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Spill Proof Kerosene Can, 5 Gal., Blue

BRIGGS & STRATTON

Price: $42.90 / each

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  • Item # 4FZE8
  • Mfr. Model # 85059
  • UNSPSC # 24112206
  • Catalog Page # 2459
  • Shipping Weight 2.8 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSpill Proof Kerosene Can
  • Capacity5 gal.
  • VentingSelf
  • ColorBlue
  • MaterialPolyethylene
  • Height14-3/4"
  • Width8-1/2"
  • Spout Length11-1/2"
  • StandardsCARB, ATSM F852-2009
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Fuel Containers
• Meet EPA and ASTM F852-2009 CARB compliant UL Listed
Provide temporary storage of flammable liquids such as gasoline (red), kerosene (blue), and diesel (yellow). Child-resistant fuel cans are self-venting for safe and easy pouring with auto shutoff. Angled and tapered container prevents spills, leaks, and reduces gas emissions. Polyethylene cans are impervious to many liquid chemicals, solvents, and corrosives. Galvanized steel can is chemical-resistant.

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I bought this can as a backup to my two 5 gal gas jugs, not realizing it was for kerosene. However, as best I can tell, the only difference between this and the red gasoline can is the color. I don't use kerosene so the obvious concern of a mix-up is not a problem.
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Per Briggs and Stratton, the manufacturer, although the blue kerosene can is made of the same material and design as the red gasoline cans, they strongly suggest that the blue can not be used for gasoline.

The established color codes (red for gasoline, blue for kerosene and yellow for diesel) are universal and well understood. The potential for the blue to be interpreted as kerosene is too great from the manufacturer's perspective.

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