« on: May 23, 2011, 04:04:01 PM »
Typically you pressurize about 4 times higher than you would with just CO2, because the N2 isn't very soluble.
I don't understand this statement.
I seem to have forgotten all the physics I once learned in college years ago.
So, now I run my kegerator CO2 at 11psi @ 38 degrees F
Does this mean I crank up the N/CO2 mix to 44psi to push the beer at the same volume rate?
Don't seem right.....