Aquapails are a portable water filtration device designed to take any contaminated water and convert it into safe, bacteria-free drinking water. In any survival situation, obtaining clean, drinkable water can be the difference between life and death. This mobile water filter can clean a gallon worth in just 5 minutes, providing safe consumable water all while being environmentally friendly. Simply pour any water onto the lid reservoir and the water will seep through the various levels of purifying media and drain out the bottom into the clean water receptacle. If theres any debris on the lid, simply unscrew the lid and rinse it off.
The 400 version filters up to 400 gallons while the 1000 version filters up to 1,000 gallons worth of dirty water from rivers, streams, lakes or reservoirs. The AquaPail exceeds EPA and WHO water safety standards by removing harmful toxins including bacteria, viral pathogens, heavy metals, fluoride, chlorine, radiation, tannins and other harmful water pollutants. Since the shelf life is 50 years or more, you can always rely on your AquaPail to have fresh, drinkable water in any given situation. Buy today and have reliable clean water as part of your emergency supplies.
Shelf Life: The AquaPails last 50 years or more when stored properly in a container or storage unit.
Uses: Use these pails to filter your dirty water into clean, drinkable water. The AquaPail 400 filters up to 400 gallons and the AquaPail 1000 filters up to 1,000 gallons; does not work filtering salt water.
I read about the Aqua Pail 400 on several prepper sites online where the reviews were phenomenal. I bought mine over a month ago from Honeyville and use it to filter the tap water to get rid of fluoride,chlorine and metals that are harmful to our health.. I place it over a water crock and it just trickles down.I am very pleased with it and love the fact that It will filter 400 gallons of sewage water or 800 gallons of pond/stream/tap water.A must have in an emergency. I read a couple months ago that a town in Oregon had a -BOIL ONLY- water recommendation because their water supply became contaminated. An Aqua Pail would have given those folks safe water and peace of mind.Review by Vicki Biscarra (Posted on 7/14/14)