Our Helium balloon tank is now available! Create helium balloons at home with this easy to use helium tank!
BALLOONS AND RIBBON ARE NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS TANK, however we have a range of different colours available to purchase separately.
*additional shipping costs may apply for this product. Please see checkout to calculate shipping costs.
This kit will fill approximately 30 x 9″ / 23cm latex balloons OR 16 x 11″ / 28cm latex balloons OR 16 x 18″ / 46cm Foil Balloons. Overfilling balloons with too much helium will reduce these numbers.
Latex Balloon float time is approx. 5-7 hours.
This tank contains 7L / 0.196 cubic m of helium. Please note that in cold weather, helium contracts and you may not get as many balloons inflated.
Kids Party Store does not support the release of helium filled balloons into the atmosphere. When using this product, you are also encouraged to follow these guidelines and secure your balloons to a ribbon and weight.
1. Remove the cap.
2. Attach the balloon nozzle. (balloon nozzle is attached to the helium tank)
3. Open the valve by rotating the handle anti-clockwise.
4. Slide the neck of the balloon over the nozzle.
5. Life the balloon nozzle upwards or downwards to fill the balloon with helium. Please note that it is necessary to lift the balloon nozzle upward ow downwards to release the gas into the balloon.
6. Fill the balloon to the recommended size. (Do not overfill the balloon or it may burst or you may run out of helium and not be able to fill all balloons)
7. Take the inflated balloon off the nozzle. tie the balloon and attached it to a ribbon and weight.
8. Close the valve by rotating the handle clockwise when finished filling all balloons.
1. Fewer balloons will be achieved if they are over-inflated
2. Balloon fill quantities may vary dependent on the temperature (if tank is stored in cold conditions, helium can contract and not fill as many balloons)
Please see box for full product warnings. Helium is a non-flammable, non toxic, compressed gas
Tank Disposal Instructions:
Carry your empty tank outside and close the valve by turning it clockwise.
Using your hand, unscrew and remove the black nozzle from the tank.
Open the valve by turning it in an anti-clockwise direction. Doing this will release any residual pressure still in the helium cylinder.
Once you have followed the steps above, you can take this cylinder to your local council Chemical Clean Out, Community Recycling or disposal site. Alternatively, dispose of the cylinder with the rest of your garbage in your red lid / general waste bin.
Steel is a recyclable product, however, gas cylinders need to be treated prior to recycling. We encourage the correct disposal of these tanks to avoid them ending up in landfill. Please do not place these tanks in your household recycling bin.