that I am looking for Is water in a plastic water bottle left in a car in TX summer for months OK to drink after putting a chlorine dioxide water purification tablet?
  8. Vendor Deals
    We have a couple of Used Berkey Products to offer at this time. I will include prices and description. Please PM me if interested and we will arrange payment. Once they are sold, I will post here that they are sold. (SOLD)1 Big Berkey System, with 2 black berkey elements: 100 dollars (Ships...
  9. Vendor Deals
    BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: AS OF January 1st, No Berkey Products can be shipped to California The details are forthcoming, but as of the 1st of the year, None of the Berkey Water Purification Systems or Filters can be shipped to a California address. New Laws are taking affect on the first of the year...
  10. Vendor Deals
    Due to the shortage of Big Berkey purifiers and filters (at the manufacturer) we are able to offer the Royal Berkey at a discount until the Big Berkey shortage is resolved. The Royal Berkey has a 3.25 gallon capaciaty and comes with either 2 or 4 Black Berkey purifier elements. All the specs are...
  11. Vendor Deals
    Here is an unbelievable deal for a Berkey Light Water Purification System, that will last till the end of July 2009! We have been selling the Berkey Products for almost 4 years, we personally use the products, and have helped thousands of people get better prepared, especially when it comes to...
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Does anyone know about this company or this water filter? http://shop.monolithic.com/products/just-water-ceramic-drip-filter It is only $22 and filters to 1/2 micron size. looks simple and very inexpensive. Also easy to use. Any help would be appreciated. I plan to buy one soon and will post...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    On a thread I read a suggestion to store water in clear 2 liter soda bottles which I decided to go with. My question for everyone here is what do you do, if anything, before you store your water? Does anyone treat your water and how? Thanks. I picked up some of the sturdy plastic 2 liter...
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