(comparison )

750 gal.

(can convert to under the sink)

750 gal.
Designer Countertop

(Plastic Model)

750 gal.
Countertop only

750 gal.
Below the Sink

1200 gal.
Below the Sink

(with capacity meter)

Reverse Osmosis

Whole House

Emergency Drinking Water
Storage and Purification

For Your Home, Office and RV

"Emergency Survival"

There are many different kinds of disasters that can impact our daily lives. Not many people think about making preparations till earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, fires, hurricanes or power outages hit. Now is the time to make preparation for you and your family. It is a simple thing to do. Below are some suggestions on Water storage and purification.

  • Store at least a weeks supply of drinking water for each family member (at least one gallon per person, per day.)
  • Store at least 2 gallons of water in your vehicle, along with a blanket and an emergency pak with items you may need when away from home.
  • Store additional water for hygiene and cooking.
  • Store additional supply of water for your pets.
  • Replace your stored water every six months.
  • Store your water in a cool, dark, and dry place separated from your other emergency supplies.
  • Store your water on lower shelves, rather than on higher shelves from which containers could fall and burst.
  • Do not store water in plastic milk bottles. Heavy, opaque bottles with screw on lids are preferable for storing water.
  • Water heater, if secured.
  • Toilet tanks (not the bowl) if the water hasn't been treated with chemicals to enhance color, smell, etc.
  • Canned vegetables and fruits stored in water or juice.
  • Beverages
  • Ice
  • Swimming pools (for hygiene purposes only). It is NOT recommended that swimming pool water be used for drinking because acids build up in the water which could be harmful to health.
  • DO NOT use water stored in vinyl plastic containers, such as water beds, for drinking.
Our Drinking water Systems can be used effectively in an emergency situation to treat water at the tap, stored water, or water from alternative sources. If the water source is questionably contaminated, it should be disinfected prior to use and then processed through the system to remove the disinfection solution and contaminants which may be in the water which are impervious to some disinfection methods, such as Giardia Lamblia, Cryptosporidium, certain chemicals, etc.

You may use our systems installed at your kitchen sink to process stored water or water from alternate sources by siphoning the water from the source through the filter unit. This can be done by gravity feed or with a hand pump kit available from our company.

Some customers are purchasing the 400 gallon unit for emergency use. This may even be used for camping purpose.

If the water source is questionably contaminated, it should be disinfected prior to drinking. The American Red Cross recommends the following:

  • Boil for 5-10 minutes or
  • Add 10 drops of household bleach solution per gallon of water, mix well and let stand for 30 minutes. If the water is cloudy, double the amount of chlorine. A slight smell or taste of chlorine indicates water is adequately disinfected. or...
  • Add household tincture of iodine in the same manner as bleach above, or...
  • Use commercial purification tablets such as Halazone or Globaline. Follow package instructions.

Keep in mind that during an emergency, the public water utility may not be able to maintain the integrity and quality of your tap water due to damage to its equipment and distribution system. It may be advisable that you treat your tap water following a disaster situation. Then process your drinking water through one of our drinking water systems to provide safe, clean drinking water.

Consider one of our systems as part of your emergency survival plan.
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More on Biological issues in water - http://www.theolivebranch.com/water/safety.htm

Water around the country and in the News - http://www.theolivebranch.com/water/news.htm

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K. Culbreth, Independent Distributor


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