Natural Gas Regulator Sizing Calculators Programs, and Tools

 In Measurement and Control of Natural Gas

In my earlier posts, I always encourage customers to call me, or our experienced staff for natural gas regulator sizing. Every once in awhile, a customer will ask for the links to the regulator sizing programs. For this reason, I am providing links to manufacturers’ sites who offer programs, calculators, or sizing tools below. Please know, however, we still prefer to size our regulators the old-fashioned way. In other words, collect the information and message us or CALL!

Need assistance sizing a reg? Call 303 697-6701 or message here.

Natural Gas Regulator Sizing

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Not all regulator manufacturers offer such tools – or they are not available at the time of this note [Belgas, Sensus (formerly Rockwell, Invensys, Equimeter), Honeywell (Elster American Meter)]. Of course, we cannot endorse the accuracy of any of these programs. In any case, before using the tools, you will likely be asked to provide:

  1. Gas Type
  2. Minimum Inlet Pressure (PSIG or ” W.C.)
  3. Maximum Inlet Pressure (PSIG or ” W.C.)
  4. Outlet Set Pressure (PSIG or ” W.C.)
  5. Maximum Capacity Required (SCFH, BTU/H)
  6. Pipe Size
  7. Location (indoor or outdoor?)
  8. Perhaps more

Manufacturers Regulator Sizing Tools

Here are the links to pages that will direct you to the manufacturer’s program or calculator:

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