Food & Beverage

CapitalAir offers a complete line of Food and Beverage gases for Draft Beer systems, Food packaging gases and food freezing systems. We offer a range of sizes as well as grades of gases. CapitalAir can also offer preblended packaging gas mixtures as well as custom mixtures. We will work with our clients to help optimize the gases being used as well as the size of these gases to eliminate the need to stock extra cylinders or larger than required cylinders. We can supply both compressed cylinders as well as Liquified Gases.


CapitalAir will work with you to design systems to distribute the gases wherever you need. We can offer complete turnkey systems. CapitalAir will do the design and installation making us a one stop shop for all your gas requirements.


We also offer gas generating systems for Nitrogen to use in conjunction with CO2 or other gas supply. This will give you the ability to make your own custom gas blends onsite and change on the fly as you change processes or beer suppliers.

Food Grade Gases

Carbon Dioxide--Carbonated Beverages and Beer

CapitalAir guarantees a reliable supply of high-quality CO2, used to carbonate beer and other beverages.

Nitrogen--Non-Carbonated Beverages

Nitrogen is used in the inerting and deoxygenation process to preserve the quality of non-carbonated beverages, such as iced tea, fruit juices and milk beverages.

Nitrogen/Carbon Dioxide Mixes--Draft Beverages

CO2 and nitrogen cylinders are often used to serve drinks on tap, such as soft drinks and draft beer in fast food restaurants and bars.

Specialty Gases--Wine

CapitalAir offers specialty gases used in wine making that protect the grape, from harvest to transfer; it's quality,  fermentation, and carbonation; thus preserving the personality and nobility of a fine vintage.

Food Grade Equipment


We supply regulator requirements for every application you have, and offer products from respected manufacturers.

CapitalAir is the leading provider and leader in manufacturing precision gas control equipment. Their quality control systems meet or exceed compliance with the Canadian & U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulations.