Emerson 1098H-EGR Pressure Reducing Regulators for LP-Gas Owner's Manual

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Types 1098-EGR and 1098H-EGR
D100339X012
Instruction Manual
Form 5084
October 2014
www.fisherregulators.com
Types 1098-EGR and 1098H-EGR Pressure
Reducing Regulators
!
WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions or
to properly install and maintain this
equipment could result in an explosion,
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causing property damage and personal
injury or death.
Fisher
®
regulators must be installed,
operated and maintained in accordance
with federal, state and local codes, rules
and regulations and Emerson Process
Management Regulator Technologies, Inc.
(Emerson™) instructions.
If the regulator vents gas or a leak
develops in the system, service to the unit
may be required. Failure to correct trouble
could result in a hazardous condition.
Installation, operation and maintenance
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personnel may result in improper
adjustment and unsafe operation. Either
condition may result in equipment
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personnel when installing, operating and
maintaining the Types 1098-EGR and
1098H-EGR pressure reducing regulator.
Introduction
Scope of the Manual
This manual describes and provides instructions
and parts list for Type 1098-EGR or 1098H-EGR
regulator complete with a standard P590 Series
lter and either a 6350 Series regulator, a 61 Series
pilot or a Type Y600AM pilot. The Type 1806 relief
Figure 1. Type 1098-EGR
W6956
valve is also covered when a 61 Series pilot is used.
Instructions and parts lists for monitoring pilots and
other equipment used with this regulator are found in
separate manuals.
Description
Types 1098-EGR and 1098H-EGR regulators provide
economical and accurate pressure control in a
wide variety of applications: natural gas distribution
systems; fuel gas supply to industrial boilers, furnaces,
ovens and mixers; and large commercial/industrial
establishments such as shopping centers and schools.
They are also used in plant air service and in liquid
service where a slow stroking time (approximately
30 to 90 seconds) is desired on both opening and
closing the main valve.