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Cylinders



What is your policy on renting helium cylinders?
How many balloons can you fill on the various size cylinders?
What is the safest way to store my propane cylinder?
How do I dispose of my propane cylinder?
How do I go about exchanging or refilling my cylinder(s)?
How do I identify cylinder sizes?


  • What is your policy on renting helium cylinders?
    Small cylinders require a $50.00 deposit plus the cost of the gas. Larger cylinders require $100.00 deposit plus the cost of the gas. There is a cylinder rental charge of $.23 per day and an environmental fee of $2.00.


  • How many balloons can you fill on the various size cylinders?
    The 56-cubic-foot cylinder fills approximately 200 - 9" balloons. The large cylinder fills about 600 - 9" balloons.


  • What is the safest way to store my propane cylinder?
    Propane cylinders should be stored in an area that is open to free air flow and out of direct mid-day sun. If the cylinder is stored in an outside building where it is not visible, a sign should mark the location as containing flammable gas.


  • How do I dispose of my propane cylinder?
    Airgas Gaspro can dispose of old propane cylinders for $26.25.


  • How do I go about exchanging or refilling my cylinder(s)?
    Just call us or visit any Airgas Gaspro location. We produce many different types of gases at Airgas Gaspro. We produce, Oxygen, Nitrogen and Carbon Dioxide. From the Carbon Dioxide, we produce Dry Ice.


  • How do I identify cylinder sizes?
    A cylinder chart will be available shortly. 



     



     




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