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How do I inflate balloons with helium?

Who doesn't love her Flying balloons and foil balloons in all sizes, colors and shapes. They are the deco hit at every party.
With our helium in Disposable bottles the dream can be realized and there are no limits to the design options.
Here in this blog we show you how to do it with a simple step by step guide Latex balloons and Foil balloons fills with helium.

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Start by removing the protective cap from the valve of the helium bottle and then screwing the filling attachment onto the valve (tighten gently, do not use force!). The disposable helium bottle is ready for use!

Photo 1, Here you can see our large and small helium bottle.

Photo 2, filling valve of the small helium bottle.

Photo 3, filling valve of the large helium bottle.

Fill latex balloons with helium

Put the latex balloon over the filling attachment of the helium bottle and make sure that it seals tightly.

Photo 4, Here the latex balloon sits close to the filling valve of the small helium bottle.

Photo 5, Here the latex balloon sits close to the filling valve of the large helium bottle.

Now it differs whether you use the large or small helium bottle.
With the small helium bottle, hold the balloon firmly on the filling attachment with one hand and carefully press the lever down with the other hand until you notice that helium is flowing into your latex balloon.

Photo 6, Here the latex balloon is filled with the small helium bottle.

With the large helium bottle, you first have to open the valve - a quarter turn is enough. Then you hold the balloon on the filling attachment with one hand and with the other hand you carefully and slowly push the filling attachment (which is made of rubber) upwards. You will immediately notice how the helium flows into the balloon. If too little or too much helium flows out of the valve, you can change this by simply opening or closing the valve.

Photo 7, Here the latex balloon is filled with the large helium bottle.

Now fill the latex balloon with helium until the desired size is reached. Take the balloon off the valve and tie a knot.

Note:
Interrupt the filling of the balloon again and again in order to test with your hand how full the balloon is already filled. You don't want to burst it (- which has happened to us a few times :-))

Fill foil balloons with helium

The foil balloons also include our number balloons and letter balloons. The practical thing about foil balloons is that they have a really sophisticated valve inside. If you fill them with air or helium, you do not need to knot them afterwards, but they close by themselves.

Each foil balloon has a small hole through which it can be filled with air or helium. Sometimes you can find it straight away and with some foil balloons you have to look for it a bit.

Photo 8, filling hole of a blue number balloon. (Foil balloon)

Photo 9, filling hole of a foil balloon.

Photo 10, filling hole of a pink foil balloon in the shape of a star.

Now guide the filling valve of the helium bottle into the opening of the foil balloon as far as possible and try to seal the opening with your fingers as well as possible.


Photo 11, Here the foil balloon sits close to the filling valve of the small helium bottle.

Photo 12, Here the foil balloon sits close to the filling valve of the large helium bottle.

Now the small and large helium bottles differ again.
With the small bottle of helium, carefully press the lever of the filling attachment down with the other hand until the helium begins to flow into the foil balloon.

Photo 13, Here the pink foil balloon is filled with the small helium bottle.

With the large bottle of helium, you first have to open the valve on the bottle again (a quarter turn should be enough). Then you can use your other hand to carefully push the filling valve, which is made of rubber, upwards until the helium begins to flow into the foil balloon.

Photo 14, Here the pink foil balloon is filled with the large helium bottle.

When the foil balloon is now completely filled, you can simply pull it down from the filling attachment of the helium bottle and the balloon will close by itself.

Note:
Interrupt the filling of the balloon again and again to test by hand how full the foil balloon is already filled. Do not fill the balloon too tightly with helium, otherwise it can easily burst.

Photo 15, The helium-filled balloons are ready.

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