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Review SeaPack - Emergency Water Desalinator by HTI Water

09 Sep, 2012

In this video, we demonstrate the use of the SeaPack Emergency Desalinator by HTI Water (HTI - Hydration Technology Innovations).

This sea water filter uses a forward osmosis membrane to remove 97% of the salt from sea water. It can also be used for fresh, muddy, or brackish water as well. It is similar to the X-Pack, the LifePack, and the HydroPack water filters, although they are intended for fresh water (not sea water).

Filmed on the island of Molokai's West End at Make Horse Beach (Pohakumauliuli Beach), with follow-up video filmed near TheEpicenter.com's warehouse in Eugene, Oregon.

N/A**UPDATE** Unfortunately, HTI - Hydration Technology Innovations has closed their doors. The SeaPack, X-Pack, LifePack, and HydroPack products are no longer in production.

However, the OTS - Osmo Seal Fresh & Salt Water Filter (Emergency Desalination/Water Purifier Survival System) is available for purchase at Amazon.com.

Other Water Filters & Water Purification products can be found here at TheEpicenter.com.

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