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Black Berkey vs Ceramic Filters , How do they compare ? 0
How do Black Berkey Filter and Super Sterasyl Ceramic Filters. ?
- Remove pathogenic bacteria
- Remove cysts
- Reduce organic chemicals
- Reduce chlorine
- Reduce sediment and particulate
However, the Black Berkey goes above and beyond this and also:
- Removes lead
- Removes MTBEs
- Removes other heavy metals
The Black Berkey filters also typically have a much longer lifespan than the ceramic. A pair of the Black Berkey filters is estimated by the manufacturer to last for about 6,000 gallons of water, while a pair of the ceramic filters is estimated to have an approximate lifespan of 1,000 gallons. The Black Berkey elements carry a 2-year prorated manufacturer’s warranty, while the Super Steraysl ceramic filters only carry a 6 month manufacturer’s warranty. Each filter can use a fluoride filter attached to the end of it to remove even more. We sell both and would be happy to help you with any other questions you may have!
How do you different Montague Folding Bikes models stack up ? 0
Thinking about Montague Paratrooper , Paratrooper Pro, Highline or Elite?
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Lindon Farms ...great product at great prices ... 0
We are proud to associate with Lindon Farms. A 10 year relationship that stays strong.
Nestled in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, Lindon Farms is dedicating to giving you the peace of mind your family deserves. We believe, with the uncertain times we live in, that it is important to be prepared for anything that may come your way. Lindon Farms provides you with food storage options your family will enjoy!
We seek after the finest freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients available. Our recipes have been carefully developed and refined to create delicious, family friendly meals that when properly stored, last up to 25 years. We’ve selected the best packaging methods and materials to ensure freshness and quality for many years to come.
We manufacture our products in house which allows us to oversee the process from start to finish. We are GMP and USDA-certified as well as undergo third-party food safety audits on a regular basis. The production process includes numerous safety and critical control points including the latest in foreign material detection. You can feel confident that you are receiving the safest, highest quality, and best tasting food storage products on the market.
Lindon Farms offers a variety of products including delicious entrees, refreshing beverages, and a variety of freeze dried fruits, vegetables and USDA- certified meats. Whether you’d like stock up for week’s supply or a 1 year supply, Lindon Farms gives you easy-to-select options that will provide you with the nutrition and calories you need.
Our products arrive in durable plastic containers which are stackable, portable and easy to store. Meals are packaged in convenient 5-10 serving, resalable pouches. Our meals are easy to prepare; simply add water and cook and in as little as 15 minutes you will have a complete meal ready to eat.
Yeti 1250 What is a Watt Hour ? 0
Here's what some of the experts at Goal Zero have to say. Check out our offerings here
As you may have noticed, we use Watt Hours to explain the capacity of most of our products. For many of us, a Watt Hour isn’t something all that familiar. So, here’s a brief explanation of what it is.
A Watt Hour is a unit of measurement for power over a period of time (an hour), or in our case, a way of measuring capacity. One Watt hour is equal to one Watt of average power flow over an hour. One Watt over four hours would be four Watt Hours of power. As an example, a 100 Watt light bulb on a 400 Watt Hour battery (like the Yeti 400) would last, on paper, 4 hours.
A Watt, the measure of power, is usually calculated using this equation: Watts = Volts x Amps. To explain a little further, we will use a plumbing analogy. If we have a water pipe; Volts would be a measure of the water pressure (force) in the pipe, Amps would be a measure of the current or flow through the pipe. A Watt would be the measure of of what you can do with that water, like turning a water wheel. So, how do we determine Watt hours?
Watt Hours are calculated using a similar equation when dealing with batteries. An example of this would be that the Yeti 400 contains a 33 Amp Hour battery operating at 12 Volts. 12 Volts x 33 Amp Hours = 396 Watt Hours or roughly 400 Wh. Not only are Watt Hours a good unit of measurement for capacity, but it is also pretty universal when finding out how many times one of our GZ products will recharge something with it’s own battery in it (like a phone, tablet, or laptop). The Equation to find the Watt Hours of a battery gives us a universal measurement despite batteries on the market varying greatly in operating voltage and mAh.