Survival & Emergency Preparedness

Disasters can happen at any time. Are you prepared?

Freeze Dried Food

A natural disaster can happen at any time. Some disasters give warning like a storm preceding a flood.  Others, like earthquakes give no warning.  Once a disaster happens, the time to prepare is gone and all you can do is cope. At a minimum, you should prepare to be isolated and on your own for at least a minimum of 3 days and nights.  There will likely be the loss of utilities after a disaster.  Power outages are a given, but water may be scarce as well.  The phone system may be inoperable.  Your only source of news will be the car radio, assuming your local radio station has generator equipment.  There might not be medical help for minor cuts or broken bones for several days.

deluxe survival emergency kit with food storage and water
With the loss of power come side affects you may not think of.  There will be no gasoline available.  (Without power, there is no way to pump the gas.)  You might be far from home.  Your car’s heater might be your only source of heat. The money in your pocket will have to last until power is returned.  Some supplies may be available, but buying some items like a manual can opener will be impossible.  Cash cards will be useless if power or phone lines are lost.  Many stores will have a hard time opening since items don’t have prices on them anymore, thanks to scanning cash registers!  You get the picture. Click here to learn more about how to prepare and protect yourself.

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Emergency Hand Pump for Multipure Water Filter Systems

The Emergency Hand Pump is a wise addition to any Multipure water filter system purchase. This has been used when earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, snowstorms, flooding, and power outages have struck North America. Consider this simple tool for emergency preparedness. Water from many sources can be chemically treated and then made potable by hand pumping it through a Multipure unit to address impurities.