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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Katadyn's Siphon page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Siphon Filter by Katadyn. The Siphon can be used to make a gravity system out of any water container. Place one or more Siphon filter elements into a container and let the water run through the hose into a lower-positioned vessel. Ideal for camping, base camps and emergency use. Specifications of the Siphon Filter by Katadyn Capacity: 5300 gal. / 20000 L Dimensions: 16 x 6.5 cm / 6.3 x 2.6 in Output: 1.4 gal/h / 5 L/h Technology: 0.2 micron ceramic depth filter (cleanable) Weight: 440 grams / 16 oz

- Moosejaw

The Katadyn Siphon turns any water container into a gravity-fed microfiltration system. Simply place the ceramic filter (hose attached) into the container, place the container on higher ground, and let the siphon action take care of the rest. That's it! Filters 1.2 gallons/hour. The Siphon is a member of Katadyn's exclusive Endurance Series, which basically means this filter will last forever. Its silver impregnated, cleanable ceramic element will clean up to 5,000 gallons of water. The Siphon also works as a replacement element for the Katadyn Camp system.

- Backcountry.com

CAMP MICROFILTER: Ceramic gravity system with water bag. Simple gravity system is ideal for families and scouts. Siphon filter with 2.6 gallon water bag. 1.2 gal./hour "hands free" output-no pumping required. Output: Approx. 1.2 gal./hour. Cartridge capacity: Up to 5,000 gal. Weight: 27 oz. Height: 8". Hose length: 80". Includes: 2.6 gal. Ortlieb bag, measuring gauge, cleaning pad.

- CampSaver.com

The Katadyn Siphon filter utilizes a cleanable and reuseable ceramic filter element to filter down to 0.2 microns. It uses gravity and can be integrated with water cans to provide safe drinking water. A measuring guage lets you know when the filter needs to be replaced.

- FogDog Sports