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Romet Plug

Romet Plug

Rugged and Reliable Performance You Can Count On
Romet Test Plugs allow you to safely and easily take pressure and temperature readings on a pressurized line, saving you time and money by eliminating the need for permanently installed gauges and temperature indicators. The Romet Plug also provides a safe and easy access point for oiling rotary gas meters under pressure.

The Romet Plug is composed of a rugged brass housing with a protective cap and two internal self-closing valves. This design allows a temperature probe or a gauge adapter, with the appropriate pressure gauge, to be safely inserted through the self-closing valves of the Romet Plug. Once all readings, tests and adjustments are made, the probe can easily be removed, and the two valves automatically seal. The brass cap adds an extra layer of protection and provides an additional seal.

The Romet plug can simply be installed into a 1/4” NPT or 9/16-18 UNF straight thread fitting to receive a 1/16” or 1/8” OD temperature and pressure probe.

Depending on the application, the Romet Plug is pressure rated to a maximum of 500 psig at temperatures from -40°F to 200°F and 1000 psig from -20°F to 140°F.b

Specifications:
Material Specification Maximum Pressure & Temperature Connection Type
Brass body & Neoprene Core 500 psig @ -40°F to 200°F 1/4″ NPT
Brass body & Neoprene Core. 1000 psig @ -20°F to 140°F 1/4″ NPT
Brass body & Neoprene Core w/ Buna-N O-Ring 500 psig @ -40°F to 200°F 9/16-18 UNF
Brass body & Neoprene Core w/ Buna-N O-Ring 1000 psig @ -20°F to 140°F 9/16-18 UNF

Download:
Romet Plug Data Sheet

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Jim passed away on June 15, 2021. He will be greatly missed by his colleagues, family, friends and the many people he impacted over his 89 years of life. His full obituary can be found here.

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