Whipping cream dispensers use nitrous oxide, a gas that creates the whipping action in the cream. This gas is released when the foil covering of the charger is broken. A sharp pin is usually used to break the foil. Nitrous oxide has a flammable odor, so it is advisable to wear gloves when handling the chargers.
SSES 615g N2O Whip Cream Charger
The SSES 615g N2O whip cream charger is a high-quality, professional kitchen tool that fills up to 8g of pure culinary-grade Nitrous Oxide gas. This charger works with almost any whipped cream dispenser and is a great choice for professional chefs and home users alike. The charger is environmentally-friendly and made from recycled materials. Moreover, it is made from zinc-coated steel for superior rust resistance.
This charger works with all types of whipped cream dispensers and is compatible with other brands. It can turn 0.5 litres of thickened cream into 1.5 litres of fluffy whipped cream. It can also whip other products with the right fat content.
N2O 615g N2O 750g Whip Cream Charger
A whipped cream charger, also known as a whipped cream canister, is a stainless steel cylinder or cartridge that contains nitrous oxide under pressure. The gas acts as an aerating agent, giving the cream more density and volume. It is ideal for large batches of cream in restaurants.
These cylinders measure approximately 6.3 cm long, 1.8 cm wide, and rounded on one end. They have walls about two millimeters thick, allowing them to withstand the high pressure generated by the Nangsta gas. Their interior volume is approximately 10cm3. Most cylinders contain 8 grams of N2O under pressure. These cylinders are 100% recyclable.
The use of nitrous oxide for recreational purposes is not recommended. Although it is a valuable medical substance and is listed on the World Health Organization’s Essential Medicines list, it is not safe for recreational use. It can be purchased in various forms, ranging from cream chargers and whipped cream dispensers to canisters used in medical procedures.
Nitrous oxide is a colourless gas that is commonly used in medical and dental procedures as an anaesthetic and sedative. The gas is cheap and widely available, and its use is on the rise. The substance is most often abused by teenagers and young adults. It can also be obtained in the form of whiteout and is used to fill balloons.
Case study of a 39-year-old man brought to emergency department for whipped cream chargers
Three days earlier, a 39-year-old man was brought to the emergency department by his family members complaining of weakness in his lower extremities. He did not have any previous medical history. At the third visit, he was profoundly encephalopathic and had ataxia and bilateral lower extremity weakness. He was evaluated by a neurology specialist and admitted to the hospital. His family later found empty canisters of whipped cream chargers in his house.
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