Bee Pro Survival Torch Re-fill Triple Wick

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Bee Pro Survival Torch Triple Refill


Recommended for using only in the Bee Pro Aluminum Survival Tins and they are not to be lit otherwise (These are NOT candles) and they pop right in to your original Survival Tin.  Used for; Homes, Cabins, Storm Cellars, Basements, Motor homes, Fireplaces, Patios, Fishing Shacks, Emergency and Disaster Kits, etc…and are great for power outages and in any emergency situation and the Triple Torch burns for an amazing 40 continuous hours and hundreds of hours of repeated use! 


How can you put a price on your safety or the safety of your loved ones?  The Bee Pro Beeswax Survival Torch is an absolute must in your vehicle, home and vacation home or business. This is not only an essential survival tool and has many other uses; they are perfectly safe to burn in small enclosures (unlike paraffin wax candles). One lit torch will light up the whole room, no more lighting candles all over the room during a power outage.  Our original & Unique Torch design was specially designed for emergency situations!


No one knows where an emergency situation, natural disaster or crisis may happen or where you might be when it strikes, well now you can be prepared no matter where you are; driving, travelling, or away on business, in the mountains camping, hiking, snowmobiling or for off road vehicles, at the cabin, in the ice fishing shack or even in the safety of your own home.  It could be as simple as a power outage or a more intense and life threatening situation and you will always be prepared with; trusty fire with your Bee Pro Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches, which are standard wooden matches, sealed in plastic and dipped in Canadian Beeswax, as bic lighters or any butane filled lighter will NOT be reliable in extremely cold temperatures.  Using your matches you light your Bee Pro Survival Torch Tin, which if lit at dusk the single torch alone will keep you lit up through the night, staying lit for 15 continuous hours with approx. 1 lb of beeswax.  These are our own Unique and Special design of Torch/Wick and although it is made of beeswax it does NOT burn like a large candle (which usually just burns down the middle), they are specially designed for emergency situations with more evenly distributed heat and a brighter warmer flame, 8x more than an average wick per torch.


Always be prepared for the unexpected  with our Bee Pro Beeswax Survival Torches and our Bee Pro Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches, these two products go hand-in-hand in an emergency situation.

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Bee Pro Beeswax Survival Triple Torch Refill

Bee Pro Beeswax Survival Torches are our very own Unique and Original design of torch/candle that gives off a brilliant natural golden light, warmth and security with the pleasant aroma of honey and flowers.  Our Original Survival Torches are All Natural, Chemical & Toxin FREE (unlike paraffin wax, which is a petroleum product that results in carcinogens) and is our own original torch design; these torches are NOT regular candles; they burn at an even consistency and were specially designed for emergency & disaster situations.  Our special design allows for more light and heat to emerge, 8-10 times more than your average candle wick, per torch. They can be used to boil water for drinking or heat food for consumption, providing people with light, heat, warm food, boiled sterilized water for drinking, clean air to breathe and acts as a rescue signal!

Bees wax is the only fuel known to modern science that will burn at maximum efficiency at temperatures of 60 degrees below 0, it is impervious to water, resists mildew, will NOT melt in the sun and when burned releases negative ions into the air, these ions trap and neutralizes viruses, bacteria, pollen, dust and odors in the air, purifying it! They are completely safe to burn indoors and in small enclosures like storm cellars, basements, bathrooms, campers, etc…  Bee Pro Survival Torch Tins come in sturdy Aluminum containers with lids, which also double as mess tins when the torch has totally expired or can be easily refilled with our easy Torch Refills that just pop right in to our tins.   Our survival torches will provide hundreds of hours for repeated use.  Also available are our Bee Pro Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches, which are standard wooden matches, sealed in plastic and hand dipped in Canadian Beeswax and these 2 products go hand in hand when the need to survive arises.

Another attractive feature of the Bee Pro Multiple Wick Beeswax Survival Torch Tin is in your indoor or outdoor fireplace or right on your patio, all torches also come in citronella for keeping away those pesky insects! 

This product is a multi purpose essential survival tool and a MUST for everybody in every home, office or emergency kit!


