Here's How You Can Order CO2 Tanks With Us

What to look for when ordering CO2 tanks
What CO2 tank should I look for? (Image by via Unsplash)

CO2 is surprisingly versatile with its presence in multiple industries. It’s seen its place in movie studios, music festivals, nightclubs, restaurants, research facilities, and the medical field. Our team consists of many entertainment experts, most of whom know of the multiple ways to use our CO2 tanks in tandem with different types of equipment in the industry. They’ve helped multiple people with questions regarding recommendations on what types of gas cylinders they should use for their special event. The questions we get are usually in regards to the type of gas cylinder they should get, its weight or size, the right amount, and even how long it should be used for.

In this post, we’ll help you get a good idea of the different aspects of a CO2 cylinder you’d want to pay attention to while deciding which one you’d want to rent. There are countless specific questions that might be necessary to consider, but this post will minimize the confusion by discussing the basic ones instead. The rest may just come to you as you learn more. At the same time, we’ll mention how this advice will help you order CO2 tanks with us.

Looking for the Proper Grades

A grade dictates the purpose of a gas cylinder. The grade will typically indicate the application, or what purpose the gas tank can serve. The four most common grade types are…

  • Medical

  • Research

  • Industrial

  • Food

Our CO2 services are mostly focused on the entertainment and event industries. On occasion, we’ll make CO2 deliveries to help restaurants and cafes. Therefore, we only carry industrial-grade and food-grade cylinders. As for medical-grade and research-grade cylinders, we are not involved in research or medical industries, therefore, we won’t have any for rent. We will sometimes pass on a fun fact mentioning how gases are used in industries outside of the ones we’re involved in, but you wouldn’t get actual research-grade or medical grade CO2, helium, propane, nitrogen, or dry ice