When it comes to gas-powered cooking equipment, pressure is often the name of the game. Not enough and you’ll never reach the temperatures you’re aiming for. Way too much and there’s a good chance you could burn down your establishment. Fortunately, having a few gas pressure regulators in place doing what they do best is an easy way to keep everything in line and working properly. A great place to start when you’re inspecting gas-related problems, checking your pressure regulators for leaks and cracks on a regular basis and replacing them when necessary, is all part of playing (and winning) that restaurant cooking game we’re talking about.