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Midwest Can 5 gal. Gasoline Can, 5610

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5-Gallon Gasoline container equipped with FlameShield Safety System. Includes Model 4240 Quick-Flow spout.

  • Made with HDPE
  • Two-Handled Design
  • Meets EPA, CARB and ASTM regulations
  • 1-year warranty

Specification Description
Product Type: Gas Cans
Application/Use: Use to refill Gasoline fuel powered equipment
Brand: Midwest Can
Material: HDPE
Part Number: 5610
Product Height: 14.5
Product Length: 13
Product Weight: 3
Product Width: 10
Special Feature(s): HDPE
Type: Gasoline Contianer
Warranty: 1-year
Capacity: 5 gal.
Refillable and/or Exchangeable: Refillable
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Manufacturer Part Number 5610
Midwest Can 5 gal. Gasoline Can, 5610 is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Gas Can if you buy a new spout Modern gas spouts are useless. Get this can then buy a spout with a vent kit and it works great. They should sell this can with no spout for $5 less.
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Midwest 5gal gasoline can These plastic gas cans are garbage impossible to figure out how to get them to open. They have special lock spout so gas doesn’t spill I ended up throwing their spout away and used my own.
Date published: 2019-04-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Usable, with modifications. I bought one of these today because I needed another new gas can for personal use. Recently I bought a few of these for the place that I work because we run mowing crews and need lots of gas cans. They work fine for fueling up zero turn mowers and the like. The FIRST thing that you must do with these before you even attempt to put any gas in them from a gas station pump is to PULL OUT the ridiculous "screen" or spark thingie (or whatever it's called). If you don't be prepared to spill a BUNCH OF GAS the first time you try filling one of these up. I noticed this the first time I tried filling one up at work. I have an older version of this same can (Midwest) that I've probably had for at least 10-15 years. Back then they didn't put these ridiculous screens in them. Use a stout pair of needle nose pliers to twist and pull the plastic screen out and then throw that in the trash. Then the can is easy to fill up.
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible product Didn't know there was a permanent insert inside the can. It is impossible to fill at the pump, because this brilliantly placed insert causes the gas to spray back out. I sprayed 55 cents worth of gas all over the ground and myself with my initial attempt to fill the can. The built-in insert prevents properly filling the can. Complete waste of money and time. I've been using gas cans nearly daily for decades and I've never seen such junk. How poor of an engineer do you have to be to have an epic fail designing a gas can?!?
Date published: 2019-03-13
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How do you actually use it. I tried to use it on my Snow Blower and nothing came out of the nozzle. I had to take the spout off and use a funnel.

Asked by: RanSoft
First, please make sure your spout is installed and screwed onto your container properly to prevent leaking. While the container is on the ground click in the red safety lock located on your spout. This will un-lock your spout for use. Pick up your container and place the tip of the spout inside your fuel tank. Using the black notch on the spout, rest notch on tank lip, push downward to retract spout. This will start the flow. Please remember you need to click in red safety lock before each use. For spout instructions and new FMD Safety Video please visit http://www.midwestcan.com/faq.html
Answered by: Midwest Can Support
Date published: 2019-03-28

is this can vented?

Asked by: CaptBullardo
These cans have CARB compliant nozzles. There is a plunger at the front that allows the container to vent in air.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-07-06
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