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How to inflate balloons with your helium balloon cylinder
How To Inflate Balloons With Your Helium Balloon Cylinder
Step 1:
Step 1: Cutout your preferred size of balloon from the balloon sizer below.
Step 2:
Step 2: Turn the green handle anti-clockwise to open the valve.
Step 3:
Step 3: Slip balloon neck onto black nozzle until neck fits tightly.
Step 4:
Step 4: Press nozzle down gently to slowly inflate the balloon.
Step 5:
Step 5: Fill balloon to desired size. DO NOT OVERFILL YOUR BALLOONS! (We advise using the balloon size guide to inflate your balloons with the correct amount of helium.)
Step 6:
Step 6: After inflating latex balloons, pinch balloon tightly at base of balloon neck and remove from nozzle. For foil balloons, simply remove from nozzle after inflation, as foil balloons are self-sealing.
Step 7:
Step 7: To ensure maximum float time, tie a tight knot in the neck of the latex balloon. Foil balloons do not require a knot.
Step 8:
Step 8: Remember that once you have finished using the cylinder, turn the green handle back clockwise to close the valve, an place back upright in the box, storing it away from children.
Step 9:
Step 9: Attach ribbon of desired length below the knot on latex balloons or the lower neck area of foil balloons.
Helium Charts
Simple Chart
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Small Cylinder
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Large Cylinder
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Balloon Type Number of Fills
Latex 9″Fills 30
Latex 10″Fills 23
Latex 11″Fills 16
Latex 12″Fills 14
18″ Heart FoilFills 14
18″ Star FoilFills 14
18″ Round FoilFills 14
22″ Bubble Balloon Fills 10
34′-36′ Foil Numbers Approx 2
3ft Jumbo LatexWill fill half way
3ft Jumbo Latex (Inflated to 30″)Fills 1
SupershapeApprox 2
Balloon Type Number of Fills
Latex 9″Fills 50
Latex 10″Fills 40
Latex 11″Fills 25
Latex 12″Fills 23
18″ Heart FoilFills 23
18″ Star FoilFills 23
18″ Round FoilFills 23
22″ Bubble Balloon Fills 19
34′-36′ Foil Numbers Approx 4
3ft Jumbo LatexFills 1
3ft Jumbo Latex (Inflated to 30″)Nearly 2
SupershapeApprox 4
Recycle Your Cylinder
Step 1: While outdoors, release any remaining helium to ensure there is no residual pressure in the cylinder.
Step 2: Leave the valve open and pierce the cylinder bursting disc. This is a depressed circle located on the cylinder shoulder. The cylinder can be the then be safely recycled at your local recycling Centre.
•Keep all cylinders, balloons and ribbons out of the reach of children. •Always use this product in a well-ventilated area. •Never use the cylinder in an enclosed space. •DO NOT inhale helium as this may cause harm or injury or death. •DO NOT attempt to refill this cylinder as it may burst and cause injury. •DO NOT expose this cylinder to direct heat or fire. This cylinder contains compressed helium (UN1046, CAS#7440-59-7) under pressure. Exposure to direct heat or fire could cause damage to the pressure release devices, which will result in a sudden discharge of pressure from the cylinder. •Always treat this cylinder with care. Dropping or hitting the cylinder with sharp or pointed objects could puncture the cylinder. Such damage could result in a sudden release of the contents resulting in serious injury or death. •DO NOT place nozzle in mouth or nose for any reason. Doing so can damage lungs and other body parts, which can result in personal injury or death. The cylinder contains compressed helium under pressure. •DO NOT use in the vicinity of high voltage power lines or during thunderstorms. The number of balloons you can inflate depends on the size and shape of the balloon you choose to create. Do not over-inflate balloons.
Children under 8 years can choke or suffocate on un-inflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons away from children. Discard broken balloons at once. Chocking hazard