Seychelle™ Standard Replacement Water Filter for 28 oz Flip-Top bottles and 38/42oz canteens. Provides your family high quality drinking water by filtering listed contaminants, heavy metals and parasites.
- Produces up to 100 gallons of filtered water or more depending upon the quality of the source water.
- Removes up to 99.99% of listed contaminants, pollutants, heavy metals and pathogens.
- Can be used with tap water or outside water sources such as rainwater, rivers, streams or even lakes (excludes salt water, stagnant or brackish water)
Contaminants, Heavy Metals, Parasites and Pathogens
Removes up to 99.99% of toxic chemicals, contaminants, and pollutants found in fresh water supplies including, but not limited to:
Chemicals including Chlorine, Chloroforms, Radon 222, DDT, fluoride (up to 90%).
Dissolved Solids and Heavy Metals including dirt, Arsenic, Asbestos, Lead, Mercury, Copper, Zinc, Aluminum, trihalomethanes, PCB, PCE, Chromium 6, and other detergents and pesticides.
Parasites (Cysts) including Giardia and Cryptosporidium
How It Works
Nukepills™ Filtration Systems are manufactured by Seychelle™ using an electro-magnetically charged resin that attract different contaminants in your water like chemicals and heavy metals. As water passes through the porous body of the water filter, these impurities are drawn to the surface walls of the filter where they remain trapped. All Seychelle™ water filtration products have been tested around the world for their efficacy, and they have been proven to offer the greatest reduction per contaminant in the industry.
Will the filter wear out?
The filter will not wear out, per se. However, the maximum filtering capability gradually diminishes and when the water flow is too low, it’s time to replace the straw. 100 gallons is the maximum.
What is NELAC?
The National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference (NELAC) is a cooperative association of States and Federal agencies, formed to establish and promote mutually acceptable performance standards for the operation of environmental laboratories. Basically, if a lab is NELAC accredited, you can trust its findings.