This case of Blue Can Emergency Drinking Water contains 24 12-ounce aluminum cans and has an amazing 50-year shelf-life. This case of emergency drinking water is the perfect emergency preparedness water storage solution. Simply store in an area between 33 and 145 degrees Fahrenheit. These cans open like a standard soda can and due to their long shelf life, no rotation is necessary.
About Blue Can Emergency Drinking Water
Blue Can Water is filtered and purified and contains less than one part-per-million of dissolved solids. During the canning process, each can of water is pressurized, removing all oxygen before hermetically sealing for long-term storage. This gives Blue Can Water the unique advantage of protection from UV light and all other possible contaminates, making the expiration of the pure water inside a Blue Can proportional to the shelf life of the aluminum container itself. Unlike tin and steel, aluminum cans do not rust. Blue Can Water has a state-of-the-art manufacturing process that exceeds standard FDA regulations and that of the bottled water industry and therefore, Blue Can Water has a 50-Year shelf-life.
Blue Can water is sterilized, purified, and disinfected to remove chemicals or particles using a 12-step multi-stage process. This process includes using active-charcoal filters, dual reserve osmosis high pressure, six-stage micron traps, two sterilizers, a high intensity UV light, active PH balance with state-of-the-art technology and preserved under pressure with nitrogen gas and water structuring unit to create smaller clusters for better cell absorption by the consumer.
In addition, and in accordance with the FDA requirements, Blue Can Water cans have an epoxy coating on the inside to protect the contents from the metal. (Aged water in the can has been tested BPA-Free by an FDA certified lab). Blue Can Water is always at a neutral PH to prevent any decay of the epoxy coating inside the containers.
It is recommended that Blue Can Water be stored between 33 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius) and no higher than 145 degrees (55 degrees Celsius) Fahrenheit. Temperature fluctuations within the recommended range does not change the quality of Blue Can Water.