That would be perfect Alan! And $9.95, what a bargain. They are unfortunately out of stock. I've been thinking about moving away from getting five gallons of the Maxim's #50 quenchant (Parks 50 from what I understand) and want a container large enough to completely submerge blades (and the ends of my tongs if I allowed them to get hot too) to prevent flare ups.
In my mind this is the other component of this thread when considering quenching containers. From everything I have researched, the properties of commercial quenchants (the properties you are paying big bucks for, they are fast initially to get past the nose and then slow cooling as the temperature drops) will degrade if they are allowed to burn which is why complete submersion in them is optimal. I understand they will last for many years if kept free of contaminants and not allowed to flash/burn. Hence the bigger container.
If using simple veggie oils or canola probably not as important though bigger may better, but since these oils begin degrading with every use after the first one you'll be replacing them fairly frequently anyway. Might be better to use a smaller container and buy new oil frequently?
In any case I definitely need to upgrade my set up, one is a large stock pot for canola oil that I built an immersion heater for and the other is a large turkey fryer I used with peanut oil for marquenching experiments. I have been trying to get my shop cleaned out and set up again and I have many gallons of very old nasty oil I need to dispose of, lol.