Water in an Emergency (Part 2 of 3)

Last week I posted Part 1 of this training (see part one here). I think this will be eye opening information for you. Please watch it and share it with your friends and loved ones.

Part 3 is here.

Do you have questions or comments? Leave them below. Thanks

P.S. In case you want a solution for purifying your water in an emergency, check out my product; the Survival Still. It’s the best emergency drinking water system on the market.

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6 Comments

  1. Thank you for reminding me of the important points of making water safe again. I used to live where rainwater running off the roof, was the water source. I bought a water distiller to purify the water to the max. However, in a disaster situation, one might not have easy access to a heat source (fire, electricity) to boil the water as starting point for distillation…

  2. I met a chemist at a water treatment plant in our city and told her that we distilled lake water for a science project and with a very basic water test it showed bacteria was not there. But she told me that is not true. The water would need to be chlorinated as well.
    Can you explain to me why she said that?

  3. Lia: There are some fairly rare cysts that exist in some polluted water that are resistant to destruction by heat. Merely heating to pasteurization temps (165° at sea level) will not destroy those cysts. Heating the water until it reaches a roiling 212° and letting cool in ambient temps around 60°F will destroy those cysts. Distilling necessarily means heating the water until it turns to steam at 212°F at sea level. Altitude doesn’t really begin to play a part in the process until at or above 10,000 feet. Most folks don’t live at that altitude. The water treatment tech was covering herself to limit liability for whatever water agency employed her— or as Glenn suggest, all she knew about water treatment was you had to dump chlorine in it.

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