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Old 09-10-2008, 12:47 PM   #1
corvo
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Join Date: Sep 2008
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Default General Supply Kit

The general Supply kit aim to provide a food reserve for a family/year
water:
  • 300 l /person 3 months (has to be preserved using disinfectant means, like Micropur)
  • Katadyn Pocket Filter
  • Food /person/year
  • Basic version:
  • 170 kg wheat
  • 45 kg sugar or/and honey
  • 45kg milk powder
  • 6kg salt
Food Luxurious Version:

Carbohydrate:
  • 24 kg flour
  • 12 kg semolina
  • 36 kg rice
  • 36 kg pasta
  • 3 kg flaked oats
  • 12 kg sugar
  • 6 kg honey
  • 12 kg crisp bread or zwieback
  • Protein:
  • 12 kg canned meat
  • 12 kg milk powder
  • 24 kg dried beans, peas, lentils
  • 6 kg canned fish
  • 3 kg egg powder

Fats and oils:
  • 12 l oil
  • Salt and vitamins:
  • 6 kg salt
  • multivitamin medicaments
  • 30 ascorbin acid in powder (better more, also to use as substitute for vinegar or lemon acid)

Other suggestions:
  • wheat (whole grain)
  • dried fruit
  • canned vegetables
  • vinegar
  • broth
  • spices
  • drink chocolate
  • coffee
  • polenta
  • nuts
  • canned fruit
  • tea

Further equipment:
  • sleeping bag and bed role
  • gas cooker, pot, dishes
  • radio (solar preferred, in case battery!)
  • candles
  • a lot of matches
  • various medicaments
  • tools(axt, multiple purpose tool, a good knife etc.)
  • detailed maps
  • books: healing plants, eatable plants
  • documents

Tools supply kit
  • axt
  • good knife
  • crossbow
  • scope
  • steel dishes

Additional kits

Emergency supplies you should have at home
Water
  • At least*two litres per adult per day

Food
  • Canned food: soups, stews, baked beans, pasta, meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, fruits
  • Crackers and biscuits
  • Honey, peanut butter, syrup, jam, salt and pepper, sugar, instant coffee, tea
  • Flashlight
  • Power failures are common in Nova Scotia, particularly in rural areas
  • Radio and batteries
  • Battery-powered, or crank radios let you hear local announcements
  • Spare batteries*

First-aid kit

Extra car keys and cash
  • Important papers
  • identification for everyone, personal documents*
  • Clothing and footwear*
  • one change of clothes per person
  • Blankets or sleeping bags
  • one per person
  • Personal supplies
  • tooth paste, soap, toilet paper, etc
  • Medication
  • Backpack/duffel bag
  • in case of an evacuation
  • Whistle
  • Playing cards, games
  • Stove that does not require electricity
  • follow the manufacturer's instructions
  • Never use a barbeque indoors
  • Plastic garbage bags


Emergency equipment you should have in your car
  • Shovel
  • Ice scraper and brush
  • Sand, salt or kitty litter; traction mats
  • Booster cables
  • Tow chain
  • Methyl hydrate (for fuel line and windshield de-icing)*
  • First-aid kit*
  • Fire extinguisher*
  • Flashlight
  • Road maps*
  • Warning light or road flares
  • Emergency food pack*
  • Extra clothing and footwear
  • Cloth or roll of paper towels
  • Axe or hatchet
  • Compass
  • Matches and a "survival" candle in a deep can (to warm hands, heat a drink or use as an emergency light)
  • Blanket (special "survival" blankets are best)
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