QUALITY CELLAR GAS
The Co2 gas company provides a full range of high purity gas grades bottled at our own gas plant. The food grade carbon dioxide (Co2) and nitrogen (N2) we supply all conform with EC food grade regulations.
AT COMPETITIVE PRICES
We were first to introduce the ‘no rental on cylinders’ policy, now adopted industry-wide, and competitive pricing is still a priority for us. Without compromising our products and services high standards.
Our weekly service in London and the South East ensures our customers always have sufficient gas, and it's backed up by an emergency next day service. Our driver will always leave your cellar tidy and safe.
The CO2 Gas Company provides a full range of cellar gas and all our cylinders are regularly maintained to British industry standards. Our 10l mixed gas cylinders operate at the maximum pressures used in the industry today, meaning a cool, frothy pint with a creamy head every time.
We supply and install a range of gas regulators for maintaining carbonation and pressure in the dispense of draft beer and postmix drinks. As part of our service, our team of technicians will survey your cellar and advise on the best solutions.
CO2 blenders are regulated to industry standards of 30% and 60%. Our compact wall mounted panels can easily be installed in the pub cellar creating ideal beer dispensing conditions.
Further benefits include:
- Fewer gas cylinders are needed, freeing up cellar space
- Accurate gas mixture ensures an excellent beer quality
- Simple and easy training for staff
- Reduced handling saves time and improves safety.
Our wide range of beverage dispensing systems includes supplying and installing the latest and best industry equipment. Meanwhile, our sister company CO2 Drinks is a provider of high quality drinks syrups.
Our specialists are able to survey and assess your requirements for equipment update.
- Regular, punctual deliveries
- Efficient and proactive cellar management
- Experienced, helpful drivers
- Next day emergency deliveries on request
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