|Place of Origin:||Assemble In Mexico|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||6sets|
|Price:||USD210-220 Each One Set|
|Packaging Details:||6sets packed in one carton,carton size 39*27*19cm,10kg each carton.|
|Delivery Time:||2 work-days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100sets Every Month|
|Name:||Fisher 1301F-2 High Pressure Gas Regulator||End Connetion:||1/4" NPT|
|Inlet Pressure:||6000psi(414Bar)||Outlet Pressure Range:||50 - 150 Psi (3.4-10.3bar)|
|Flow Rate:||60-90m3/h||Application:||Compression，Facilities & Process Utilities，Plant Air，Pressure Control，Wellhead|
|Body Material:||Brass||Type:||Gas Regulator|
Fisher 1301F-2 Model Brass Body Material High Pressure Gas Regulator
Types 1301F and 1301G regulators are self-operated, high-pressure regulators, which can
be used where high pressure gas must be reduced for use as pilot supply pressure in pilot-operated
regulators or as loading pressure in pressure-loaded regulators. Types 1301F and 1301G regulators
can also be used in many other applications as high-pressure reducing regulators for various gases.
The proven reliability and accurate regulation of the Type 1301F high pressure regulator makes it ideal
for numerous high-pressure drop applications. This multi-purpose regulator can be used as pilot supply
or pressure-loading regulators where high-pressure operating medium must be reduced for use by gas
regulator pilots or pressure-loaded regulators. Its rugged design offers versatility for a wide variety of applications.
Type 1301F: Direct-operated high-pressure reducing regulator for inlet pressures up to 6000 psig / 414 bar
and outlet pressure ranges from 10 to 225 psig / 0,69 to 15,5 bar
Body Size and End Connection Style
Maximum Inlet Pressure
6000 psig / 414 bar
Outlet Pressure Ranges
|1301F-1||10 to 75||0.69 to 5.2||Blue|
|1301F-2||50 to 150||3.4 to 10.3||Silver|
|1301F-3||100 to 225||6.9 to 15.5||Red|
Maximum Emergency Outlet Pressure
Type 1301F: 250 psig / 17,2 bar
-20° to 180°F / -29° to 82°C
ApplicationCompression,Facilities & Process Utilities,Plant Air,Pressure Control,Wellhead
Can be used for natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, Nirogen Gas,air and other gases.
Principle of Operation
The 1301 Series regulators are direct-operated.Downstream pressure is registered internally through
the body to the underside of the diaphragm. When downstream pressure is at or above set pressure,
the disk is held against the orifice and there is no flow through the regulator. When demand increases,
downstream pressure decreases slightly allowing the regulator spring to extend, moving the yoke and
disk assembly down and away from the orifice. This allows flow through the body to the downstream system.
As the downstream pressure reaches its setpoint, it starts to overcome the spring force, which is sensed by the
diaphragm, moving the yoke and disk assembly up near its orifice, restricting flow across the regulator.
The 1301 Series regulators have an outlet pressure rating lower than their inlet pressure rating. If actual inlet
pressure can exceed the outlet pressure rating,outlet overpressure protection is necessary. However,overpressuring
any portion of the regulators beyond
the limits in Specifications section may cause leakage,damage to regulator parts, or personal injury due to bursting of
Some type of external overpressure protection should be provided if inlet pressure will be high enough to damage
downstream equipment. Common methods of external overpressure protection include relief valves, monitoring regulators,
shutoff devices, and series regulation.
If the regulator is exposed to an overpressure condition, it should be inspected for any damage that may have occurred.
Regulator operation below these limits does not preclude the possibility of damage from external sources or from debris in the pipeline.
With installation completed and downstream equipment adjusted, slowly open the upstream and downstream block valves
while using pressure gauges to monitor pressure.
If adjustment is necessary, loosen the locknut (key 18, Figures 3 and 4), and turn the adjusting screw (key 15, Figures 3
and 4) clockwise to increase the set pressure or counterclockwise to decrease the set pressure. Monitor pressure with
gauges during adjustment. When adjustment is complete, tighten the locknut. If the desired outlet
pressure is not within the range of the regulator spring, install a spring with a desired range
according to the Maintenance section.
Contact Person: Barry