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Katadyn Gravidyn / Ceradyn Water Filter

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Replaceable cartridge lasts 39,000 gallons
 
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Gravidyn & Ceradyn Comparison Chart
  Katadyn Drip Gravidyn Katadyn Drip Ceradyn
Filtration Technology Ceramic depth filtration with activated carbon granules Ceramic depth filtration
Contaminant Removal Bacteria, protozoa, other disease-causing agents, and chemicals Bacteria, protozoa, and other disease-causing agents
Filter Replacement Gravidyn Replacement Filter Ceradyn Replacement Filter
Katadyn Gravidyn/Ceradyn Drip Water Filter (Gravity Container)
  • Type: Gravity fed
  • Filter Element Life: Up to 39,000 gallons (150,000 liters); Gravidyn filter media needs to be replaced every 6 months because it contains carbon
  • Reservoir Capacity: 2.5 gallons (upper chamber)
  • Best Use: Large groups, hunting, fishing, camping, and mountain huts
  • Output Speed: 1 gallon/hr (4 liters/hr)
  • Dimensions: 10” x 18”
  • Weight: 7 lbs.
  • Guarantee: 2 years
Katadyn Drip Advantages
  • Highest capacity of any other filter of its kind
  • Collapsible container – from 10” x 36” to 10” x 18”
  • Uses BPA-free, FDA-approved plastics
  • Reusable ceramic filter can be easily cleaned – even on the go
  • No pumping required
  • Includes a measuring gauge which indicates when the filter element should be changed
  • Meets EPA Purifier Standards
Technical Information
  • Made of food-grade silicone and ceramic
  • Silver impregnated ceramic depth filtration (0.2 microns)
  • Can be cleaned and reused multiple times
  • Eliminates bacteria, protozoa, cysts, algae, spores, sediments, and viruses in combination with particles greater than 0.2 micron (Gravidyn also reduces chemicals)
  • Reduces chemicals and radioactive particles
  • Micro-organisms cannot pass through the mini pores of the filter ceramic (0.2 microns) because of their size (greater than 0.2 microns = 0.0002 mm)
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