Regulator designed for remote starting applications

April 8, 2020 By    

Century Fuel Products’ model C-KN-S second-stage zero governor vapor regulator is designed with an electric shut-off valve at the fuel inlet so fuel does not flow through to the regulator while the engine has no electrical voltage flowing to the solenoid. This new design is suitable for use with low-pressure vaporized gaseous fuels (propane or natural gas) where dependable starting is required. Because of its sensitivity, the C-KN-S is useful for remote starting applications, such as standby power generators, lawn mowers and other small engine applications, says the company. The C-KN-S can supply fuel to an engine as large as 50 hp or to a 37-kilowatt generator.

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