Potable Aqua Water Purification Treatment Review

Potable Aqua Water Purification Treatment
These water treatment tablets come in mighty handy

If you’re a prepper who owns water filtration equipment like the LifeStraw Personal Water Filter, you’ll probably be wondering if you need water purification tablets such as Potable Aqua’s Water Purification Treatment.

The answer to that is a resounding yes! While the LifeStraw and similar products are fantastic for purifying drinking water, they do have their limitations. When the climate is very cold, the filter membranes in these convenient devices can freeze and break.

The freezing and thawing process can compromise the entire filter and you wouldn’t even know it. Water purification tablets do not have this problem. While the tablets are slightly inconvenient, they are just as reliable.

All you need to do is add the tablet to the water and in 30 minutes, you should be able to drink it. When it comes to treating large amounts of water, tablets are the way to go.

For example, if there’s a water shortage during a crisis such as a hurricane which damages the water lines, you may still be able to use the water in your swimming pool to have a shower.

What you’ll need to do is get 2 or 3 pails of water from the pool and bring them into your bathroom. Now you can add Potable Aqua’s water purification tablets into the water to treat them before showering.

You can’t treat pails of water with the LifeStraw. You need the tablets, and even if the water is just used for showering, it’s best to treat it because you never know what pathogens or bacteria may be in the water.

One bottle of Potable Aqua contains 50 water purification tablets that you can use to treat 25 quarts of water.

If you’re bugging out in the wild, you can always add one small bottle of these tablets in your bug-out bag. They’re light and take up very little space. These are a good compliment to water filters and will be a reliable backup if you lose your water filter or it gets damaged.

If you’re wondering how the tablet’s work, it’s quite simple. The active ingredient in the tablet Tetraglycine Hydroperiodide (TGHP). Each tablet has about 20 grams of it and when you add the tablet in the water and it dissolves, 8 mg of titratable iodine will be released into the water and will render the microorganisms in the water inactive. Now it’s safe for you to drink the water.

While all that may sound a little technical, what really matters is that the product works. Before the advent of water filters, most survivalists, military units, etc. used water purification tablets to treat water from questionable sources. This is a proven method of water treatment.

The Potable Aqua water purification tablets are some of the best out there. With over a thousand customer reviews which are mostly positive, and a high rating in Amazon, this product is value for money and reliable. You can count on it when the going gets tough and your survival depends on getting access to clean water.

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