Aquifer 200 Power Pack Solar
The Aquifer 200 Power Pack Solar watermakers offer an easy-to-use, lightweight, and portable way to purify water from virtually any water source. The Aquifer systems are built into rugged, military grade molded plastic cases that are engineered to survive the outdoor environment. The watermakers in the Aquifer 200 PPS can provide 8 gallons/hour (30 Liters/hour) of purified water from salty, brackish, or freshwater.
The Aquifer Power Pack Solar features a folding solar panel, MPPT solar charge controller, 30 amp hour deep cycle gel battery, and AC battery charger for complete off-grid operation. The Aquifer 200 Power Pack Solar can be connected to a 12v/24v DC power source like a car battery, 100-260v AC 50/60 Hz wall outlet or generator, or run independently from the included solar panel. All Aquifers come standard with Spectra’s unique Clark Pump energy recovery device, a product flow meter, pressure gauge and a hand-held salinity monitor.
The Aquifer series is ideal for emergencies, disaster relief, expeditions, military, and recreation. These units are built using Spectra’s revolutionary and proprietary Clark Pump, a high pressure intensifier that makes the watermaker so energy efficient that they are easily powered by solar panels.
|Salt rejection (average)||99.4%|
|Output (gal)||8.3 gal/h|
|Dimensions (in)||3.08 x 1.56 x 2.03|
|Weight (kg) (oz)||2187|
|Power requirements||12 V / 10 A|
Why emergency food?
Almost daily, we read in the media about accidents and disasters. Once the emergency has occurred, it will be too late to take any extensive precautions to control the damage. But appropriate planning will enable you to be prepared to face emergency situations. Our specially assembled Emergency Food packs have been designed to support you in this effort.
The greatest enemy of dehydrated or freeze-dried foods is moisture and oxygen. For long-term storage, foods must be packaged in solid containers with minimum moisture and oxygen contents. The purpose of packaging under a nitrogen atmosphere is to prevent oxidation of certain components contained in the food.
Food dehydration is the oldest method of increasing the shelf life of foods. For millennia, humanity has known that freshly harvested foods will not be spoiled if they are sun-cured. Such dehydrated foods used to be vital for survival during the wintertime, when food supplies were scarce. Today, state-of-the-art technologies offer new and more advanced approaches to preserving foods.