Sawyer Products 索亚产品 PointOne 挤压式滤水器系统
- 替换袋（3 套）Campmor 产品编号 84705。
Sawyer 索亚 PointOne 挤压式滤水器是市场上最轻、最通用的过滤系统之一。 总重量 85.05 g。 能卷起，几乎不占您背包空间。 只需在湖泊、溪流或河流边填满小袋，将过滤器直接拧到小袋上。 将袋子通过过滤器挤压到您选择的容器中，或是直接从过滤器中饮用，它带有内置推拉盖。 过滤器还能安装到大多数带螺纹的水瓶中，包括 2 升的瓶。最多去除 7 个 对数（99.99999％）的沙门氏菌、霍乱和大肠杆菌等细菌 和 6 个对数（99.99999％）的贾弟虫和隐孢子虫灯所有原生动物。所有 Sawyer 索亚滤水器均超过 EPA 去除率，这些是去除率最高的可用产品。套件包括：PointOne 挤压式滤水器/3 个轻便耐用的可折叠袋；0.5 L、1 L和 2L 尺寸/1 个可替换弹出式饮水口/1 个清洁注射器/清洁和维护说明。最大重量（最大袋）85.05 g。
Everything you need for group and personal water filtration.
Since 1984, Sawyer Products has offered one of the best, most technologically advanced solutions for protection against sun, bugs, water, and injuries -- everything from first aid kits developed for wilderness to point-of-use water filters that filter contaminated water to levels cleaner than U.S. bottled water.
Sawyer Products PointOne Water Filter
SP181 All-in-One Water Filtration System for Groups and Personal Use
Ideal for backcountry excursions with a large group of campers, emergency preparedness, and mission trips abroad, the Sawyer PointOne All-in-One Water Filtration System (model SP181) provides an easy-to-use, portable, and high-flow water filtration system that can be used in a variety of situations. With the included adapters, you can attach the PointOne water filter to a 5-gallon bucket (sold separately) for high-volume potable water, or attach it to a household faucet.
The kit also comes with a 32-ounce (1-liter) BPA-free collapsible water pouch for personal use while backpacking or traveling. The PointOne water filter also features a built-in push-pull cap for convenient drinking directly from the filter, and it attaches directly onto standard threaded water bottles.
With a total field weight of only 3-ounces, the compact PointOne 0.10 Absolute Micron Water Filter takes up minimal space in your pack, and it removes greater than 99.9999% of all bacteria and greater than 99.999% of all protozoa (Independent Testing Laboratory Hydreion, LLC.; Microbiological Report S05-03).
This package includes:
- Sawyer PointOne screw-on water filter
- One 32-ounce collapsible pouch
- Two replaceable pop-up drinking spouts
- One bucket adapter kit (bucket not included)
- One faucet adapter
- One syringe filter cleaner
- One filter hanger
- Installation, cleaning, and maintenance instructions.
No Waiting for Clean, Filtered Water
Filter up to 540 gallons of clean water per day using the included bucket adapter (bucket sold separately).
Attach the faucet adapter to most household faucets for clean water during emergencies or when traveling.
Fill up the the 32-ounce pouch at any source of water—mountain stream, water faucet, etc.
Screw the PointOne filter on to the pouch, then squeeze the bag to filter water into your container of choice.
Technologically Advanced, Easily Portable Water Filtration
Water for Groups
Out on backcountry excursions, during emergencies, or on overseas mission trips, the Sawyer PointOne All-in-One Water Filter System enables you to 'build your own gravity system' for a large group. Simply use the included adapter and any standard polyethelene bucket to filter up to 540 gallons of clean water per day from any fresh water source. On overseas mission trips, you can bring the PointOne filter and faucet adapter to ensure you have safe water on your trip. You can also choose to leave the filter and bucket adapter behind for families in need of clean drinking water.
U-Shaped Microtubes Trap Bacteria
The PointOne's hollow fiber membrane filters are comprised of U-shaped microtubes that allow water to enter into their core through tiny micro-pores, trapping the bacteria and protozoa on the outside. The high number of those tiny tubes and their surface area allows the filter to have one of the fastest flow rates in the world—eliminating the need to store water and reducing the possibility of water contamination after the filtration process.
0.1 Absolute Micron Protection
The Sawyer PointOne is certified at 0.1 absolute microns, meaning the filter contains no pore size larger than 0.1 micron in size. This makes it impossible for harmful bacteria, protozoa, or cysts like E. coli, Giardia, Vibrio cholerae, and Salmonella typhi (which cause Cholera and Typhoid) to pass through the filter. The filter does not remove chemicals, dissolved solids, or viruses. However, viruses are very rarely found in North America or when traveling to foreign cities.
Highest Level of Filtration Available Today
- Removes greater than 99.9999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera, and E.coli.
- Removes greater than 99.999% of all protozoa, such as giardia, and cryptosporidium.
- Independent Testing Laboratory Hydreion, LLC.; Microbiological Report S05-03.
|Usage||Personal||Personal||Personal, Hydration Packs||Groups, Emergency Prep, Mission Trips|
|PointOne Water Filter with Drink Spout||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Included Pouches||One pouch (32-ounce)||Three pouches (12-, 16-, & 32-ounce)||One pouch (16-ounce)||One pouch (32-ounce)|
|Hydration Pack Adapters||✓|
|Bucket Adapter Kit||✓|
I recommend buying a smart water bottle (the filter will screw onto the top) and either drinking through it or squeeze it through into another bottle. The included squeeze bags break easily and are more awkward to squeeze than the bottle.
Also, don't skimp out and get the Sawyer Mini. It's soooooo muuuuuuch slowwwwwwerrrrrrr......
The first problem is that the gasket that fits between the screw threads and the bottle or bag of raw water has fallen out, and without it raw squirts everywhere when you use it. It will still filter, somewhat, but it becomes a long and wet process. Since the other option is to drink raw water, that can be a problem on an extended trip. Garden hose gaskets can be used as replacements (Outfitters don't have them) but also fall out, as do plumbing o rings. I carry a pack of spares with me now since I have had so many issues. This is a common problem with this device on trail.
Second problem is the bladder bags burst up near the neck. over the last 5 months I have used 9 bladder bags, of different sizes, that have all burst. Replacements for these are usually available since this also is a constant and recurring problem for thru hikers. The bladders are 6-10 bucks for replacement, which isn't too much, but then 8 replacements add up. Additionally, I was always carrying a spare, either for myself or to give to another hiker in a burst bag emergency. Fortunately the thread matches a number of drink manufacturers thread for their plastic bottles, which don't burst but are more awkward to use, and I now have a Smart water bottle and a Lipton tea bottle that I use instead of bladders.
Just as an additional note, the Smart water bottle tops are the same size as the nozzle on the filter, and can be used to backflush the filter, eliminating the need to carry around the syringe thing
I realize there is a lifetime guarantee, but that is of no use when you are out in the woods, and the bladder bags have so many disclaimers that good luck to you getting free replacements from any retailer near a trail.