Beverage gas typically used for dispensing beer
CO2 / N2
All beers have an as brewed CO₂ content, quoted in volumes or grams per litre. This level is selected by the brewer and has an effect on taste and appearance. The correct gas mix will keep the balance of the beer. The CO₂ part of the mix will help maintain the as brewed volumes and the nitrogen part of the mix will help provide the pressure necessary to dispense it.
Coregas Food Grade gases satisfy the highest quality standards and meet legal provisions on food as per Australian Food Code Standard.
Moisture ≤ 67 ppm
Total hydrocarbons ≤ 100 ppm
Carbon monoxide ≤ 5 ppm
Oil ≤ 1 mg/kg
Sulphur ≤ 1 ppm
NO/NO2 ≤ 2 ppm
UN number: 1956Download safety data sheet
|Size||Product code||Volume / m³||Weight (full) / kg||Pressure / kpa||Outlet connection||Availability|
|G||246144||5.0||7,000||Type 30||NZ wide|
|AppearanceColourless gas||OdourOdourless||FlammabilityNon flammable|