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Old 01-22-2012, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default Correct regulator to get for these burners?

Howdy- I am building a single tier brew stand which will have (3) BG-14 high pressure burners. They will be connected via 1/2 black pipe. My question is, what is the proper regulator to use for this setup? From what i can understand a high pressure 40 psi might work, but wanted to double check before i pull the trigger.

Burners here:
Bg-14 High Pressure Cast Iron Burner

Possible regulator here:
Propane Regulator Kits, 40 PSI Propane Regulator Kit 5HPR40

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Old 01-22-2012, 06:14 PM   #2
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This one would work:
High Pressure Regulator With Out Relief Valve

And this one would work:
High Pressure Adjustable Regulator/Valve

I would go with the adjustable, but that's me...

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Will that second one connect direct to the propane tank? looks a little different than what i'm used to.

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This unit and several others are already to go out of the box.
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Second on would need adapter ... the post by Onehoppyguy.. look good... has a hose included

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