- 2 AquaBricks (each container stores 3 gal. of water)
- 1 Journey water filter (treats up to 250 gal.)
- 4 replacement Journey water filters (treats up to 1,000 total gal. of water)
- Easy to assemble
- Easy to carry, pour, clean, stack and store
- Pressurize with air from included pump design
- Made of BPA-free, high-density/high-impact polyethylene plastic
- Fast flow rate
- Stackable, interlocking and extremely rugged
- Air-tight, water-tight lid
- Easy to transport with ergonomic handles and balanced weight
- Convenient and simple to use
- Filter membranes made in the USA, formed and assembled in China
- Empty brick weight: 2.36 lbs. /1.07 kg
- Volume: 3 gal. /11.35 L
- Dimensions: 9"W x 18"L x 6"H / 22.86 cm x 45.72 cm x 15.24 cm
The EPA standards for removal of micro-organisms from water are shown in percentage reduction as well as the water quality standard of “log reduction”
Bacteria: 99.9999% (6 log reduction)
Virus: 99.99% (4 log reduction)
Giardia/Cryptosporidium: 99.9% (3 log reduction)
What is End of Life Testing?
In our industry of water filters, end-of-life testing simply means “testing the water filter over and over again until it’s no longer effective; and measuring the amount of water it successfully filtered.”
How End of Life Testing Works?
The lab takes a ton of bacteria, virus and other contaminants and dumps it into the testing drums. Then it filters impurities through the Sagan water filters. The Journey water filter, used in the AquaBrick Water Filtration System, has gone through rigorous end-of-life testing. After 25 gallons, the results are checked. When it's "all clear," then the water is spiked with another big dose of bacteria, virus and germy substances, and continues to be tested with the same water filter. Sagan continually re-contaminates the water after every 25 gallons and continues testing the same filter. It comes out crystal clear, clean and pure time after time. When this filter is no longer providing clean, clear water – it is at the “end of life”.