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September 16, 2017 anita 0

I use the under-the-bed blanket plastic containers for holding anything I worry might spill, and I use boot trays for some things as well.

There are also the trays that go under washing machines, but they aren’t that big.

Also, for puppies, I use piece of a rubber shower liner. They sell it at Home Depot and I think it comes in a four or six foot width. You just tell them the length you want, they cut it, and done. No lip, but I put it under the big playpen thing that can attach to the crate, and it gives a nice-sized area for the puppy. It’s food/water/newspaper can all go in there, and you can just roll it up when you don’t need it.

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September 15, 2017 angie_nrs 0

dm – yeah, I’ve found the industrial type of trays. It’s not what I’m looking for. The one you have there that looks like an ice fishing sled is one of the closest I’ve found to what I saw. Unfortunately, the chafing dishes wouldn’t be big enough for what I’m looking for. I’d like to put 5 gal water bottles in there and detergent bottles….very large liquid bottles all in the same container/area to save space. Thanks for the idea though.

Blondie – Yup, went to TS and got the rabbit pen containers which is the closest thing I’ve found so far that didn’t break the bank. They didn’t have what I was looking for. On Amazon I found the “jumbo boot tray” that folks use in the back of an SUV and also the UltraTech 2370 which is 44″ by 23.5″ and it is close, but it is also $55. However, neither one of them are what I saw. :( I sure wish I would have had the truck that day! If I remember correctly I think she said her husband got them at Home Depot but I asked there and they didn’t have anything like that.

Statistics: Posted by angie_nrs — Fri Sep 15, 2017 2:51 pm


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Water • Re: Spill Containment Trays – help!

September 15, 2017 angie_nrs 0

dm – yeah, I’ve found the industrial type of trays. It’s not what I’m looking for. The one you have there that looks like an ice fishing sled is one of the closest I’ve found to what I saw. Unfortunately, the chafing dishes wouldn’t be big enough for what I’m looking for. I’d like to put 5 gal water bottles in there and detergent bottles….very large liquid bottles all in the same container/area to save space. Thanks for the idea though.

Blondie – Yup, went to TS and got the rabbit pen containers which is the closest thing I’ve found so far that didn’t break the bank. They didn’t have what I was looking for. On Amazon I found the “jumbo boot tray” that folks use in the back of an SUV and also the UltraTech 2370 which is 44″ by 23.5″ and it is close, but it is also $55. However, neither one of them are what I saw. :( I sure wish I would have had the truck that day! If I remember correctly I think she said her husband got them at Home Depot but I asked there and they didn’t have anything like that.

Statistics: Posted by angie_nrs — Fri Sep 15, 2017 2:51 pm


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September 15, 2017 Blondie 0

Try a search for cargo liner/cargo trays. I was looking at them for the back of my SUV but I haven’t bought one yet.

A detail shop here has them. Have you tried Tractor Supply?

You want them for your vehicle or for the house?

Statistics: Posted by Blondie — Fri Sep 15, 2017 2:23 pm


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September 15, 2017 dmwalsh568 0

When I searched for spill on a site I’ve used in the past for shelving units and organization systems I came up with a bunch of hits. one of which is close:

http://www.globalindustrial.com/p/mater … t-platform

It’s yellow and doesn’t have a plug. but it’s got a grating meant to hold drums full of liquid.

They also have a small tray containment system:

http://www.globalindustrial.com/p/mater … n-capacity

Not quite the size you’re looking for, but the price isn’t as crazy as some of their more industrial products.

But, if you’re just looking to keep individual bottles of stuff from spilling over the place and you have a bit of spare room…have you considered disposable aluminum chafing dishes? Like you’d used on a food buffet line or salad at a church gathering? I’ve bought a bunch of the insert chafing dishes that you fit two in a warming system, and they might do the trick at a fraction of the cost…. Or for really small bottles, disposable aluminum pie plates or 9×9 brownie pans…

Statistics: Posted by dmwalsh568 — Fri Sep 15, 2017 12:51 pm


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Water • Spill Containment Trays – help!

September 15, 2017 angie_nrs 0

I went to a garage sale in the spring and there was 2 spill containment trays that I really wanted to buy, but I couldn’t b/c they wouldn’t fit in my car. :( I haven’t been able to get these things out of my head since then. They were approximately 4 foot long by 2-3 feet wide with an approximately 3 inch lip along the sides for spill containment. They were black hard plastic with a white plug on one corner in the lip portion so that anything that did spill in this thing could be tipped out through the plug, perhaps for reuse.

