I picked up several German issue NATO jerry cans from cheaperthandirt.com after seeing my initial order was in impecable condition.
All the nozzles though were white colored. Kind of an off-white, though, almost tan.
I looked up color code standards and white is liquid oxygen, and tan is potable or disposable water.
Now, there's no rust in the cans or outside. They also all had fabric tied on to the mouth of the can, and then the lid clamped down on top of that. So if it was the case where it was water, I'm not concerned.
My question is, on the off chance it was liquid oxygen, could I even use these cans for diesel and or gasoline storage?
Second, would liquid O2 even be stored in a jerry can? Wouldn't it be stored in a WAY more robust, and more importantly, temperature controlled container?
Any thoughts here?