Maxitrol 325 L Series Line Pressure Regulator
Maxitrol is the manufacturer of premium natural gas regulators used in commercial, residential and industrial applications. Frank Kern Jr. acquired the Detroit Regulator Company in 1946, and in 1953, the company changed its name to Maxitrol Company after being awarded a patent for its Straight-Thru-Flow (STF) regulator design, known as the Maxitrol (for Maximum Control). This innovative design provided a significant reduction in pressure drop, permitting the regulator for use at higher capacities at low inlet pressures. This change had a substantial impact on the industry and is the foundation of the company's growth.
Maxitrol 325 Series
One of Maxitrol's latest innovations is the Maxitrol 325 Series regulators for 2-psi and 5-psi piping systems. Models are available for appliance main burner or pilot applications and as line pressure regulators. The regulators are suitable for natural gas, manufactured gas, mixed gases, liquefied petroleum gases, and LP gas-air mixtures.
We distribute the line pressure regulators and line pressure regulators with OPD (overpressure protection) models 325-3L, 325-5L, 325-7AL, 325-9L.
The company's headquarters is in Southfield, Michigan with production facilities in Blissfield and Colon, Michigan.
Linc Energy is a distributor for the Maxitrol line pressure regulators.
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