Anyways, I have not been able to find these things anywhere! Even online I can’t find them, probably b/c I don’t know specifically what they are called. I’ve tried spill containment trays, catchment mats, etc. and I can’t find exactly what I’m looking for. In the meantime I bought a couple of rabbit pen catchment trays at TS but they are smaller than what I would like. I plan to use them to put my fluids in like water, oil, vinegar, laundry detergent, etc. so that if any of them leak, I won’t have a complete mess to deal with. If a situation gets bad enough, I plan to convert them to large dog litter boxes in case the pups must stay in for an extended period of time for any reason. I also purchased some non-dusty, clump, kitty litter to accommodate the mess should that be necessary.

Does anybody know these trays are called or where I could get them? Having a few of these in my basement would be really helpful. :thumbsup:

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Water • Re: Banned Pesticides Showing Up in California Water

September 15, 2017 Gunns 0
daaswampman wrote:
There are dozen of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and hormones, that NO WATER FILTER will completely remove! Most have not been tested for anything other than bugs, metals, and particle size. The real issue is the stew effect! While we have some knowledge of the long term effects of low does exposure, there are no studies into the long term effects of multiple low dose chemical exposure! Where would you start? What combinations would you study for decades?

Your only real protection is to know the source of the water! Water filters are like face masks! Some are better than others, but none offers complete and extended protection. If you can’t trust the water, it is time to move. Drum Roll – let the excuses begin! Swamp

No excuse here. :shakeyes:

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September 13, 2017 daaswampman 0

There are dozen of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and hormones, that NO WATER FILTER will completely remove! Most have not been tested for anything other than bugs, metals, and particle size. The real issue is the stew effect! While we have some knowledge of the long term effects of low does exposure, there are no studies into the long term effects of multiple low dose chemical exposure! Where would you start? What combinations would you study for decades?

Your only real protection is to know the source of the water! Water filters are like face masks! Some are better than others, but none offers complete and extended protection. If you can’t trust the water, it is time to move. Drum Roll – let the excuses begin! Swamp

Statistics: Posted by daaswampman — Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:34 pm


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September 13, 2017 daaswampman 0

There are dozen of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and hormones, that NO WATER FILTER will completely remove! Most have not been tested for anything other than bugs, metals, and particle size. The real issue is the stew effect! While we have some knowledge of the long term effects of low does exposure, there are no studies into the long term effects of multiple low dose chemical exposure! Where would you start? What combinations would you study for decades?

Your only real protection is to know the source of the water! Water filters are like face masks! Some are better than others, but none offers complete and extended protection. If you can’t trust the water, it is time to move. Drum Roll – let the excuses begin! Swamp

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September 13, 2017 TRex2 0
Gunns wrote:
Contaminated water in Ca is the plan. Feminizing of the American male is the goal.

They could have started with San Francisco and Portland and Seattle, but then that would have been redundant. :rofl:

Seriously, though, there are some chemicals that standard filters won’t remove. Fortunately Carbofuran, Diazanon, and most other pesticides is easily done with charcoal filters.

Zinc phosphide is a rodent killer, toxic to fish and anything that eats the fish. But it is practically insoluble in water, and breaks down after a few years in the environment, so I don’t think anyone has to worry about it, unless there are locally contaminated areas (It is dispersed in tablets).

Statistics: Posted by TRex2 — Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:38 pm


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September 13, 2017 TRex2 0
Gunns wrote:
Contaminated water in Ca is the plan. Feminizing of the American male is the goal.

They could have started with San Francisco and Portland and Seattle, but then that would have been redundant. :rofl:

Seriously, though, there are some chemicals that standard filters won’t remove. Fortunately Carbofuran, Diazanon, and most other pesticides is easily done with charcoal filters.

Zinc phosphide is a rodent killer, toxic to fish and anything that eats the fish. But it is practically insoluble in water, and breaks down after a few years in the environment, so I don’t think anyone has to worry about it, unless there are locally contaminated areas (It is dispersed in tablets).

Statistics: Posted by TRex2 — Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:38 pm


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September 9, 2017 rickdun 0

CI, I’m surprised people don’t get a buzz on by drinking that water in California :drool: . It wouldn’t surprise me at all if more water ways are polluted like her in PA.

They recommend you only eat so many ounces of fish caught in Lake Erie per year and for a woman who’s expecting, not to eat any at all.

Nobody’s fault but our own.

Yes, I have water filters that reduce chemicals (99.999%), at least that’s what they claim.

