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MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator - 11" Water Column Outlet

MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator - 11" Water Column Outlet

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This 2-stage regulator can deliver a massive 400,000 Btus an hour while keeping pressure at 11" WC to fuel all your appliances. Must be installed vertically when used on an ASME tank. Great Prices for the best propane fittings from MB Sturgis. MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator - 11" Water Column Outlet part number 108220 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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MB Sturgis Propane Fittings - 108220

  • Regulators
  • 3/8 Inch - Female NPT
  • 1/4 Inch - Female NPT
  • Dual Stage - Vertical
  • MB Sturgis

This 2-stage regulator can deliver a massive 400,000 Btus an hour while keeping pressure at 11" WC to fuel all your appliances. Must be installed vertically when used on an ASME tank.


Features:

  • 2-Stage regulator lowers pressure from your RV's propane tank so it can be used by appliances
    • First stage reduces tank pressure to 10 psi to stabilize gas
    • Second stage reduces pressure to maximum of 11" WC to make flow safe to use
    • Can maintain 9" WC pressure to keep appliances running in cold temperatures
  • Max flow rate of 400,000 Btu per hour is one of the highest available for Class A, B, and C RVs
    • Use multiple propane-fueled appliances at once without flaming out
  • Downward-facing vent allows condensation to leak out when used with ASME tanks
    • Must be installed vertically to allow water to drain
  • 1/4" Female NPT inlet and 3/8" female NPT outlet connect your propane tanks to the supply lines
  • Aluminum construction approved for LP gas only
    • UL144 certified
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • First stage: 10 psi
  • Second stage: 11" WC
  • Regulator fittings:
    • 1/4" Female NPT inlet
    • 3/8" Female NPT outlet
  • Flow capacity: 400,000 Btu per hour
  • Temperature range: -20F to 120F
  • 1-Year limited warranty


108220-MBS MB Sturgis Two Stage Propane Regulator - 11" Water Column Outlet - 6:00 Vent





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MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator - 11" Water Column Outlet - 108220

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (121 Customer Reviews)

This 2-stage regulator can deliver a massive 400,000 Btus an hour while keeping pressure at 11" WC to fuel all your appliances. Must be installed vertically when used on an ASME tank.

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Arrived as described. Disappointed to discover that etrailer.com does not carry mounting brackets for their regulators, but I welcomed the opportunity to dust off my diy skills. Note the bailing wire. Super pro! Also, if anyone knows what happens when one uses a vertical regulator horizontally, I'm all ears.

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Brooke M.

5/2/2022

Thank you for the review! It looks like the vent placement is one the main differences in the two kinds of regulators. They are placed in such a way that debris from the road will is less likely to clog them. When using the vertical regulator horizontally, the openings are more likely to get clogged which can be a safety issue.



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The problem I was having was orange flame on the stove. Looking on line it said that was caused by a defective propane regulator. We were using a humidifier, with the humidifier turn on we got orange flames with the humidifier turned off blue flames.



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Love that it works in freezing temperatures! Perfect for our off grid living!



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Exact replacement to what the camper came with. It works great with no issues



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The mounting holes (4) in the back were not threaded, so we could not use them. We have tried this type of regulator from Camo and Mr Heater. They use the same type of mounting holes / plate and are cheaper, but they stop working after about 3 yrs. We have tried the Auto switching regulators, for two 100lb tanks, they don't work at low temperatures (<0F).



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400k btu’s an hour. Hard to beat that



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MB Sturgis is a quality OEM part on many rvs and the price is right.



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Good company to buy from. (first time, but not the last) I think the gas regulator the camper came with never worked right sense it was bought new. First time it has worked right. The original one was mounted wrong from the factory. Parts got here quick, good packaging to keep from getting damaged in transit.



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I don't know much about propane but this regulator was just what I needed and it works perfectly fine. I was glad I could find one at etrailer.com



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It's exactly what I needed for the perfect fit. One year later, very happy with the product and would definitely buy again if needed.



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Working as designed. No issues with the installation. Be careful plastic black cap on the 2nd stage may be loose as was mine. a challenge to retrieve it where it fell, of course as is always the case. All is well



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The propane regulator I ordered seems to be made of quality as does the flex hose. Will order again when I need. Thanks ..,....

..Merry Christmas to all.



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I ordered two items from Etrailer.com and received my order within days...fast delivery and savings make this my primary RC parts retailer.



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Best regulator of all .Will continue to work in very cold weather.



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Good overall. Time will tell with dependability. As usual these days, not the exact same quality of what it is replacing.



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Works as described and gets the gas to my appliance.



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Mounting holes not tapped. No thread cutting screws. No mounting template.



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I’ve had to replace my regulator twice. So far this one is working great.



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Product was shipped quickly and worked well.



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Reasonable price,fast shipping.Has laster longer than original.

Dano

9/26/2020

No problems



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Promptly delivered and perfect for our application! Gas is back up and running!



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Worked perfect. no more leaking propane.

Martin

9/30/2021

Works as it should!!



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Product worked as advertised and received in timely manner.



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Got what I ordered on time good price great delivery what else could you ask for great experience!;



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product arrived in just a short time and well packaged
This is for a project down the road but I am confident it will work just fine.


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