The natural gas regulator is applied in the safe operation and use of natural gas appliances. The regulator accepts signals from the thermostat when to turn on and turn off heat manufacture and flow. A natural gas regulator accepts incoming gas from a line that is under very high pressure. Through a set of internal valves, it lowers the pressure of the gas to the level that a specific appliance is designed to function at. A regulator has three main working parts namely: the loading mechanism, the sensor element and the control device. All these three parts work together to reduce and control the level of pressure that the natural gas is travelling under. The setting of any given regulator is regulated by the loading mechanism that is fixed during its manufacture. An internal spring often plays this role and when the regulator handle is turned, the spring compresses. That pressure is then transmitted to the sensor element, which in turn prompts the control element to regulate the outgoing pressure of the natural gas.