Emerson expands integral two-stage regulator family

R232A

Fisher Type R232A integral two-stage pressure reducing regulator  High resolution image


R632A

Fisher Type R632A integral two-stage pressure reducing regulator  High resolution image


Rugged Fisher® LP-gas line includes industry’s first compact integral two-psig regulator

McKINNEY, TEXAS (March 12, 2013) – Emerson Process Management announces the expansion of its integral two-stage pressure reducing gas regulator family with the Fisher® Type R232A and Type R632A, and has launched the industry’s first compact integral two-psig regulator – the Type R232E. The regulators are designed to perform at -40ºF and resist gas impurities, resulting in longer service life.

The R632A, R232A, and R232E regulators are designed for 250 psig inlet pressure and reduce pressure  across two pressure drops (two stages), resulting in a final pressure of 2 psig. These regulator product families not only pass Emerson test specifications for operation at -40ºF (-40ºC), but they also operate reliably at -40ºF after being exposed to an environment simulating significant propane contamination.

Fisher LP-Gas integral two-stage regulators combine both first and second stages into one compact unit for easy installation on tight fit applications.

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