General Survival Facts, Disaster Tips & Disaster Preparation

We ALL Need To Be Prepared For The Unknown and Unexpected!

 

Don’t Be Left Unprepared in an Already Stressful and Distressed Situation!  If not for your Own Person Safety and Personal Security and Survival, then DO IT for the ones that rely on you, Your Family & Loved Ones!

 With Natural Disasters, Crisis Situations and Emergencies on the rise every year All over the world! - Who of us doesn’t need to be properly Educated on Emergency Preparedness and Be Properly Prepared to Live & Survive?

 We ALL need to be prepared for the unknown as there are 1000 Tornadoes in the US each year alone and have happened in all of the United States, Hurricanes cause the most Catastrophic loss & Damage including; flash floods, floods, tornadoes and landslides, there are 10,000 Thunderstorms in the US yearly (1000 will turn into Tornadoes) and 1000 Earthquakes Happen Everyday ALL Over The Globe and Earthquakes cause 10,000 fatalities a year!! 

Now Do You Think You Might Want To Be Prepared?

Recently the numbers of deaths & injuries caused by Natural Disasters has been decreasing due to an Increase in Emergency Preparedness! Makes Sense!

 

Emergencies, Disasters, Storms & Crisis Situations come in many different forms, shapes and levels of force and destruction, such as; TornadoHurricaneEarthquakeFloodThunderstormsWinter StormsLandslidesAvalanche, Wild Fire, Power Outages, Wilderness Survival or Outdoor Adventure Gone Wrong and this is not even mentioning accidents and emergencies on a smaller scale that hit closer to home and your heart, like loved ones lost in the woods or missing snowmobilers, hikers, skiers for example!

 

How Can You Rationalize or Put Off NOT Being Properly Prepared for Anything You May Not See Coming!

 

Disasters disrupt the lives of hundreds of thousands of people every year and can strike anywhere, at anytime, to anyone!  You should be prepared for severe weather (cold temperatures, storms and power outages), earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods or other natural disasters that could happen in your area.  For information on the disasters that your area is in risk of, can be found at your local Emergency Management Office for emergency survival. 

According to the Environmental Defense Fund “studies show that global warning will increase the frequency and intensity of many kinds of extreme weather”.  There are nearly 2,000 storm cells estimated over the planet at any given time and the US has over 100,000 thunderstorms each year, this tells us there is no excuse NOT to be prepared.

All responsibility of survival in an emergency situation or for urban survival does not rest solely on the Red Cross, Emergency Response Teams or Disaster Relief Agencies, as some of the responsibility rests on us.  For basic survival a person will need food, clean water and additional supplies for at least 3 days of survival.  The services we take for granted like; telephone, sewage, water, gas and electricity might be out for days or even weeks.  Will you be prepared?

The primary first concerns are shelter, food, first aid, water and sanitation, an Emergency Survival and Disaster Kit should be made or purchased in advance and always kept handy & accessible in the time of crisis.  A good survival kit should be equipped with enough supplies for you and your family for at least 3 days, up to a week and should include personal items, such as; emergency medicines, medical cards etc…

 


Natural Disaster Survival Kit Contents

A Disaster Survival Kit should contain the following items and should also include first aid items; adhesive bandages, anti-biotic ointment, bug repellent, compass, flashlight with extra batteries, Bee Pro Survival Torch, Bee Pro Survival Matches, full canteen of water, garbage bags (yellow or orange), hand mirror (reflector), high energy bars, dried fruits & nuts, light weight blanket, map of the area you are in or plan to be in, nylon cord (50’-100’), plastic food bags (e.g. ziplocks), pocket knife, coffee filters or purification tablets, a whistle and some form of digging apparatus.  For home survival include; can foods, can opener, fire extinguisher, portable cooking apparatus, fuel and portable radio with extra batteries.  For Evacuation purposes make sure to take with you; your emergency disaster kit (including your Bee Pro Survival Torch and Bee Pro Survival Matches), medicines, radio w/ batteries, any important documents and cash, sleeping bags, extra clothes, eye glasses and along with the essentials you should keep in mind any individual needs of all family members.

It is also very important for you and your family to establish either a reunion location where you can all meet up after it is safe to do so or a contact number that everyone would phone to inform family members of their safety and location.

