JBL CO2 refill service
Refill service for the filling of JBL CO2 cylinders

  • JBL refills professionally and environmentally-friendly all refillable JBL CO2 storage cylinders
  • Cylinders are sealed directly after filling
  • WARNING: only possible if TÜV is still valid!
  • Only for refillable cylinders (all sizes) of the JBL ProFlora m system
  • Cylinders are sent in and refilled, weighed and resealed
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basic price 42,58 EUR / kg
Recommended retail price incl. VAT
Available from your specialist dealer.
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basic price 18,00 EUR / kg
Recommended retail price incl. VAT
Available from your specialist dealer.
Dealer close to you
You can find this article at your specialist shop and online
Product information

The filling of refillable CO2 cylinders must only be carried out under certain conditions: it must be a secured room and a TÜV tested CO2 gas filling station. The latter checks the weight of the empty cylinder and only fills the prescribed quantity since overfilling may result in hazards. The shipment of filled CO2 cylinders is possible, but there are some regions in Europe where the dispatch by post or flight may be problematic (e.g. to islands). The TÜV date is visibly stamped on the cylinder. Cylinders, where the TÜV is expired, may not be filled. TÜV inspections can be carried out in various institutions, but not at JBL.

Details

JBL CO₂ Refill Service 500g

Art. no.:
6322000
EAN Code:
4014162060525
Content:
500 g
Volume packaging:
8.200 l
Gross weight:
2740.000 g
Net weight:
500 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
138/435/138 mm

Technical Data

JBL CO₂ refill service 2kg

Art. no.:
6321000
EAN Code:
4014162060518
Content:
2000 g
Volume packaging:
10.900 l
Gross weight:
7300.000 g
Net weight:
2000 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
148/500/148 mm

Technical Data

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06.07.2016

The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Reliability

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06.07.2016

The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Reliability

In the fourth part of the series “The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation” we examine what we consider to be the most important aspect. The health of your animals but also of you, the aquarium owners is our number one priority.

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03.07.2016

The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The CO2 Content

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30.06.2016

The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Effect

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27.06.2016

The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Substance

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24.06.2016

The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation

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18.06.2016

Why is carbon dioxide (CO2) the most important plant nutrient in the aquarium?

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01.04.2016

There’s more to fertilization than you’d think Part 2

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29.03.2016

Fertilization is not just fertilization Part 1

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