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Water • Re: Best Water Filter?

September 8, 2017 SharonJWurm 0

To put it simply, sewer gas can be dangerous and if you smell it in your home you need to take immediate action. It is made up out of various gases but the main component is hydrogen sulfide which can be dangerous at even low levels. Ever have a strange odor in your Kitchen or Bathroom and you cannot figure it out because it comes and goes. There are lots of cases where sewer gas can be the source of this odor. Sewer treatment NJ plumbers may specialize in drain and sewer cleaning, but many are also qualified and experienced in professional natural gas line installation and repair.

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Water • Re: Survival Filter better than LifeStraw

August 31, 2017 Cast Iron 0
whitebear54 wrote:
Cast Iron,

Hope you got your hay in before the rain. Sounds like you’ve got it figured out. Ever thought about a bicycle instead of hoofing it?

Got the hay in yesterday.
Today it is raining.
Good to go.
Thank you for asking.

The drought made me reassess my situation/plans.
A bicycle is a good idea. Maybe one of those folding types. The hills would be tough. There is about a six hundred foot elevation change from town to home.

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August 30, 2017 Cast Iron 0
whitebear54 wrote:

Cast Iron wrote:I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

I agree with you completely. I have an AquaRain model 404 gravity water filter at home and I use it all the time. For backpacking or trekking in arid areas your method is best. But for those who find natural water sources the Survivor filter is terrific. You should have both. Drink with the Survivor filter when near water use your 3L bladder when not. It will make the water supply in your 3L bladder last longer. btw Is it a Camelback?

My apologies for not responding sooner.
Trying to get the last of the hay in.

Per the discussion I had with my co-worker, making the assumption I had to get from work to home in the event of an EMP on foot.
I am making the assumption for the first twelve to twenty four hours, most people will be wondering what just happened, and the full on Mad Max road warrior scenario has yet to set in.
The most direct and fastest route home would be using the roads.

I fall back upon my USMC training: Hump for fifty minutes, ten minute rest/hydrate break. Drinking about one liter of water per break, I have at about three hours before I need to resupply with water.
That also will get me half way home. According to Google, it would take me about five and a half hours to get home from work.
Using a lifestraw, rather then resting I would have to take those ten minutes to forage for water, and that could be a considerable distance from the road (based off the maps), going over and into other peoples property.
Last year, during the drought, a number of water sources dried up or became inaccessible.
If and when I find water, even if I still have half a bladder full, I will still take the opportunity to top off.

This is the set up that works best for me.
Individual mileage may vary.

I have a Platypus.

Statistics: Posted by Cast Iron — Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:13 am


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August 30, 2017 Cast Iron 0
whitebear54 wrote:

Cast Iron wrote:I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

I agree with you completely. I have an AquaRain model 404 gravity water filter at home and I use it all the time. For backpacking or trekking in arid areas your method is best. But for those who find natural water sources the Survivor filter is terrific. You should have both. Drink with the Survivor filter when near water use your 3L bladder when not. It will make the water supply in your 3L bladder last longer. btw Is it a Camelback?

My apologies for not responding sooner.
Trying to get the last of the hay in.

Per the discussion I had with my co-worker, making the assumption I had to get from work to home in the event of an EMP on foot.
I am making the assumption for the first twelve to twenty four hours, most people will be wondering what just happened, and the full on Mad Max road warrior scenario has yet to set in.
The most direct and fastest route home would be using the roads.

I fall back upon my USMC training: Hump for fifty minutes, ten minute rest/hydrate break. Drinking about one liter of water per break, I have at about three hours before I need to resupply with water.
That also will get me half way home. According to Google, it would take me about five and a half hours to get home from work.
Using a lifestraw, rather then resting I would have to take those ten minutes to forage for water, and that could be a considerable distance from the road (based off the maps), going over and into other peoples property.
Last year, during the drought, a number of water sources dried up or became inaccessible.
If and when I find water, even if I still have half a bladder full, I will still take the opportunity to top off.

This is the set up that works best for me.
Individual mileage may vary.

I have a Platypus.

Statistics: Posted by Cast Iron — Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:13 am


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August 30, 2017 Cast Iron 0
whitebear54 wrote:

Cast Iron wrote:I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

I agree with you completely. I have an AquaRain model 404 gravity water filter at home and I use it all the time. For backpacking or trekking in arid areas your method is best. But for those who find natural water sources the Survivor filter is terrific. You should have both. Drink with the Survivor filter when near water use your 3L bladder when not. It will make the water supply in your 3L bladder last longer. btw Is it a Camelback?

