Blue Can Water 12 oz Cans
DISCOUNTS FOR QUANTITIES OVER 10 CASES - CALL FOR A QUOTE
Considering the broad nature,
scope, and length of emergencies that could contaminate public drinking water
supplies, a "pro-active" emergency water response plan is essential because the
availability of potable drinking water is vital for the survival, safety, and
welfare of first responders and victims of an emergency event.
- Severe weather...hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, winter storms
- Natural disasters...earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions
- Pandemics...influenza, avian bird flu
- Terrorism...homeland security
- Bio terrorism
- Radiation emergencies...dirty bombs, nuclear blasts
- Chemical emergencies...nerve agents, chlorine, toxic alcohols
- Hazardous material transfers
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONSAll cases are fully cardboard packed - exposed can image is for illustration only
Packaging: Water and packaging comply with
standards for purified drinking water, with a 50 year shelf life. Units are made of corrosion resistant aluminum
and are hermetically sealed.
- Cost per individual 12
oz unit - $1.25
- Cost per case of 24
units - $29.95
- Standard Case Pack:
24-12oz (354.88 ml) units
- Gallons/Case: 2.25
- Case Dimensions:
16"L x 10.6"W x 5.5"H
- Case Weight: 19.5 lbs.
- Standard Pallet: 100
Cases/2400 individual units
- Gallons/Pallet: 225
- Pallet Dimensions: 48"L
x 40"W x 66"H
- Pallet Configuration: 9
cases/tier x 11 tiers/ 1 case in middle
- Pallet Weight: 1970 lbs.
- Storage Temperature: 33
degrees F to +150 degrees F (1C to +60C)
- Water: Purified and
commercially sterile drinking water - Reverse Osmosis and Ozonation/UV
- 50 year shelf life
Cans of water vs plastic bottles of water
can is made of up to 95% recycled aluminum. Each plastic bottle is made
of ZERO% recycled plastic. Plastic bottles are not allowed to be
reused for food or beverages. Over 65% of aluminum cans are actually
recycled. Plastic bottles, less than 9% get recycled.
the water from light, mold and fungus, plastic does not. Water in cans
lasts decades, in plastic bottles water spoils within 12-24 months.
Aluminum cans never leach plastic or metal into the water. Cans get cold
faster than plastic bottles.
Our BPA Free Water is healthy water.
1. BPA is a component of the plastic bottling manufacturing process.
2. Blue Can packaging and labeling are also plastic-free since the 1940's
the FDA requires that all metal containers have an epoxy coating on the
inside to protect the contents from the metal.
3. This epoxy isolates our pure water from the aluminum container.
4. Blue Can Pure Water is tested BPA free by a Certified Laboratory *
Once the water has been purified to
less than one part per million (ppm) we retain that purity by
immediately "pressure sealing" it in our Blue Cans. Inside the sealed
can the pure water is also protected from UV light, which can accelerate
plastic leaching from plastic bottled water.
Purified Filtered Water:
Blue Can water is purified, sterilized and disinfected to remove any chemicals or particles using a 12 step multi-stage process.
Including using active-charcoal filters, dual-reverse osmosis high
pressure, six stage micron traps, two sterilizers using high intensity
UV light, active PH balance unit and a final pass through a high
pressure active charcoal micro filter and water structuring unit to
create smaller clusters for better cell absorption.
Water analysis reports are performed by third party laboratories, using procedures established by EPA, AOAC, APHA, AWWA, WPCF.
* Click Here to Review our Water Report. Click Here to Review our Water Report.
How do you determine your 50 year shelf life?
Can offers a 50 year shelf life guarantee for its pure water products
based on state-of-the-art manufacturing processes that exceed standard
FDA regulations and bottled water industry standards.
FDA has established specific regulations for bottled water in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR)...
The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) further adds:
The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration, which regulates the quality and safety of bottled water,
has neither set nor suggested any limitation to the shelf life of
bottled water. In that regard, the International Bottled Water
Association's general position is that as long as water is packaged in
accordance with FDA processing and good manufacturing practices, 21 CFR,
Part 129, and meets the FDA quality standard provisions as outlined in
21 CFR, Part 165, the product's shelf life should remain intact for an
indefinite period provided that product storage is as recommended by the
Blue Can filters and purifies our canned water to less than one part
per million of dissolved solids. During the canning process, each can
of water is “patent pending” pressurized, removing all oxygen before
hermetically sealing for long-term storage. This gives Blue Can
products 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. Therefore,
Blue Can offers a 50 Year Shelf Life for its pure water products based
on state-of-the-art manufacturing processes that exceed standard FDA
regulations and bottled water industry standards.
What temperature do you recommend storing Blue Can?
fluctuations do not change the quality of our water. It's recommended
water be stored between 33 degrees and no higher than 145 degrees for
What are the specifications or standards for the canned water?
Blue Can water is purified, sterilized
and disinfected to remove any chemicals or particles using a 12 step
mulit-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, ozoned 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.
Is radiological testing conducted on the source water at least every 4 years?
testing is done EVERY YEAR and no Radiological residue has been
detected. Water analysis reports are performed by third party
laboratories using procedures established by EPA, AOAC, APHA, AWW and
WPCF. Extensive testing was conducted by an independent analytical
NELAP Accredited Laboratory (Weck Laboratories Inc. ISO 17025, ELAP
#1132, LACSD #10143, NELAC #04229CA) who certified that the test results
meet all requirements of NELAC. According to the certified lab report,
BCW meets all drinking water standards as established by the State of
California Department of Health Services. Certificate of Analysis is
Hydration, cooking, and hygiene
- Work force, family, and personal preparation
- Disaster victims
- Federal, state, county, and municipal emergency response teams
- Shelters, schools, universities, hospitals, and assisted living facilities
- Police, sheriff, and highway patrol
- Fire departments
- Emergency medical services
- K-9 units and search / rescue dogs
Water Supply Requirements
- Store at least 1/2 to 1 gallon per person and pet per day for very basic needs
- Store at least a 14-day supply of water for each person
- Store and drink twice as much in warmer climates
- Do not ration water and risk dehydration