Whipped Cream Dispenser Help
What should I do if my whipped cream comes out “liquidy”
Check to make sure that the cream you are using has a high enough fat content most whipping and thickening cream should be 32%. Nitrous oxide (Nangs) can lose potency after 5+ years, make sure you are using new or newer N2O cream charger (Nang). Make sure you are shaking the dispenser before dispensing. Remember a 1 Liter dispenser requires 2 cream chargers, but a 0.5L only requires one.
Why won’t my whipped cream dispenser work?
If nothing is coming out of your dispenser when you press the lever, there is a good chance your head valve has stopped functioning properly. Replace the head valve. You can get replacement parts by contacting Nang Delivery Sydney.
Why is the whipped cream shooting out the tip when I charge the dispenser?
If this is happening it means the head valve is bad and you’ll need to replace your head valve.
What should you do if you’ve lost your cartridge holder?
If it is a new dispenser it can be easily replaced by contacting us if you have an iSi or Mosa whipped cream dispenser. If you have an older model (15+ years) we recommend looking on eBay.
What should I do if gas is escaping from the head and container seal?
This shouldn’t ever happen if your rubber or silicone gasket is properly placed in the head and the head of the dispenser is screwed on tight to the container. Check to make sure your gasket doesn’t have any lacerations. If you find you don’t have a gasket or your’s is not working, call us to get a replacement for your iSi or Mosa dispenser.
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