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Rego X1584V, X1586V, and X1588V Series High Pressure / High Temperature Industrial / Commercial Pounds-to-Pounds Regulators

Rego X1584V, X1586V, and X1588V Series High Pressure / High Temperature Industrial / Commercial Pounds-to-Pounds Regulators

  • $231.00


 

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Designed to reduce LP-Gas container pressures to between 3 and 50 PSIG. Ideal for crop drying, heat treating, asphalt batch mixing and other large industrial and commercial load application utilizing high temperature LP-Gas or high temperature atmosphere under conditions up to 300ºF. Also ideal as a first stage regulator in large multiple operations.

Features:

  • Special diaphragm and seat materials are suitable for up to 300ºF. temperatures.
  • Large nozzle and straight through flow provides high capacity and resistance to freeze ups.
  • Suitable for both liquid and vapor service.
  • Can be fitted with high pressure gauge in ¼” F. NPT port. REGO® recommends that these gauges use silver braze rather than soft solder construction.

 

    Part Numbers:

    Part Number Service Adjustment Method Inlet & Outlet Connections Recommended Delivery Pressure Range (PSIG) Capacity Determined at Set Pressure of PSIG* Capacity BTU/hr. Propane**
    X1584VN LP-Gas Tee Handle ½” F. NPT 3-30 20 7,000,000
    X1584VL LP-Gas Tee Handle ½” F. NPT 25-50 30 10,000,000
    X1586VN LP-Gas Tee Handle ¾” F. NPT 3-30 20 7,500,000
    X1586VL LP-Gas Tee Handle ¾” F. NPT 25-50 30 14,000,000
    X1588VN LP-Gas Tee Handle 1” F. NPT 3-30 20 7,500,000
    X1588VL LP-Gas Tee Handle 1” F. NPT 25-50 30 14,000,000

    * Set pressure is established with 100 PSIG inlet pressure and a flow of 500,000 BTU/hr. propane.
    ** Capacity determined at 100 PSIG inlet, set pressure noted on chart at 20% drop.
    NOTE: Care must be taken to prevent re-liquification of propane at normal temperatures by heat tracing or other effective means. Use of a relief valve upstream or downstream of these regulators is recommended in accordance with NFPA 58

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