• Tanks should always be secure. (See illustration #1)
• Exposed tanks should have a tank cover. (See illustration #2)
• Remove cap from helium tank. (See illustration #3)
• Insert threaded end of regulator into side opening of tank. (See illustration #4)
• Hand-tighten the connection.
• DO NOT use a wrench to tighten as it will cause damage to O-ring or seal.
• Turn on tank. (See illustration #5)
• If a leaking sound occurs, turn off tank, release pressure from regulator by depressing push valve, and retighten regulator again.
• After reapplying, if regulator continues to leak, please contact your local helium supplier.
• Check gauge for pressure and tank levels. (See illustration #6)
• Reorder helium when gauge registers in yellow zone.
• It is not necessary to turn off your tank after each use, but be sure to turn the tank off at the end of the day.
Helium Tank Capacity Information
Approx. cf of
Approx. # of balloons per 242 helium tank
helium per balloon
11" Latex 18" Foil
.50 cf .50 cf
437 437 200 45
26" Foil Shape 36" Foil Jumbo
1.0 cf 4.4 cf
Please remember that these are estimates. cf=cubic feet
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