New to filling helium foil and latex balloons? Or maybe you need a good training guide for new employees? Just ask Zephyr!
Know exactly how many balloons can be filled with different helium cylinders each and every time with this quick and easy guide from Zephyr!
MIT researchers have been doing some incredible experiments with ultra-light graphene, which some believe could replace helium in balloons.
We came across a video of a 60-foot-long helium balloon robot arm that you just have to see to believe. It is the real-life version of War of the Worlds.
One of the biggest challenges in making a robot walk seems to be keeping it from falling down all the time. But, a walking helium balloon robot?
May 4, 2016 will make or break the balloon industry and I need you to take action, otherwise it will become a crime to sell foil balloons in California.
It took guts to invent the first balloon animals—literally! The very first weren’t rubber, latex, or mylar, they were made of intestines!
We’ve all seen the footage of astronauts bouncing on the moon as if they were floating. What if they took a helium balloon up—would it float?
Helium balloons deflate faster than air balloons, and latex balloons faster than foil. But why do helium balloons deflate at all? Find out here.
Want to know how to make a foil balloon arch? This is the easiest instruction on the web. Build a foil balloon arch in under 30 minutes – no helium needed!