The Type P143 gas pressure regulator from BelGAS is ideal for natural gas, air, propane and general purpose gas pressure regulation. Uses include commercial, residential and light industrial for burners and unit heaters.
BelGAS General Purpose Type P40 and Type P40 NACE Natural Gas and Propane Regulators are reliable precision units designed for instrumentation and general purpose use in both standard (P40), and corrosive environments (P40 NACE).
The BelGAS Type P38 Type P38 Spring Opposed Non-Relieving Gas and Propane Regulator is diaphragm-operated device, using a patented balanced pintle design to eliminate unsteady changes in outlet pressure due to inlet pressure fluctuations.
The BelGAS Type P37 natural gas and propane regulator contains many of the same characteristics as the Type P38, but at a reduced price. At 110 SCFM (16.5 Mbtu/hr), the P37 offers flow rates comparable to current market suppliers.
The BelGAS Type P36 preset gas pressure regulator is available to order with the exact level of required regulation. Ideal for areas requiring tamper resistant components or where incidental re-adjustment is a concern.
The BelGAS Type P1808 pilot-operated gas pressure relief valve, or back pressure regulator, is used in gas or liquid service to maintain pressure on oil and gas separators and in pressure relief applications in gas distribution systems.
The Type L627 high flow LP gas pressure regulator is a spring-loaded, direct-operated regulator, expressly designed to meet the demands of the oil and gas industries. These regulators provide durability with a powder-coated epoxy exterior finish, as well as installation […]
The BelGAS Type P200P series gas pressure regulator is a manual, direct acting, self-operating, spring loaded adjustable regulator, used in applications where high-reliability pressure reduction is required.
The P300 Gas Pressure Regulator from BelGAS is a manual, direct acting, self-operating, spring loaded adjustable pressure regulator. The P300 series is used in applications where pressure reduction is required. The regulator will reduce the risk of “shock” from abrupt […]