These 5 gallon water storage/carrier containers are made of the best material. They are DOT and UN approved for the storage of drinking water. Molded handle insure safe portability and containers have a heavy duty cap to insure water containment even in an earthquake. Faucets can be attached to 3/4″ treads molded in to cap for dispensing of liquid. Containers can be stored inside or outside.
55 Gallon Container. Clean water is one of the first things you will need in any emergency. Store at least 1 gallon of water per person per day (pppd). 3-6 months of stored water is not unreasonable. Our NEW Heavy duty food grade plastic barrels come with 2 bung openings in the top. Great for water or fuel storage. Fill at your home with clean drinkable water, add a preserver and close. Can be stored inside or out year round. Allow at least 5” empty head room if storing outside for freezing water to expand. One 55 gal. drum of water is approx. a two week supply for a family of four at 1 gal.
The JarBox is designed to safely store or transport your canning jars. Protect your preserves from breakage during transportation, small earth quakes, and rodents. The JarBox is made of durable hard plastic and they can be nested or stacked on each other for easy storage while not in use.
JarBox Totes come two to a package and can be used separately as bases to keep your jars from sliding around on shelves, or you can use one of the totes as a base and the other tote as a lid for safe transport.
Our Exclusive tool works with, 55/30/15 Gallon Drums as well as 2/5/6/ Gallon Buckets it also is ready for emergencies with a Natural Gas Shutoff, and the ability to open and turn on Fire Hydrants (Check your local laws).
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