My apologies for not responding sooner.
Trying to get the last of the hay in.

Per the discussion I had with my co-worker, making the assumption I had to get from work to home in the event of an EMP on foot.
I am making the assumption for the first twelve to twenty four hours, most people will be wondering what just happened, and the full on Mad Max road warrior scenario has yet to set in.
The most direct and fastest route home would be using the roads.

I fall back upon my USMC training: Hump for fifty minutes, ten minute rest/hydrate break. Drinking about one liter of water per break, I have at about three hours before I need to resupply with water.
That also will get me half way home. According to Google, it would take me about five and a half hours to get home from work.
Using a lifestraw, rather then resting I would have to take those ten minutes to forage for water, and that could be a considerable distance from the road (based off the maps), going over and into other peoples property.
Last year, during the drought, a number of water sources dried up or became inaccessible.
If and when I find water, even if I still have half a bladder full, I will still take the opportunity to top off.

This is the set up that works best for me.
Individual mileage may vary.

I have a Platypus.

Statistics: Posted by Cast Iron — Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:13 am


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August 27, 2017 whitebear54 0
Cast Iron wrote:
I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

I agree with you completely. I have an AquaRain model 404 gravity water filter at home and I use it all the time. For backpacking or trekking in arid areas your method is best. But for those who find natural water sources the Survivor filter is terrific. You should have both. Drink with the Survivor filter when near water use your 3L bladder when not. It will make the water supply in your 3L bladder last longer. btw Is it a Camelback?

Statistics: Posted by whitebear54 — Sun Aug 27, 2017 2:46 pm


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Water • Re: Survival Filter better than LifeStraw

August 27, 2017 whitebear54 0
Cast Iron wrote:
I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

I agree with you completely. I have an AquaRain model 404 gravity water filter at home and I use it all the time. For backpacking or trekking in arid areas your method is best. But for those who find natural water sources the Survivor filter is terrific. You should have both. Drink with the Survivor filter when near water use your 3L bladder when not. It will make the water supply in your 3L bladder last longer. btw Is it a Camelback?

Statistics: Posted by whitebear54 — Sun Aug 27, 2017 2:46 pm


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August 27, 2017 Cast Iron 0

I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

Statistics: Posted by Cast Iron — Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:01 am


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August 27, 2017 Cast Iron 0

I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

Statistics: Posted by Cast Iron — Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:01 am


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August 26, 2017 whitebear54 0
AuntBee wrote:

whitebear54 wrote:Yeti,

I hadn’t heard about them either until I stumbled across them while doing research on water filtration for my upcoming book titled “Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF And You Live In Suburbia.”

Let us know when the book comes out!

Aunt Bee

I have published the ebook on Amazon, Kobo, and many other places.

http://amzn.to/2dFHyJN

I’m having trouble getting it up on iBooks because they want me to strip out most of the product/book/information links I included for the convenience of my readers. Boo iBooks!

I’m also working on getting it out in print form–a work in progress, but should be done within a week or two.

I priced the ebook version at 99 cents, but you can get it for free if you visit my author website and sign up for my free monthly Dying Time Newsletter. I will keep you up to date on all my writing projects while adding a dose of Prepper information.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

I hope someone out there will write a review of the book and post it on Amazon, here, and in the rest of the known universe. :)

Here’s the book blurb.

Your electrical power fails due to a storm, terrorist attack, EMP or other catastrophe. Hyperinflation leads to an economic collapse and food and medical supplies stop flowing to the cities. A pandemic spreads death around the globe.

This book offers specific, practical advice and instruction, as well as general guidelines you will have to tailor to your unique circumstances, to help you keep your family as relatively secure as possible. You will learn what to stock up on, what skills you should endeavor to acquire, and what actions you must take to give your family a chance at surviving the disaster and chaos that may strike at any time.

What if help isn’t coming? What if you have nowhere to go that is more safe and secure than your own home? What if bridges are down or highways clogged with stalled vehicles and you are forced to stay home? How would you provide for your family? How would you protect them?

If you have ever entertained those questions, this is the book for you.

Statistics: Posted by whitebear54 — Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:46 am


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August 26, 2017 whitebear54 0
AuntBee wrote:

whitebear54 wrote:Yeti,

I hadn’t heard about them either until I stumbled across them while doing research on water filtration for my upcoming book titled “Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF And You Live In Suburbia.”

Let us know when the book comes out!

