Plastic Funnels & Jugs

Here at Cleaning Products we have a selection of funnels and measuring jugs. Designed to fit your budget and the many various projects you're working on. Whether you're measuring out cooking oils for use in your latest recipe or topping up the oil in your car, you'll find a product here to help you do just that today. Order your housekeeping essentials today for next day delivery.

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  1. Measuring Jug 1 Litre
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    £1.25 £1.50 Inc. VAT
  2. Plastic Funnel 5"
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    £0.71 £0.85 Inc. VAT
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Plastic Funnels

Browse and shop our online selection of funnels, and measuring jugs to find exactly what you need here today. You'll find a range of plastic funnels, that allow you to top up any kid of liquid whether it is washing liquid or oil. We've also got a range of plastic measuring jugs that meet the needs of various applications with etched increments along the side and sturdy handles for easy pouring too.

Whether you're looking for a single item to help with one job or need to restock in your business, you'll find the right prices and quality solutions right here.

Funnels

A funnel is a tube or pipe that is wide at the top and narrow at the bottom, used for guiding liquid or powder into a small opening.
Funnels are usually made of stainless steel, aluminium, glass, or plastic. The material used in its construction should be sturdy enough to withstand the weight of the substance being transferred, and it should not react with the substance. For this reason, stainless steel or glass are useful in transferring diesel, while plastic funnels are useful in the kitchen. Sometimes disposable paper funnels are used in cases where it would be difficult to adequately clean the funnel afterwards (for example, in adding motor oil into a car). Dropper funnels, also called dropping funnels or tap funnels, have a tap to allow the controlled release of a liquid. A flat funnel,[1] made of polypropylene, utilises living hinges and flexible walls to fold flat.
The term "funnel" may refer to the chimney or smokestack on a steam locomotive and commonly refers to the same on a ship. The term funnel is also applied to other seemingly strange objects like a smoking pipe or a kitchen bin.