Propane Gas Regulators
Bayou Classic 7850 0-30 PSI Adjustable High-Pressure Propane Regulator for 1/4-Inch Inlets and Outlets
7850 This High Pressure Regulator/Valve is the perfect addition to all of your outdoor cooking. Any product behind the Bayou Classic name is known for…
Camp Chef HRL replacement hose and regulator, 1 PSI
The Camp Chef HRL is a replacement hose for low pressure systems. 1 PSI hose and regulator.
Smith Lp Propane Regulator Cga 510 30-50-510 New
Smith propane regulator #30-50-510. These regulators feature forged brass bonnet ring, long T-bar adjusting screw and dual gauges … in both…
What is a propane regulator? The purpose of a regulator is regulate or control the flow of propane gas. These will usually be found when you are using a heater for camping or a barbecue grill. A propane regulator will allow you to adjust the amount of propane fuel that is being used. They are also used as a safety feature too.
The idea behind using a gas regulator is to control of limit the amount of propane gas that is passing through the fuel line. The regulator is often manually operated so you may turn it off completely when it is no longer in use. When it is in use, you can adjust the amount of gas being used. You can adjust it so just the right amount is being used. If to little is flowing, then the grill won’t stay lit. If too much (and too much pressure) is going through the fuel line, it can cause an accident or possibly an explosion.
Most people have used a regulator without really thinking about it. Most of the time you have used it with your propane grill. When you go to use your grill, you open up the regulator to allow gas to flow to the burners. Once they are lit, you can then adjust the amount of lp gas that is being consumed.
Buying a propane gas regulator is very easy to do. You can find many sizes to fit your needs online. A good name brand propane regulator by Weber, GasWatch LP and Mr. Heater can be purchased for around $20.