Sorry! Due to lack of supply we will no longer be doing co2 fills or exchanges.
Kegerator CO2 Fills, CO2 Keg Exchanges Tank Information on Hydro Testing and Filling
Kegerator CO2 Fills and Kegerator Exchanges are our most common CO2
How much to fill a Kegerator Tank?
5lb Kegerator CO2 Fills or Exchange
This is the most popular Kegerator CO2 Tank Size
While some Kegerator CO2 bottles are only 2.5 lb tanks, and some use 10 lb tanks, the 5lb Kegerator CO2 tank is the most popular size. Depending on the regulator settings, temperature, etc, a 5lb Kegerator CO2 Bottle will normally be able to pump between 2 and 4 Kegs of beer.
We know that some people have shiny new tanks for their keg systems, and they don’t want to give that up and exchange for a nasty looking steel tank, or a 10 year old beat up one… That’s why we fill for you instead of just exchanges.
Kegerator CO2 Fills
You ready for your party?
Kegerators use CO2 to pump the beer because it won’t affect the taste, and just adds to the bubbles! Kegerator tanks vary in size, and obviously the larger… the longer you will have between refills. Common Kegerator sizes are 2.5 lb, 5lb, 10lb.
Stop on by to get your Kegerator CO2 tanks filled.
Regulator for CO2 Tanks
Two Gauge CO2 Regulator
How Much CO2 do you need?
This chart should help.
|2-1/2 lb Cylinder||5 lb Cylinder||10 lb Cylinder||15 lb Cylinder||20 lb Cylinder|
|Home Brew (5.00 Gallon)||7-11||15-22||31-44||46-66||62-87|
|Sixth Barrel (5.23 Gallon)||7-11||14-21||29-42||44-63||59-83|
|Quarter Barrel (7.75 Gallon)||5-7||10-14||20-28||30-42||40-56|
|Half Barrel (15.50 Gallon)||2-4||5-7||10-14||15-21||20-28|
Or another way of thinking about it, if you don’t have any leaks or problems, a pound of CO2 should get you about 150 glasses of beer.