Aunt Bee

I have published the ebook on Amazon, Kobo, and many other places.

http://amzn.to/2dFHyJN

I’m having trouble getting it up on iBooks because they want me to strip out most of the product/book/information links I included for the convenience of my readers. Boo iBooks!

I’m also working on getting it out in print form–a work in progress, but should be done within a week or two.

I priced the ebook version at 99 cents, but you can get it for free if you visit my author website and sign up for my free monthly Dying Time Newsletter. I will keep you up to date on all my writing projects while adding a dose of Prepper information.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

I hope someone out there will write a review of the book and post it on Amazon, here, and in the rest of the known universe. :)

Here’s the book blurb.

Your electrical power fails due to a storm, terrorist attack, EMP or other catastrophe. Hyperinflation leads to an economic collapse and food and medical supplies stop flowing to the cities. A pandemic spreads death around the globe.

This book offers specific, practical advice and instruction, as well as general guidelines you will have to tailor to your unique circumstances, to help you keep your family as relatively secure as possible. You will learn what to stock up on, what skills you should endeavor to acquire, and what actions you must take to give your family a chance at surviving the disaster and chaos that may strike at any time.

What if help isn’t coming? What if you have nowhere to go that is more safe and secure than your own home? What if bridges are down or highways clogged with stalled vehicles and you are forced to stay home? How would you provide for your family? How would you protect them?

If you have ever entertained those questions, this is the book for you.

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Water • Re: How to install a pump for water

August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi G Garland,

It’s good that you are making a new place for yourself. After you have found a reliable water source, do consider purifying the water by using any of these technologies:

https://www.ampac1.com/reverse-osmosis
https://www.ampac1.com/products/seawater-desalination

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

Statistics: Posted by ampacusa — Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:27 am


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August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi no1uno,

We think that purifying water gathered from any source is way better than storing it for long. Have a look at the two most reliable water filtration processes below:

https://www.ampac1.com/reverse-osmosis
https://www.ampac1.com/products/seawater-desalination

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

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Water • Re: Water Decontamination w Calcium Hypochlorite-Mixing Safe

August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi Boston72,

Though your research seems interesting, the best way to get purified water that doesn’t harm your health is to depend on reverse osmosis water. Learn more about the RO process here.

https://www.ampac1.com/reverse-osmosis

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

Statistics: Posted by ampacusa — Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:22 am


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Water • Re: How do I adapt the wrong Berkey Filter?

August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi Jehoniakim777,

It’s sad you are dealing with all this trouble. Why don’t you try buying our reverse osmosis systems? They are easy to assemble and we are there to help you if and when you need it.

Have a look:
https://www.ampac1.com/reverse-osmosis

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

Statistics: Posted by ampacusa — Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:19 am


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Water • Re: THE BOTTLED WATER FACTS REVEALED (TRUTHS)

August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi Lifelong Survivalist,

We think the best way of avoiding bottled water is to take purified water with you at all times. If you are a traveller, you can try our mobile water filtration systems.

Have a look:
https://www.ampac1.com/reverse-osmosis

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

Statistics: Posted by ampacusa — Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:17 am


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Water • Re: Water distillation

August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi Bluefox,

Though the idea you have shared seems interesting, the best way to purify sea water is the reliable seawater desalination process that we use in many of our products that are trusted by scores of global customers. Check it out.

https://www.ampac1.com/products/seawater-desalination

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

Statistics: Posted by ampacusa — Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:13 am


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Water • Re: POOL/SPA WATER ???

August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi Donba,

If you wish to purify water from any source like pool or spa and ensure that its safe enough to drink then you should consider buying a reverse osmosis water filter. We provide a vast array of water purifiers for all your drinking water needs.We use best in class water filtration methods like reverse osmosis and seawater desalination to make water pure quickly.

Have a look:

https://www.ampac1.com/reverse-osmosis
https://www.ampac1.com/products/seawater-desalination

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

Statistics: Posted by ampacusa — Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:01 am


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Water • Re: Postage stamp-sized device can disinfect water in minute

August 25, 2017 ampacusa 0

Hi Broden,

Though the device you find is interesting enough, it might not cater to the daily water needs of an average family. To get the best contamination free water you should trust our wide ranging products.

Have a look:

https://www.ampac1.com/reverse-osmosis
https://www.ampac1.com/products/seawater-desalination

For any queries regarding any AMPAC USA water filter, please call (909) 548-4900 or send a line to
info@ampac1.com

Regards
Team AMPAC USA

Statistics: Posted by ampacusa — Fri Aug 25, 2017 6:59 am