Nitrogen 2.2L Disposable Bottle / Mini Nitrogen Regulator - Cold Brew

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Nitrogen 2.2L Disposable Bottle / Mini Nitrogen Regulator - Cold Brew Coffee / Stout

**The Nitrogen cylinders and regs are now a different brand than pictured but otherwise the same.

Nitrogen Cylinder Tesuco Brand - Italian Made. Spec Sheet here:

This unit is great if you want to serve a a beer or cold brew coffee you have kegged on nitro.

Holding the same volume of gas as more than 60 of the 16g CO2 bulbs for 2/3 of the price these are a good investment for folks who go through a higher volume of beer or who are force-carbonating home brew but also want to save on space.

 

The same regulator can be switched between either CO2 or N2 bottles allowing you to carbonate an IPA one day and pour a perfect stout the next.

These bottles need a different regulator to the professional mini one that comes as standard with our kits, the required one can be included or not using the options above the Add To Cart button. 

The regulator is a high pressure capable dual gauge one that shows the pressure inside the gas bottle as well as inside the keg. 

The bottles have a valve in them that closes when you disconnect the regulator so you can switch between gases whenever you choose.

The options here are:

 

  • Regulator & Nitrogen Bottle
  • Just Regulator
  • Just Nitrogen Bottle

 

If you would like to buy a keg package that normally includes the mini regulator but swap it for one of these regulators and gas bottles send us an email to info@ikegger.co.nz and we will organise an package for you with the changes made.

CO2: If you would like CO2 cylinders to fit these as well let us know and we will sort some out for you.

Shown above : 4L keg package with Intertap & stout spout, dual gauge reg and nitrogen bottle in place of mini regulator and normal CO2

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  • What is the new brand of nitrogen? And also is it dry nitrogen (no water in the formula)? Thank you

    Hi Louise -
    he Brand is Tesuco - They are Italian made. Min 99.995% pure nitrogen.  I would say yes no water in them. Here is a link : http://www.tesuco.com.au/media/84646/DIS_CY_NI_V03.pdf Thanks - anything else you need let us know. Cheers.

  • Hello. Can this size gas cylinder be transported safely in a car? Thanks!

    Yes for sure - its only the size of a 2L soda bottle. Always good to pack things well when transporting however.

  • Hello I really want to use nitro. On my stout , I have a kegg 10 from WW, and would like to know what do I need to add nitro.👍thanks

    Hi Alex - Thanks for the message - All you would need is the $200 kit above (cylinder and gas) It comes with a gas line and disconenct do you can clip it directally onto your keg for serving.  When not serving you will need to clip your co2 line back on to keep the keg from loosing carbonation.  We can also supply a full size nitrogen reg and re-fillable cylinder but they you would be looking in the $450+ range.  OUr mini kit here is more portable and a good way to try nitro out.   Let me know if we can be of any further help. Cheers. 

  • Hello, I'm currently working on a food product and need to use liquid nitrogen. I have no idea where to look because I'm only after a cylinder to sample how it would work with my product. Any advice on where I can get a relatively small cannister to start with? Many thanks, Katie Allan

    Hi Katie -  Liquid nitrogen is quite different to compressed gas nitrogen.  We only stock the compressed gas type. Normally liquid nitrogen is held in a special cryo container. They are rather pricey too. Give these guys a call and ask them where you can get them filled.  Or maybe rent one from them?
    http://www.cryocontainers.co.nz/ or You could try giving coregas.co.nz a call as they say on their website they deal with liquid gasses.   Or BOC or maybe some pharmaceutical establishments may have smaller amounts. or www.airliquide.com/new-zealand or one of the local universities.. Best of luck!
    Andrew.

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