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#296463 - 06/23/20 10:18 PM Re: Water Purification [Re: GoatMan]
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I use both stored water and a basic filter.

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#298045 - 01/12/21 12:24 AM Re: Water Purification [Re: GoatMan]
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Is anyone using a Steripen?

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#298049 - 01/12/21 01:40 AM Re: Water Purification [Re: TeacherRO]
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Originally Posted By: TeacherRO
Is anyone using a Steripen?


I carry one in my primary emergency kit, but Iíve only used it on tap water to test it.

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#298053 - 01/12/21 03:48 PM Re: Water Purification [Re: EMPnotImplyNuclear]
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Originally Posted By: EMPnotImplyNuclear
[quote=Phaedrus]
The math checks out wink
4 cases of 6 gallons stacked in corner,
like an extra person in the room (or hiding in a closet)

1 rooms 24 gallons
2 rooms 48 gallons
3 rooms 72 gallons

This is very conservative way to add weight to apartments
given the internet wisdom
"Aquariums up to 55 gallons can be placed almost anywhere without much worry at all."


My experience with standard gallons of water is they tend to develop leaks. I've moved to a 55 gallon, food-grade, poly drum and three 7-gallon Aquatainers filled with water, thankfully because I have room for them.
-Blast



Edited by Blast (01/12/21 03:48 PM)
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#298065 - Yesterday at 12:31 AM Re: Water Purification [Re: Blast]
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Originally Posted By: Blast

My experience with standard gallons of water is they tend to develop leaks. I've moved to a 55 gallon, food-grade, poly drum and three 7-gallon Aquatainers filled with water, thankfully because I have room for them.
-Blast


Hi
standard gallons? as in milk jugs?
I've had those leak, in the bathroom and on patio.
Both actual milk jug and distilled water jugs.

This is regular bottled water plastic bottle in 1 gallon size, inside a cardboard box for stacking


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#298067 - Yesterday at 02:21 AM Re: Water Purification [Re: EMPnotImplyNuclear]
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Okay, in my case it was standard 1-gallon jugs of water. Hopefully yours are more durable.
-Blast
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#298080 - Yesterday at 11:27 PM Re: Water Purification [Re: GoatMan]
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I don't know how long you can store water in the bottles that EMP.. Posted. But the bottles are far more durable than the milk jug style containers. The one in that type that is currently wedged between the tool box and bed side in the back of the truck has been there for over 6 months without leaking. The milk jug style does not last very long at all in the back of the pickup.

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