Carry and pour with confidence knowing that the EZ3 is constructed from thick-walled, high-density, polyethylene plastic, ensuring it is durable enough to hold up to any fluids you may transport.
The EZ3 also solves the common problem of liquid spilling from the vent hole, which is commonly placed entirely too close to the cap and spout. Risk placed the vent on the EZ3 on the very back of the top handle, keeping it far from the main cap ensuring plenty of venting without the spills.
This bend is what makes it easy to place your spout into your fill container without spilling liquids. It also makes pulling the hose out of the fill container easy, reducing spilling and spraying when your container is full and you need a quick exit.
The Hose Bender also helps stabilize your utility jug while pouring. This stability is maintained by a hook located at the end of the Hose Bender spout which rests the lip of the fill container. This simple but innovative design feature is a huge asset when filling any container.
Safely securing a utility jug for transport can also be a hassle. Risk has solved this issue as well. The EZ3 has a floor mount accessory called The EZ3 Boot. This hardened steel frame mounts easily to the floor of a trailer, van or truck bed. The EZ3 Utility jug then snaps right in place, preventing it from falling over during transit. Additionally, a padlock can be placed through the EZ3 Boot to securely lock the EZ3 Utility Jug to your truck or trailer, protecting your investment.
Durable thick-walled HDPE plastic 3 gallon/12 liter jug
Smaller size makes for easy handling and pouring
3 ergonomic handle design
Unique breather allows adjustable venting,
prevents leaks/spills and won't fall out or get lost
Flat surface in center of jug for custom graphics
Transport safely and securely with the EZ3 boot
Recommended with our "Hose Bender" or "Flow Control" spouts
California Prop. 65 WARNING:
This product can expose you to Bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.