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Gas Regulators

Categories of Regulators
In an effort to assist you, the Regulator portion of this site has been categorized into the following groups. Click on the desired category to link to specific model information:
       
Category Pressure Range Flow Range Sizes
Low Pressure Appliance Style Up to 5 PSIG Up to 127 MCFH ¾" to 6"
Medium Pressure Commercial Industrial Up to 150 PSIG Up to 128 MCFH ¾" to 2"
High Pressure Industrial Up to 1000 PSIG Up to 589 MCFH ¾" to 4"

Basics of Gas Regulators
The primary purpose of a regulator is to maintain a steady pressure to a device or system when the flow and upstream pressure to the regulator varies over time. For a regulator to do this it must be properly sized for the application. Too many people believe that this sizing is nothing more than "Give me a 1-1/2" regulator!" Well, to be honest, a 1-1/2" regulator could work for a commercial hot water heater rated at 1 MMBTUH or serve a fire-tube boiler firing 15 MMBTUH.

Click below for helpful information
Proper Sizing of Regulators
Basic Installation of Regulators
Common Trouble Shooting Tips

Types of Regulators

Low Pressure Regulators
Medium Pressure Regulators
High Pressure Regulators





 
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