- Galvanized steel safety can for transporting and storing gasoline and other flammable liquids
- 9" long flexible metal hose with squeeze-trigger for controlled pouring
- 3.5" stainless steel flame arrester is corrosion and chemical resistant, and disperses heat to help prevent accidental ignition of can contents
- Leak-tight lid self-closes and vents automatically to reduce air blockage that can interrupt pouring
- Red color allows coding gasoline and other flammable contents; label area for adding identification information
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Justrite AccuFlow 7250120 Type II Galvanized Steel Safety Can with 5/8" Flexible Spout, 5 Gallons Capacity, Red
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Specifications for this item
|Number of Items||1|
|Additional Features||Flexible Spout|
|Gap Size||0.625 inches|
|Import Designation||Made in USA|
|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Manufacturer|
|Outside Diameter||11-3/4 inches|
|Overall Height||17-1/2 inches|
|Reservoir Capacity||5 gallons|
|Size||11-3/4" OD x 17-1/2" H|
|Style Name||Type II|
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The Justrite AccuFlow type II galvanized steel safety can has a 9" long metal hose with a squeeze-trigger spout, a 3.5" stainless steel flame arrester, and an automatically venting leak-tight lid for storing and transporting gasoline, oil, kerosene, diesel, and other compatible flammable liquids. The 24-gauge galvanized steel can resists rust and corrosion. The flexible metal hose with squeeze-trigger spout helps provide controlled pouring. The stainless steel flame arrester is chemical and corrosion resistant, and helps to prevent the can’s contents from igniting. The gasketed lid is leak-tight, self-closing, and vents automatically, helping to reduce air blockages that can interrupt the flow of liquids as well as pressure build-up inside the can. Four can colors allow quick designation of contents: red for gasoline and other flammable liquids, green for fuel and oil, yellow for diesel fuel, and blue for kerosene. The warning label on the can has an area to add information. The fill port has an ergonomic handle that allows the port to be opened quickly. The can comes with an extra cap. This Justrite AccuFlow type II galvanized steel safety can meets standards set by FM Global (FM); Underwriters Laboratories (UL); Technical Inspection Association (TÜV), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA); Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC); and is designed in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) code 30. When used according to manufacturer’s recommendations, this product is covered by a 10-year warranty against defects in workmanship or materials.
Justrite manufactures safety equipment to store, transfer, use, and dispose of hazardous materials. The company, founded in 1906, is headquartered in Des Plaines, IL.
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Based on my experience with this gas can:
* No leaks, no smells - Unlike my old Jerry can, this one has very positive and effective seals on both the inlet and outlet points. I have never detected any vapors leaking despite much sloshing around.
* Effective operation - I like the handle set up on this one a bit better than the Eagle can, referenced above. I find it slightly easier to pull the lever that opens the outlet for pouring. The outlet spout that comes with this can is 5/8", which makes it easy to insert the nozzle in the gas inlet of your car, or small gas tanks of gas-powered equipment.
* Strong construction - The sides, top, and bottom of this gas can are very thick and do not flex. It has proven very dent-resistant over time.Read more ›
When I used the can for the first time I noticed that as the fuel was going through the spout that the gas was coming through the walls of the flexible spout and dripping on the deck. This simple spout has made this good gas can useless to me.
I also called Justrite and they told me that this can happen when using the spout. Now that makes a lot of sense, highly flammable fuel dripping throught the walls of the spout. Maybe they should state that as one of selling points for this.
Going to Home Depot to buy a cheap gas can and a funnel.
My husband filled both cans at a gas station a half hour away and I couldn't even tell that they had been in the car. We had been using the plastic containers, which made the car stink for days. I also hated to have to unscrew the nozzle, turn it around (getting gas on my hands) and try to get the nozzle in the lawnmower tank without spilling anything. This requires you squeeze a handle before the gas is released, the same idea as a gas pump, so nothing spills. It also feels much safer than the plastic tanks.
The only downside of these versus the plastic is the weight. They do weigh considerably more. Once I add 5 gallons of gas they get heavy.
I am very happy with these cans. My neighborhood is geeky enough that I have had some neighbors stop by to see our new cans. Every guy has said that their wife wants the same as they also are a little freaked by the safety issues of the plastic cans.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this to transport generator gasoline while RVing. Sits on hitch rack. On the the road for two month now cross country and no problems. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Conscious Consumer
Easy to use. Better than the new plastic style spouts. Don't wait until you are 55 years old to treat yourself to a good fuel can.Published 18 days ago by Thomas J.
Has been a great can, I like the pour handle much better than the eagle can, Works perfect for fueling my Honda suitcase generators I like the smaller spout for that purpose pluse... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tim
I've used safety cans for roughly 40 years. Almost all have been Eagle brand. I thought I'd try a five-gallon Justrite - - it was $20 cheaper. I read the reviews. Read morePublished 3 months ago by odgbubba
Much better than the cheapo plastics with the compliant spouts on them.
Pros: This is the only gas can I have found with a decent flow rate. The plastic cans they make today are cumbersome to operate and the flow rate is so... Read more