To ensure transport over long distances, natural gas is compressed to up to 100 bar. On the way to the consumer, the pressure is then reduced again to a few millibars overpressure. This pressure reduction requires a so-called gas pressure control and measuring system. This measures and regulates the gas volume flows and serves to safeguard the different operating pressures in the adjacent lines.
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