Wie man einen Stickstoffoxid-Druckregler verwendet

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Once upon a time, whipped cream needed a strong arm and a lot of whisking. And it is understandable why grocery store options—including products in tubs—have become so popular. Homemade whipped cream is not only delicious, but it’s also more customizable.

However, you are missing out if you only consume whisked cream. While you can whip cream by hand or with an electric mixer, the quickest way to whip cream is by using nitrous oxide chargers.

High-quality, food-grade nitrous gas that uses cutting-edge technology to provide a maximum efficiency cream charging experience is available from nitrous oxide tanks and cylinders.

Nitrous oxide cylinders are excellent for anyone trying to master their culinary creations, including chefs, home baking enthusiasts, and newbies. They are perfect for restaurants, bars, cafés, and personal kitchen use.

Nitrous oxide tanks are simple to use, allow for hassle-free creativity, and save you up to half the time of conventional cream chargers.

However, understanding the proper pressure is crucial to obtain the desired texture of any meal. Additionally, it’s critical to know how to operate the 640g whip cream charges regulator safely. So how do you go about it?

This article expounds on how to use them with pressure regulators.


How to Use a Nitrous Oxide Pressure Regulator

Understanding Nitrous Oxide In Whipping Cream

Distickstoffoxid, or nitrous, laughing gas, is a chemical substance with the formula N2O. It is a colorless, nonflammable gas that tastes and smells mildly sweet at average temperatures.

Because of its anesthetic and pain-reducing properties, nitrous oxide has many medical applications, particularly in surgery and dentistry.

Its common moniker, “laughing gas,” was first used by Humphry Davy to describe the euphoric sensations it causes when inhaled. This characteristic has led to its employment as a dissociative anesthetic for amusement.

The use of nitrous oxide as a propellant is widespread, from rocketry to whipping cream, among its many use cases.

N2O is frequently employed in minimal quantities when utilized as a food additive. At this stage, food scientists consider N2O food-grade because it is entirely safe to eat.

Most people use nitrous oxide because it readily dissolves into the cream and prevents it from oxidizing while it is still in the can.

The cream must have a fat content (of 28%) to form whipped cream with a dispenser. You can include heavy cream, sugar, and any desired flavorings or colors in the whipped cream recipe.

This cream gets compressed with nitrous oxide in a closed container; due to the cream’s hydrophilic nature, the nitrous oxide dissolves into the cream.

When you open the cream dispenser’s valve, the cream solution gets discharged by intense internal pressure.

The dissolved gas partially converts back to bubbles due to the pressure difference, which puffs up the cream. Remember, nitrous oxide is an anti-bacterial (it hinders bacteria growth), so you can keep a charged cream dispenser in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

How Much Pressure Should You Apply in A Whipped Cream Charger?

As luck would have it, cream chargers are available in various sizes and designs. The two most widely used whip cream chargers available are the 8g and 580 cartridges:

  • 8G N20 whip cream chargers – This typical nitrous oxide charger is about 2.6 inches long, with a bottom roughly 0.7 inches wide and a thin end (mouth) approximately 0.34 inches wide. 8-gram chargers contain pure, food-grade nitrous oxide gas.
  • 640G N20 whip cream Charger – 640G cartridges are particularly for making liquor and cocktail with nitrous flavors. These cartridges contain 640 grams or 0.95 liters of food-grade nitrous oxide. You can use 640g cream chargers in conjunction with a pressure regulator (which gives you total control over the amount of nitrous used). You’ll adore this style of cream charger if you’re a detail stickler.

Knowing the necessary pressure is crucial to producing the best meals, infusions, or beverages. Utilizing the pressure regulator, you may constantly attain perfection by accurately adjusting the pressure.

In a whipped cream charging system, the following three elements are crucial:

  • Adapter: Any cream dispenser works with the nitrous oxide tank using the adapter attached to the Smartwhip pressure regulator.
  • Pressure Regulator: It prevents gas waste by dispensing nitrous cartridges in the quantity required.
  • Filling Hose: The filling hose comes in anti-exploded PU materials to ensure the gas passes safely.

Each cylinder includes a pressure-release nozzle for quick and easy venting. To properly dispose of the cylinder, use this nozzle to flush any residual material.

You might, however, want to know how much N2O gas, ranging from the cream volume, should be put in your cream whipper. The table below shows you the answers


Volume of Cream Amount PSI Bar
50ml 1 73 5
100ml 2 94 6.5
150ml 3 116 8
200ml 4 145 10
250ml 5 174 12
300ml 6 190 13


What Determines How Much Pressure Your Whipping Cream or Liquor Requires?

It would be best to consider the following factors when determining how much pressure your meals, infusions, or liquor require.

