Use this trusted and reliable 2.5 gal (9 L) Justrite yellow DOT Type II Accuflow™ Steel Safety Can with Roll Bars (model 7325230) for over-the-road transport of diesel fuel and as a safety can for onsite fuel dispensing. Transporting diesel is required across many industries including, but not limited to, agriculture, construction, and mining.
Compliance with the Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations for over-the-road transport of diesel is simpler with Justrite's DOT-compliant Type II safety can — ideal for remote diesel-fueled equipment.
This safety can is made of steel, has an exterior height of 12.7 in (305 mm), an outer diameter of 11.75 in (298 mm), and the fill or pour hole is 1.68 in (43 mm). The accompanying metal hose is 9 in (229 mm) long and has an outer diameter of 1 in (25 mm). Model 7325230 weighs 10.3 lb (4.7 kg); and is one of four yellow DOT safety can options available from Justrite.
AccuFlow's exclusive Safe-Squeeze® trigger mechanism opens the piston-actuated spout and vacuum-release valve for glug-free, fast and accurate pouring. Release the handle to instantly close the valve and guard against spills.
Built-in safety features include an internal stainless steel flame arrester to dissipate heat preventing flashback ignition, a leak-tight, self-closing lid automatically venting between 3 and 5 psig (0.2 and 0.35 bar), and heavy roll bars to protect the spout. The safety can exterior includes a large ID zone to write and identify contents, in order to avoid misuse or mixing incompatible products.
Model 7325230 is FM Approved and comes with a 10-year limited warranty. It meets DOT, HM-181, and OSHA compliance requirements; complies with NFPA code 30; has United Nations (UN) approved marking 1A1/Y1.2/100; and is an accepted container under CARB.
DOT Compliant Transport and Dispensing Cans
When in travel mode, a hold-down bracket is tethered to the lid with an easy-to-grasp tightening screw that prevents vapor release and spills during transport.
The can features a fusible link bracket that engages easily when used to transport fuel. In cases of extreme heat or fire conditions, the fusible link melts at 165°F (74°C). This allows the lid to vent and relieve pressure, preventing dangerous pressure buildup that could lead to a rupture or explosion. When the fusible link bracket is disengaged, the can acts as a standard safety can and should not be used for transporting fuel.
Place DOT safety cans in usage mode for on-site fuel dispensing. When the tethered magnetic bracket is loosened, it rests on top of the can, preventing parts from getting lost.