Learn where main shut off valves are for water, gas and electricity and how to properly shut them off.

Water can become contaminated during major storms or severe weather storms and rising sea levels can contaminate wells.


How to Purify Drinking Water

Strain water through a filter or clean cloth into a clean container, to remove debris or floating matter.  Boil water for 5-10 minutes at a hard boil.  Strain again, then use standard household bleach and add 10 drops per gallon of water.  Let stand 30 minutes, there should be a slight odor or taste, which indicates water is good to drink.

Fire is one of the MOST important things you will need for survival and considering it provides you with light, warmth, dry clothes, boiled water, heated food, security & protection, it can also be used as a signal for rescue or help.


Tornado Survival Information, Tornado Tips & Tornado Facts

Tornado Information

Tornadoes are rotating columns of air that touch the ground, which are brought on by large severe thunderstorms.  On average there is at least 1000 tornadoes every year in the United States alone and have occurred in 48 Continental States.  They can occur and cause severe damage, injuries and deaths, at any time of the year, although in the Southern States, peak tornado season is March through May, while peak season for Northern States is the summer.  The strongest and most violent of tornadoes generally pass through South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

Tornado Facts

Tornadoes are Nature’s Most Destructive Force and 1000 Touch down every year (100-200 being severe tornadoes) in the US alone, they are more common to occur in the US and the most noticeable being Tornado Alley.

Out of 10,000 Thunderstorms per year in the US, 1000 will turn into Tornadoes and Tornadoes cause approximately, 70 fatalities and 1000 injuries each year. They produce winds from 250 mph – 320 mph, can be as wide as a mile and stay on the ground for over 50 miles and for as long 3 hours.

Tornado Tips

Our chances of surviving a tornado can greatly increase, if you plan and prepare for emergencies!  Tornadoes cause the most damage after they have touched down, normally a tornado touch down will last on an average of 20 minutes or so, but can touch down many times, in many locations.  The 3 most common causes of fatalities due to Tornado are; collapsing buildings, hit by flying objects and try to escape or outrun the tornado by vehicle.

With the weather changing so quickly and storms and natural disasters happening everywhere, we don’t always have the time to prepare and plan for evacuation or survival.  A tornado watch means that conditions are favorable and to take the necessary precautions.  Tornadoes are most likely to happen in the late afternoon on a hot spring day, however they have occurred at all times, day or night.

Tornadoes are rotating columns of air that touch the ground, which are brought on by large severe thunderstorms.  On average there is at least 800 tornadoes every year in the United States alone and have occurred in 48 Continental States, this is reason enough to know you must be prepared.  They can occur and cause severe damage, injuries and deaths, at any time of the year, although in the Southern States, peak tornado season is March through May, while peak season for Northern States is the summer.  The strongest and most violent of tornadoes generally pass through South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

Tornadoes cause approximately, 70 fatalities and 1000 injuries each year, they produce winds from 250 mph – 320 mph, can be as wide as a mile and stay on the ground for over 50 miles.

The chances of surviving a tornado can greatly increase, if you plan and prepare for emergencies!  Tornadoes cause the most damage after they have touched down, normally a tornado touch down will last on an average of 20 minutes or so, but can touch down many times, in many locations.  The 3 most common causes of fatalities due to Tornado are; collapsing buildings, hit by flying objects and trying to escape or outrun the tornado by vehicle.

With the weather changing so quickly and storms and natural disasters happening everywhere, we don’t always have the time to prepare and plan for evacuation or survival, but we can take precautionary measures.  A tornado watch means that conditions are favorable and to take the necessary precautions.  Tornadoes are most likely to happen in the late afternoon on a hot spring day, however they have occurred at all times, day or night.


Tornado Scale

F0 (Gale Tornado) 40–70mph winds, can cause minor damage to sign boards, uproot small plants and break tree branches.

F1 (Mild-Moderate Tornado) 73-112mph winds, can push over mobile homes or even cars and  move other heavy objects around.

F2 (Significant Tornado) 113-157 mph winds, can snap trees in half and even uproot trees and turn over train cars.

