Nitrous Oxide Cream Chargers
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Our products are made of Pure Nitrous Oxide N20 gas. Guaranteed no duds or leakage and the quality you can trust!
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Whipper + Chargers Combos
Combo Deal Whipper & Supremewhip Cream Chargers$100.00 – $670.00
Combo Deal Whipper & SESS Cream Chargers$95.00 – $665.00
Giant Cream Chargers Tank (N2O) | Giant Size 580g$70.00 – $465.00
BestWhip Cream Chargers$50.00 – $620.00
Supremewhip Cream Chargers$50.00 – $620.00
Mosa Whipped Cream Chargers (Nitrous Oxide N2O)$54.00 – $647.00
SESS Cream Chargers$45.00 – $595.00
INCLUDED WITH DISPENSER ARE 3 FREE DECORATOR TIPS. A CLEANING BRUSH, A CHARGER HOLDER AND MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS.
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Nangs are small metal canisters that contain nitrous oxide n2o gas (aka laughing gas).
Other slang names are: cream chargers, canister of nitrous oxide, whip cream chargers, whipping cream canisters, whipped cream nitrous oxide or nangs, n2o cream chargers, whip-its, whipped cream canisters, hippy crack.
Nangs is the common name used in most parts of Australia including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth, Darwin, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Geelong and many other areas. There are various nangs delivery services that provide on demand nangs delivery.
Larger whipped cream canisters containing nitrous oxide nangs (aka laughing gas or hippy crack) are also now available in the Australian market.
This N2O gas is not designed to be used as recreational drugs. Culinary nitrous oxide is designed to be used as a foaming agent to whip cream, sauces and other food and drink products for human consumption.
It is now uncommon to find nangs at your corner store however, you can buy them and have them delivered from us.
Are nangs illegal? No, they are not illegal. Nitrous oxide is not considered an illicit drug.
They are designed to be used for food purposes as a foaming agent (whipping cream, making mousses and other sauces) and also as an infusing agent (rapidly adding flavours from fruits and other foods to alcohol e.g. cocktails).
The sale in Australia is legal they are available to purchase from this site. You can also buy canisters (nanginators) in bundles, and haver them delivered direct to your door.
Is the misuse of nangs dangerous? Yes, misuse of nangs is dangerous. Do not misuse nangs.
Though pure gas is not toxic, the inhalation of nitrous oxide gas has been shown to have harmful side effects in humans such as blurred vision, memory loss and peripheral neuropathy. Inhaling nitrous oxide reduces the body’s ability to absorb vitamin B12 and result in a vitamin B12 deficiency.
Death from the misuse of nitrous oxide is uncommon but sudden death can happen if a person asphyxiates themselves due to lack of oxygen.
The 2019 National Drug Strategy Household Survey found roughly 1.7% of Australians had used inhalants in the past 12 month period. However, the survey did not specify which inhalants they were and likely included reported nitrous oxide and other things.
For more information on misuse or other drug and alcohol issues please see the alcohol and drug foundation or consult a medical professional for illicit drug information (e.g. ecstasy and related drugs). The focus of these organsations and professional is typically harm reduction.
In 1772, Joseph Priestley, an English Chemist, discovered nitrous oxide (N2O) he referred to it as phlogisticated nitrous air in his book that was published in 1775 ‘Experiments and Observations on Different kinds of Air’. James Watt, a famous Scottish engineer, designed a delivery device which he described in a book that he co-authored with Thomas Beddoes in 1794 entitled ‘Considerations on the Medical Use and on the Production of Factitious Airs.’
Beddoes then established the Pneumatic Institution for Relieving Diseases by Medical Airs in 1798 in Bristol in England. He hired a young chemist named Humphrey Davy to supervise experiments including experiments on N2O. In 1800 Davy published ‘Researches, Chemical and Philosophical, chiefly concerning Nitrous Oxide, or Dephlogisticated nitrous air, and its Respiration’ noting that N2O could be used for alleviating pain during surgery ‘As nitrous oxide in its extensive operation appears capable of destroying pain, it may probably be used with advantage during surgical operations in which no great effusion of blood takes place.’
The first recorded medical use of N2O was provided by Gardner Qincy Colton when dentist Horace Wells used it whilst undertaking a tooth extraction in Hartford Connecticut in 1844. So impressed was Wells that he immediately began to use N2O on his patients.
The recreational use of nitrous oxide dates back to 1799, when the British upper class held “laughing gas parties”.
Starting in the nineteenth century, the gas has become widely available for medical and culinary purposes.
The information provided here is for informational and educational use only. This information is not to be construed as legal or medical advice on any subject matter.
Do not inhale the nitrous oxide, recreational use of nitrous may cause serious and irreversible damage to your health, including death. We are not liable in any way for injuries or deaths caused to anyone from the misuse of the products found on this website.
We do not knowingly sell or supply nitrous oxide to anyone who may misuse it.