You never want to be stranded in the middle of nowhere with an empty tank, which is why the Diesel Plastic Jerry Can from Haigh is essential for safely carrying extra fuel.
As this jerry can is manufactured to Australian standards, and certified by SAI Global for your peace of mind. It’s made from yellow high-density polyethylene plastic, with high UV protection, and is strong yet lightweight so you can still lift it when it’s full. It also comes with a flexible screw on pouring spout, and an anti-glug nozzle to prevent spillage to make it convenient and easy to use.
When heading off on an outback adventure, make it simple to securely transport fuel with the Diesel Plastic Jerry Can from Haigh.
Made to Australian standards
Certified by SAI Global (5 ticks)
Made in Australia
High UV protection
Flexible screw on pouring spout
Anti-glug nozzle to prevent spillage
Suitable for storing leaded, unleaded and super grades of petrol, and kerosene and distillate
In Use Dimensions:
34L x 18W x 51H cm
34L x 18W x 51H cm
High−Density Polyethylene Plastic
an they be carried horizontally without a risk of leaking1 answer
can they be carried safely lying on their narrow side instead of standing upright without a risk of leaking
David - Cairns(3 years ago)
They have a pretty good seal on them so we think they should be ok horizontally, however just keep an eye on them in warmer weather or when the pressure changes a little to make sure they don't leak at all.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Inlet size 1 answer
What is the diameter of opening size at the smallest point? Will the Jerry can accept hi-flow diesel nozzles (32mm diameter)?
Aleks - 2607(4 years ago)
I've measured the opening at the smallest point and it is 28mm, so unfortunately you won't be able to fit a high flow fuel nozzle into the opening.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Is it safe to store drinking water in this?1 answer
Mahalia Boothman - KINGS MEADOWS(5 years ago)
Thanks for reaching out. The Haigh Fuel Safe Yellow Diesel Jerry Cans are designed for fuel, so while they theoretically could hold water we're not sure how safe the plastic is for drinking water. We do sell Jerry Cans that are suitable for water storage that you can find here.