F3 (Severe Tornado) 158-206 mph winds, can tear walls and roofs right off  some well structured homes, uproot most trees, lift heavy cars and other objects right off the ground for a bit.

F4 (Devastating Tornado) 207-260 mph winds, can level well constructed homes, throw cars and heavy debris.

F5 (Incredible Tornado) 261+mph winds, causes major damage, homes destroyed, roads turned upside down, etc…

A tornado warning presents an immediate threat and is issued when a tornado has been spotted visually or shows up on the weather radar.

Tornado Survival

 

FEMA Tornado Advisory:

 1. Go at once to the basement, storm cellar or the lowest level of the building you are in.

2. If no basement, go to an inner hallway or smaller inner room without windows, such as a closet or the bathroom.  If possible cover your body with a small mattress     or blankets.  Put as many walls between you and the outdoors as possible.

3. Stay away from all windows and DO NOT open them for any reason; keep everything shut tight and locked.

4. Retreat to the middle of a room, as room corners tend to attract debris.

5. Hide under sturdy or heavy furniture, such as; work bench, heavy table or desk and hold on.

6. Use your arms to protect your face, head and neck.

7. In a department store, get against heavy shelving or counters.  In a theater, under the seats and remember to protect your head.

8. Avoid vehicles, treed areas and power lines.

 If you are in a vehicle during a tornado, stop and find a safe place to hide, if this is not possible, duck down in the lowest place you can find, such as; a ditch or gulley.

Do NOT find refuge under a bridge or overpass as many people have died because the bridge or tunnel acts as a wind tunnel, attracting the strong winds and flying debris.

 

Hurricane Survival Information, Hurricane Facts & Hurricane Tips

Hurricane Facts

The most catastrophic loss due to Natural Disasters in the US is related to Hurricanes and Tropical Storms (47%).  Hurricane season for the US usually starts June 1st till November 30th.

Studies show that the severity of hurricanes are becoming more powerful and creating more havoc, then ever before.  Many parts of the United States face dramatic hurricane risk, such as; New York, Long Island, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Galveston and Houston being at the top of the list.

With a hurricane you usually have time on your side for precautionary measures, unlike tornadoes, as a hurricane is usually spotted days in advance.  Have your Emergency Disaster Kit (see above for contents) accessible, along with your Bee Pro Survival Torch and Bee Pro Survival Matches!

Remember it is not the wind of the hurricane that is the immediate threat but rather the flying debris; cars, sheds, barbeques, signs and other flying objects, proving to be the most dangerous.

Hurricane Information

Hurricanes are rotating Tropical Storms with winds of 119km and can cause; Flash Floods, Floods, Tornadoes and landslides.

Hurricanes cause the Most Catastrophic loss of all Natural Disasters in the US and many states are at risk.

Hurricane Tips 

Hurricane Precautionary Measures

To properly plan and prepare for a hurricane, you should take the following measures;

Secure Your Property; Close and secure all window shutters or board all windows up with at least 5/8” marine plywood, cut to fit, ready to install.  Tape is NOT sufficient, the window will break anyway.

Install straps or additional clips to securely fasten your roof to the frame structure, to reduce roof damage.

Keep trees and shrubs on your property well trimmed and cut back.

Keep rain gutters clean.

Secure all belongings; vehicles, lawn mowers, barbeques and boat – take your boat out of the water if time permits.

Consider building a safe room if risks of hurricanes are high in your area.

If instructed, turn off main valves to major utilities, otherwise turn the refrigerator on highest setting and keep door shut.

Turn off all propane valves e.g. Barbeques, etc...

Ensure you have enough water, not just for drinking but for sanitary purposes, such as; personal hygiene, cleaning, flushing toilet, etc…  Fill the tub if time permits.

Stay indoors, away from windows and remain indoors until the “All Clear” is announced.

Typically most deaths occur after the hurricane then during, this occurs when people are too anxious to go outdoors and survey the damage.  This happens from unstable structures, downed power lines, unstable trees, etc…

Hurricane Survival

Evacuate if;

-         You are directed by the authorities.

-         Live in a mobile home, trailer or temporary structure.

