Refueling of tractors, boats, ATVs and other large equipment becomes an easy task with the original Scepter™ Flo ‘N Go Duramax 14-gallon wheeled fuel container. Ready to handle all winter and springtime refueling needs, the Duramax can be used around the farm, on the dock or in industrial and commercial settings.
“Whether refilling gas-powered tools, snowmobiles, jet skis or generators, Duramax has proven itself ready for any situation and location,” says Daniel Marshall, vice president of marketing and business development with Scepter™. “The trusted unit is constructed of durable and safe high-density polyethylene, making it capable of dependable use in a variety of locations.”
The patented Flo ‘N Go pump handle on the Duramax container includes a spill-proof shut-off. The unit has a flow rate of two gallons of fuel per minute when in the siphon mode. Designed to handle rough terrain areas, sturdy six-inch wheels on the always dependable Duramax help easily transport the container to marine dock areas, farms and work locations.
Duramax has a bolt-on hanger for convenient hose storage. The ergonomically-designed, heavy-duty top handle on the container features extra deep handholds for transport. And, molded-in feet keep the container off the floor for increased ventilation and stability.
“As the weather starts getting better and people are thinking about camping, boating and other outdoor activities, now is the time to fuel up gas-powered equipment,” says Marshall. “The simplicity of using this always-reliable fuel container makes life easier in so many ways. Just roll the rugged container to where you need to fuel up equipment or other items.”
Duramax containers are both UN and DOT certified. Best in class Flo ‘N Go Duramax containers can be found at Amazon.com, Tractor Supply Company, Canadian Tire, Overton’s, Academy Sports, HomeDepot.com, Walmart.com and Northern® Tool + Equipment stores.
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