Type I Flammable Liquids Safety Cans
Why different colors for different liquids?
Colors are used to designate what type of liquid is being stored so it can be
quickly and visually identified without label reading. Using colors to
differentiate between various types of liquids helps avoid costly errors when
more than one type of liquid is present at a worksite. It reduces errors because
content identification is easier.
|General flammable liquids storage - Red is the most widely used (and OSHA-accepted) color for flammable liquid safety cans. Heavy-duty, high grade coated steel construction features special reinforcing ribs to strengthen sidewalls for extra "bumper guard" protection. The self-closing, leakproof lid helps prevent spills and leaks.|
|Green flammable liquid safety cans for oils storage - Using colors to differentiate between various types of liquids helps avoid costly errors when more than one type of liquid is present at a worksite. Unique counterbalance, ergonomic design with full-fisted grip handle offers gravity-assisted pouring.|
|Blue safety cans for kerosene storage - Colors are used to designate what type of liquid is being stored so it can be quickly, visually identified without label reading. To protect against rupture or explosion, positive pressure relief mechanism automatically vents between 3 and 5 psig.|
|Yellow safety cans are used for diesel fuel (although like all Type I cans, they can handle any flammable liquid). Finished in a tough powder coat paint, these cans resist chemicals and standup to heavy abuse. Safety can meets OSHA and NFPA requirements, and carries an exclusive Justrite Ten-Year Warranty.|
|Excellent for corrosives - Choose Type I nonmetallic, high-density polyethylene Safety Cans when dent and chemical resistance are vital. Polyethylene construction means it is inert, so it stands up to tough acids and corrosives as well as heat. It’s dent, puncture and chip resistant. |