Jarden Corporation has raised its sales and cash flow projections for the fourth quarter and year ended Dec. 31. Fourth-quarter revenues are expected to be about $1.35 billion, up from $1.3 billion forecast earlier. For the full year, it now expects $5.1 billion. It estimates that its cash on hand as of Dec. 31 was $800 million based on good cash flow at the end of the quarter. The company said it expected an organic increase in sales in 2010. Also, Jarden said it has proposed a $400 million debt offering that would be guaranteed by some of its American subsidiaries. Proceeds would repay part of a term loan that comes due in 2012 as well as go toward general corporate uses. Fourth-quarter and full-year results will be released on Feb. 18.