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NO-SPILL® is a registered 
Trademark of No-Spill Inc. 
Safety is our priority
No-Spill   is dedicated to our customer's safety and keeping our environment 
clean.  Always follow all warnings and cautions.  The following statements appear 
on all our cans: 

Before Every Use:
Press and release green button to relieve pressure. 
Carefully read and follow all warnings and cautions. 

Why Is It So Dangerous To Start A Fire With Gasoline? 
 It’s about the Vapors.

On every gas can we sell, we put the following information:  

EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE
VAPORS CAN EXPLODE
VAPORS CAN EXPLODE WHEN IGNITED BY A FLAME OR SPARK FROM MANY FEET AWAY

Why do we warn our customers about vapors?  
A quick discussion of Flash Point will tell why.  

Flash Point 
  The science of very dangerous fuels and their vapors.

Wikipedia:
The flash point of a volatile material is the lowest temperature at which it can vaporize to form an ignitable mixture in air.

In Simple Terms:
The flash point of a fuel is the lowest temperature the fuel will produce vapors that can burn or explode. At this flash point temperature and above, the fuels will evaporate and constantly release dangerous vapors.









Looking at the flash points it is glaringly apparent that gasoline will produce and release combustible vapors at all temperatures at and above -45°F. (-45ºF happens to be the lowest winter temperature at the North Pole.) So– in our everyday environment, gasoline is always producing combustible vapors. Other common fuels have to be at a higher than normal temperatures to do so.

To make matters worse, gasoline vapors are almost invisible. (Sometimes you can see their shadows in sunlight.) These vapors are heavier than air and they “flow” along the ground. So, they can concentrate far away from the liquid gasoline source. If ignited, these vapors will burn or explode.

KEY MESSAGE: 
Gasoline continually releases invisible & highly combustible vapors. They may be surrounding you and others as you pour. Any ignition source will cause these vapors to burn or explode. Gasoline contains tremendous energy and is made for one purpose– as an engine fuel.  
Never use gasoline to start or accelerate a fire. It is far too dangerous.

DANGER:
Never use gasoline to start or accelerate a fire.  Always keep fuel cans out of reach of children.

GASOLINE-DANGER!
DANGER • EXTREMELY • FLAMMABLE • VAPORS CAN EXPLODE  • HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED  • VAPOR HARMFUL TO LUNGS IF INHALED • KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OR USE BY CHILDREN • NEVER USE GAS TO START OR ACCELERATE A FIRE • KEEP AWAY FROM ALL IGNITION OR HEAT SOURCES • CAREFULLY READ ALL CAUTIONS ON BOTH SIDES

DANGER - KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OR USE BY CHILDREN • NEVER USE GAS TO START OR ACCELERATE A FIRE • CAREFULLY READ ALL CAUTIONS ON ALL SIDES

EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE • VAPORS CAN EXPLODE WHEN IGNITED BY FLAME OR SPARK FROM MANY FEET AWAY WHEN STORING OR USING KEEP AWAY FROM FLAMES, SPARKS, PILOT LIGHTS, STOVES, HEATERS, ELECTRIC MOTORS OR SWITCHES, LIT TOBACCO AND OTHER SOURCES OF IGNITION • NEVER USE WITH LOOSE, DAMAGED OR MISSING SPOUT/NEVER STORE IN VEHICLE OR LIVING SPACE • STORE ONLY IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA • USE OUTDOORS ONLY • KEEP CONTAINER CLOSED • PLACE CONTAINER ON GROUND WHEN FILLING

POISON • HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED • DO NOT SIPHON BY MOUTH • IF SWALLOWED, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING - CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY • VAPOR HARMFUL TO LUNGS IF INHALED, AVOID PROLONGED BREATHING OF VAPORS

NO SPILL   Inc., LENEXA, KS USA  
MADE IN USA

Emission Information & Misc:
EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION: THIS CONTAINER COMPLIES WITH U.S. EPA EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR PORTABLE FUEL CONTAINERS (40 CFR PART 59). THE EMISSIONS WARRANTY IS VALID FOR ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. EPA CODE 9NSR2P4AABF1. THIS CONTAINER COMPLIES WITH CARB EO G-07-049

CLASSIFIED TO ANSI / ASTM F852-08

Not intended for refueling on-road motor vehicles
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