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Helium

What is Helium used for?

There are several different grades of Helium, however balloon grade helium is greater than 99% and is used for inflating balloons.

What is the difference between helium gas and balloon gas?

Helium gas that Supagas provides is greater than 99% helium purity versus balloon gas that can contain up to 5% nitrogen or oxygen diluting the product from 99% to 95% purity.

How long will balloons stay afloat?

LATEX – Good quality latex balloons will last approximately 12 hours however extreme temperatures will reduce float time.
FOIL    – Foil balloons will last an estimated 7 – 10 days.

How to inflate a balloon

Is the party trick of inhaling Helium (Donald Duck effect) safe?

No. It is very dangerous and must be discouraged at all times.

Is Helium gas safe?

Helium is a non-flammable gas. The gas is inert (doesn’t react to anything), it’s non-toxic, colourless, odourless and tasteless. We always recommend using helium gas in a well ventilated area to reduce the danger of asphyxiation. Supervision amongst children is encouraged at all times.

Is it important which brand of balloons are used?

The recommended number of balloons obtained from any gas cylinder is based on using good quality balloons 26 – 28cm in diameter. If the balloons are larger than this, it will reduce the number of balloons obtained from each cylinder. We only recommend biodegradable environmentally friendly balloons. Ask your sales representative for assistance if you are still unsure.

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