Cheap CO2 Supplier

Discussion in 'Carbon Dioxide (CO2)' started by aaronnorth, 10 Jul 2008.

  1. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    On PFK, a member posted this:

    Thanks to, Christian French
     
  2. Aeropars

    Aeropars Member

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    Actually, you can get cheaper but thats not the point :)

    I dont get it? Is it a refill service or does he sell 3kg bottles?
     
  3. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Administrator Staff Member

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    Didn't make much sense to me either!!! If its a refill service how does it work to the whole of the UK? and never seen 3.15Kg bottles!
     
  4. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    TBH...I dont know either! :lol:

    I'll ask him,. i thought the same whenn i saw 3.15 :?
     
  5. Wolfenrook

    Wolfenrook Member

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    They're beverage CO2 bottles, and they are £12 for the gas plus £10 refundable deposit on the bottle, with no bottle rental fees.

    Ade
     
  6. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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  7. Wolfenrook

    Wolfenrook Member

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    I was actually look at this page https://www.adamsgas.co.uk/stat_dis_pri ... rl=pricing where the 6.35kg bottles are actually cheaper than the 3.15kg ones. lol. I looked at that site before I bought any CO2 kit though and decided to just use CO2 Fire Extinguishers, less problematic.

    Ade
     
  8. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    It's a bit confusing isnt it!
     
  9. Wolfenrook

    Wolfenrook Member

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    A bit, plus there is a chance that those beverage bottles have a fill pressure higher than 60 bars, putting unneeded pressure on expensive regulators.

    Ade
     
  10. Dale

    Dale Newly Registered

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    the pressure in a co2 bottle is always the same the liquidfied co2 makes its own pressure *744psi), only tempreiture effects the pressure hence the safety valve operating at around 1000psi when the bottle gets too warm.
     

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