Know exactly how many balloons can be filled with different helium cylinders each and every time with this quick and easy guide from Zephyr!
Whether you’re an expert retailer, a professional buyer, or a parent planning for a party, the sheer number of options for helium cylinders and balloons can quickly get confusing if you don’t have a calculator and pen next to you.
Helium cylinders come in many different sizes, ranging from the smaller private use tanks for homes and parties, to the commercial grade behemoths typically found in retail stores.
Once you’ve become familiar with your various helium cylinders sizes, then you have to decide which size helium balloons you’ll be filling.
Different size balloons require different amounts of helium, so the number of balloons you can fill is not just dependent on the size of the helium cylinders, but on the size of the balloons as well.
Parents – how many balloons can you fill for your party with an 8cf helium tank?
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Whether you’re mom or manager, you want the most for your money! So, we created a handy reference guide for everyone!
The following chart breaks down nearly a dozen different sizes of helium cylinders. For each size tank, we tell you how many balloons you can fill for each size of balloon, from 9-inch latex to 18-inch foil/mylar balloons.
Also provided is the volume of helium that should be used for each size and type of balloon, all the way up to massive 40-inch latex balloons.
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Please note: This is a general guide that illustrates the approximate number of balloons you can fill based on helium cylinder sizes under optimum conditions. The actual number of balloons filled may be slightly more or slightly less depending on usage.