Question about Heating & Cooling
Most all regulators require a differential in pressure to work. To get a differential, you need to have gas pressure on one side of the diaphragm and atmosphere pressure on the other side. If you have high moisture, you can either effect the differential pressure, cause a freezing condition in the regulator in cooler weather or subject the regulator to premature failure due to corrosion. You did not explain if this is going to be used in a high moisture area or not. Can the regulator be vented to a low moisture area?
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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