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Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Functions of Regulator

Functions of Regulator Points : Functions of Regulator The main functions of a regulator are:
  1. Acetylene valve decrease the inlet pressure of utmost of on 18kg/square cm to torch pressure of not more than 0.8kg per square cm. A 30 kg per square cm is attached to high pressure side and a gauge 8.5kg/square cm is close to the low pressure side.
  2. Oxygen valve decrease the cylinder pressure as of 150kg/square cm depending ahead the torch and size of tip. A 220 kg/square cm gauge is close to high pressure side and a gauge reading up to 11 kg per square cm or less is close to the low pressure side.
  3. To preserve a stable pressure at the torch-tip despite of any difference that may take put in the source.
  4. Decrease the Inlet pressure as of generator, cylinder or manifold to that, necessary at the blow pipe.
  5. To regulate the delivery at the preferred pressure inside its range.

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