Concept CO2 Refill Kit

  • Easy to use 
  • Wall mountable 
  • Exhaust valve 
  • Instructions on unit
  • Standard UK/EC/Africa/Australlia  threads  BS341 No8, DIN 477 No6, NFE29-650 tp C, AS2473 tp 30
  • Durable design

The Concept CO2 refill system allows easy and safe control when refilling your CO2 cylinders.  

Both the Concept ViCount and Vulcan oil based smoke systems require and inert gas (as a carrier) when passed through the heat exchanger - to eliminate the possibility of combustion.  Typically Concept recommend the use of Nitrogen or CO2.  This refill system will allow you to decant CO2 easily into a smaller suitable CO2 cylinder.  

Want more information, advice or prices? email us: info@conceptsmoke.com

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Testimonials

Building Envelope Technologies Ltd

"We have been using the ViCount unit now for some time as our main method of generating smoke for air leakage path identification as part of building airtightness tests.

The speed at which the unit builds smoke is very impressive and consistently in line with the guidance given by yourselves.

The nature and density of the smoke produced proves very effective when observed from outside the building giving sufficient time for and allowing easy observation of emerging smoke and leakage paths. The very persistent effect has allowed us to test buildings with volumes up to 40,000 m3 with just two units.

The very dry nature of smoke (i.e. small particle size) has meant that there have been no instances of contamination of the buildings following the test.

We have found the continuing technical support provided by Concept to be prompt and effective in answering queries and allowing us to get the most out of our equipment."