Type I Safety Can- 1 Gallon

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Type I safety can safely handle and stores gasoline and other flammable liquids

Blue = Kerosene; Red = Gasoline; Yellow = Diesel

  • 24-gauge galvanized steel with baked-on, powder-coated finish to resist corrosion
  • Lead-free, two-piece, no-weld construction for durability
  • Spring-closing lid with neoprene gasket safely relieves internal pressure at 5 p.s.i.
  • Meets OSHA and NFPA Code 30 requirements
  • FM, UL and ULC approved; USA made

Galvanized Type I cans meet OSHA and NFPA Code 30 requirements and are FM, UL and ULC approved for safe handling and storage of gasoline and other flammable liquids. 24-gauge galvanized steel with baked-on, powder-coated finish and lead-free, two-piece, no-weld construction to resist corrosion and last longer. Features a non-sparking brass pour spout and flame arrestor, plus a spring-closing lid with neoprene gasket that safely relieves internal pressure at 5 p.s.i. Each can comes complete with a detachable funnel for easy pouring. Can labels are printed in English, Spanish and French and come in three different colors: red designates gasoline, blue for kerosene and yellow for diesel. One-gallon capacity. USA made. Specify color from the selection box above.

2014 Master Catalog: Page 564

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4.0

So far no complaints

By shot man

from Jonesville Va

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable Construction
  • Easy To Remove Fuel
  • Safe
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Emergencies
    • Regular Fuel Supply

    Comments about Type I Safety Can- 1 Gallon:

    Very good construction,Not sure if the funnel will hold out wait and see.It could use a small handle on the rear at the bottom to help turn the can up.

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