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Guardian™ Water Purifier

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The Guardian Purifier from MSR is a rugged, self-cleaning and enduring water purification system that will cover all your bases on your overseas or isolated expeditions.

The Guardian uses a hollow fibre cartridge, which is effective against viruses, bacteria, protozoa and particulate – so you don’t need to use further treatment.

Originally designed to be used for the military, this technology has been honed to make it a simple solution for those exploring remote areas. This unit has an advanced hollow fibre filter, that will reliably treat up to 10,000+ litres of water before it needs a replacement.  

This filter will self-clean with every stroke which helps the flow rate to be consistent, and eliminates the need to ever backflush or scrub the filter. With a rate of 2.5 litres of water per minute, this system allows you to quickly and efficiently treat water for a larger group of people.

Built to withstand freezing conditions, harsh environments and heavy use –  the Guardian is at home on all your rugged expeditions where clean drinking water isn’t available.

  • Effective against viruses (99.99%), bacteria (99.9999%), protozoa (99.9%) and particulate.
  • Pumps 2.5 litres per minute
  • Eliminated the need for further light or chemical treatment
  • Self-Cleaning
  • Hollow fibre cartridge treats up to 10,000+ litres of water
  • Designed for heavy use, freezing conditions and other harsh environments
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In Use Dimensions:
21H x 12W x 8D cm
Packed Dimensions:
21H x 12W x 8D cm
Polyurethane | BPA Free
Filter Size:
0.02 Microns
Filter Life:
10,000 + L
Effective Against:
Protozoa | Bacteria | Viruses
Flow Rate:
2.5 L/min
0.49 Kg
3 Year Limited

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