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5 Litre Red Jerry Military Can With Spout Fuel Oil Petrol Diesel Storage Tank

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  • To prevent internal rusting the can is lined with petrol resistant alkyd-ammonia based paint
  • The wide channel breather enables even pouring time of less than 25 sec
  • Strip welding ensures handle strength
  • Special holes in handle allows to attach pouring spout clip with screws
  • Bayonet closure is completely leak proof with the can in any position
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Wheels N Bits NEW 5 L JERRY MILITARY CAN FUEL OIL WASTE WATER PETROL DIESEL STORAGE TANK WITH SPOUT

: According to DIN 7274 the can is made from 0.9 mm steel Military Grade.
: To prevent internal rusting the can is lined with petrol resistant alkyd-ammonia based paint ( Cheap Chinese cans don't have this )
: Powder coating gives anti-corrosion protection and a smooth look. It is possible to produce cans in any colour from the RAL catalogue min order required 500 3-4 weeks delivery time please email for more information if needed.
: UN number approval certifies compliance with Dangerous Goods Transportation Regulations
: Date stamp on the cap? shows year/ month of production
: Internationally Patented Locking Pin gives additional security against accidental opening of the can

These Models of Jerry can are manufactured for Wheels N Bits in Europe.

After hearing of many complaints about cheap imported jerry cans, we decide to see if we could source a high quality jerry can for as low as possible in price made in Europe.
Cheap jerry cans are made out a maximum 8mm steel many will be less that 5mm.
Problem with this is these cans get kicked around chunked in a corner an only used once needed the Wheels N Bits jerry can is made out of 9mm un standard this is military grades.
The other way that they make the can cheaper is not to treat the inside of the can.
The problem with this is in Northern Europe where you have lower temperatures from frost etc. The inside of the can will rust. Now as you can imagine you wouldn't want to pure Petrol, Diesel, Home heat oil etc. That is full of rust particles in a machine tank burner etc as this wouldn't be long cost a few quid to put right.
Our can are treated inside an out to prevent this from happen.
With a wide Channel Breather for even pouring leaves that you can pour the liquid out of the can in less than 25 seconds.

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