CO2 Cylinder 10 lbs. - Empty

$119.99

SKU# K006

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A great upgrade for homebrew draft systems. This tank can fit inside larger commercial and homemade kegerators or keezers. A 10 lb. tank should be able to force-carbonate and serve fifteen to twenty 5 Gallons kegs of homebrew.

Aluminum with a tare weight of 14.4 lbs. Measures 6.9" in diameter and 20.25" tall.
Shipped empty.

Looking for a complete system? See our Draft Brewer keg systems.

Requires a CO2 Regulator.

Total:
$119.99

Availability: In stock

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A great upgraded tank size for homebrew draft systems and the perfect match for our Draft Brewer keg systems.

Aluminum with a tare weight of 14.4 lbs. Measures 6.9" in diameter and 20.25" tall. Shipped empty.

When you're ready, expand your system with a gas distributor.

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Quick and efficient
This tank is easy to set up, easy to fill, and easy to use. Once the regulator and gas lines are attached it's good to go. It's the perfect size for the two keg system I have set up. It also fits well in my keezer with the regulator attached.
July 12, 2013
Perfect size
This was a gift for our son and said it was the perfect size for 2 kegs. Good price too.
January 15, 2014
have not used it but
have not used it but excite about Dry Irish Stout kits
July 26, 2016
Multiple kegs
Bigger is better. Bought a N.B system that included a 5 lb. Co2 cylinder. When I added a third keg to my system I wanted to reduce the trips getting it filled. The cylinder is nice and workes as advertised. Be sure to check your system for leaks.
June 6, 2016
CO2 Tank
Tank came as advertised and in study packaging so it didn't get banged around during shipping. Very happy with the tank so far.
May 24, 2016
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Do these have a certified time limit on them usually 10-12 years)? Steel tanks do, some aluminum may not.
B R on Apr 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The CO2 tanks should have an inspection sticker or stamp with date of hydrotesting on them; they need to be re-tested every so many years. Before filling, the company filling the tank will check this, and cannot fill tanks that need testing before that is done. This is a good reason to swap out tanks instead of having yours refilled over and over, then you will always have an inspected CO2 tank. -Mike W, Northern Brewer

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