TankChange CO2 - Automatic Gas Cylinder Switchover

TankChange CO2 - Automatic
TankChange CO2 - Automatic Gas Cylinder Switchover
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Price: $411.75

Stock: In Stock
Item #: MMTC-2
Shipped From: CA, FL, IL, and PA

Description

TankChange CO2 Automatic Cylinder Switchover

Automatic Gas Cylinder Switchover
TankChange is a cost-effective, automatic cylinder switching unit that works with any beverage gas cylinder up to 3000 psi. TankChange provides a seamless switch between the cylinders, ensuring a continuous supply of beverage gas - especially important during peak periods. Easily installed TankChange works with existing beverage gas regulator and requires no maintenance.

Features:
  • Simple fast installation!
  • Works with CO2 gas cylinders.
  • Keep bar staff available to serve customers.
  • Hands free automatic cylinder switching.
  • Most affordable auto-switchover on the market.
Installation & Use:
  • Securely mount the TankChange unit to the wall.
  • Mount a primary (tank-mount style) gas regulator to the outlet port on the left hand side.
  • Connect black gas hose leads to CO2 gas cylinders.
  • Reading the gauges: Tank 1 gauge is the left hand one on the gas regulator; Tank 2 is the right hand one mounted to the TankChange housing.
  • Tank 1 is the primary gas cylinder. The unit always draws gas from this cylinder first. When the Tank 1 cylinder reaches 200 PSI, TankChange automatically switches over to Tank 2.
  • When Tank 2 empties completely, TankChange switches back to Tank 1 to empty it. With only 200 PSI, Tank 1 will empty quickly.
  • The left hand side mounted primary regulator is responsible for regulating output pressure. Either a low pressure (60 PSI) or a high pressure (120 PSI) regulator can be used.
  • Empty gas cylinders can be safely removed at any time. If there is gas in the other connected cylinder, system will continue to operate.
  • Changing the gas cylinders, use suggestion: When Tank 1 is empty, turn both cylinders off. If Tank 2 is still mostly full, it is left unchanged, and Tank 1 is replaced with a fresh cylinder.  If however, Tank 2 has been used significantly, it is moved to the Tank 1 position and Tank 2 is replaced with a fresh cylinder.
  • NOTE: If you remove Tank 1 without turning off Tank 2 gas will escape from the Tank 1 hose.

PLEASE NOTE: Nitrogen model available, see MMTC-2N.

Product Specification Sheet
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Specifications

TypeAutomatic CO2 Gas Cylinder Switchover
FittingsCO2 Female Connections
Maximum Output Pressure200 PSI
Hose Lead Lengthapproximately 30"
High Pressure Hose20,000 PSI minimum burst pressure. 2” minimum bend radius. Nylon core, aramid fiber reinforcement, polyurethane jacket
Outlet FittingCO2 Male Threads
Size7-1/4"W x 4-5/8"H

Operation:

  • Maximum output pressure is 200 PSI.
  • Internal regulator maintains 200 PSI output pressure.
  • Tank 1 (on the left side) is the primary gas cylinder. When remaining gas pressure reaches 200 PSI, TankChange switches to Tank 2. NOTE: Primary regulator mounted on the left side will continue to read 200 PSI on high pressure gauge when drawing from Tank 2.
  • If there is a gas cylinder connected to the Tank 1 lead with over 200 PSI, TankChange will always draw from Tank 1 first.
  • When Tank 2 empties, TankChange switches back to Tank 1 and uses remaining gas pressure until exhausted. NOTE: If Tank 2 gauge is at zero (0) PSI, and the primary regulator gauge is at 200 PSI or less, there is 1% or less useable gas, both cylinders should be replaced with full cylinders as soon as possible.
  • Changing the gas cylinders, use suggestion: When Tank 1 is empty, turn both cylinders off. If Tank 2 is still mostly full, it is left unchanged, and Tank 1 is replaced with a fresh cylinder.  If however, Tank 2 has been used significantly, it is moved to the Tank 1 position and Tank 2 is replaced with a fresh cylinder.
  • NOTE: If you remove Tank 1 without turning off Tank 2 gas will escape from the Tank 1 hose.
  • Changing the gas cylinders, use suggestion: When Tank 1 is empty, turn both cylinders off. If Tank 2 is still mostly full, it is left unchanged, and Tank 1 is replaced with a fresh cylinder.  If however, Tank 2 has been used significantly, it is moved to the Tank 1 position and Tank 2 is replaced with a fresh cylinder.
  • NOTE: If you remove Tank 1 without turning off Tank 2 gas will escape from the Tank 1 hose.

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