Behold, the small but mighty Elitist 1L Fuel Carrier. This 1L fuel rated bottle is designed for the ultimate convenience. The Fuel Carrier eliminates the need to transport the larger 5L and 20L fuel containers to performances. It is perfect for the smaller, more intimate shows where larger fuel containers may get in the way or become difficult to stow during your performance.
The decent sized opening on the bottles allows for ease during decanting, and they bottles are rated to safely store any fuel used in fire performing. The Fuel Carrier is sold empty, and does not contain any liquid at the time of sale. This allows you to place any fuel you desire into the Fuel Carrier, and transport it with ease, to and from your chosen locations.
The 1L fuel carrier is especially popular in the fire eating community as it conveniently contains fire eating fuel, and is small enough so as to not pose the higher level fire or chemical spillage hazard equal to that of the larger commercially available containers that the fuel is sold within. The dimensional proportions of the base mean the 1L Fuel Carrier is less likely to be knocked over than standard small containers, and measuring in at 12cm x 18cm x 7cm, its small size means it can easily fit inside your backpack. The opening of the nozzle on your Fuel Carrier easily accommodates your Elitist Hollow Fire Eating Wands, Practice Wands, and Fire Eating Staffs.
It is recommended that, when using your Elitist 1L Fuel Carrier, that you label the container clearly with what you have contained within it so as to eliminate confusion, and prevent fuel mixing. This will also make know the potential hazard any certain fuel contained may pose to others or it’s immediate environment.
When not dipping your fire wicks into the bottle or pouring fuel in/out of your Fuel Carrier, it is a good idea, and well advised that you secure the lid back onto the bottle correctly and tightly so as to prevent spillage of it’s contents. This will also prevent the potential for naked flames in the immediate environment to be exposed to any volatile vapours from certain fuels that may be stored within the Fuel Carrier, namely fire eating fuels.