"Blast Cap Technology"
Revolutionary Multi Patented "At Time of Use Activation" Beverage and Pharmaceutical Dispensing-Dosing Technology at its Finest Now Available for License
Patent #6,644,471 filed May, 24, 2002---Patent # 6,886,686 filed April, 9, 2004--- Patent # 7,055,684 filed May, 13, 2004---Patent # 7,219, 796 filing date May 2002 and many pending.
BLAST CAP TECHNOLOGY; changing the industry for ever. Dozens of styles, shapes and sizes available (capacity fill weight: 1 gram - 70 grams of powder and/or liquid)
The Blast Cap Technology (BCT) announces a multi patented /multi pendings beverage and pharmaceutical devices for today's active, health conscious consumer that are concerned with the chemicals, additives, stabilizers and preservatives that are in conventional sodas and beverages. Now with the BCT cutting edge product lines there can be super enhanced and infused beverages with vitamins, minerals and herbals to a level never imagined or obtainable until now in beverage history. The BCT is a self activating beverage dosing/dispensing cap that keeps the ingredients separate until time of use, thus being able to design super charged beverage formulas for effectiveness rather than for shelf life with all the unnecessary chemical additives.
BCT is a perfect concept/product for the bottled water segment: Super enhanced water beverages. BCT is a distinctive and revolutionary new beverage concept for consumers (children and adults) who are committed to their health, nutrition, exercise regimens and well being and look for variety in their alternative beverage choices.
One the leading health crisis in America and rapidly growing through out the World is childhood Obesity and Diabetes and is linked to the sodas and beverages that have unhealthy and unneeded stabilizers, additives and preservatives that we, the parents allow our children to drink (why drink chemicals when you can use the Blast Cap Technology).
The FDA said that it had alerted the companies that make the soft drinks in which benzene was over the prescribed limit. All companies had agreed to reformulate their drinks or have already done so, the FDA revealed on Friday. It maintained that there was no cause for concern although some environmental groups have expressed dismay at these findings.
The five soft drinks/beverages, which had excess levels of benzene, were * Safeway Select Diet Orange - one lot was found to have 79.2 parts per billion of benzene * AquaCal Strawberry Flavored Water Beverage - one lot was found to have 23.4 parts per billion * Crystal Light Sunrise Classic Orange - one lot was found to have 87.9 parts per billion * Giant Light Cranberry Juice Cocktail - one lot was found to have 10.7 parts per billion * Crush Pineapple - one lot was found to have 9.2 parts per billion
Benzene in soft drinks has become a very sensitive matter these days. The chemical id formed as a result of a reaction between Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and either sodium benzoate or potassium benzoate, which are contained in soft drinks and beverages. However the reaction does not occur as a rule, but takes place as an exception when the conditions are ideal for the reaction to take place.
Benzene is a chemical, which is linked to cancer in humans. It is released into the air from automobile emissions, burning coal and oil. Benzene is also used extensively in industries, which produce chemicals, dyes, detergents, synthetic fibers, solvents, rubber and some plastics.
Workers in chemical industry, gas stations, gasoline distribution jobs, rubber industry, printing industry and leather industry are also at a high risk since they are chronically exposed to benzene.
As such the FDA does not have a upper limit for benzene in soft drinks. Rather it follows the five parts per billion (ppb) limit set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for drinking water. The FDA's website says that benzene can cause harm at "very low levels." It adds that exposure to light can trigger the formation of benzene in the soft drinks.
The Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit organization reacted to these findings by the FDA by saying that it is time the agency recognized the problem of high levels of cancer-causing benzene in soft drinks. "FDA's test results confirm that there is a serious problem with benzene in soda and juices," said Richard Wiles, senior vice president at Environmental Working Group.
"There is no excuse for deliberately putting chemicals that form high levels of potent cancer-causing benzene in popular drinks," Wiles added. "This is a wake-up call for the beverage industry. It is time to get benzene-forming ingredients out of sodas and juices."
The issue of benzene in soft drinks came to the attention of the FDA in the 1990s. Since then the FDA conducted a food testing program called the Total Diet Study between 1995 to 2000 according to the EWG. It tested 24 samples of diet soda for benzene in the study. Around 79 percent (nineteen) of the soft drinks were found to have benzene above the permitted levels.
Earlier this year, officials in Britain pulled some soft drinks and juices that contained benzene from the shelves. Mr Wiles feels that the FDA should do the same, "FDA should do what British food safety officials did: Disclose the test results that taxpayers have paid for. Tell consumers which products contain high levels of benzene," he said. "Tell consumers the circumstances under which benzene is more likely to be formed - such as prolonged storage under warm conditions."
Mr Wiles feels that telling the public would automatically force manufacturers to reformulate the products, "Once people have this information, we are convinced that food and drink manufacturers will simply reformulate their products, as many already have done, and as FDA originally intended in 1990."
There is no dispute on the cancer-causing potential of benzene "Benzene is carcinogenic to humans and no safe level of exposure can be recommended," the World Health Organization has maintained. Benzene causes leukemia and can also cross the placenta affecting the fetus.
Study: Soft Drink Ingredient Sodium Benzoate May Lead to Cirrhosis, Parkinson's
The Blast Cap is the future to the beverage industry and the future is here nowâ€¦
Now the New Patented Technology that the BIG Soda and Beverage Companies Do Not Want On The Market Because They Are Healthy And Not Harmful...Now for just pennies per beverage you can be the leader in Beverage Technology that can help change the way we drink. Pure - Natural - Simple and Fun
We look forward to hearing from you with your new beverage needs.
Blast Cap Beverage Technology
Multi-Patented "Self Activation" Dosing-Dispensing Technology
Worlds first Blast Cap dispensing device
Most Potent beverage on Earth
Freshest "Self Activation" beverage on Earth
Long term shelf life
No preservatives, fillers or stabilizers needed
No need for hot fill bottles
Healthiest Beverage on Earth
Multi Patented and Patents Pending
Numerous styles and sizes
Dispenses powder and/or liquid simultaneously
Great for bottles, pouches, cans, cartons and more
Environmentally friendly; helps save plastic, energy, fuel, air, water and land
Markets; Retail, MLM, Direct Response , Military and more
Industry; Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics, Oral Care, Food and more.