Frequently Asked Questions About Eagle Products
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Are Eagle products made in the USA?
YES, we are proud that our products are designed and manufactured in the United States.
How do I know which color safety cabinet to choose?
Depending on the type of chemical to be stored, Eagle has Yellow for Flammable Liquid Safety Storage, Red for Paint & Ink Safety Storage, Blue for Acid & Corrosive Safety Storage, and Green for Pesticide Safety Storage. All cabinets are available as either manual or self-closing models. We also have Grey, White and Beige.
What is the difference between red and yellow safety storage cabinets?
Both Eagle Safety Storage Cabinets are the same before being powder coat painted. Both are considered flammable safety storage cabinets. Red cabinets are designed for smaller containers (i.e. paint cans, aerosol cans). Yellow is designed for 5 gallon containers with the option to remove or add shelves for interchangeable uses.
How long are the straps for the Eagle Column Protectors?
The ‘easy-to-install’ black straps are 92” long.
Can you get the Eagle HDPE Post Sleeves in different colors?
Yes the Eagle HDPE Post Sleeves are available in yellow, white, black, orange, blue, red, green, brown and lime. “Selecting Your Material Handling Equipment” is a related article you may find useful.
How do I know what color Eagle safety can to chose?
Eagle offers Type I and Type II metal safety cans in the following colors: Red for the storage of Flammable Liquids, Yellow for the storage of Diesel, Blue for the storage of Kerosene, and Green for the storage of Combustibles. “What is the Meaning Behind Safety Can Colors” is a related article you may find useful.
What is the difference between Type I and Type II Safety Cans?
Type I safety cans only have 1 opening – pour & fill from the same opening. Type II safety cans have 2 openings – one for pouring and one for filling – the fill opening serves as a vent when pouring. The best gas can to choose depends on your needs. “Gas Can vs Safety Can” is a related article you may find useful.
Why are Eagle Type I and Type II hot dipped 24-gauge galvanized steel safety cans different?
Eagle safety cans are the ONLY safety cans on the market that have deep drawn seamless top and a double interlock no-weld seamless bottom, making them one of the most safe cans in the industry.
Does Eagle have metal Oily Waste Cans?
Eagle only manufactures High Density Polyethylene Oily Waste Cans. These models are available in red, yellow, black and also biohazardous red and meet all the same requirements as metal models, however the Eagle HDPE Oily Waste Cans will not rust or dent, are resistant to most chemical compounds and are FM Approved.
Does Eagle have parts available for SP, M and PG Series consumer gas cans?
No, parts are no longer available for these discontinued items.