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Product DescriptionThe Miniworks EX Microfilter delivers long-lasting, field-maintainable water filtration in demanding environments. Engineered for frequent and heavy use, it utilizes a carbon/ceramic element that ensures clean, reliable, and taste-free water. The innovative AirSpring Accumulator is capable of pumping one liter per minute, and the flow rate can be renewed easily and repeatedly in the field with no tools required. Weighs 1 lb. 7-1/2"L x 2-3/4"W. Cartridge life: 2000 liters.
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Q:Will it filter salt water?Asked on 6/13/2010 by Anonymous
A:yes it will filter water with salt but it will not remove saltAnswered on 8/3/2010 by waterboy from knox, tn
A:Its will not make salt water safe to drink.I know of no portable filter designed to desalinate salt water.Answered on 2/27/2011 by Brian from Brookville,Pa
Q:where do obtain water to be filter from like a body of water such as a lake or something?Asked on 5/7/2010 by mee
A:This should certainly be an option for you to use.Answered on 5/10/2010 by Charlie from Gander Tech
A:anything that has water, dont recomend a puddle, but streams, and lakes, doesnt matter, will take everything out and make it clean and safe to drink.Answered on 5/24/2010 by camp/fish/hunt from Green Bay, wi
A:The best place is in the middle of the lake, where there is no crud on top, dip down arms length and use that. Good rule of thumb is if it looks dirty it is dirty. Shallow areas pick up dirt and lessen filter life. We use a large bladder (old gravity filtration bag system) hanging from a tree to store lake water and filter from that into water bottles or cooking pots. Fetching water also keeps the kids busy.Answered on 11/21/2010 by camper from Wisconsin
Q:what is the estimated volume achievable before replacing the elementAsked on 3/4/2010 by Pete survival from Peachtree city ga
A:I got a full summer of weekend camping and hiking water. I always replaced the filter in the spring. But I have never ran out of fresh water. So my answer would be not to find out. replace once a year. Unless you are filtering for a small town.Answered on 4/15/2010 by BLKICE from MARSHALL MO
A:MSR claims the filter cartridge is good for 2000 liters of water. That may change depending on the water being filtered.Answered on 1/5/2011 by Low from Getty PA
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