Terrafirma Jerry Cans
A Jerry Can is a robust fuel container originally made from pressed steel and designed in Germany in the 1930's for military use to hole 20 litres of fuel. The stamped indentations on the sides serve two purposes: first, to stiffen the sheet metal sides and second to allow greater surface area for expansion and contraction of the contents with head and cold.
Original applications were denoted by the colour of the can although this has largely been ignored in recent times. Jerry cans are available in 5, 10 and 20 litre capacity and accessories include a selection of spouts and holders that can be bolted together or attached to the vehicles structure.