20L Diesel – AFAC

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Setting the Safety Standard!

Pro Quip Metal 20L Diesel AFAC Fuel Jerry Can
Patented Locking Pin in bayonet cap
AFAC colour code compliant for storage of Diesel
AFAC colour code compliant for storage of Unleaded Fuel
Certified to UN regulations for transport of dangerous good by Road, Rail, Sea and Air
0.9mm European Steel Construction
Internally lined to prevent rust from condensation, suitable for all pump fuels
Powder coated externally for corrosion resistance
Triple handle for easy carriage
AS2906:2001 Approved, BAM Certified for Defence Force requirements
Made in Latvia
Replacement parts sold online, click here.

Are Certified to Australian Standard 2906:2001 and the 20L Metal Jerry cans have also passed stringent Defence Force testing (BAM).
Have Patented Secondary Locking Pin closures.
Manufactured with a quality Bayonet closure.
Pressure tested up to 415KPA this ensures the can is leak proof in any position.
Contains a unique 12mm square breather pipe with wide mouth opening in the spout to ensure smoother pouring of fuel.
Meet UN Approval and TUV Standards, and our colours are AFAC Certified.
Range of Accessories including Holders, Pourers, Seals and ID Tags, and Flexible Metal Pourers.

Ideal for storage of up to 20L of Diesel
Empties 20L of diesel in 60 seconds when used with Pro Quip Flexible Diesel Pourer part 23300
20.5KG weight when filled to nominal capacity with Diesel
Can be stored in any orientation without leaking
Replaceable seal for longer service life
Upright Design to fit standard Jerry Can Holders

To be stored in a Pro Quip Holder during transport
Service life 20 years


34.5L x 16.5W x 47H



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Safe Refueling tips from Worksafe Victoria

When refueling petrol or diesel powered portable equipment there must be safe systems of work in place to reduce the ignition risk.
These may include:

When Refueling:

  • Turn the equipment off and give it time for the hot parts to cool down
  • Remove the equipment from inside vehicles
  • Remove the equipment from trailers or surfaces (eg plastic or rubber) to ground out any static charge built up on the equipment
  • Refuel away from other heat and possible ignition sources
  • Refuel in a well-ventilated area
  • Do not refuel in low lying areas, where vapours can accumulate
  • Refuel only from approved labelled fuel containers
  • Use a funnel, to reduce the risk of static electricity and fuel spillage
  • Ensure suitable fire extinguishers are readily accessible
  • Replace fuel caps on equipment and fuel containers tightly.

For more information from Worksafe Victoria, visit their site.

When Transporting portable equipment and fuel containers:

  • Allow the equipment to cool down before loading it onto a vehicle
  • Ensure fuel caps are on tight
  • Secure in the upright position in a well-ventilated space.

When Storing fuel onsite:

  • Only approved labelled fuel containers are used
  • Fuel containers are outside vehicles or structures, in a well-ventilated area.
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