Q: What is the weight of the carbon dioxide gas in the cylinder? How much sparkling water can be made?
Our sparkling water machine cylinder contains 425g carbon dioxide (CO2) in total, which can produce about 60 liters of sparkling water. For example, taking a drinkmate 1L pressure-resistant water bottle to estimate, about 60 bottles of sparkling drinks can be made. However, it should be based on the user's habits. If you like thick bubble water, the gas consumption rate in the cylinder will be faster if you press more times each time.
Q: Is there a danger of explosion of the bubble water machine cylinder?
The drinkmate bubble water machine cylinder passes through the United States Department of Transportation,
Referred to as DOT certification and Canadian TC certification. The cylinders and valves are all made in Taiwan. During the manufacturing process, each cylinder must undergo rigorous factory testing.
The valve is equipped with high-precision pressure relief rupture disks from the United States to ensure the quality and safety of the high-pressure gas cylinders. The carbon dioxide is an edible gas.
Has passed the professional certification of SGS.
Q: What should I do if the bubble water machine is out of air?
There may be the following situations when the bubble water machine is out of air:
1. There is no response when pressing the pump button.
2. Only a small amount of gas is ejected from the nozzle.
3. Press the pump button, the pump will not automatically pop up.
4. Continue to press the pump button repeatedly, there is no full sound of the bubble machine.
Q: How long can the sparkling water machine cylinder be used?
The shelf life of carbon dioxide gas is 5 years, and the shelf life of the American DOT standard bubble water machine cylinder is also 5 years.
If your bubble water machine cylinder is within the service life, the appearance is normal and can be refilled,
Store at room temperature without direct sunlight and will not leak air. (If you want to check whether the cylinder is leaking, you can put the valve upside down in the water. If there is no bubble, there is no leak)