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Hi-Float & 60/40 Helium Use
Last Updated: 10/19/2020


February 2008

The HI-FLOAT Company® has developed a new black restriction clip for the HI-FLOAT Pump Dispenser specifically for use with 60/40 helium regulators.

Conserving helium remains a top priority for our industry. HI-FLOAT Company research shows that using ULTRA HI-FLOAT and inflating an 11-inch latex balloon with 60% helium and 40% air or nitrogen produces a balloon that floats for three or four days. Without ULTRA HI-FLOAT, the same balloon would only float for 16 hours on average.

This technique saves 40% of helium costs and makes happier customers with longer floating balloons. In addition to conserving a valuable resource, the savings on helium more than pays for the cost of the ULTRA HI-FLOAT!

The black restriction clip is included in new HI-FLOAT Pump Dispenser Kits. For a free black restriction clip, just ask and Brody's will add it to your order.

To treat an 11-inch latex balloon using a 60/40 regulator just follow these simple steps:

1. Add ULTRA HI-FLOAT to an 11 inch balloon using the new black restriction clip on the pump dispenser.

2. Rub the balloon to spread the HI-FLOAT and inflate with a 60/40 inflator on your helium tank.

The key to success is adding enough helium for the balloons to float initially. Make sure to fully inflate the balloon. If the balloon floats immediately, it will float for at least three days.

For additional information, including instructions for saving helium without a 60/40 regulator or for treating larger balloons with a helium/air mixture visit How To Save Helium With Ultra H-Float.

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