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Gas Blend Calculators

Find the correct gas blend or pressure for your draught beverage system.

Our gas blend calculators generate values that will deliver gas blend accuracy and are intended to be used within the range of typical temperatures, pressures, and alcohol content found in the draught beer industry today. Changes due to ABV and extreme values will likely produce less accurate results. Calculated gas blends are accurate within 1% and v/vol. values match existing charts within 0.05 vols. or less.

Calculators for Draft Beer Dispensing

McDantim EasyBlend App

  • Easy Blend – Use to determine the correct CO2/N2
  • Easy Volumes – Use to determine what CO2 vol/vols your beer will become.
  • Easy Pressure – Use to determine what PSIG to use based on your CO2/N2
  • Acceptable Range – Use to view the acceptable range for various conditions.

If you have any questions or problems with a Calculator App, please contact us at 888.735.5607 or email [email protected]

Conditions included in the calculations:

Your input conditions determine:

The Acceptable Ranges screen will show you the combinations of Blend and Pressure that will keep your beverage properly carbonated (highlighted in blue). A +/- 0.2% range of CO2 volumes is the accepted industry allowance for this variation. These results are based on values you enter on the “input” screen and will change as you modify input values.

Calculators to assist other areas of draught beer dispense

Cost Analysis Calculator

To help you or your customer understand how On-Site Gas Blending with a Trumix® blender can save you money.

Gas Usage Calculator

To help you or your customer determine how many kegs of beer you can expect to dispense using a Trumix® blender, or even premix cylinder gas.

Line Restriction Calculator

To help you with draught system design to get the correction restriction values to keep beer from under-carbonating or over-carbonating.