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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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2-Stage, vertical propane regulator connects your propane cylinder to the gas piping system on your travel trailer. It reduces pressure in 2 stages - reduces cylinder pressure to 10 psi and then reduces it to 11" WC - for an efficient gas flow. Lowest 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

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  • 3/8 Inch - Female NPT
  • Dual Stage - Vertical
  • 1/4 Inch - Female NPT
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2-Stage, vertical propane regulator connects your propane cylinder to the gas piping system on your travel trailer. It reduces pressure in 2 stages - reduces cylinder pressure to 10 psi and then reduces it to 11" WC - for an efficient gas flow.


Features:

  • 2-Stage propane regulator reduces pressure in 2 stages and provides a steady flow of gas
    • Stage 1 reduces cylinder pressure to 10 psi to stabilize gas
    • Stage 2 reduces pressure to 11" WC so that gas flow is safe for appliances
  • Vertical-mount regulator can only be used for vertical tanks
  • Regulator can maintain 9" WC to keep appliances running in extremely cold temperatures
  • 6:00 Vent allows condensation to leak out when used with DOT propane cylinders on travel trailers
  • Highest flow rate in the Class A, B, and C markets lets you run all of your appliances at optimal gas pressure
  • UL144 certified
  • Designed for LP gas only
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Fitting sizes:
    • 1/4" Female NPT inlet
    • 3/8" Female NPT outlet
  • Temperature range: -20 F to 120 F
  • Maximum flow capacity: 400,000 Btu per hour


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






Customer Reviews

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (58 Customer Reviews)

2-Stage, vertical propane regulator connects your propane cylinder to the gas piping system on your travel trailer. It reduces pressure in 2 stages - reduces cylinder pressure to 10 psi and then reduces it to 11" WC - for an efficient gas flow.

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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.


Comments
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.
-- Etrailer Expert Brooke M - 05/02/2022

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



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



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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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Worked perfect. no more leaking propane.


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Works as it should!!
Martin - 09/30/2021

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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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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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Good products, fair prices.



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


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No problems
Dano - 09/26/2020

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



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



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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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Review from a similar Sturgi-Stay in Propane Fittings


A couple years back, I purchased a different product off the “A” place. It had constant leaks, and the 1/4 inch pol soft nosed connection to the extend a stay tee, was very difficult to seal. Even the cheap, plastic hose broke at the tee end. A lot of propane leaked out over time. Not enough to smell, but soapy water, lots of bubbles. Contacted etrailer, they recommeded this product. First, the tee is made in the USA unlike the cheap Chinese crap I previously purchased off [online store] Second, the connections in this are different, and created a solid seal. NO LEAKS! Third. The two ports are quick connect, saving having to wrench them on and off as I had to on the other model. Fourth, customer service is and always has been first rate at etrailer.

So, overall, etrailer rocks! This is a great product. Saving a couple bucks at the”A” place cost me a lot more than if I just used etrailer in the first place. THANKS GUYS!



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Review from a similar Sturgi-Stay in Propane Fittings


Seemed like the easiest way to get dual extra output (Buddy heater and grill).
Works fine.


Comments
Havent used it. Motorhome sat for the winter because of the Covid.
Brad W - 03/26/2021

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Review from a similar Sturgi-Stay in Propane Fittings


Very happy with the purchase. Bought so I could put a propane tank in a stable holder when transporting. Works great.


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