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No-Spill Gas Can 5 gallon

No-Spill Gas Can 5 gallon
Item #: 31192
Meets California Air Resources Board requirements for sale or use in California. Autostop removable nozzle, single opening for filling & pouring, treated can body for low permeation. Rear handle for pouring makes it the most user friendly CARB compliant 5 gallon can available. 6in Flex Spout Extensiont (sold separately) allows filling of on-road vehicles, boats and many other hard to reach tank openings.

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We’re always on the lookout for quality products to make your job easier and safer. So, when No-Spill® fuel cans were recommended for their ease of use and rugged dependability by a Michigan based arbor-buddy, we had to check them out. We found No-Spill® fuel cans all they were cracked up to be… safer, cleaner, faster and environmentally friendly.
The No-Spill® spout is fully user controlled; insert the spout into the tank opening, tip vertically, then press the button to begin a controlled pouring action. When you’re ready to stop, simply release the button. No-Spill® fuel cans minimize overflows, especially on smaller equipment by putting instant “flood control” at your finger tip! They feature the fastest pouring spill-proof nozzle available featuring a pour rate of up to 3 gal/min (compared to other brands at 1.5 to 2.0 gal/min). The tapered 3/4” spout easily fits even smaller chainsaw and trimmer tanks. Thumb button locks securely for transportation and storage. No spare parts to assemble or keep up with between jobs either.
Legal in all 50 states.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 2.93 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand No-Spill
Color Red
Height 13½ inches
Meets ANSI Standards Yes
UPC Code 759176014501

Customer Reviews

Best gas can Review by Drew
This is the best gas can around. You won't be disappointed . (Posted on 2/12/2018)
the best Review by craig
best gas can buy, been using for years 0 complaints or spills (Posted on 8/4/2015)