Sawyer Tap Water Filter
The Sawyer Tap Filter removes biological contaminants, guaranteeing immediate clean drinking water when you need it most. Great to use when travelling, during boil alerts, or in emergencies when safe drinking water is compromised, the Tap Filter is easy-to-use and will filter to up to 500 gallons (1900 Litres) of clean drinking water per day.
It’s the ideal component for use during natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, fires, and earthquakes. Hitting the road? Consider the Tap Filter your pocket-sized peace of mind for all questionable sources –– campgrounds, festivals, events, in RVs, and when traveling internationally. Filter your caravan water before it goes into the water tank or fillup from any tap while on the move.
- Designed for use with taps - Caravan / Vanlife, After Hurricanes / Cyclones, Boil Alerts or Traveling Overseas
- Removes 99.99999% of bacteria (salmonella, cholera, and E. coli), 99.9999% of protozoa (cryptosporidium and giardia), and 100% of microplastics
- Exceeds Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommended removal rates.
- Quality Tested
- 0.1 Micron Absolute Filtration
- Tiny ‘U’ shaped hollow fiber micro-tubes trap contaminants while allowing the filtered water to freely pass through at a high flow rate. Impossible for harmful bacteria (like salmonella or leptospirosis), protozoa, or cysts like E. coli, Giardia, Vibrio cholera, and Salmonella typhi to pass through the filter.
- Immediate Filtration
- Simply attach the filter to a standard faucet tap (17-20mm in size) or hose bib spigot, turn on the water, and filter into a clean container.
- Weight: 113.3g
- Includes: 1x 0.1 Micron Absolute Hollow Fiber Membrane Tap Filter, 1x Backwash Adapter, 1x Threaded Spigot Adapter, 1x Tap Sizer Gauge, 1x Extension Hose, 1x Dual Threaded Adapter
- Longevity: Up to 500 gallons/day (1900 Litres/day) for up to 5-10 years (With Regular Backflushing)
- Filter Material: Hollow Fiber Membrane
- Removes: Bacteria, Protozoa, E. Coli, Giardia, Vibrio cholerea, Salmonella Typhi, Leptospirosis, and microplastics