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Chris Colas

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How can I carbonate 10,000 gallons of water?
« on: 14/11/2010 14:30:03 »
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How can I carbonate 10,000 gallons of water?  And how long would it retain the fizz if left out in the open? 

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How can I carbonate 10,000 gallons of water?
« Reply #1 on: 21/01/2011 06:19:00 »
If in a pressure vessel, the introduction of gaseous CO2 under pressure, as from a pressurized cylinder, combined with agitation, would probably do the job. I do not know how long the fizz would remain in force if then released to atmospheric pressure. Most carbonated aqueous products are stored under pressure.
 

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