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Newell, WV -- March 28, 2016 -- The BelGAS division of Marsh Bellofram Corporation, a member of the Bellofram Group of Companies, today introduced its Type P203 and P203H pressure reducing regulators for industrial commercial and utility service applications.

Designed for maximum durability, BelGAS P203 and P203H regulators are offered with cast iron bodies, with aluminum bonnets and diaphragm casings and with a durable powder-coated epoxy exterior finish. The regulators are available with a true monitor regulator, which acts independently of the main regulator. The monitor provides equivalent overpressure protection when compared to a standard two-regulator setup; should one regulator fail, the other regulator will provide control and overpressure protection to the system. Units offer installation versatility, internal relief, and fast action to minimize shock. The regulators are available in a wide range of available flow capacities and pressure control ranges.

The BelGAS P203 and P203H is an ideal regulator for medium and large commercial and industrial applications where consumption and usage varies greatly caused by quick acting valves within the systems causing instantaneous load changes and shock. Gas fired production equipment like those found in steel and glass production, and many times installed in boiler applications where large demands are required instantaneously. Large commercial buildings such as schools, universities and offices that have multi-floor heating requirements that require constant, high flow demand on the delivery system. The P203 can be used in a single installation or as a worker / monitor setup.

For more information about BelGAS P203 and P203H pressure reducing regulators or other BelGAS products available from Marsh Bellofram, visit www.marshbellofram.com/belgas.

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