3) What about pressure range? Lots will list 0-4000psi and 0-100 psi. So that's high and low sides of the regulator but does the regulator itself decide those pressures or can you just change the gauges to whatever you want?
Changing the gauges will change the range at which the pressures can be read, but will not change the (say) delivery pressure.
An analogy is changing the speedometer on your car. If you change it to a range from 0 to 500 km/hr, it does not mean your car's engine can go that fast
So... I'm about to build another parker ir6000. I'm trying to keep the whole thing parker if possible this time which means I need to source a low wattage, stainless parker solenoid. Anyone have any input for me?
I just don't have a lot of time to search anymore and I don't know of any yet..
Well.... Budwiser told me to just order the gauges i wanted.
My next project should include:
a stainless Parker regulator
all Parker stainless pipe fittings
a stainless 2w solenoid
a stainless angle version metering valve with vernier handle
and some really sweat wika gauges that you don't see very often
wish me luck. It's been a while since I put one together. .