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HON 402 Gas Regulator

Honeywell offers the HON 402 pilot-operated gas pressure regulator available with a safety shut-off valve (SSV) that s ideal for applications involving a large inlet pressure range. The regulator is ideal for deployment at offtake stations in gas transmission centers as well as power plants and industrial facilities. ​​​​

HON 402 Gas Regulator
Honeywell regulators/Gas Pressure Regulators up to PN 40 (ANSI 300)

Features include:

-Large inlet pressure range
-With inline pilot HON 620 or pilot Series HON 630 (externally)
-HON 630-1 (formerly HON 640), single stage type for inlet pressure variation

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