Cool, thanks for the info. Being in a big city like San Francisco, I'm sure there are more than a few options for CO2 refills.Yeah it will work all CO2 cylinders have the same valve top. CGA 320 i believe is the number. Just to let you know when you own your own cylinder you have to wait to get it refilled unless there is a place near you that has the cylinders. and you are responsible for getting it tested every five years. It's only a couple bucks for the pressure test though. If there is an industrial gas supply company near you they will usually let you take the tank and get refills right away when you need em. That's what I do. I pay $10 for a 20lb refill. I don't care what the tank looks like as long as it has CO2 in it.
One LFS swaps w/ aluminum tanks, but they charge $35 which seems a bit high. I'll probably try some local welding shops or fire accessory places instead.just check around, some places have the aluminum tanks. You just leave them a deposit, and you are good to go. No worries about tests.
That's pretty cheap. I ended up purchasing the one from beveragefactory.com which came out to $96 (had to pay tax). About $12 more than the link you provided. Oh well :smile: