Handy chart for cylinder fittings.

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Garfield43

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I came across this.
It has helped me out so I thought I would pass it on.
It seems all most homebrewers will need to know from this chart is CO2 tanks have CGA 320 fittings while Nitrogen/ Nitrogen & Nitrogen and CO2 mix tanks (Beer Gas) usually have CGA 580 fittings. Who is to say that Hydrogen infused Hindenbrau wont be the next big thing so it might be handy to know what fittings are used on other gasses.

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I haven't thought of a name for it but I have the slogan for the beer that is carbed with Phosgene. "After you try our beer, you will never drink a better beer." That's becase you will be dead.
 

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Get the 350 fitting. Just look at all the cool gases you can hook up for beer gas. Carbon monoxide, ethane, arsine, phosphine, deuterium (heavy water beer, anyone?).

Disclaimer: The above comment is intended for entertainment purposes only. Kids, don't try this at home (or anywhere).
 

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