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Old 11-26-2012, 10:35 PM   #1
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Default can't find beer gas, can you blend Nitrogen and CO2 with 2 separate tanks at home?

want to blend nitrogen and CO2 inline... can it be done? is there a special distributor I can buy?


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Yes there is a gas blending valve. They are expensive. Check out micromatic website


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WOW!!!! You weren't kidding... think I'll drive to Columbus or Pittsburgh! Thanks for the help though.
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Airgas or Matheson/Valley can't help you? What size are you looking for?
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WOW!!!! You weren't kidding... think I'll drive to Columbus or Pittsburgh! Thanks for the help though.
Yeah, it's like $700. It wouldn't hurt to check eBay sometimes people sell stuff like that Cheap that have no idea what it costs.
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Airgas or Matheson/Valley can't help you? What size are you looking for?
My local Airgas said I could rent one of their large tanks for $250/yr and pay for the blended gas.... ummmm... NO. They were less than helpful.


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