What type of regulator does everyone use on their AG gas systems where one tank is used in a plumbed system to feed two or more burners?
Out system has two 50,000 BTU burners (King Kooker), one for the hot liquor tank and one for the boil tank. We've plumbed up copper pipe to the burners, and have a needle valve to control each burner.
We originally installed a turkey fryer propane gas regulator on the propane tank that contains a red low pressure control valve. The performance of the system has been erratic lately, with the gas flow from the regulator fluctuating.
Question: since we have needle valves on each of the burners and only use one at a time, can we use a standard propane grill regulator that doesn't contain the red low pressure control valve? I'm thinking that since we already have a needle valve to control the flow of gas to the individual burners, the turkey fryer gas regulator with the red low pressure control knob is not needed, and may account for problems with gas flow.
Thanks for the view and replies.