Katadyn - Pocket Filter - Water filter

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Attributes & features
Design:
Water filter
Recommended use:
Trekking; Expedition; Extreme conditions
Mechanism:
Ceramic filter
Capacity:
approx. 1 l/ min.
Capacity:
approx. 50,000 l
Sterilization:
Removes bacteria; Protozoa; Giardia; Algae; Spores; Sediments. Viruses in connection with articles larger than 0.2 micron
Dimensions:
24 x 6 cm
Weight:
550 g
Extras:
Pre-filter; Bottle clip; Pocket
Item No.:
538-0039
Product description
The Pocket is a classic water filter by Katadyn. It is extremely high quality and robust which lets it withstand the most extreme conditions.
This water filter was the first portable one of its kind and to this day is still the best. It is constantly being further developed and is now even easier and better to use. Its mechanism is tried and tested: a ceramic filter with micro pores (pore size approx. 0.0002 millimeters) reliably removes bacteria, protozoa etc. As the filter is easy to clean you will not need any replacement filters and the lifespan is an approximate 50,000 liters – enough for several people for a long time. There is a 20 year warranty, as Katadyn only uses the highest quality materials.
On a long trekking tour, on an expedition or anywhere else – the Katadyn Pocket works reliably and will always provide the best drinking water.

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Question from Alexandra | Bremen
31.05.2015
Temperaturen unter null

Was ist wenn man den Filter abends im Camp benutzt (Altiplano Bolivien) und nachts friert es (-15°C)? Unser alter Filter (nicht dieses Modell) ist dadurch glaube ich kaputt gegangen. Das war in Peru, da hat es auch nachts gefroren. Diesmal geht es mit dem Rad durch Bolivien.

Dankeschön.

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Question from Alexander | Essen
26.05.2015
Wo sollte ich den Wasserfilter nicht nutzen?

Ich werde mich bald für längere Zeit in Mittelamerika aufhalten. Kann ich da unbedenklich an jeder Wasserquelle den Filter nutzen oder wo sollte ich wirklich lieber abgefülltes Wasser kaufen? Also, wann bringt mit der Filter nix?
Danke schonmal! :)

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