Handling Of Racing Fuels Safety Guidelines For Racing Fuel
To retain the quality of your fuel, you should place maximum priorities on product quality and safe and proper handling. Listed below are some tips that we have found to be effective. For a complete listing of safety guidelines, please refer to the MSDS for the fuel you are using.
Remember that racing fuels are flammable. Observe safety rules to avoid unplanned meetings of the three components of the fire triangle: air, fuel, and an ignition source.
Avoid skin contact. Do not use racing fuels as a solvent for cleaning parts or your hands.
Avoid ingestion. Do not siphon racing fuels by developing a vacuum with your mouth.
Store racing fuels in a manner that prevents small children from coming in contact with them (preferably under lock and key). Keep storage container caps closed tightly as a further deterrent to small children.
Do not remove the hazardous warning label from the fuel drum.
Be advised that federal, state, and local laws prohibit illegally dumping a drum.
Drums containing racing fuels are not suitable for any other application except racing fuels until that drum has been properly reconditioned by a licensed drum recycler.