Victor Propane Regulator - G250 Medium Duty 0781-9410
Gas:Propane (LP Gas)
Victor® Propane Regulator - G250 Medium Duty 0781-9410
The Victor® G250-60-510LP Propane Regulator is designed for reliable performance in medium duty gas applications. It features a solid brass body with a high alloy bonnet. The pressure adjusting knob is ergonomically designed and color-coded, for easy gas service identification. The G250 propane regulator also has dual 2 inch gauges with high-contrast faces.
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- CDcharles D k.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars2 weeks agoLPG regulator
Have a new forge, it came with very trashy regulator, could not see running 32 psi gas with it. Have been Cyberweld customer for several yrs and turns out they had perfect reg for my replacement, using it already, but chasing leaks in my new rig anyway, My first choice for good welding gear and best prices.
- CSCarlos S.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 3 out of 5 stars2 months agoSticky Pressure Gauge
When the regulator arrived, one of the clear plastic covers had fallen off. The gauge on the high pressure side (tank) gets stuck and you have to tap it so it will show a reading. Overall not very impressed with the quality. I know this is a cheap regulator, but you will find generic ones with better build quality.
- BHBoyd H.Verified BuyerI do not recommend this productRated 1 out of 5 stars2 years agoVictor propane regulator
I purchased this regulator to replace the standard cheap propane regulators that comes on grills and such. I am tired of replacing them on a yearly basis. This regulator works, but not in this application. It packs the line with a large amount of gas during non-use, and when it is first turned on, it will produce a very large flames. It then trickles back down to the regulated pressure. It will also vary in it's pressure. One day it's too much and then the next it has to be readjusted to even keep aflame on. I have to constantly adjust the regulator on a daily basis. I do not know if there is a solution to this problem, or that I am using it incorrectly.... but it was a bit expensive and will most likely be relegated to the workshop shelf.
- CRChris R.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars2 years agogood deal