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    Hearth Products Controls 300,000 BTU Pressure Regulator

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    List Price: $129.99
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: HPC
    Part Number: 770-300
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: HPC-770-300

    Features

    • 300,000 BTU pressure regulator
    • Can be used with natural gas and propane
    • 5psi input for natural gas and 2psi input for propane
    • 1" x 1", 4" to 12" water column
    This pressure regulator can be used in either natural gas or propane supply lines and is rated for up to 300,000 BTU. It is adjustable, and can be set to 5 psi input for use with natural gas and 2 psi for use with propane. Other specifications are 1" x 1" with a 4" to 12" water column. The regulator modulates the high pressure of the gas tank to deliver a consistent steady pressure downstream to the appliance for safe and efficient operation.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    3 Questions & 3 Answers
    Jay M
    from reno, nv asked:
    March 8, 2018
    Can this regulator handle the supply from a 20lb propane bottle to feed a 30" fire pit ring? if not, what are the parts I would need?
    1 Answer
    Even in warmer climates, a full 20 lb. tank would only be able to supply roughly 85,000 Btus and not for very long. The tank level would quickly drop, causing the tank to "freeze" as it would not be able to supply enough pressure for the burner. For something with a 300,000 btu input rating, even a full 100 lb. tank would not be able to supply enough pressure for a high capacity fire pit ring. If your fire pit ring is indeed 300,000 Btu or in this range, you need a much larger tank and a locally licensed plumber or gas fitter would need to determine the proper tank size to use based on where the tank will need to be located per both local and national fuel gas code, in addition to the length and diameter of the pipe needed to supply adequate pressure for your fire pit based on tank size. If the input is much lower, we offer a small tank kit that may be able to supply correct pressure to your burner that would include the pressure regulator and hose. We would simply need to have the Btu input of your fire pit ring and we should easily be able to locate this information via the manufacturer and model number for your fire pit ring.
    Will M.
    on March 8, 2018

    Mike
    from Denver, CO asked:
    January 3, 2018
    Is this adjustable for pressures other than 5 PSI? Will this handle from 1 to 5? I want somthing to regulate the 3 PSI pressure my home's gas has so I can fuel my fire pit.
    1 Answer
    No it is not adjustable
    Owen
    on January 3, 2018

    Terry
    from Midvale, UT asked:
    January 11, 2015
    Would this regulator give me a bigger and taller flame than the 150,000 regulator would?
    1 Answer
    The 300,000 BTU regulator will naturally allow for a taller flame, as the flow capacity is double that of the 150,000 BTU version. Please keep in mind that any use of a valve that is downstream of the regulator will have an effect on the flame height as well.
    eFireplaceStore
    on January 12, 2015

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