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How Tough Is It? – The Water Box Can Take A Beating

by David Holman and Dave Conklin, DayZero Products We wondered what kind of damage might occur to the water box if it were to experience likely accidental impacts. We tested two scenarios, one where the case slips from the hand of a user while carrying it by the handle, and a second one, where it […]

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Early Adopters

DayZero Products Co. supports our customers.  This letter went out to all those who purchased our pilot-run products, offering to upgrade their water boxes with the learning we gained from the early units.

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Storing Water

The Seattle Office of Emergency Management (OEM) recommends storing 1 gallon of water per day for 7-10 days

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First production run

Our first official production units are here!!

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The 14-day test

The unit logged 130,000 cranks, simulating the treatment of 1,588 gallons of water.

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Water Storage Survey

In the event of an emergency water is of the utmost importance in any survival kit. This applies whether sheltering in place or evacuating. The CDC provides a guide for storing emergency water and since water is JOB 1 we are curious as to whether its recommendations are followed and if not what alternate solutions […]

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The 10,000-Crank Test

The website theprepared.com challenged DayZero to pull 5 of our hand-cranked generator water boxes off the shelf and turn the crank 10,000 times on each one.

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What Happened to our UV-Box?

DayZero has dropped the UV-Box product from its price list. After further research we concluded that we couldn’t guarantee that the UV-C dosage was adequate for disinfecting objects of COVID-19.

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How Much Greenhouse Gas is Produced By Boiling Water?

At least 30 million metric tons of CO2 is produced each year by burning biomass to boil water.

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