1" Line Regulator (300,000 BTU) Zoom

1" Line Regulator (300,000 BTU)

SKU:325-5AL-1

Brand: Maxitrol

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Capacity (BTU): 300
000
Size: 1"
Capacity: 300000 BTU

Description for Maxitrol 325-5AL-1

325 Series pounds to inches regulators are for use on residential, commercial, and industrial applications. The 325 Series features a high leverage valve linkage assembly to deliver positive dead-end lock-up. The regulators are capable of precise regulating control from full flow down to pilot flow. These regulators are suitable for natural, manufactured, mixed gases, liquefied petroleum gases, and LP gas-air mixtures.

1" Line Regulator (300,000 BTU)

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Maxitrol1" Lever Acting Gas Regulator
 
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        5.0

        great service

        By mark the grower

        from South Chesterfield, Va.

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              Comments about 1/2" Lever Acting Gas Regulator:

              I have used this supplier 3 different times now and have been extremely satisfied each time. Delivery has always been on time and correct products sent. The quality of the products always seem to be good and to their specs. Prices have always been very competitive as well.

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              5.0

              Fast shipping

              By Nat jack of all trades master of a few.

              from Somerset, WI

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                    Comments about 1/2" Lever Acting Gas Regulator:

                    Regulator for natural gas and it works great.

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                    5.0

                    Certified Line Pressure Regulator

                    By Old Man

                    from Fond du Lac, WI

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                          Comments about 1" Lever Acting Gas Regulator:

                          Maxitrol's 325 series for 2psg gas systems to step down to 7"wc before appliances. Originally certified to serve 1 appliance requiring multiple regulators in system. Some installers used high flow of 325-5 and 325-7 as line regulator for multiple appliances. New suffix "L" series is certified as line regulator. Added load forced upgrade of system to 2#. Able to do legally with 2 suffix L regulators instead of 7 standard. BIG savings! Don't forget to order the vent limiter!

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                          5.0

                          Perfect Fit!

                          By ATLMPP

                          from Atlanta, GA

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                                Comments about 1/2" Lever Acting Gas Regulator:

                                I have a GE Monogram Pro Gas Cooktop and a commercial gas line running to my home. The 1/4" regulator that came with the appliance was not powerful enough to regulate the needed amount of gas to the range. This product did the job. GE also approved using this product and said its use would not void the product warranty.

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                                  Q:

                                  We are going to a 2psi system in the our house because of an increase in demand (generator). Can this be installed forward of our furnace prior to the utility company changing the meter? Will it pass the currently supplied low pressure, in and out?
                                  Asked on 12/3/2013 by M

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                                    A:

                                    Yes it will pass the low pressure in and out. I did the same thing,
                                    installed the regulator prior to the gas company increasing pressure to 2
                                    psi. No problems.

                                    Answered on 12/4/2013 by Anonymous
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                                    Yes it will.

                                    Answered on 12/3/2013 by Anonymous
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                                    Yes, you can install it with the low pressure. It will flow.

                                    Answered on 12/3/2013 by Anonymous
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                                    I can't speak to it passing the existing low pressure since I coordinated for the gas company on the same day. Regarding the utility company, most meters only have to have a spring replacement for 2PSI. My meter was not replaced.. The spring swap took 3 minutes, max. My inside pipe work was not 100% complete prior to the spring swap, so the gas was turned off at the meter pending the completion of the inside work.
                                    Johnny S. Slane (Shane)

                                    Answered on 12/3/2013 by Anonymous
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                                  Q:

                                  does the model # 325-5AL have to be installed in the horizontal position?> or is it a multi poise position for install?
                                  thank you
                                  Asked on 9/19/2013 by karl from barrow alaska

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                                    Yes, it has to be installed horizontally because it has a vent limiter. Outdoor installation without a vent limiter can be any position.

                                    Answered on 9/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                    The 325-5AL can be installed in multiple positions unless it has a vent limiter installed on it.  Then it is a horizontal position only.  If needing a vent limiter for you installation.  Make sure it is included with the regulator, you might have to order it separately.

                                    Answered on 9/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                                  require outside vent
                                  Asked on 5/21/2013 by ken from walnut cove n.c.

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                                    Does not require outside vent with a vent limiter installed like the one in this picture has.

                                    Answered on 5/22/2013 by Anonymous
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                                    No, it does not require an outside vent. It does reguire the vent restrictor plug which in case of a diaphram rupture restricts the flow of gas escaping.

                                    Answered on 5/22/2013 by Anonymous
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                                    The information provided me does not indicate what model regulator is
                                    being asked about. I suspect it is a Maxitrol 325 which can be fitted
                                    with a "leak limiter" rather than venting outside. For specific
                                    information go to this link:
                                    http://www.maxitrol.com/Regulators/ventlimiting.asp
                                    Jim Shepherd
                                    Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.

                                    Answered on 5/25/2013 by Backroad from Fond du Lac, W
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