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Two-Stage Bulkhead-Mount LPG Regulator


Model # 315236 | Mfg # 1230-1411
In stock online.
Two top-reading gauges. Select tank with manual switch. Inlets are 1/4" female inverted flare to accept 1/4" male inverted flare pigtail hoses. Regulator outlet is 3/8" female NPT on low-pressure side. Pigtail hoses sold separately. UL listed.

Two-Stage Bulkhead-Mount LPG Regulator

ISO Approved UL Listed
Dimensions 5 1/4" Width x 6 3/4" Height x 4" Depth
LP Configuration 1/4" Male Flare Pigtail
3/8" Female NPT
Securing System Bulkhead Mount

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Trident Marine Two-Stage Bulkhead-Mount LPG Regulator

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Problems with concept for Marine Use!

By thudbranch

from Seattle Metro Area

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    Comments about Trident Marine Two-Stage Bulkhead-Mount LPG Regulator:

    I bought one of these regulators and then found the brackets that come with are only zinc plated steel. Then I checked and found that you have to buy Stainless brackets separately - another $20 and throw away the zinc brackets. When I got the marine grade brackets I found the included 4 screws were still zinc plated- even though the packaging said they were stainless!
    ANOTHER Gotcha--- You can't install one high-pressure solenoid valve in front of the regulator to use a remote shut off. You need the solenoid valve per AYBC code. You either give up the auto change over feature and use one solenoid valve (possibly with a manual 3 way valve) or alternatively use 2 solenoid valves-- but the Xintex control will not handle the current of 2 valves! Plus you double your battery draw! In my opinion this regulator is basically a RV unit relabeled for Marine use.

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