Type I Safety Can 1 Gal. Blue w/ F-15 Funnel
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Eagle® 1 Gallon Type I Safety Can with Funnel (for Kerosene)
Eagle cans are constructed of 24-gauge hot dipped galvanized steel, are the only deep deawn seamless can made, have a double interlock no-weld bottom seam, a baked on powder coat finish with a trilingual label, have a spring closing lid with neoprene gasket that vents at 5 psi internal pressure, have a non-sparking flame arrestor and pour spout and are 100% made in the USA.
Eagle Manufacturing company's 1 gallon, type I blue safety can (for kerosene) meets OSHA and NFPA Code 30 requirements and are UL and ULC listed and FM approved for safe handling and storage of kerosene. (Accepted under CARB)
- 1 gal. Capacity
- 3.5 lbs weight
- Galvanized steel
|WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.|
|Material||24-gauge hot dipped galvanized steel|
|Dimensions||9" Diameter x 8"H|
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