Kegco 5 lb. Aluminum Co2 Tank for Kegerator and Draft Beer Dispensing

Model: BF C5
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  • Brand new tanks produced from high strength aluminum alloy 6061-T6
  • Popular because they are not as heavy as steel tanks and will not rust
  • Stamped with required U.S. Department of Transportation Markings
  • 320 valves are CGA approved and have a male thread for CO2 regulators
  • Once filled, this tank should be able to dispense 5-7 beer kegs
    *All tanks are shipped empty

The Beverage Factory offers only brand new aluminum Co2 Tanks. We do not sell reconditioned steel tanks. Every Co2 cylinder is produced from high strength aluminum alloy 6061-T6. These tanks are popular because they are not as heavy as steel tanks and do not rust. The service pressure is up to 1800 PSI/124 BAR with a test pressure of 3000 PSI/207 BAR. These cylinders are stamped with required U.S. Department of Transportation Markings. The 320 Valves are CGA approved, and have a male thread for Co2 Regulators.

  • 5.5" Diameter
  • 18.25" Height
  • 1800 PSI
  • CGA-320 Valve
  • Good for 5-7 Kegs
Warning WARNING: This product has Brass components. Brass alloys are known to contain trace amounts of Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to



good info


Barely 1 Keg Out of Co2 Tank
Eric P

We bought a keg system and 5lb Co2 tank (Catalina 5 lb. Aluminum Co2 Tank [CC B5]) through Hooked it all up in a fridgerator along with the Co2 tank . We got a slim 1/4 barrel which took us about three weeks to go through. Then we purchased a 1/2 barrel but to our dismay our Co2 tank is empty. We sent customer service a request asking for assistance/advice as to what our problem might be and never received any correspondence or help back. We have not able to identify any leaks and the system is hooked up per the instructions. The tank is refilled but unfortunately it is not going much better for the 1/2 barrel. We are honestly concerned that the tank won't even last this keg.

Staff Reply

Hi Eric, thank you for your feedback. I'm sorry to hear about the lost tank of gas and I'm glad we were able to troubleshoot the system over the phone today. Based on our conversation, it seems the tank is working properly. As we discussed, the high pressure gauge on your regulator will drop when the tank is placed inside the refrigerator. This is normal because the cold temperature causes a drop in the tank pressure.You can always spray your connections with soapy water when you initially set up the system to ensure there are no slow leaks. Please feel free to call me directly if you have any other questions or need assistance with your system.

Best Regards,
Nick R.
Sales Manager


Great quality
Jordan R.

Great quality tank, just writing this review to say that mine came branded with a big Kegco logo printed down one side. It came off fairly easily with a scotchbrite pad. Just something to consider if your tank exchange place wanted to be picky about that kind of thing. Other than that it was perfect.


perfect size for the small kegerator

would buy again


Good for a year or so!

Its hard to find solid info about how much you can really push with this size 5# tank. I am at fourteen (14) 1/6 kegs with my tank! And that is with the CO2 tank inside the fridge. I think I am at the end after this keg is finished.
Unless you dont want to deal with refilling it once year, I recommend this tank for its size and capacity! If once a year is too much, I suggest the next size up.

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are the tanks tested before shipping? is there paper work to prove it was tested?
by Beer guy on May 06, 2019
yes they come from the manufacturer tested
by Dave on May 08, 2019
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Will this be ok to be used for brewing nitro cold brew in my 5 gal keg?
by Beer Boss Bob on May 22, 2019
you must use a nitrogen tank if holding nitrogen. Nitrogen has a higher pressure rating.
by Ben on May 31, 2019
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How many 500ml bottles could i carbonate With one tank roughly?
by Beverage guy on July 02, 2020
That's a very good question with a lot of variables. How are you carbonating, what volume of CO2, are you using CO2 to bottle, etc. Please call us at 800-710-9939 to discuss further!
by Nick on August 17, 2020
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Hi. How much does this tank weigh empty? And Is it dangerous to fill this tank with more than 5 lbs of co2? (my tank may have been overfilled)
by miss my beer on August 30, 2020
These tanks should be roughly 7lbs empty, so a full tank should weigh roughly 12lbs. Overfilling is not recommended and is dangerous and could cause the burst disk to rupture.
by Dakota on September 03, 2020
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Are the tanks prefilled because i have nowhere within 1hr 30min of me to get one filled.
by Peewee on November 23, 2020
Hello, we are not able to ship these tanks filled.
by Dakota on November 23, 2020
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