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How Does a Natural Gas Pressure Regulator Work?

DATE:2014-09-06 | comments: | posted by:Grady
The regulator accepts signals from the thermostat when turned on and turns off heat manufacture and flow. It also checks and regulates the pressure of the natural gas running via the appliance in keeping with its plan and manufacturer's specifications. It also has a safety element that if no flame is formed the regulator cuts off the flow of natural gas so that any fuel which is not burnt does not come into the home. The setting of any given regulator is regulated by the loading mechanism that is fitted during manufacture. When the regulator handle is turned, the spring within compresses. The pressure is passed to the sensor element, which then triggers the control element to regulate the outgoing pressure of the natural gas.

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