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Purifying Water With UV Light: Neat Jug Self-Powered / kickstarter Campaign

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8 thoughts on “Purifying Water With UV Light: Neat Jug Self-Powered / kickstarter Campaign

  1. The greatest issue I see with dependence on the UV approach in camping-type gear is siltation and the bulb-life. Most power sources in my experience have not been of issue… it’s the bulbs and uncertain timeline penetrating cloudy (shady) water.

    1. This does not mean I would not use this… but I’d make longer term certain tests of its limitations before handing it off to my clients on river expeditions.

  2. I wish people would stop whining. This is a great option if you know your area and you have generally clear water sources. From moving streams etc. It fills a niche.

  3. “Hey my little mongster prepper, I gots a job for you!”

    “Ya pappy prepper?”

    “Take this, and crank it for a few minutes.”

    “Seriously dad?!”

    “Seriously!”

  4. Pretty neat Idea.but what is the frequency used in the UV? It must be 260-270 nm range to be effective.. UV goes up to 400 nm.

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