Over the years several companies have been making and selling canned water. The majority of the steel cans claim to last thirty years. Some canning methods are now outdated.
A brand-new long-term water source labelled Blue Can Water may look like a can of soda but it is actually an aluminum can of drinking water, stamped with a 50 year shelf life.
Those cans are ideal to stock a cabin, vehicle, bug out site, etc. The water and packaging comply with standards for purified drinking.
Blue Can Water provides a wide variety of cases and pallets sized to meet your hydration needs. When disaster strikes, you’ll have peace of mind.
- MSRP is $29.95 per case of 24 cans.
- Cans are made of corrosion resistant aluminum and are hermetically sealed.
- It stores well between 33 degrees F and can go up to 150 degrees F (1C to +60C.
An epoxy coating on the inside of the cans protects the water from absorbing metal or its taste.
Original Source: http://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/survivalist/survival-gear-review-blue-can-water-water-supply-claims-last-50-years