The B42 is a spring-loaded self-operated regulator with internal relief option. The regulator features a molded diaphragm, 6:1 lever ratio and a one-inch vent.
Itron Model B-42 Regulator
The Itron B42 regulator is conventionally built, incorporating a molded diaphragm and increased lever ratio resulting in a lighter, more compact unit providing the power, capacity, and relief performance of substantially larger units. Because of its reduced weight, it is easier to handle and install especially in limited spaces, and it has a lower profile meter set. The Itron model B-42 is used for residential services, 2 PSIG systems and light commercial services.
Itron B42 Residential for Natural Gas
B42 R, N, HP Residential and Light Commercial
Itron model B-42 is uniquely constructed to give utilities the edge they need in an increasingly complex and competitive marketplace. The B42 excels with benefits of size, safety, performance, and cost. The regulator also offers three connection options which provide flexibility for your regulation needs.
- Maximum Inlet Pressure - 125 PSIG
- Connection Sizes 1/2", 3/4", 1", 1-1/4"
- Max. Flow Range 2,000 SCFH
The Itron or Actaris B42R is the internal relief version of the B42 Series.
Itron Model B-42
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