|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.5 x 8.3 x 12.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||1405|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1405|
|OEM Part Number||1405|
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No-Spill 1405 2-1/2-Gallon Poly Gas Can
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Most spills occur tipping a normal can to get the spout into the tank opening before the liquid comes out, or removing the spout from the target vessel before overflowing. The No-Spill spout is fully user controlled so you tip the can vertical, insert the spout into the vessel opening, then press the button to begin and control pouring. To stop pouring simply release the button. Practically eliminates spills and overflows. The only Spill-Proof spout with thumb button control that does not push down on your tank's filler neck to pour. More control, fewer tip-overs of your small equipment. The fastest pouring Spill-Proof nozzle available. At up to 3 gal/min, compare to other brands at 1.5 to 2.0 gal/min. Autostop removable nozzle, single opening for filling & pouring, treated can body for low permeation. Fills equipment without the need to press down on the tank opening. 6-inch Flex Spout Extension (sold separately) allows filling of on-road vehicles, boats and many other hard to reach tank openings. No-Spill Gasoline cans are tested and certified to ASTM F-85299 Standard Specification for Portable Gasoline Containers for Consumer Use and our Diesel & Kerosene cans are tested and certified to ASTM F-97602 Standard Specification for Portable Kerosene and Diesel Containers for Consumer Use.
Top Customer Reviews
And despite what other reviewers have reported, expect LOTS of "glug glug glug", and ridiculously, tediously slow pouring, as this thing isn't vented at all. If you need to use your gas can a non-trivial amount, go buy an old Blitz model with (usually yellow) rear vent and retracting filler spout (two-piece gas cap)... Fuel will pour out of those 20X faster, with no stupid hard-to-hold button, and a nice long flexible spout so you don't need to do crazy acrobatics that causes spills.
To its credit, the push-button spout has an impressively tight seal, with fewer fumes leaking out to kill brain-cells, while previous fuel cans I had to put inside a couple layers of trash bags to contain the gasoline vapors. But unfortunately it takes a lot of effort to hold it down, and you need to do so for a LONG time to get the fuel out of this un-vented can.
My only tip is to keep it completely full, as close to the top as you can manage without lots of spillage... This is not what they tell you in the instructions, but they don't want to be responsible for your spills. Air and other gases expand and contracts with temperature changes many, many times more than liquids (like gasoline). So to keeping it nearly all-the-way full of fuel greatly reduces the swelling up of the canister (which will eventually crack it).