This form is designed to assist AberGas in specifying the most suitable regulator/manifold assembly based on data provided by installers.
Please note: AberGas cannot be held responsible for incorrect specifications if the correct data has not been supplied.
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Where possible any additional information regarding the appliance may help us specify the correct regulator for the job. If there is any further relavant information that may help us it can be listed here.
Demand is best described as the frequency of use of the appliance. Two key ''rules of thumb'' outline Continuous and Non-continuous demand; The commercial rule of thumb states that 1 x 45.0kg cylinder under Continuous demand can supply a total of 50MJ/h, where the residential rule states that an appliance 250MJ/h or under (1 x Paloma 26 for example) requires 1 primary cylinder and 1 reserve, when used under normal, Non-continuous demand in a domestic situation.
1st stage regulator inlet pressure on LPG is normally around 400kPa depending on ambient temperature. 1st stage outlet pressure is normally between 75 - 130 kPa. This becomes 2nd stage inlet pressure.
The site must conform to the clearances shown in the diagrams below (minimum clearance and hazard zone from NZS5261). If the proposed location for the cylinders does not meet these requirements, a new location must be found. Please note on all plans if the installation is to be put next to a structure, or out in the open.
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I declare that the information supplied above to Aber is correct, to the best of my knowledge, and I do not hold Aber responsible for specifications based on any incorrect information supplied.