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    Jet A1 Storage. Plastic or Metal jerry cans?

    Jet A1 Storage.

    Whats the better jerry can to srore the fuel in?
    Plastic or Metal jerry cans?

    Does one container allow more condensation then the other to absorb into the fuel?

    Thanks Mario..

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    RE: Jet A1 Storage. Plastic or Metal jerry cans?

    I have some growth in my metal container maybe the trick is not to store it but mix what you need then use it.

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    RE: Jet A1 Storage. Plastic or Metal jerry cans?

    Blue or black plastic that keeps the light out to prevent growth

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    RE: Jet A1 Storage. Plastic or Metal jerry cans?

    Hi all, containers do not make any differance,they must be kept full with no air inside,growth in fuel is caused by water which will be in the bottom of container so sypfon off and discarde bottom 1 inch,threat with anti fungal addative regards Keith

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    RE: Jet A1 Storage. Plastic or Metal jerry cans?

    Store it at a constant temperature if possible. Raise the containers above the concrete floor.
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