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FlipLock Storage Container - OXO (DISCONTINUED)

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OXO has been producing quality kitchen equipment since 1990 under the philosophy of Universal Design or products usable by as many people as possible. The result is quality products with comfortable grips, no-slip bottoms, unique storage capabilities and an overall great look. Now it is easier than ever to use these great products as part of your aquarium maintenance.

Great for storing your 2 part and kalkwasser chemicals. We also used these containers from OXO to make our Kalk Dripper Kit and they worked great. Watch the video to learn more.

 

2 Part and Kalk Container Features

  • Glass container won't stain or absorb odor
  • Shatter-resistant borosilicate
  • One hand flip lock for air tight seal
  • Available in three sizes - 0.5 Qt, 1.6 Qt and 2.5 Qt
  • Hand wash body
  • Lid disassembles and is dishwasher safe

 

Product Weight/Dimensions

  • 0.5 Qt - 4.25" tall x 4.25" diameter
  • 1.6 Qt - 8.125" tall x 4.25" diameter
  • 2.5 Qt - 12.5" tall x 4.25" diameter
 
Purchase the 3-piece set for one 0.5 Qt, one 1.6 Qt, and one 2.5 Qt!
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Product Name FlipLock Storage Container - OXO (DISCONTINUED)
SKU 2 Part and Kalk Container
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Product Questions

If I am using these for 2 part containers and running them on brs dosing pumps, should I have a vent hole in the top? I have the large containers, and I was thinking that by the time most of the solution is used there might be some kind of vacuum effect going on since they seem to be airtight. Any thoughts?
Question by: Jeremy on Aug 19, 2014, 4:40 AM
Hi Jeremy,

You will definitely need to drill a vent into the lid as the vacuum will begin to form immediately and not allow your dosing pumps to draw liquid from the container. A small hole is all you will need.

I hope this helps!
Have a great day :)
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Aug 19, 2014, 4:40 AM
Anybody ever tried a positive pressure kalk reactor with these? I'm looking for a container I can run like a traditional kalk reactor (i.e., input fed via peristaltic pump and goes through acrylic tube into the bottom of the reactor, output is passively pushed out the top). My plan is to use a chem lab stir plate to mix at low speed. The catch is, I need something water tight to a small amount of pressure because the water level needs to go up a few inches (maybe 12 inches height, additional 4 feet of horizontal travel) to get into the tank so I need a seal that will stand up to a little positive pressure. Any thoughts or experience with a setup like this?
Question by: Dave on Apr 18, 2016, 9:49 PM
Great question!
We have not tried to add too much pressure to the container however it certainly could work well, However a threaded top would be preferred and recommended to deal with the pressure better than a quick release.
Answer by: Connor on Apr 26, 2016, 12:24 PM
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