Well I put these all onto a google map when they first came out and I update it when I change the post so the info is all there. I'm not sure that putting everything on one map is a good idea. For a start the more cluttered the map the more difficult it is to find what you're looking for. What we want ideally is a layers system where we can merge the maps you want to see, but also be able to switch off the 'noise'.SteveUK said:It might be worth adding these entries to the UKAPS google map I started (see signature), and we've been collectively adding members and now LFS's too. We could add CO2 refills to it maybe?
If I get time this weekend I'll look into it
freelanderuk said:Hi all , i am new here and just thought i would share this with you all ,
just had my 2kg co2 bottle filled at
Lindum Fire Services LTD,
unit 7 Newporte Business Park,
tel 01522 540519
Ask for Tom To arrange filling , will fill for you there and then if the opperator is there if not drop of and pick up next day
2KG bottle filled Â£3
Okey doke, I've updated it to say he wont accept FEsSamurai303 said:Just wanted to say that I went there today after reading here that they refilled, only to be told that they wouldn't touch my extinguisher with a 20' pole. Spoke to Tom and he said that it had no service label or horn & when I mentioned what I use it for he refused point blank to do anything. He said that it would cost over £20 to refill anyway.
Added thanks and sorry for the delaymorefirejules08 said:After much searching i have found a place which seems reasonable on price regarding refills in my area. Cambridge beers in burwell. initial cost of a 5kg cylinder is £45 which includes a £15 deposit, when you return for your first refill you get the £15 back and refills are £23 for 5kg!
I have had a FE filled before with the company Sunglint Hemel Hempstead.It was a few years back so they may have changed their policy by now.idris said:They're a drinks company so it's food grade CO2, not FE or welding mix.