-         Live in a high rise building, hurricane winds are stronger at high elevations.

-         Live near the coast, flood plains, river or inland waterway.

-         If you feel you are in danger where you are.

 

Earthquake Information, Earthquake Survival, Earthquake Facts & Earthquake Tips

Earthquake Information & Earthquake Facts


An earthquake is a sudden tremor or movement of the earth’s crust, which originates on the earths surface or just below it.  The earth is made of several plates, large areas of crust which floats on the mantle.  Since these plates are free to slowly move, they can drift towards each other, away from each other or slide past each other.  Many of the earthquakes which we feel are located in the areas where plates collide or try to slide past each other and connect.

Types of Earthquakes are; Tectonic Earthquake, Volcanic Earthquake, Collapse Earthquake and Explosion Earthquake.

On average 50,000 perceptible earthquakes occur each year (those of magnitude 3.0 or higher) that’s 137 everyday and about 120 earthquakes every year are destructive (magnitude 6.0 or higher).

Mother Nature definitely has a mind of her own and even if you live in a low risk area, it is still important to prepare for whatever the future holds.


Earthquake Tips & Earthquake Survival

If an earthquake strikes, protect yourself immediately from falling objects; pictures, light fixtures, tall furniture, appliances and breaking glass.  Hide under a heavy object that is secured down, if possible; hang on while still protecting your head, face & neck.  You should take cover in 3 seconds and this is why it is so important to preplan with family members and have your Disaster kit easily accessible!  The safest place when an earthquake strikes is lie on the floor in the fetal position, beside the bed, the couch or in the bathtub.  Contrary to popular belief the doorway is NOT a safe place, chances are you could be seriously hurt or killed by a collapse of the structure frame.

If you are outdoors when an earthquake strikes, get into the open, away from buildings, power lines, chimneys or anything that may fall on you or fly into you.

If you are driving when an earthquake strikes – stop; try to get out of the traffic first, if possible.  Do NOT stop under a bridge, tunnel or overpass, under trees or power lines, light standards, traffic lights or signs.  Stay in your car until the shaking stops, if you do decide to continue driving after the earthquake, take caution of breaks in the pavement, fallen rocks, fallen power lines or bridge structures that may be unstable from the earthquake.

Driving in mountainous areas; watch for falling rocks, trees and landslides.

If on the beach, move to higher ground, as an earthquake can cause tsunamis or drastic water disruption.

After an earthquake check utilities for gas leaks and do NOT use any open flame until you are absolutely sure you have no gas line damage and hazardous gas or propane is leaking into the house.

REMEMBER it is established it may take up to 72 hours to 1 week for help to arrive or the utilities to be restored so make sure you have 3 days rations and it may take up to a week or more for power to be restored in some places so ALWAYS have your Bee Pro Survival Torch Tins & Bee Pro Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches on hand at all times and in ALL necessary places e.g. Home, business, cabin, auto, emergency kit etc…

 

Winter Survival, Surviving Extremely Cold Temperatures & Wilderness Survival

How to Survive in Extremely Cold Temperatures or Winter Conditions

Extremely Cold Temperatures and Winter Storms can make it difficult & challenging to stay warm and when you add a Power Outage to the situation it is ALWAYS imperative to Prepare for Emergency Situation & Winter Weather!

As people attempt to stay warm they turn to space heaters (when they have power) & fireplace fires to stay warm, increasing their chances of fire and carbon monoxide poisoning.  On average there are 25,100 chimney fires causing 126.1 million dollars in damages and carbon monoxide poisoning is the #1 cause of poisoning deaths, 2100 Americans each year!

The Solution to this having a Bee Pro Beeswax Survival Torch/Candle Tin and Bee Pro Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches accessible & handy AT ALL TIMES in ALL PLACES you might need them!  By having these 2 Essential Survival Tools you will always have “No Fail” Fire and 1 Multi Torch/Candle will light up an entire room with a brilliant golden flame, provide warmth (8x more per wick), purify the air you are breathing and eliminate your chances of chimney fire and carbon monoxide poisoning. Bee Pro Survival Torches & Matches are hand crafted and hand made with 100% Canadian Beeswax, FREE of Chemicals, Toxins, Metals & Tins, they are completely SAFE to burn in small enclosures (unlike Paraffin Wax candles) and Beeswax is the only fuel known to modern science to burn at maximum efficiency at temperatures of 60° below 0 and butane & bic lighters are unpredictable in extremely cold temperatures and Bee Pro Survival Matches are “No Fail”!

