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Rego 597F Series High Pressure Industrial / Commercial Pounds-to-Pounds Regulators

Rego 597F Series High Pressure Industrial / Commercial Pounds-to-Pounds Regulators

  • $50.50


 

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Designed to reduce propane gas container pressure down to between 3 and 100 PSIG. Ideal for liquid or vapor service, they can be used in a variety of applications including salamander heaters, weed burning torches, fish cookers, tar pot heaters, and other industrial type services.

Features:

  • Provides high capacity performance at a reasonable price.
  • Suitable for both liquid and vapor service.
  • Compact design provides for easy installation.
  • Negative or indirect acting design provides for excellent performance when needed most – in cold weather, when tank pressures are lowest and system demands are highest.
  • Consistent delivery pressure, especially in cold weather, helps assure maximum performance from the second stage regulator.
  • Can be readily fitted with a pressure gauge in the 1/4” F.NPT port.
  • Molded diaphragm provides an o-ring like seal between the body and the bonnet.
  • Fully painted in brilliant red for complete corrosion protection.
  • Available in four adjustable ranges for maximum performance.
  • Bonnet and body are assembled in the USA using the unique, patented RegULok™ Seal System.

 

    Part Numbers:

    Part Number Adjustment Method Inlet Connection Outlet Connection Recommended Delivery Pressure Range (PSIG) Capacity Determined at Set Pressure of PSIG* Capacity BTU/hr. Propane**
    597FA Tee Handle ¼” NPT ¼” NPT 1-15 10 1,750,000
    597FB Tee Handle ¼” NPT ¼” NPT 10-30 20 3,000,000
    597FC Tee Handle ¼” NPT ¼” NPT 20-45 30 3,500,000
    597FD Tee Handle ¼” NPT ¼” NPT 40-100 40 4,500,000

    * Set pressure established at 100 PSIG inlet and a flow of 250,000 BTU/hr.
    ** Capacity determined at actual delivery pressure 20% less than set pressure with inlet pressure 20 PSIG higher than the set pressure

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