Emerson 1301 Series Pressure Reducing Regulators Owner's Manual

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Types 1301F and 1301G
D100341X012
Instruction Manual
Form 1111
December 2013
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WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions or
to properly install and maintain this
equipment could result in an explosion,
re and/or chemical contamination
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 Fisher 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
procedures performed by unquali ed
personnel may result in improper
adjustment and unsafe operation. Either
condition may result in equipment
damage or personal injury. Use quali ed
personnel when installing, operating,
and maintaining the 1301 Series high-
pressure regulator.
Introduction
Scope of the Manual
This Instruction Manual provides instructions for the
installation, adjustment, maintenance, and parts ordering
of the Types 1301F and 1301G high-pressure regulators.
Product Description
Types 1301F and 1301G regulators are direct-operated,
high-pressure regulators, which can be used where
high-pressure gas must be reduced for use as pilot
1301 Series High-Pressure Regulators
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 due to their rugged design
as high-pressure reducing regulators for various  uids
such as air, gas, water, and other liquids.
The Type 1301F can handle outlet pressures from
10 to 225 psig / 0.69 to 15.5 bar in three ranges and
the Type 1301G can handle outlet pressures from
200 to 500 psig / 13.8 to 34.5 bar in one range.
Figure 1. Type 1301F High-Pressure Regulator
P1025