The gas regulator is also called a low-pressure regulator, which is relative to the medium pressure regulator, and the standard name is the household bottled LPG regulator.

A gas regulator is a valve that automatically keeps the outlet pressure stable by adjusting the inlet pressure to certain required outlet pressure and relying on the energy of the medium itself. From the viewpoint of fluid mechanics, a gas regulator is a throttling element whose local resistance can be changed, that is, by changing the throttling area, the flow rate and the kinetic energy of fluid can be changed, resulting in different pressure loss, so as to achieve the purpose of pressure reduction.

1. Function of gas regulator

The function of a gas regulator is to limit the size of gas pressure, prevent excessive pressure from breaking the gas hose, and control the rated pressure of gas, so that the liquefied gas in the tank is depressurized and gasified into gas, which is passed smoothly through the hose to the gas stove for combustion.

2. Gas regulator types

The output pressure and flow rate of gas tank gas regulators are divided into the low-pressure regulator, medium-pressure regulator and high-pressure regulator.

Low-pressure regulator-valve with nominal pressure PN less than 1.6MPa (JYT-0.6 means gas flow rate ≤ 0.6 cubic meters per hour).

Medium pressure regulator valves with nominal pressure PN 2.5~6.4MPa (rated flow rate ≥0.8 cubic meters)

High pressure regulator-Valves with nominal pressure PN 10.0~80.0MPa.

3. The taboo of using the gas regulator

Some LPG integrated stove users in the purchase of gas regulator, the use of non-standard household bottled LPG gas regulator (such as adjustable commercial pressure reducing regulator or other poor quality gas regulator), resulting in individual users in the use of integrated stove gas, backfire, gas leakage, deflagration and other phenomena, resulting in a number of after-sales legacy problems, resulting in the poor experience of the product for the customer. It is considered that the after-sales service is not in place and the machine has problems. More serious cases will cause customer life safety problems.