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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-03-2008, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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CO2 Refills in Raleigh Area

Can anyone point me to some place to fill my Co2 tanks besides National Welders?? They will not fill the tanks that I own, they want to swap with their tanks, and lets just say their tanks look like rental tanks, and mine are well cared for. I live in Clayton, and would rather find someplace close if possible.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-05-2008, 12:51 AM Thread Starter
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Nevermind I found a place right in Clayton. If anyone is interested its BFPE International. They will refill your tanks for you, I have yet to get down there but I will post prices and service as soon as I do.
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Well I went to BFPE to get my CO2 tank filled today and in 10 minutes they had it filled and I was out the door, no excchange, and it cost $10.00 to fill, a far cry from the $22.00 it cost me at National Welders in Raleigh. If your interested in filling in the Clayton or Southern Raleigh Area this seems to be the place to go!
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Thanks for the info.

I'm getting ready to purchase a CO2 tank and was wondering where was the best place to get it refilled.
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Also try beer and wine making shops in Raleigh. Some of them are willing to sell nice shiny food-grade aluminium canisters, and refill instead of swap. You can also find good regulators in those types of stores.

I think there is a beer-making store on stoneybrook dr in raleigh, and a wine-making one in cary. Fill up at the beer-maker in raleigh was like $21 for a 10lb canister I think.
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