With these 2 Essential Survival Tools you will provide you & your family with safe, no fail fire, brilliant light & security, warmth, the ability to heat canned foods, boil water for purification for drinking, act as a rescue signal and clean & purify the air of bacteria, viruses, pollen, dust & odors in the air, while releasing a sweet, pleasant aroma of flowers & honey.  This Unique & Original Torch wick is our own special deign of wick that distributes  brighter more brilliant light, 8x more heat, per wick, burns longer, with over a hundred hours of repeated use and they burn evenly, never smothering or covering the special torch wick.

Home Emergency Supply List

  1. Alternate Heat Source – Bee Pro Survival Torch/Candle Multi Wick
  2. Bee Pro “No Fail” Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches
  3. Extra Blankets & Warm Clothes, such as; mitts, gloves, scarf, toque, thermal under garments etc…
  4. First Aid Kit that includes personal medicines or prescriptions
  5. Fire Extinguisher
  6. Battery Operated Radio & Batteries
  7. Flashlight with batteries
  8. Extra Batteries
  9. Manual Can Opener
  10. Snow Shovel
  11. Rock Salt
  12. Bottled Water
  13. Canned Foods, Dried Fruits or Nuts, Granola or Energy Bars, Instant coffee, soups & chocolate bars are all recommended survival foods.  Also include baby food and animal foods you need.
  • Remember to bring All Animals Inside!

Allow 12 – 24 hours of provisions after a no heat situation.

The body’s ability to adapt to drastic temperature change decreases with people over the age of 65 and frigid cold temperatures can prevent the ability to think, numbing the body, inducing sleep (which is NOT recommended!) and decreases the desire to want to live or survive!

It Is VITAL To Be Prepared!

Travelling in Extreme Weather or Winter Conditions

Driving or venturing out in Bad Weather or Winter Storms is NEVER a good idea, as it creates challenging elements (blizzards conditions & cold temps), dangerous conditions (avalanches, landslides and icy roads) and hazardous road & highway conditions.  If travelling is unavoidable taking precautionary measures is a MUST when Preparing for Winter Driving or Winter Survival!

Be sure your vehicle is in top mechanical condition, especially the heating system, battery, wipers etc…, have on winter tire with adequate tread, ALWAYS be sure to have a FULL tank of gas and have a properly equipped Winter Survival/Emergency Kit , which should include;

  1. Heat & Light Source – Bee Pro Survival Torch/Candle Auto Wick
  2. Bee Pro “No Fail” Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches
  3. Extra Blankets & Warm Clothes, such as; mitts, gloves, scarf, toque, thermal under garments etc…
  4. First Aid Kit that includes personal medicines or prescriptions
  5. Fire Extinguisher
  6. Battery Operated Radio & Batteries
  7. Flashlight with batteries
  8. Extra Batteries
  9. Windshield Scraper, Booster Cables, Road maps, Compass, Sand or Kitty Litter, Tire Chains, Tow Rope, Collapsible Shovel, Axe or Hand Saw, Jack, Tire Wrench, Paper Towels, Inflatable Tire Repair Can, Spare Tire, Tool Kit & Brightly Colored Piece Cloth.
  10. Manual Can Opener
  11. Bottled Water & Small Tin Cup
  12.  Canned Foods, Dried Fruits or Nuts, Granola or Energy Bars, Instant coffee, soups & chocolate bars are all recommended survival foods.  Also include baby food you need.

If trapped in your vehicle:  Don’t Panic and Stay Calm!

Remove all Emergency Items out of the trunk and tie the brightly colored cloth to your antenna or long stick so in plain view.  Then STAY in the car, dressing in the extra clothes and wrapping blanket around you, light your Bee Pro Auto Torch/Candle with your Bee Pro Survival Matches  as to conserve your battery power for radio updates & occasional warmth (Careful of carbon monoxide poisoning, so limit the time the engine is left running). Wait to be Rescued or for the storm to subside.

