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The Type R632A is an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) listed regulator designed for Two-Stage LP-Gas systems. The unit is designed to reduce the tank pressure through an integral two-stage system to 11 inches w.c. / 27.4 mbar. The first-stage screened drip-lip vent is oriented downward and the second-stage vent is oriented over the outlet as standard.
!!! WARNING !!! Failure to follow these instructions or to properly install and maintain this equipment could result in an explosion and/or fire causing property damage and personal injury or death. Fisher equipment must be installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Federal, state and local codes and Fisher instructions. The installation in most States must also comply with NFPA no. 54 and 58 standards. Only Personnel trained in the proper procedures, codes, standards and regulations of the LP-gas industry should install and service this equipment.
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Fisher Residential Integral Two-Stage Regulators
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Fisher LP residential regulators are one of the world's most complete line of regulators for domestic applications, offering first-stage, second-stage, and integral two-stage regulators in both full size and compact options. Integral Two-Stage regulators combine a First-Stage regulator and a Second-Stage regulator into one compact unit. Recommended for installations where piping distance is short, integral Two-Stage regulators provide all of the advantages of Two-Stage regulation. Fisher brand integral Two-Stage regulators are color coded gray for easy identification. Vents are screened with standard Second-Stage vent orientation over the outlet.
Types R632A and R232A Integral regulators combine a First-Stage regulator and a Second-Stage regulator into one compact unit. They are adjustable from 9 to 13 in. w.c. / 22 to 32 mbar, with a factory setpoint of 11 in. w.c. / 27 mbar. Maximum allowable inlet pressure is 250 psig / 17.2 bar. They can also be used can also be used on twin cylinder hook-ups found on travel trailers and stationary applications.
Types R632E and R232E Integral 2-psi regulators combine a First-Stage regulator and a Second-Stage, 2-psi regulator into one compact unit. Recommended for installations where piping distance is short, integral Two-Stage, 2-psi regulators provide all of the advantages of Two-Stage regulation. Fisher brand integral Two-Stage, 2-psi regulators are color coded gray with a white cap and white UV rated label for easy identification. They are adjustable from 1 to 2.2 psig / 69 to 152 mbar, with a factory setpoint of 2 psig / 138 mbar. Maximum allowable inlet pressure is 250 psig / 17.2 bar.
Types R632E/R632A and R232E/R232A first-stage screened vent is threaded to accept a 1/4 in. OD copper tube inverted flare with a 7/16-24 UN thread. The Types R232E/R232A and R632E/R632A have a temperature rating of -20 to 160Â°F / -29 to 71Â°C, but have passed Fisher internal testing for lockup, relief start-to-discharge and reseal down to -40Â°F / -40Â°C.
Primary shutoff and excess flow function for bobtail/transport trucks, stationary storage tanks, and in-line installations.
Emergency Shutoff Valves
Designed for in-line installations to shut off gas in the event of a hose rupture or piping break at the transfer area.
Large Relief Valves
Typically installed in vapor/liquid applications on ASME tanks, transport trucks and stationary tanks, to provide pressure relief in an over-pressure situation.
Back Check Valves
Allow flow in only one direction and are normally closed. They are installed in liquid filling connections on stationary storage tanks, bobtail delivery trucks and liquid transfer lines.
Excess Flow Valves
Close upon excessive discharge of liquid after a break in hose or piping, protecting cylinder, tank and piping systems.
Widely used at bulk plants to control gas flow in piping systems, at storage tanks, on trucks, and at pumps or compressors.
Widely used at bulk plants to control gas flow in piping systems, at storage tanks, on trucks, and at pumps or compressors.
Transfer amp; Bypass Valves
Hose end valves, large filler valves and bypass valves which facilitate safe and rapid transfer between LP transport and storage tanks.
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Out of the Silent Planet
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