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SIZE
PRICE
POA
Specification
Dimension C SIZE D SIZE E SIZE F SIZE G SIZE
Volume 0.5m3 1.6m3 4.0m3 - 8.0m3
Height Approx 54cm 75cm 105cm - 163cm
Diameter 11cm 17cm 21cm - 25cm
Weight 5.5kg 19kg 37kg - 80kg
Gas Pressure 16,500kPa/2400psi 16,500kPa 16,500kPa - 16,500kPa

Nitrogen Gas has a broad variety of applications and for that reason, is a highly popular product amongst our items available. We stock nitrogen gas cylinders (also known as N2) of many different sizes to suit many different purposes.

We are able to sell cylinders outright. It makes sense for most clients to own their cylinder rather than pay rent! Rent quickly adds up, owning will save you money. No need for deposits and ongoing rental. Re-fills are done with a simple swap. We take your empty and give you a full one in return. When you purchase your cylinder or refill from Argon Xpress your cylinder is always in date.

Owning makes sense, from infrequent users all the way to large commercial clients. If you want Nitrogen at the ready and plan to use your gas longer than a year, you should come out ahead and save ongoing costs! Smart buy and have the tools at the ready.

Different uses of N2 gas cylinders

N2 is used in a spectrum of industries and caters to many different purposes, including:

  • Food preservation – N2 can be used in the purging process of sealing food in containers, cans, bottles and wraps which will ensure maximum life span is achieved by the elimination of oxidisation.
  • Bottling – Modern bottling machines use a combination of N2 gas and carbon dioxide (CO2) to purge wine and beer bottles with inert gas before and after filling. This avoids oxidisation of the liquid.
  • Dispensing beer for pubs and clubs – Nitrogen gas is mixed with CO2 to create ‘beer gas’ and hence ensure correct carbonation in the pressurisation of kegs.
  • Laser cutting – The practice of laser cutting requires nitrogen to be used in conjunction with light beam in order to cut steel and other materials.
  • Motor racing / high performance tyres, air tools and air driven jacks. Nitrogen is used to maintain steady tyre pressures for those who want stable performance across applications.