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Small Engine Fuel, 2 Cycle, 1 gal., PK6

VP SMALL ENGINE FUELS

Price: $137.75 / pkg. of 6

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  • Item # 46T345
  • Mfr. Model # 6236
  • UNSPSC # 15111701
  • Catalog Page # 1388
  • Shipping Weight 40.15 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSmall Engine Fuel, 2 Cycle
  • Size1 gal.
  • AppearanceBlue
  • Flash Point (F)-22 Degrees
  • Specific Gravity0.7-0.8 @ 68 Degrees F
  • CharacteristicsEngineered for Carburetors and Fuel Injection Systems. Protects Fuel Systems, Saves Carburetors, Enables Worry-free Long-Term Storage, Burns Cleaner and Extends Engine Life. Also Won't Attract Moisture, Oxidize or Form Gummy Deposits in Carburetor.
  • ApplicationVP-SEF 2-Cycle Blends Are Pre-Mixed With Oil And Are Ready To Pour. Contains High Quality, Clean Burning Synthetic Oil And Is Virtually Smoke-Free.
  • StandardsAPI TC, ISO-LEGD, JASO FD
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Compliance and Restrictions

  • Hazardous material - Non-Flammable Gas

  • This item is restricted for international sale.

  • This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Ethanol-free
Keeps fuel stable during the off-season and provides for easier, more dependable starts.

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I have several questions:

Are the 5 gallon VP containers considered to be osha approved safety cans?

Are they required to be stored in a flammable liquids cabinet?

Is there an established transfer procedure from the VP container into a smaller container?

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The can this product comes in is not classified as an approved safety can for the safe storage of flammable liquids. OSHA does not approve product, however for the more exact definition of a safety can for flammables it is here: "NFPA 30 and OSHA 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.106 (a)(29) define a safety can as, "an approved container of not more than 5 gallons (18.9 liters) capacity, having a spring-closing lid and spout cover so designed that it will safely relieve internal pressure when subjected to fire exposure."
It is possible that your local codes require this product to be stored properly in a flammable storage cabinet. This would most likely depend on how much you have and what your local requirements are for storage. For this you may need to contact your local Fire Marshal. For more information on proper transfer of and storage of flammable liquids you can access Grainger Quick Tips Document # 179, link here http://www.grainger.com/content/qt-...
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