If you are located in Glasgow, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire or Fife, Albion Gases are your local Mixed Gas and Co2 suppliers. Our team have years of experience supplying mixed gas and Co2 cylinders (cellar gases) to businesses and venues in Scotland who look for: high quality, brand-new cylinders; affordable prices; reliable delivery service; and excellent customer care.
The Albion team are proud to work WITH our customers, who rely on us to supply mixed gas and Co2 on a regular basis. These close, trusting working relationships, and the personable service that accompany them, are what set Albion Gases apart from others. We supply mixed gas and Co2 to a whole host of different sectors in Glasgow, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire & Fife.
If you have any mixed gas or beverage gas supply queries, or are ready to learn of the benefits of our Co2, 30/70 or 60/40 gas cylinders, simply reach out and we will be happy to assist. Our milk run deliveries are the ideal way to maintain a continious and uninterupted supply of gas to your venue.
Mixed Gas is a blend of CO2 and Nitrogen. These gases are used to dispense beer, lager, and cider. The blend of gas depends on the product being dispensed:
30/70, or 70/30 as it is sometimes known, is used for the dispense of “smooth” products such as beers and stouts. The high nitrogen content gives the product a smooth texture.
Each mixed gas cylinder will have a green sticker label outside of the valve guard / handle denoting 30/70 and will have a green cap inside the valve. The cylinder itself will be grey with a green shoulder and ‘Albion Gas’ along the body. Green has been used for easy product recognition in the cellar, 30/70 will run any product with a green pipe going to the keg. Green Label to Green Pipe.
60/40 is usually used to dispense lagers and ciders. The higher CO2 Content gives the product its “Fizz”.
Each cylinder will have a white sticker label outside of the valve guard / handle denoting 60/40 and will have a white cap inside the valve. The cylinder itself will be grey with a green shoulder and ‘Albion Gas’ along the body.
White, in the same way that green is used for 30/70 has been used for easy product recognition in the cellar. 60/40 will run any product in the cellar with a white pipe going to the keg. White Label to White Pipe.
A Mixed Gas valve is a female fitting and can easily be confused with other mixed gas cylinders. Always ensure you’re connecting the correct cylinder with the correct product line.