Portable Water Purification – Why, How, and Where – Boiling, Clorox, and Portable Filters

by EzekielDiet.com
Posted on Jun 02, 2015

What do you do if the municipal water supply stops abruptly or becomes contaminated?  Hmmm, well there’s water everywhere in pools, creeks, lakes, rain water, etc. Yes, but you can’t just start slurping creek or lake water, or even pool water without increasing the likelihood of becoming violently ill or worse, dead, from harmful pathogenic bacteria, cysts, parasites, and unhealthy chemical contaminants. This is why you have to have a portable water filtration device.

The Sport Berkey Water Bottle.

Sensible Survival Presents:  The Sport Berkey is the best portable water filtration system out on the market. Great for Hiking, camping, Hunting , fishing or your Bug-Out Bag. Water is at the top of the survival list and you can only live 3 days without it. The first couple minutes of this short video will give you the general idea. The last 5 minutes is a sales and use pitch.

Build Your Own and Save

This YouTube video will show you how to make a DIY affordable version of the famous stainless steel water purifiers used around the world to purify water from contaminated sources like surface water, streams and rivers, and rain water.

If you can’t afford a $200 gravity water filter. Buy the replacement filters from InfoWars and make your own.

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Portable and requires no electricity.

Silver impregnated filters to prevent bacteria growth and self-sterilizing.

ProBlack-D water filter elements fits most gravity water purification systems.

Eliminates or reduces bacterias and other unwanted contaminants.

The ProBlack-D Domed filters are NSF-42 certified.

Whether you want to purify river water, well water, pool water, stream water, rainwater, swamp water or simple tap water ProPur water purification system is the answer.

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Other Methods of Water Purification:

As suggested by Clorox (with their permission), this is an excerpt from company published documents.

Boiling Is Best

Short of using a very high-quality water filter, this is the most reliable method for killing microbes and parasites. Bring water to a rolling boil and keep it simmering for at least several minutes. Add one minute of boiling to the initial 10 minutes for every 1,000 feet above sea level. Cover the pot to shorten boiling time and conserve fuel.

Liquid Clorox Bleach

In an emergency, think of this (one gallon of Regular Clorox Bleach) as 3,800 gallons of drinking water.

When the tap water stops flowing, Regular Clorox Bleach isn’t just a laundry-aid, it’s a lifesaver. Use it to purify water, and you’ll have something to drink.

It’s the same in any natural disaster. As the shock wears off and the days wear on, the biggest demand is for drinking water. Time after time, relief crews hand out free Clorox Bleach with simple instructions: use it to kill bacteria in your water and you’ll have purified water to drink. Here are the general guidelines.

First let water stand until particles settle. Filter the particles if necessary with layers of cloth, coffee filters, or fine paper towels. Pour the clear water into an uncontaminated container and add Regular Clorox Bleach per the below indicated ratio. Mix well. Wait 30 min. Water should have a slight bleach odor. If not, repeat dose. Wait 15 min. Sniff again. Keep an eyedropper taped to your emergency bottle of Clorox Bleach, since purifying small amounts of water requires only a few drops. Bleach must be fresh for best use and results. See below suggestions for storage bottle replacement.

Don’t pour purified water into contaminated containers. Sanitize water jugs first.

Without water and electricity, even everyday tasks are tough. In lieu of steaming hot water, sanitize dishes, pots and utensils with a little Clorox Bleach. Just follow the directions below to keep dishes clean.

Whether you use Clorox Bleach in an emergency or for everyday chores, it’s always an environmentally sound choice. After its work is done, Clorox Bleach breaks down to little more than salt and water, which is acceptable anytime.

Ratio of Clorox Bleach to Water for Purification

2 drops of Regular Clorox Bleach per quart of water
8 drops of Regular Clorox Bleach per gallon of water
1/2 teaspoon Regular Clorox Bleach per five gallons of water
If water is cloudy, double the recommended dosages of Clorox Bleach.

Only use Regular Clorox Bleach (not Fresh Scent or Lemon Fresh). To insure that Clorox Bleach is at its full strength, rotate or replace your storage bottle minimally every three months.

Clorox Bleach Sanitizing Solution

To sanitize containers and utensils, mix 1 tablespoon Regular Clorox Bleach with one gallon of water. Always wash and rinse items first, then let each item soak in Clorox Bleach Sanitizing Solution for 2 minutes. Drain and air dry.

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