This Changeover regulator allows two cylinders to be connected at the same time and when one cylinder runs out, it automatically switches to the second cylinder.
The changeover automatically switches to the reserve cylinder when the pressure falls in the supply cylinder.
The indicator arrow turns red when the system has changed over and points to the empty cylinder.
The indicator turns white when turned towards the new service cylinder.
Input pressure: 0.3 16bar
Expansion pressure: 30mbar (max. 35mbar; min 30mbar)
Guaranteed output: 1.5kg/h
Inlet connection: 20x1.5M (G13 of Standard EN 12864)
Outlet connection: compression fitting 10mm diameter
Camping and Caravan Direct use DPD for all of our UK Deliveries, if when placing your order you include your email address and your mobile telephone number (if available) they will then send you and email or a text to your phone with an approximate delivery time for your goods.
UK Mainland Only - Next Working Day
Free Delivery on all orders over £100
Under £100 delivery is - £6.50
Delivery before 12 - £12.00
Saturday delivery - £14.95
Scottish Highlands - 2 - 3 Working Days - £13.95
Scottish Islands / Channel Islands / Isle of Wight / Scilly Isles - £16.95
Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland - £12.95
(Please note some post codes may take 2 to 3 days for delivery)
Customers can also call into our showroom and collect any item they would wish to purchase. Please telephone in advance
When can I expect my goods to be delivered?
If we receive your order before 3pm (GMT) and your items are in stock, we will dispatch the same day! Delivery can then be expected next day for mainland UK. Please note, due to occasional problems with electronic systems, delays may occur in TGS receiving orders via email or the website, and this may affect delivery.
We will refund or credit any item returned within 7 days of purchase if it has been damaged in transit or the wrong item has been dispatched, provided the item is unused and in its original packaging. If any item is returned because of being faulty, and after inspected is found to be in perfect order then carriage costs would be paid by the customer.