Both systems are compact and measure 12” by 12” on the front panel and only 16” deep; weight is about 50 lbs. They can be installed “anywhere” indoors without special site preparation. They are quiet and can be placed right in your work area.
A Pressure Booster is easy to use...just turn it on and get all the gas you need. When you are not using high pressure gas the Pressure Booster automatically goes into recirculation mode. They are designed to be left running for short periods when gas is not being used and do not require operator attention as gas usage is started and stopped.
The system includes a flexible 5’ hose for connection to the gas pipe and a shutoff
valve. Customers may also purchase a regulator to set gas pressure between 1-
Both Torch Boosters need a gas supply pipe with less than 1 psi pressure and at least 1/2” diameter. Power requirement is 120V 15 amp.
quiet and can be installed in your work area
without special site preparation.
An important advantage of a TB-
Many natural gas compressors must be installed outdoors with lengthy piping required
to bring high pressure gas service to the point where it is used. A G-
There is no expensive administrative time to secure permits, no special safety or environmental site requirements. Maintenance is simple to perform and parts are not expensive. Training required for operation and maintenance is minimal.
The system comes with a 5’ flexible hose and shut off valve that your plumber attaches to the existing gas pipe and that screws onto the Pressure Booster at the other end. Now you’re connected!
On the high pressure outlet many G-
A 5 foot flexible hose is included with the Pressure Booster to connect to the low pressure natural gas pipe.
A regulator can be added to adjust output pressure between 1-
Find out more about how G-
Limited Pressure Booster customization is available for supply gas pressure, output
pressure and flow volume. Contact G-
Simple indoor installation without special site preparation
Easy, simple installation...almost anywhere!
CSA International is accredited in the United States by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), and in Canada by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC).
Whatever your pressure and flow requirement there is a G-