Carbonic Gas CO2 Industrial & Restaurant
CO2 & Nitrogen for beverage dispensing and Helium for balloons
Dubuque Fire Equipment, Inc., offers delivery of 5#, 10#, 15#, 20#, 50# & 75# CARBONIC GAS (CO2), small & large NITROGEN, small & large BEER MIX (Alley Gas) cylinder refills for your restaurant/tavern beverage dispensing units. Our service technician will place your business on their route within our delivery area and deliver your carbonic gas to you on an established usage basis. We also offer small (about 40-60 balloons depending on size) and large (about 80-100 balloons depending on size) HELIUM cylinders for your floral business or party needs. Please call us for more details.
CO2 / Carbonic Gas
Carbon dioxide is inert, colorless, odorless and tasteless. In can be easily and safely liquefied, solidified, handled, and stored. In its liquid form, is readily interacts with water to form carbonic acid, or carbonated water, the beginning point for the worldwide beverage industry. In solid form it has a refrigeration value of 246 BTUs per pound - providing twice the cooling capacity of wet ice. It can also be utilized as a gas, where it is commonly used in welding applications.
1) " Co2" -- In the context of Co2 Cylinders
Name Carbon dioxide Chemical Formula C O 2 Appearance Colourless gas
Formula weight 44.0 amu Melting point Liquifies under high pressure at 216 K Boiling point sublimes at 195 K Density 1.6 10 3 kg / m 3 (solid)
1.98 kg/m 3 (gas at 298 K)
Solubility 0.145 g in 100g water
Ingestion May cause nausea, vomiting, GI hemorrhage. Inhalation Asphyxiant (suffocating), causes hyperventilation. Repeatedexposure dangerous. Skin Dry ice may cause frostbite. Eyes Can be dangerous. More info Hazardous Chemical Database ( http: ull.chemistry.uakron.edu/erd/chemicals1/21/20554.html )
SI units were used where possible. Unless otherwise stated, standard conditions wereused.
Disclaimer and references
Carbon dioxide is an atmospheric gas composed of one carbon and two oxygen atoms. One of the best known of chemical compounds, it is frequently called by its formula:
CO 2 (pronunciation: "see oh two")
Carbon dioxide results from the combustion of organic matter if sufficient amounts of oxygen are present. It is alsoproduced by various microorganisms from fermentation and cellularrespiration. Plants utilize carbon dioxide during photosynthesis, using both the carbon and the oxygen to construct carbohydrates. In addition, plants also release oxygen to the atmosphere which is subsequently used forrespiration by heterotrophic organisms, forming a cycle. It is present inthe Earth's atmosphere at a low concentration and acts as a greenhouse gas. It is a major component of the carbon cycle.
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