Sydney Prices for CO2 Pub Gas including delivery.
Our recent announcement regarding delivery of CO2 for pubs and clubs seeking to reduce their overheads by owning their own beer gas and post mix cylinders was met with great excitement and many questions were raised in regards to pub gases and food grade gas systems.
First and foremost is how much does it cost? The table below shows delivered prices in Sydney for both first purchase which includes a cylinder to keep forever and the refill swap price which is just a swap over of your empty bottle for a full one.
|Beer / Pub Gas Prices (Delivered in Sydney)|
|Bottle Capacity||New Full Bottle||Refill Swap|
|C – 1.8kg||$200+GST||$64+GST|
|D – 6kg||$290+GST||$78+GST|
|F – 22kg||$325+GST||$87+GST|
|G – 30kg||$400+GST||$110+GST|
How does it work?
This system works by you owning your own bottles and stopping the rental costs. So you need to purchase a bottle (cylinder) from us or Speedgas, as are not permitted to fill the big gas companies gas cylinders (like BOC, ALA, Linde, Supagas). After you purchase a bottle it is delivered to you full of gas, and then when it is empty we come out to collect it, and exchange it for a full bottle. This swap system works well for cafes and smaller pubs in the inner city of Sydney, that may have limited access, less room for storage, or need specific delivery times.
What if I already have a Cellamix bottle? That’s great, you already have most of what is required, just get rid of the cellamix bottle and purchase one of our gas cylinders. You can start saving almost immediately and gee do the savings start to add up fast. Our gas bottles are rent free because you own them outright so unlike the Cellamix bottles that keep you paying monthly rental, our system saves you the monthly rental.
Isn’t Cellamix a special food grade pub gas? No, Cellamix is just a name for a gas mixture used for post mix, bar gas, pub gas, beer gas, home brewers gas etc, basically it is just a beverage gas used in the hospitality industry. The types of Cellamix are designated by a number indicating the type of gas and mix in it and all of the gases used are food grade in any case as the there isn’t such a thing as non-food grade CO2 or Nitrogen.
|What is Cellamix Gas?|
|Numeric Identifier||CO2 / Carbon Dioxide||N / Nitrogen|
What are the other CO2 gas suppliers? The other Sydney suppliers include Supagas, Air Liquid and BOC (Linde). Supagas have similar mixes and they use the name “Supamix” so their products are called Supamix 30, Supamix 40, Supamix 55 and Supamix 70. Whereas Air Liquide use the name “Aligal” with numbers to identify their hospitality gas mixtures. Aligal 13 is for stout beers, so should be 70% N2 and 30% CO2, Aligal 14 is like Cellamix 40, Aligal 15 is equivalent to Cellamix 55 and Aligal 17 equivalent to cellamix 75.
If you are based in Sydney and would like any further information please feel free to call us, 0404 677 187.