Nitrogen Gas Delivery

Nitrogen Gas Cylinder Delivery in Sydney When you own one of our Nitrogen gas bottles or a Speedgas Nitrogen gas cylinder, you can stop paying rent immediately. If we give you a refill price, there is no more to pay, there are no other costs. We cannot refill BOC, ALA, Supagas or Coregas cylinders. We cannot refill BOC, ALA, Supagas or Coregas cylinders. Our customer base is growing very quickly and the two main reasons for this are that we keep things simple (for example, no invoicing issues), and also because we are saving our customers money. We ask you to think about how long you have had a cylinder sitting in the workshop, garage, factory, shed or office? If the answer is a long time (more than a few years) to that question, then you should send the bottle back to your supplier and buy a bottle of your own. Information provided from customers who have purchased their own bottle (that comes with no rent and no delivery), is that after about 12-14 months they have saved money. Their rental costs vary between $10-$25 per month which is $120-$300 - just for rental. So once you add in the gas cost on top of that rental, you are normally in front after 1 year. The next key question is how often you refill that Nitrogen bottle? If your answer is not very often (let's say a few times per year) then you should definitely review your refill costs and give us a call. We will match the big guy's price, and do a deal to get you saving money today. There are no tricks or hidden costs with Rentfreegas and Speedgas, we are a small and nimble AUSTRALIAN business that wants to talk to you and help you with great service, and also help you lower your nitrogen costs. If you would like more information about rent free gas bottles or how to lower industrial gas costs in your business, feel [...]

What nitrogen gas bottle size do you need?

The rule of thumb when determining nitrogen gas bottle sizes is to buy the biggest bottle you can handle to limit the amount of refills you will need. There is now greater availability on the market for customers to choose the nitrogen gas bottle sizes they require, compared to when suppliers only offered the traditional D and G sizes. However, this increase in variety has made it confusing for some customers who do not know which nitrogen gas bottle sizes they require to ensure they can complete their jobs. Below we outline some things to consider to help you determine whether our C, D, E or G size nitrogen cylinders are best for you. How much volume do you require for your nitrogen gas bottle? The smallest nitrogen cylinder we stock here at Rent Free Gas is C, followed by D, E, and G as the largest. In comparison, a D cylinder has a volume of 1.7m3 and a weight of 20kg, whereas a G cylinder has a volume of 8.7m3 and a weight of 80kg. So if you can work out your flow mate required, or if you know the volume & pressure required of the tyre you would like to fill, the volumes of each cylinder above should help you. Shelf-life of nitrogen Since nitrogen is a non-reactive gas mixture and is usually filled in steel cylinders, your nitrogen gas bottle should, generally, have a shelf life of at least three years. This should be taken into consideration when deciding how much volume you actually require and which nitrogen gas bottle sizes you need. Do you need to move the cylinders? This is an important safety consideration as large nitrogen gas bottle sizes are difficult to handle and transport, weighing up to 80kg. If you need to travel from location to location to complete welding works, then it is important you have nitrogen gas bottle sizes that can be easily moved and will [...]

Use a nitrogen gas supply for your car’s tyres

Nitrogen. We've all heard of it, but did you know car enthusiasts use it every single day? Let's run through a nitrogen gas supply Q&A session regarding a use for this handy gas that you may never have even thought about: pumping up your car tyres.   Q: Nitrogen gas supply for car tyres is really a thing? A: Yes! Although most common in high performance tyres, such as aircraft and racing cars, many people use a nitrogen gas supply to inflate their road car tyres.   Q: Is nitrogen gas supply for my car even safe? A: Yes! Nitrogen is quite a safe gas as it is inert – in fact, it's one of the most commonly used chemicals in the world and makes up 78% of the earth's breathable atmosphere.   Q: That's right: didn't I hear that nitrogen gas supply is used with food? A: Correct. Nitrogen gas supply is used for packaging and storing food and other things like coffee.   Q: But why would I use nitrogen gas supply for my car's tyres? A: Although it is often used in racing cars and aircraft for running temperature reasons, a big benefit in everyday use is that it will keep the inflation of your tyres more consistent. So you need to check them less often!   Q: But I've heard that tyres inflated by nitrogen should be at a different pressure to what is ordinarily recommended for my car. Is that right? A: No – whether or not you use a nitrogen gas supply to inflate your tyres, stick with those normal recommendations. But what you will notice is that your tyres stay at that inflation level for longer.   Q: I've heard that I need to dilute the nitrogen gas supply with air – is this right? A: That's not right. The whole point of using nitrogen is that you get the full benefits of a nitrogen gas supply without all the other elements of normal 'air'.   Q: But [...]