Katadyn is well known for small portable water filters, but they also have a great water filter system for larger groups and higher capacity needs,  capable of filtering as much as one gallon per minute. The Katadyn Expedition Water Filter System is a high capacity free standing hand operated pump-action water filtration system used by the government, the military, and humanitarian relief organizations. It utilizes the very advanced Katadyn KFT ceramic depth filter element for maximum filtration. The Katadyn Expedition has the capacity to steadily filter large quantities of clean drinking water and is especially useful for larger groups of people in emergency situations. Katadyn Expedition Water FilterThis Expedition water filter system is ideal for camping, hunting, fishing, boating, rafting, base camps, cabins, expeditions, and more. It is also useful in emergency situations and for relief workers. The Katadyn ceramic depth filter used in the Expedition removes bacteria, cysts, algae, protozoa, sediment, dirt, spores, some viruses, and other disease causing agents down to the ultra-fine 0.2 micron level. It also reduces any radioactive particles which may be present. Drink safely from streams, rivers, lakes, ponds, springs, and other freshwater sources. The Katadyn Expedition water filter will reduce microorganisms (Cryptosporidium, Giardia, etc.) that cause diseases such as cholera, dysentery, typhoid fever, etc. Katadyn 8016389 KFT Expedition Water Filter System Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 23" x 8"
  • Weight: About 11.5 Pounds
  • Micron Rating: 0.2 Micron
  • Output: About 1 Gallon Per Minute
  • Includes: Prefilter and Carrying Bag
  • KFT Ceramic Filter Life: Approx. 26,000 Gallons
  • Filter Media: Katadyn 1040 KFT Ceramic Depth Filter (0.2 Micron)
  • Material of Construction: Nickel-plated brass and stainless steel
  • NATO #: 4610123490574
Katadyn water filters are used by NATO, the U.S. military, international militaries, and by relief agencies like the Red Cross which utilize Katadyn filters in disaster relief and emergency situations where clean water is scarce.  

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