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Scepter 5-Gallon Military Style Water Can

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The Scepter 5-Gallon Military Style Water Can is perfect for all your watering needs.

  • Air vent for smooth flow
  • Flexible reversible spout
  • Leak resistant cap
  • Lightweight, dent resistant, rust-proof, non-corroding polyethylene
  • Heavy-duty and puncture resistant

Specification Description
Brand: Scepter
Product Length: 13-3/8 in.
Product Type: Camp Essentials
Product Height: 18-7/8 in.
Product Weight: 2.65 lb.
Product Width: 7-1/2 in.
Outside Material: Polyester
Manufacturer Part Number 107
Scepter 5-Gallon Military Style Water Can is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for water transport These easy to use 5 gallon water cans made water transport easy for our job. Thanks
Date published: 2017-10-05
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Are these acceptable for potable water? Is this a food safe grade material?

Asked by: TravelingSteve
Scepter item 00107 or 04933 are designed for water and thus are manufactured using FDA approved materials. If you have any further questions our Customer Service Department is available Monday - Friday from 8:30 - 5:00 Eastern Standard Time.
Answered by: ScepterCustomerService
Date published: 2017-10-11

Will the plastic material used in the construction of this can hold up to gasoline? I know it is not intended for gasoline, but just curious. I of course would never put gas in it.

Asked by: John T654654564
NO. The water cans are mono-layer plastic, not multi-layer plastic. Which means the gas will leach out into the atmosphere. This does not meet EPA requirements for fuel containers. Only use the containers for their intended purposes.
Answered by: ScepterCustomerService
Date published: 2017-03-28
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