Hypothermia kills 600 Americans Every Year – It Pays to Prepare to Survive!


Wilderness Survival

There are literally thousands of Parks and Wilderness Areas around the nation and inexperienced and unprepared hikers, skiers, mountain climbers and mountain bikers get lost ALL the time and so lost that they need to be rescued!

People under-estimate how physically challenging, demanding and exhausting the wilderness can be and what they will need when the time comes to Survive!

Wilderness Survival Kit Items

Heat Thermal Blanket, Bee Pro Survival Torch/Candle, Bee Pro Survival Matches, Small First Aid Kit, Multi Purpose Tool, Rope or String, Fishing Line & Hook, pack of kleenex, Bottled Water and Food (dried fruits & nuts, energy or granola bars, instant coffee, chocolate bars etc…)

The frigid cold prohibits the ability to think, numbing the body and reduces the will to survive.  It is imperative to keep moving and to NOT fall asleep.

If the body core temperature drops below 98.6°F/37°C, a person could die within hours.

What to do to Survive in the Wilderness!

Try to build yourself a shelter if possible using logs, sticks or rocks, anything you can find to help shelter you from the wind and harsh temperatures.  If there is not enough suitable materials around you to build a shelter you can make a hole in the snow preferably under a large tree base, the cave will work like an igloo and the tree will provide shelter.  Be sure to have all your provisions with you, along with anything you can scrounge up and your Bee Pro Survival Tin & Survival Matches, then while you still have daylight gather as much dry wood as you can find, when you think you have enough, collect more.  Build your fire at the entrance of your shelter, keeping rocks around and underneath to provide extra heat. 

Finding water under ice or small frozen rivers, you can also melt ice or snow with your survival torch and it is always safer to boil any water you drink in the outdoors unless you know it is from a fresh mountain stream.

Be sure to add to your Emergency Disaster Kit (see above) a warm hat, gloves, hand warmers and an emergency blanket for winter survival.

REMEMBER it is established it may take up to 72 hours for help to arrive so make sure you have 3 days rations and it may take up to a week or more for power to be restored in some places so ALWAYS have your Bee Pro Survival Tins & Bee Pro Survival Matches on hand at all times.

 

The frigid cold prohibits the ability to think, numbs the body and reduces the will to survive.  It is imperative to keep moving and to NOT fall asleep & keep warm & secure with your Bee Pro Survival Torch.

If the body core temperature drops below 98.6°F/37°C, a person could die within hours.

Try to build yourself a shelter if possible using logs, sticks or rocks, anything you can find to help shelter you from the wind, snow and harsh temperatures.  If there is not enough suitable materials around you to build a shelter you can make a hole in the snow preferably under a large tree base, the cave will work like an igloo and the tree will provide shelter.  Be sure to have all your provisions with you, along with anything you can scrounge up along with your Bee Pro Survival Torch Tin & Survival Matches, then while you still have daylight gather as much dry wood as you can find, when you think you have enough, collect more at least 5x more.  Build your fire at the entrance of your shelter, keeping rocks around and underneath to provide extra heat and it will act as a barrier between you and the wildlife. 

Finding water under ice or small frozen rivers, you can also melt ice or snow with your survival torch and it is always safer to boil any water you drink in the outdoors unless you know it is from a fresh mountain stream or the heavens above.

Be sure to add to your Winter Emergency Disaster Kit (see above) a warm hat, gloves, hand warmers and an emergency blanket for winter survival.

