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Linc Energy Systems is now an authorized distributor of the Honeywell HON R100 Series high-pressure gas regulator. This line of regulators was formerly manufactured under the Gorter brand.

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There are some parameters needed to size a natural gas regulator properly to recommend the right unit for an application. This is true, no matter the brand, whether Itron, Emerson, Maxitrol or Belgas. While there are automated sizing programs available on the internet, until these apps are unfailing, I still do it the old-fashioned way. Call me old school, but it allows me to chat with our customers and assure them that they are getting the correct regulator for their application.

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  • Robby  Causey
    Robby Causey says #
    Is there anywhere I can get a book or literature on studying more about gas and gas regulators in depth.

Natural gas regulators require venting. Here are some regulator vent tips and an introduction to IMAC Systems’ Vent Line Protector.

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  • Steven
    Steven says #
    I’ve also had some regulators with little to short runs for me inside homes and also outside that would make a vibration or harmon
  • John Benko
    John Benko says #
    You reference not to install " excessive fittings or long runs" on regulator vent piping, what length is considered to long? I hav
  • Guest
    Guest says #
    Thanks for the vent line tip.
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