# How much gas is left in my SodaStream?

There are a few steps you can take to determine how much gas is left in your SodaStream cylinder. Let’s go through them in detail.

Step 1: Check the weight of the empty cylinder. On the neck of the cylinder, you will find a weight imprinted. This weight represents the empty weight of the cylinder without any gas inside. For the standard 60L cylinders, this weight is usually around 0.76Kg.

Step 2: Check the weight of gas that the cylinder can hold. For the same 60L cylinders, the gas weight is typically around 425g. This means that when the cylinder is completely full, it will weigh around 1.185Kg (0.76Kg empty weight + 0.425Kg gas weight).

Now, to determine how much gas is left in your cylinder, you can follow these steps:

1. Weigh the entire cylinder: Take your SodaStream cylinder and place it on a scale. Make sure to weigh the cylinder when it is disconnected from the machine and without any attachments. Note down the weight.

2. Subtract the empty weight: Subtract the empty weight of the cylinder (0.76Kg) from the total weight you obtained in the previous step. This will give you the weight of the gas remaining in the cylinder.

3. Convert weight to volume: Since SodaStream uses a 60L gas cylinder, you can convert the weight of the gas remaining into volume using the known gas weight of 425g for 60L. For example, if you have 300g of gas remaining, you can calculate the volume as follows: (300g / 425g) * 60L = 42.35L. This means you have approximately 42.35 liters of gas left in your cylinder.

It’s important to note that the weight of the gas will decrease as you use it, so the accuracy of this method may vary. Additionally, the weight imprinted on the cylinder may vary slightly depending on the manufacturer and model.

In conclusion, to determine how much gas is left in your SodaStream cylinder, you can weigh the entire cylinder and subtract the empty weight. Then, convert the remaining gas weight to volume using the known gas weight for a 60L cylinder. This will give you an estimate of the amount of gas left in your cylinder.