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Water Filter

Discussion in 'GATE Survival & Preparedness' started by Trigger Finger, Nov 2, 2012.


  1. Trigger Finger

    Trigger Finger
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    Hi...I bought a 330 gallon water container and used the water preserver concentrate you recommend and sell. I would like a two stage water filter system and decided to use the Camco Taste Pure filter that I attach to the water container. Could you give me your opinion of this filter and is it good enough, along with the concentrate to sufficiently filter out the water satisfactorily and will this attachable filter last for several years if I only use it when needed?
    As always, thanks for your educated advise.

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  2. JC Refuge

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    I'm not personally familiar with that water filter, but I looked at the specs and it looks like a nice additional level of treatment for your stored water. If you start with city-treated water and use the water preserver concentrate, you would not require an additional level of treatment. However, it's certainly not going to hurt--and the carbon filters will perhaps help remove any stale taste that might be present after a few years in the container.