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A natural gas regulator works to maintain the fuel at constant pressure as per the recommendation of the burner manufacturer. It is a valve that automatically cuts off the flow of gas at a specific pressure. It works in ... More »

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In general, the residential natural gas pressure is less than 1/4 pound per square inch. In areas where the distribution pipeline pressure is greater than the residential pressure, the meter includes a regulator to decre... More »

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A natural gas regulator reduces gas pressure via a spring valve that pushes against opposing pressure, allowing the valve to open only enough to pressurize the gas within a structure. The regulator regulates gas pressure... More »

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A natural gas regulator reduces gas pressure via a spring valve that pushes against opposing pressure, allowing the valve to open only enough to pressurize the gas within a structure. The regulator regulates gas pressure... More »

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A pressure regulator is a part of the car fuel system that maintains a constant pressure of the fuel and returns any excess fuel to the fuel tank. Using a diaphragm linked to the engine vacuum, the regulator maintains th... More »

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Natural gas is a fossil fuel and a non-renewable energy source. While it is available in abundance in 2014, like petroleum, there is a limit to the amount of natural gas available. The primary compound in natural gas is ... More »

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