Thank you for using SYSBEL Safety Cans. As a partner of many well-known brands, SYSBEL provides high quality products for keeping your working environment safety. SYSBEL Safety Cans are the typical, single-spout safety cans in widest use for conveniently carrying, dispensing, and storing up to five gallons (19 litres) of flammable liquids. The basic purpose of a safety can is the control of flammable vapors to reduce the risk of fire, protecting both personnel and facilities
1.Fixed and rounded carrying handle enable to accompany with clamp to open lid without any secondary
linkages, bring a convenience in carrying and using
2.The reinforcement support shaft-design and centrosymmetric ribdesign of the bottom, help to balance the can’s interior force
3.Baked on lead-free epoxy paint finish, minimizing the effects of corrosion and humidity
4.Positive press relief cap, leaktight, automatically vent vapor between 0.2 and 0.35bar(3 and 5 psig) to prevent rupture(or explosion in event of fire),spring loaded, it closes automatically after filling or pouring
5.Seamless design for combination of the top and the body of the can
6.Yellow belly band with warning and clear content identification area for added security
1.Type I Red Matallic Safety Cans for Flammables
Type I Safety Cans One opening from which to fill and pour into larger receiving vessels. They are the typical, single-spout safety
cans in widest use for transfer, storage and dispensing of flammable or combustible liquids in capacities from 1 pint (0.5 L) to 5 gallon
(19L); safety can’s capacity cannot be more than 5 gallons. SYSBEL manufactures Type I cans with galvanized steel bodies in two
sizes, involving 2.5 Gal（9.5L） & 5 Gal（19L）.
Type I Safety Cans are designed primarily for filling of containers having large receiving openings, such as rinse or cleaning tanks.
However they also can be equipped with accessory funnel attachments for filling containers with smaller opening, specially for fitting
unleaded fuel tank.
When working with flammable or combustible liquids, using the
wrong fluid could result in equipment damage or even present a
potential disaster. Using color in your storage practices help identify,
organize and segregate liquid to avoid accidents.
OSHA requires flammables with a flashpoint below 80°F (27°C) be
in a red can with yellow band. Typical industry convention is
red=gasoline, yellow=diesel, blue=kerosene.
Fire control is realized by Flame Arrester, Self-close Lid
The fire triangle demonstrates the three basic elements that must be
present simultaneously to support a fire. These elements are the
“legs” of a fire triangle. A safety can is designed to specifically
eliminate one or more of the elements needed for a fire to start: heat
(or ignition source), oxygen and fuel