Pinnacle Red Devil High-Pressure LPG Regulator – Powerful Gas Control for Propane Applications
The Pinnacle Red Devil High-Pressure LPG Regulator is your trusted companion for robust gas control in high-pressure propane applications. Designed for durability and precision, this regulator allows you to adjust gas pressure within a wide range from 0-200 Kpa with ease. Whether you’re using propane for industrial heating, cooking, or other high-demand purposes, the Red Devil ensures that you have the power and control you need.
- High-Pressure Performance: Specifically engineered for high-pressure propane requirements, delivering consistent gas flow.
- Single Stage Design: A single-stage regulator that simplifies gas control, making it suitable for a variety of applications.
- Adjustable Pressure: The regulator offers adjustable pressure settings ranging from 0-200 Kpa, providing versatility in your propane setups.
- Bullnose Thread: Equipped with a bullnose thread for secure and reliable connections.
- Durable Construction: Built to last with quality materials for long-term reliability.
- Regulator Type: High-Pressure LPG Regulator
- Stage: Single Stage
- Pressure Range: Adjustable from 0-200 Kpa
- Thread Type: Bullnose Thread
How Do I Know If My LPG Regulator Is Broken?
To identify a broken LPG regulator, watch for signs such as irregular gas flow, gas leaks, or difficulty in maintaining the desired pressure. If you suspect a malfunction, have the regulator inspected by a qualified technician for safety.
Are All LPG Gas Regulators the Same?
No, not all LPG gas regulators are the same. They come in various types, including high-pressure and low-pressure regulators, each designed for specific applications and pressure requirements.
How Long Do LPG Regulators Last?
The lifespan of an LPG regulator can vary depending on usage, maintenance, and environmental conditions. Generally, well-maintained regulators can last for several years, but it’s advisable to periodically inspect and replace them as needed to ensure safe and efficient operation.
What Happens When an LPG Gas Regulator Fails?
When an LPG gas regulator fails, it can lead to gas leaks, irregular gas flow, or difficulty in maintaining proper pressure. This can pose safety risks and disrupt propane-powered equipment and appliances, making timely replacement crucial.