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- Pour Funnel For Justrite® Type I Oval Polyethylene Safety Cans11201$5.30 / each
- Justrite® Bench Can Small Parts Washer 3 Gallon10775$108.20 / each
- Justrite® Bench Can Small Parts Washer 2 Gallon10575$98.95 / each
- Justrite® Bench Can Small Parts Washer 1 Gallon10375$55.15 / each
- Justrite® Bench Can Small Parts Washer 2 Quart10295$55.65 / each
- Justrite® Bench Can Small 1 Quart Parts Washer10175$50.65 / each
- Justrite® Oil Waste Cans 21 Gallon Hand Operated09710$127.10 / each
- Justrite® Oily Waste Cans 21 Gallon Foot Operated09700$126.75 / each
- Justrite® Oil Waste Can 14 Gallon Foot Operated09500$91.35 / each
- Justrite® Oily Waste Cans 10 Gallon Hand Operated09310$76.00 / each
- Justrite® Oily Waste Cans 10 Gallon Foot Operated09300$75.95 / each
- Justrite® Oily Waste Cans 6 Gallon Hand Operated09110$60.50 / each
- Justrite® 6 Gallon Oily Waste Can Foot Operated09100$66.45 / each
- Justrite® 1 Pint Plunger Cans10008$42.95 / each
- Justrite® Plunger Cans 1 Quart10108$49.95 / each
Why Safety Cans?
First, it's the law. OSHA regulations and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes say that if you have flammable liquids outside of a storage room or fire protection area, they must be stored in an approved safety cabinet.
Moreover, open unapproved containers are bad because a spark or flame can easily ignite vapors. In the event of a fire, liquid in any container will heat up and vaporize, which can cause an explosion. That’s where safety cans step in to guard against a “preventable disaster.”
What is an approved safety can and what’s so great about it?
- Built-in flame arresting features: Prevent vapor and liquid loss and the ignition of the product by external sparks or flames
- Allow vapors to escape in a fire, but it prevents flames and sparks from “flashing back” into the container
- Much tougher than ordinary containers: Resist rust, withstand dropping, and bear rough handling
What kind of Justrite safety can do I need?
It depends on what type of liquids you use, and how and where you use them:
- For storing and transporting liquids: Use a Type I can with its large single opening that can be quickly filled and emptied
- For transferring liquid into smaller containers: Use a Type II can with its flexible metal hose that gets into small openings without spills and drips
- Oval laboratory cans: Make the most efficient use of shelf space
Which Material of Approved Safety Containers Should I Choose: Metal or Plastic?
Coated Steel Safety Can: For Petroleum-Based Liquids Where Purity is Not Very Critical
- Strong steel safety cans: 24 gauge steel with soldered double seams and welded side seam
- Highly resistant metal safety gas can: High gloss super powder coat finish resists solvents, acids and alkalis, as well as rust
Plastic Safety Can: The Ultimate Answer to Corrosion and Rough Handling
- Highly durable polyethylene: Resists virtually all corrosive liquids and naturally resists dents, punctures, and abrasion
- Molded in color: Won’t ever chip or fade; Special built-in electrical bonding for static draining