Bee Pro Survival Torches are used for

The Who:

Hwy Maintenance, Avalanche Control, Avalanche Patrol, Hydro Companies, Electric Companies, Mining Safety Equipment, outdoor equipment, Search 7 Rescue, Army, Special Forces, Disaster Relief, Emergency Response, Survivalists, Survival Schools, Wilderness Camping, Military Equipment, Outdoor Adventurists, Hikers, Mountain Climbers, Mountain Bikers, Hunters, Fishermen, Backpackers, Snowmobilers, Skiers, Ski Patrol, Ski Resorts or Mountain Lodges

 The What For;

Camping, Camping supply & Camping Equipment, Wilderness Camping, Extreme Survival, Horseback Adventures, White Water Rafters, Camping Excursions, Off The Grid, Nature Walks, Mountain Hikes, Fireplaces, Patios, Gardens, Home Security, Home Protection, Home Safety, Family Survival, Urban Survival and Emergency Survival, Natural Disaster,

Disasters, Emergencies, Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Earthquakes, Crisis Survival, Catastrophe Survival, Floods, Severe Storms, Extreme Weather Storms, Winter Survival, Wilderness Survival, 2012 Survival, Power Outages, Outdoor Survival, Survival Aid and Doomsday Survival, Tactical Torch or Torch Light.

 Bonus Features;

 Awesome in Fireplaces especially apartments & condos (indoor & outdoor fireplaces), cabins, patios, gardens, picnic tables on picnics and citronella torch/candle

 

If you are looking for more information on survival training, preparing for disaster, disaster management, survival gear list, survival shelters, survival products there are survival schools, survival training programs and survival books available anywhere,

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If you are looking for more information on survival training, preparing for disaster, disaster management, Emergency Response or Disaster Information;

Canadian Red Cross-  http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=000005&tid=003

American Red Cross- http://www.redcross.org/

Disaster Response Network-  http://www.apa.org/practice/programs/drn/index.aspx

American Rescue Team-  http://www.amerrescue.org/

National Association for Search & Rescue-  http://www.nasar.org/

British Columbia Provincial Emergency Program-  http://www.pep.bc.ca/index.html

Emergency Preparedness Canada- http://www.quakekare.com/?gclid=CNmFsvf096oCFRdsgwodYBc45Q

National Response Center-  http://www.nrc.uscg.mil/

Storm Center Watch-  http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/wwa/

Earthquake Information & Analysis-  http://www.abuhrc.org/research/earthquakes/Pages/index.aspx

National Hurricane Center-  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

The Center for Preparedness-  http://cdp.dhs.gov/

Canadian Center for Emergency Preparedness-  http://www.ccep.ca/

Articles;

General Survival Facts and Disaster Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/general-survival-facts-disaster-tips-and-disaster-facts.html

Earthquake Survival Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/earthquake-survival-earthquake-facts-and-earthquake-tips.html

Tornado Survival Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/tornado-survival-tornato-facts-and-tornado-tips.html

Hurricane Survival Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/hurricane-survival.html

Winter Survival Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/winter-survival.html

Power Outages Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/power-outages-power-cut-black-outs-power-failures.html

Rescue Signal Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/rescue-signal-multi-purpose-survival-tool.html

Gardens & Patio Torches Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/garden-patio-all-natural-beeswax-citronella-torch-candle.html

Fireplace Torch Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/fireplace-candle-torch.html

Camping Torch Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/camping-citronella-torch-candle.html

Prepare live survive Outdoor Adventurists Article

http://bee-pro.ca/index.php/bee-pro-articles/survival-torch-candle-articles/prepare-live-and-survive.html


 

 Torch Safety

  • Always place torches on heat resistant surface.
  • Keep burning torches within sight.
  • Never burn on or near anything that can catch fire ( e.g. curtains, newspapers, party decorations, clothing).
  • Torches are an open flame and can cause fire if not attended at ALL times & used with due diligence.
  • Never fall asleep or leave house with torches burning.
  • Torches with more than 1 wick should be lit one at time.
  • Never leave lit torches unattended.
  • Never leave lit torches with children or pets unsupervised.
  • Never drop objects such as matches into torch.
  • Teach your children about fire safety and the dangers of open flames, teach them they are not toys and should not be blown out without asking as blowing to hard can result in wax splatter.
  • Do not touch or move torches when they are burning or while wax is hot.
  • Do not burn torches on bookshelves or underneath low cabinets

When lighting single (Auto wick) in vehicle (which is the only torch recommended for cars) be sure first light up is done outdoors! The initial flame from first light is higher than after repeated use.
WARNING:  CONTAINERS OR HOT WAX SHOULD NOT BE TOUCHED OR MOVED FOR UP TO 30 MINS AFTER BURN USE

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