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DiscusZ
03-01-2017, 03:15 PM
Where do you get your refill of CO2 Best place Price and turn around time, some are 3 day turn around.


I have a 10lbs bottle.

Thanks

sphelps
03-01-2017, 05:11 PM
Oxy pro does a straight exchange, bring in an empty and they'll give you another bottle full. Cost a bit more but you never have to worry about inspections or re-certifying the bottles and there's no waiting.

There's also a few places that offer a rush charge of $10 to fill a bottle within a few hours, I believe Innovative Fire and Safety does this. Another option is to try The Vineyard which is a home brewing supply store which can fill C02 tanks but I have no idea what turn around they offer.

3+ day turn around is pretty typical, they usually want to fill multiple bottles at a time rather than just one.

Delphinus
03-01-2017, 06:11 PM
I use Innovative Fire & Safety to refill my bottles. The store used to be something else (forget the name now) but that's who I used before, too.

I think they told me it would be a few days last time, and it was only 1 or 2 in the end.

But usually that's pretty typical, expect it to take a few days unless you're good with an exchange program. Last time I looked into that though I seem to recall it wasn't really a good option cost-wise. So I choose to wait for a fill... I find my tank usually does OK enough with the reactor CO2 offline for a few days. Can always adjust with 2 part if levels get too far away..

Ace Storman
03-01-2017, 06:33 PM
The Vineyard in Calgary...6025-center street south, 403 258-1580

a bit of info from there website...


5LB CO2 CYLINDER NEW AND FULL

$149.95

We sell them full and can refill on site. Tanks purchased from us can be exchanged for the cost of the fill plus $5.00. As the tanks are prefilled they can not be shipped.

Default
03-02-2017, 01:17 AM
Air liquide should fill them on site as long as the hydro test is current. I used to get my nitrogen filled there when I lived in calgary.

DiscusZ
03-04-2017, 06:32 PM
That is who called me back abnd said pickup isafter 3 days or pay $15 extra and get it within 20 mins


I use Innovative Fire & Safety to refill my bottles. The store used to be something else (forget the name now) but that's who I used before, too.

I think they told me it would be a few days last time, and it was only 1 or 2 in the end.

But usually that's pretty typical, expect it to take a few days unless you're good with an exchange program. Last time I looked into that though I seem to recall it wasn't really a good option cost-wise. So I choose to wait for a fill... I find my tank usually does OK enough with the reactor CO2 offline for a few days. Can always adjust with 2 part if levels get too far away..

DiscusZ
03-04-2017, 06:33 PM
What is the cost?

Oxy pro does a straight exchange, bring in an empty and they'll give you another bottle full. Cost a bit more but you never have to worry about inspections or re-certifying the bottles and there's no waiting.

There's also a few places that offer a rush charge of $10 to fill a bottle within a few hours, I believe Innovative Fire and Safety does this. Another option is to try The Vineyard which is a home brewing supply store which can fill C02 tanks but I have no idea what turn around they offer.

3+ day turn around is pretty typical, they usually want to fill multiple bottles at a time rather than just one.