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March '19

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94 • RV PRO • March 2019 rv-pro.com STUART PRICE BOOTH PIC BY BRADLEY WORRELL. ALL OTHER PHOTOS COURTESY OF ACUVA, CLEARSOURCE, NO DIRTY WATER (NDW) AND WATER ON WATER (WOW) A F T E R M A R K E T RV campgrounds are often located in bucolic settings. Against that backdrop, it's not always top of mind to consider that the water sources for those parks may be contaminated with pesticide residues, minerals or diseases from animal waste. Fortunately, there are a number of companies bringing water filtration systems to the RV market. At present, those products are mainly a do-it-yourself item for concerned owners, but their manufacturers see some future for their products both with OEMs and dealers offering them as an upgrade. Water Filtration Made Easy, Portable ClearSource owner Stuart Price founded his water filter company after seeing a need when outfitting the RV he purchased. ClearSource describes its RV water system as a premium product: it features a three-stage carbon filter, heavy-duty filter housings with leak-proof buttress-style threading, all stainless-steel components and a power-coated metal chassis. Several suppliers have developed high-tech products designed to keep water drinkable safe and tasting good no matter where RVers camp. By K. Schipper

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