  • Siphon Content– Every recipe has a particular pressure requirement based on how much open space there is in the siphon. The amount of nitrous oxide needed increases as the volume of the chamber decreases.
  • Food Matrix– The food matrix assumes that proteins and fats have molecular relationships, and you should include them in the recipe. Protein, lipids, and sugar create foam, bubbles, and fluffy foods. The more components it presents, the more pressure you need to aerate and create a stable foam structure. Also, whipped cream will be foamier the more fat there is in the cuisine.

Should You Buy A Nitrous Oxide Tank or Canister?

You might consider the little whip cream canisters when you’re looking to get nitrous oxide for your restaurant or a catering event because they could help you save time.

In addition, they are currently the most user-friendly cream chargers on the market. Ensure you understand how to remove and reinstall the charger holder on your whipped cream dispenser.

However, a sizable nitrous oxide tank might be able to assist you in meeting your needs. The 640-gram cylinder filled with food-grade nitrous oxide is the best. It complies with strict international requirements for excellent and consistent performance, safety, and quality, as well as ecologically friendly methods.

And because of its distinctive nozzle design, it doesn’t experience quality issues typically brought on by improper orientation.

The 640g nitrous oxide tank is ideal for catering events and large-scale cocktail making. Compared to separate cream charger canisters, it is easier to use. But, more crucially, it lets you control the precise volume of gas discharged all at once.

Manufacturers devised a clever technique to make it simple to use this kind of cream charger, which involves a pressure regulator. This should sound familiar if you utilize big tanks of liquefied gas for cooking in your house.

The manufacturers designed the pressure regulator to fit the 640-gram tank, then linked it to a filling hose attached to a cream whipper head with an adaptor.

According to the amount or size of food or drink you are creating, the pressure regulator enables you to precisely manage the pressure of nitrous oxide.

Main Differences Between 8G and 640G Cream Chargers


8G Cream Chargers 640G Cream Chargers 
Contain 8 grams of N2O Contain 640 grams of N2O
Set up a regular cream whipper It uses a pressure regulator and a single adapter
Single charge Several charges
Each packet contains up to 600 pieces Each packet contains up to 6 pieces
Portable and compact Large and takes significant storage space


How to Use 640gr Cream Chargers with a pressure regulator

The disposable nitrous oxide cylinder may hold 640 grams of nitrous oxide. Not to mention, N2O cream chargers in a 640gr package can assist you in shortening recharge times. Using a pressure regulator is the best approach when utilizing the cream charger of 640gr.

Consider this choice if you plan to bake cakes all day with an excellent finished topping.

The regulator increases control over the cream-filling process and reduces gas waste.

A step-by-step guide for connecting Smartwhip pressure regulator:

  1. Screw the pressure regulator onto the N2O cylinder.
  2. Pull the adapter off of the pressure regulator hose, and screw it onto the cream dispenser.
  3. Füllen Sie den Inhalt Ihres Rezeptes in den Sahnespender und schließen Sie den Deckel.
  4. Schließen Sie den Schlauch des Druckreglers über den Push-Pull-Anschluss an den Sahnespender an und vergewissern Sie sich, dass der Durchflussschalter ausgeschaltet ist. Sie hören ein Klickgeräusch, wenn er angeschlossen ist.
  5. Wenn das System vollständig angeschlossen ist, öffnen Sie den Strömungsschalter am Ende des Schlauches, indem Sie den Hebel in Richtung ON bewegen.
  6. Stellen Sie das Barometer auf den gewünschten Arbeitsdruck ein, indem Sie den Barometerknopf im Uhrzeigersinn drehen. Sie werden ein leichtes Zischen hören, wenn das Gas in den Sahnespender strömt. Prüfen Sie den Smartwhip Drucktabelle for a rough indication of how much pressure to use.
  7. Wenn das Zischen aufgehört hat, schließen Sie den Strömungsschalter in Richtung AUS und stellen Sie sicher, dass er sich in einem 90-Grad-Winkel zum Druckreglerkopf befindet.
  8. Trennen Sie den Druckreglerschlauch vom Sahnespender, indem Sie den Anschlusskörper zusammendrücken und den Sahnespender abnehmen.
  9. Schütteln Sie den Sahnespender, um das Gas gleichmäßig zu verteilen, setzen Sie dann die Dekorationsspitze Ihrer Wahl auf den Sahnespender und geben Sie den Inhalt frei.

Continuing, you should avoid using either too hot or too cold liquid in your siphon. The best drinks for aeration are warm and cold ones.

In some circumstances, you may need to place your whipper in the refrigerator for 30 minutes after aeration to allow the foam to develop a better texture before discharging.

How To Dispose of Whip Cream Chargers Empty Tanks

What are the proper procedures for disposing of whipped cream charges even though they are recyclable?

  • First, ensure your tanks is empty because.
  • Dispose of the empty cylinders at your local sorting/recycling center.

You should also be aware that a nitrous oxide tank is more environmentally friendly than 72 individual 8g whip cream jars.


The popularity of Nitrous oxide (N2O) cream chargers continues rising because of their many benefits. Most N2Os come with a pressure regulator that allows you to customize the pressure to reach perfection consistently.