Gas One 4 ft High Pressure Propane 0-20 PSI Adjustable Regulator with QCC-1 type Hose - Works With Newer U.S. Propane Tanks
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|Model Name||Gas One 4FT High Pressure Propane 0-20 PSI Adjustable Regulator with 4|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||48 x 3 x 0.75 inches|
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- ✓ User friendly, top quality connection - this high-pressure regulator and hose is adjustable from 0-20 psi with its red knob and has a top notch output for a wide variety of propane appliances from burners and heaters to smokers and fryers
- ✓ LONG LASTING AND DURABLE - Gas One’s 2109 High-Pressure Regulator provides an air-tight connection for your propane appliances. Made with high quality rubber and brass connections, the 2109 ensures a stable connection and a leak-free experience with your heavy-duty appliance
- ✓ READY FOR USE - The high-pressure hose and regulator is ready to use right out of the box. Simply connect the regulator to the tank and appliance when ready to use (tightening with tools suggested for a secure connection)
- ✓ MEASUREMENTS - The 2109 measures at 4ft long and is made to have a secure fitting with type-1 (QCC-1) propane tank connections. The hose has an inside ⅜-inch flare fitting and has an outside diameter of ⅝ inches
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Specifications: Product Length: 4'. (48”) Product weight: 1 lb. Inlet: 3/8” flare fitting male QCC (ACME)Outlet: 5/8” – 18 Unpressured: high pressure 0 – 20 PSI (adjustable) Description: Made to last with high quality materials- simple installation with no tools required - made to fit QCC-type-1 connections - used for a variety of high-pressure propane gas appliances
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Five burners 72000 BTU. Plus rotisserie burner and two side cooking plates. Total variable BTU output around 95000 btu. Stock regulator never kept up to the demand. So, just installed and fired up with a near empty tank. Once hooked up— Make sure your red dial is turned counter clockwise completely, this is the off position. Open the tank gas valve slowly check for line leaks—dish soap and water works look for bubbles and the smell of gas. Mine did not leak, btw leave the rubber gasket in the small 5/8 fitting. Tighten snug don’t go Hercules on it. That could/will tear the washer! Turn the red dial a quarter turn clockwise/right check for leaks again. Yeah no leaks. I opened my first stage burner the gas rushed through the line and than slowed to a steady pace. I turned the red dial back just a bit repeated the process. Gas came out slower. I turned the burner to ignite and it fired right up turned to low. I started burner two and three and set all three to the lowest setting on the individual dials low. I than turned the red dial just a bit clockwise still to the right until I could see the three burners evenly burning on low. I than turned three burners to high. I gave the red knob just another bit of a turn and the grill was heating away better than ever. This grill is a high out put grill so I can see adjusting this more if I ever needed to use all five very large cast iron burners. I haven’t set the output for infrared rotisserie cooker yet but I imagine it will be a lower setting. I look forward to trying this on my smoker. Good luck! Check for leaks.
This combination arrived in about two days, took 5-10 minutes to install and I was cooking with gas.
Pay attention to the amount of pressure you're using to prevent sudden flame out. Set the new regulator to the lowest setting and gradually turn until you get the desired flame height. Enjoy
If you're not careful in your initial adjustments, you can get 8 inch flames out the very first vents on the burners and no flames elsewhere on the burners because the gas is coming out at high pressure. It doesn't take much movement on the red knob to take the flow rate from reasonable to Mach 11.
I believe that red valve is there to lower PSI to 2 or so. There are propane devices that need very low pressures.
It doesn't leak, it was easy to install and seems to be quality construction.
One thing I would point out is Amazon.com actually shipped a high-pressure regulator of flammable, explosive gasses IN A BUBBLE WRAP MAILER WITH NO PROTECTIVE INSERTS. I should have sent the item back as I don't believe regulators are designed to be squashed on their sides by several hundred pounds of weight. Regulators should be shipped IN BOXES. If your worried about using a regulator with undetected damage from shipping, don't order from Amazon as they aren't worried about damage at all.
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If you get this? Make sure kids can't touch it. Make sure you check the adjustable knob before turning it on if there's any chance anyone could have moved it. Start at the LOWEST setting and gradually increase the flow.
I lost all the hair on my right arm learning this lesson.
Increases flow and heat. I have a 5 burner unit and it took mine from barely lit to a blaze. perfect to replace those regulators that just wont put out.