Oil Transfer Containers provide the first best practice solution to keep oil clean and dry during oil transfer. With non-desiccant and desiccant breather options available, as well as quick connects for clean filling, isolates oil from the environment providing the ultimate in best practice contamination control.
- Transferring small volumes of oil
- Topping off reservoirs
- Small volume storage
Did You Know…
It costs ten times as much to remove contamination from equipment than it does to exclude it?
Moisture contamination is the second most destructive contaminant in most systems.
Maintaining clean oil can extend equipment life as much as 2-5 times?
For keeping oil clean and dry during storage and transfer to machinery within ambient temperature ranges of -40ºF to 176ºF (-40°C to 80°C).
Materials & Components
Dispensing Lid and Spouts: – Nylon – 304 Stainless Steel – Steel – Buna-N – HDPE & PTFE
Pump Lid, with Pump
- 304 Stainless Steel
- Silicone – Nylon
Oil Transfer Containers are the perfect solution for small volume transfers of oil to machines. Industrial-grade HDPE containers will not chemically react with oil or additive packages.
The trigger mechanism in the dispensing lid keeps fluid isolated until engaged, controlling moisture and contamination. Optional non-desiccant or desiccant breathers keep oil clean and dry while in the container.
An optional ISO B quick connect allows new, pre-filtered oil to be added to the container without exposing it to the atmosphere.
The interchangeable spouts allow more flexibility with the standard dispensing lid and eliminate the need for funnels. They are available in different lengths, tip sizes, colors, and either rigid or extended options.
Additional accessories like the pump lid, pump, and color-coding label system allow for even more control of your lubricant storage and handling.
Using the Oil Transfer Container and its best practices options ensures the oil transferred to your equipment is free of contamination.
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