BelGAS Pressure Regulators
BelGAS, a division of Marsh Bellofram, has more than 40 years of market experience and is an international frontrunner in the design and manufacture of high and low-pressure regulators. The company’s headquarters is in Newell, West Virginia. All BelGas products are well-known for high-quality, accuracy, and reliability in critical applications.
The BelGAS regulator line includes models for various applications:
BelGAS P140 – A compact residential pressure regulator ideal for natural gas, air, propane, and general-purpose gas pressure regulation
BelGAS P143 – A gas pressure regulator ideal for natural gas, air, propane, and general-purpose gas pressure regulation. Applications include commercial, residential and light industrial for burners and unit heaters.
P300 Series – Line of small commercial, manual, direct-acting, self-operating, spring-loaded adjustable gas pressure regulators
P200 Series – Line of full-size medium commercial, manual, direct-acting, self-operating, spring-loaded adjustable gas pressure regulators used in pressure reduction applications
P212 – A full-size medium commercial direct-operating, spring-loaded adjustable gas pressure regulator, used in pressure reduction applications
P203 and P203H – Gas pressure reducing regulators available with an actual monitor regulator, acting independently of the primary regulator for commercial or industrial service applications
BelGAS Type P133 – Gas pressure reducing regulator ideal for commercial and industrial furnaces and burners, where accuracy and sensitivity are critical
P627 – A spring-loaded, direct-operated, low and high gas pressure regulator, for oil and gas industry applications such as farm tap
W627 – A spring-loaded, a direct-operated regulator for liquified gas service
Belgas Regulator Distributors
Linc Energy Systems is an authorized distributor for BelGAS pressure regulators. In many cases, the regulators provide competitively priced replacements to popular models that may have extended delivery times, such as Itron (Actaris, Sprague), Emerson Fisher, Elster American Meter (Honeywell) and Sensus (Rockwell, Invensys, Equimeter).
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