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|Material:||Aluminum||Fuel Type:||LPG Liquid/Vapor And Natural Gas|
|Operating Temperature Range:||-40°F To +250°F (-40°C To +121°C)||HP/KW Rating:||325 Hp (242.3 KW) LPG; 200 Hp (150 KW) Where Lower Water Flow-rate Is A Factor.|
|Applications.:||Stationary, Mobile, Industrial, And Automotive||Inlet Pressure:||Maximum 312 Psi (21.51 Bar); Minimum 30 Psi (207 KPa)|
|Mounting Position:||Vertical (outlet Down) Recommended||Diaphragm Material:||Hydrin|
350HP Industrial Engines Regulator,
impco Industrial Engines Regulator,
Aluminum impco Regulator
|Fuel Type||LPG Liquid/Vapor and Natural Gas|
|Maximum||312 psi (21.51 Bar)|
|Minimum||30 psi (207 kPa)|
|Outlet Pressure (Nominal)|
|EB||-1.5” w.c. (-0.37 kPa)|
|EO||-5.0” w.c. (-0.12 kPa)|
|PE||+5.0” w.c. (1.2 kPa)|
|HP/kW Rating||325 hp (242.3 kW) LPG
200 hp (150 kW) where lower water flow-rate is a factor.
|Operating Temperature Range||-40°F to +250°F (-40°C to +121°C)|
|Fuel Filtration Required||40 micron|
|Heating Chamber Source||Required for liquid LPG|
|Mounting Position||Vertical (outlet down) recommended. Horizontal position can be used when fuel contamination can be controlled with HD-5 specified LPG fuel|
|Diaphragm Material||Hydrin, Silicone, and Fluorosilicone (optional)|
|Applications||Stationary, mobile, industrial, and automotive|
|Certification||UL (AU2317 & AU1502), Inquire for specific ECE approval|
Franz is pretty well right on the money with his comments. The P stands for positive pressure. These regs put out 3" to 6" positive pressure WC. They are used strictly for NG.
The reason for the 200 VS 350 HP rating on an EB reg is the application. The reg is rated at 200HP for industrial engines. Industrial engines usually run at a fixed 1800 RPM and the water pump is geared different then automotive applications. The limited water supply means the reg is derated to 200HP. On vehicles the water pump can increase suction as the RPM is quite high at full throttle. This means more flow and heat for the reg so the HP rating is higher.
Lastly, personal opinion, I prefer the E over the L. The E has a water chamber the size of the reg. Heat transfer is great. The L has a U shaped tunnel through the reg and heat transfer on a cold engine is poor and wide open throttle is no where near as good as the E for heat transfer. In addition the L has a primary seat activated by tank pressure. The L seems to have more P seat problems than the E. We experienced a higher number of problems with the L's at our shop.
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