Our collection of blog posts and published articles feature educational information designed to help your organization improve safety and reduce risk.

Q: Why do I need gas pressure switches?

A: At a minimum there are two crucial gas pressure switches in a valve train, one for low pressure and one for high pressure. The low gas pressure switch ensures

Q: Why should I add a flex joint in my piping?

A: Besides accommodating thermal expansion, flexible joints (compensators) isolate the valve train from potentially harmful piping-induced stresses such as vibration or piping misalignment. The potential of safety equipment malfunctioning due

Q: Why does my building’s gas pressure matter?

A: When a building’s service pressure exceeds an appliances’ inlet pressure capability, a line regulator is added to manageably reduce the pressure. But if that line regulator were to fail,

Q: Should my burner be tuned and adjusted?

A: Yes! For a variety of reasons, burner control shifts as operating conditions change and controls drift. Mechanical devices have components that age over time. Elastomers deteriorate and often become

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