Outback Water Systems

Gravity Water Filter for Emergency and Survival Preparedness

Natural disasters can happen anywhere, anytime. Flooding, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes or a national emergency can quickly disrupt or compromise a water supply, and within minutes, an entire city can be left without drinkable water. 


FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), Center for Disease Control (CDC), and the Red Cross recommend making clean, safe water a top priority during an emergency. 


According to the Center for Disease Control, you should "Store at least 1 gallon of water per person per day for 3 days, for drinking and sanitation. Try to store a 2-week supply, if possible, and you should consider storing more water for hot climates, for pregnant women, and for persons who are sick."


Storing that much water is a logistical challenge. The Outback gravity water filter can provide up to 24 gallons per day of clean, filtered water from almost any moving water source.  


Whether preparing for a disaster or emergency, or creating a food storage program, the Outback gravity filter can help you complete your preparedness goals. Give yourself peace of mind with the Outback Gravity Water Filtration System. You might even consider purchasing an extra set of filters to have on hand during an emergency situation. Learn what the Outback can remove and how it works.


For years, the original Outback Systems were sold primarily to relief organization for use in countries outside the United States. These systems have been used by organizations throughout the world to provide drinking water using contaminated water sources. What is considered the 'domestic version' of the Outback was made available to the general public in 2001.