1/2" Poppet Style Gas Regulator (125,000 BTU)

1/2" Poppet Style Gas Regulator (125,000 BTU)


Brand: Maxitrol

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Size: 1/2"
Capacity: 125000 BTU
Max Inlet Pressure: 1/2 psi
Output Pressure: 4"

Description for Maxitrol RV47CL-1/2

These rubber seat poppet type regulators are designed primarily for main burner and pilot load applications where precise control of tiny flows is an essential operating requirement.

Housings are of high strength aluminum die castings. All models, with the exception of D suffix models, have been tested for multi-poise mounting and may be installed in any plane or angle without restriction. They may be used with natural, manufactured, mixed, LP, or LP gas-air mixture.


  • Convertible regulators - preset to deliver outlet pressures for either NAT or LP gases
  • Integral vent limiting orifice as the breather hole
  • Output pressure: 4"

  • 1/2" Poppet Style Gas Regulator (125,000 BTU)

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      is this the same unit as the Maxitrol RV47NCL?
      Asked on 6/5/2012 by roland

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        We are unable to reference that model number. If you are referring to RV47NCL-33, it has been discontinued without a replacement.

        Answered on 6/5/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • 1/2" Poppet Style Gas Regulator - 125,000 BTU/h


      I have a Jenn Air CVG 4380 B Propane cooktop with a Maxitrol RV 47CL regulator installed in it. I want to use the cook top as a patio cooker, hooked to a propane bottle. Do I plumb the bottle directly into your regulator or add a grill regulator at the bottle and then hook the gas line into your regulator?
      Asked on 5/11/2011 by Vince

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        According to the manufacturer, the RV47CL is only rated up to 1/2 psi inlet pressure. Propane tanks are rated anywhere between 60 and 120 psi. It would require a tank regulator that brings the supply pressure down to 1/2 psi or less before connecting to the RV47CL.

        Answered on 5/19/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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