100oz #10 Food Can & Regular Lid (603×700)
Typically sold in packs of 10/Box.
Can dimensions: 603 x 700 (6-3/16″ Dia. x 7″ High)
#10 Cans are a popular choice as a practical form of food storage. Since #10 Cans are larger than the average can, they are easier to organize and store. Ultimately, these 100oz, #10 cans are considered as the best and most durable for bulk, long-term, and rodent resistant, storage of supplies. Empty food tin can for canning and long term storage are available from this store.
The uses for food supply storage are almost endless with the 100 ounce #10 can:
Any ingredients that you frequently use in cooking.
Foods that have multiple uses, such as baking soda.
Freeze-dried entrees that you enjoy eating, and you’re certain won’t go to waste once opened.
Versatile grains, such as rice, wheat, and oats. Any dry goods bought in bulk and re-packaged for long term storage.
#10, 100oz Food Cans continue to establish their great versatility beyond the regular bulk food storage as they are frequently used in a number of common industrial applications as well.
Can Dimension Conversion Chart***
In order to help you understand the various sizes of cans, the following chart is a comparison of the food cans that we carry. It lays out the naming convention of the can, dimensions, capacity, and type of can, and the size of chuck required on your can sealer;
Approx. Capacity **
|2oz Dry Herb Can||2-11/16″ Dia. x 1-1/16″ High||2oz||Steel, Straight smooth sides||211|
|4oz Tuna Can||3-1/16″ Dia. x 1-6/16″ High||4oz||Steel, Straight smooth sides||301|
|6oz Salmon Can||3-7/16″ Dia. x 1-11/16″ High||6oz||Steel, Straight, smooth sides||307|
|8oz Tapered Salmon Can||3-7/16″ Dia. x 2″ High||8oz||Steel, Tapered, smooth sides||307|
|#1 Can||2-11/16″ Dia. x 4″ High||10oz||Steel, Straight, beaded sides||211|
|#2 Short Can||3-7/16″ Dia. x 3-1/2″ High||13oz||Steel, Straight, beaded sides||307|
|300 Can||3″ Dia. x 4-7/16″ High||14oz||Steel, Straight, beaded sides||300|
|16oz Tapered Salmon Can||3-1/16″ Dia. x 4-8/16″ High||16oz||Steel, Tapered, smooth sides||301|
|#2 Can||3-7/16″ Dia. x 4-9/16″ High||19oz||Steel, Straight, beaded sides||307|
|#2 1/2 Can||4-1/16″ Dia. x 4-11/16″High||28oz||Steel, Straight, beaded sides||401|
|#3 Tall Can||4-4/16″ Dia. x 7″ High||48oz||Steel, Straight, beaded sides||404|
|#10 Can||6-3/16″ Dia. x 7″ High||100oz||Steel, Straight, beaded sides||603|
Metal Tin Can Dimensions
Understanding metal tin can dimensions is easy if you know how to interpret the numbers. Here is a guide to help you.
- In North America, numbers are usually stated in inches and in 16th of an inch.
- By way of convention, the diameter of the can is always mentioned first.
- The most basic can size description lists only two dimensions: diameter x height.
- Each number is a three digit number which is broken down into the following components:
(a) The first digit represents inches.
(b) The second and third digits represent a 16th of an inch.
An Example – Putting it all together
A can with the dimensions 307 x 409 means that the can is 3 inches and 7/16th of an inch wide (across its diameter); and it is 4 inches and 9/16th of an inch high. So using the cart above, this can in our example is a #2, 19oz, can.
Looking for more metal tin can options?
For an overview of other cans we have on offer, please review the product descriptions listed for each can under our Metal Food Cans section.
Need a Manual Can Sealer or an Electric Canning Machine?
For an overview of the canning machines we have on offer, please review the product descriptions listed for each machine under our Manual Can Sealers and Electric Canning Machines section.
*** Chart is for easy reference purposes only. Exact can capacities may vary slightly.
** Sizes are descriptive for comparison purposes. Please ensure that the product is suitable for your intended purpose.