All Sawyer Water Filters and Purifiers On Sale Now at Highwater Filters!

October 05, 2011 2 min read

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Sawyer Water Treatment Products On Sale

I've just marked down all Sawyer water filters and purifiers for a limited time only. Check out these great bargains on one of the most popular portable water filters and purifiers on the market. What makes them so popular?
  • They are super light-weight [caption id="attachment_1047" align="alignright" width="275" caption="Sawyer Inline Filter"][/caption]
  • They are super affordable
  • They carry a "million gallon guarantee"
  • They are made in the U.S.A.
What more can you ask from your water treatment? I've been reading survivalist and backpacking forums for months now and the buzz about Sawyer just continues to grow. I've heard a lot of positive feedback and it has convinced me that Sawyer water treatment products will continue to increase their loyal followers. As a loyal distributor, I am happy to see Sawyer grow into an industry leader. What makes the Sawyer filters and purifiers different? From the company's website:
The Sawyer Water Filters feature a 0.1 Micron Absolute Hollow Fiber Membrane, which uses medical technology developed from kidney dialysis. When the water is drawn through the filter, it flows through the side walls of the Hollow Fiber tubes. Sediment, bacteria, protozoa, cysts, and other contaminants are filtered out exceeding all applicable EPA recommendations. NO CHEMICALS, NO WAITING, NO PUMPING, NO WORRIES!
The Sawyer Point Zero Two Purifiers features a 0.02 Micron Absolute Hollow Fiber Membrane. To use the Sawyer Point Zero Purifier simply follow the instructions enclosed and affix the purifier to any bucket or pail to yield bacteria-free water in remote locations. The only external force required for the system to function is gravity. The flow rate of a purifier is determined by a combination of head pressure, altitude, and how clean the filter is. Absoulty no chemicals needed and is rated for One Million Gallons. Sawyer is confident in their one million gallon claim because you can continually clean the filter by backwashing it with clean water. Backwashing is not required often unless you are filtering very turbid water. Backwashing is as simple as reversing the filter flow with clean water. Forcing the clean water back through the filter flushes out all of the contaminants and only takes a few seconds. NO REPLACEMENT FILTERS OR CARTRIDGES ARE NECESSARY.
Check out Highwater Filter's webstore to get the best deals on Sawyer water treatment products.
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