- On-line CNG fuel stations
These stations can be divided into two types, namely fast fill or time fill stations (or a combination of the two).
- Fast fill is best suited for light duty vehicles who need a fast fill and therefore the CNG has a higher pressure.
- Time fill on the other hand is best suited for vehicles with large tanks, the time to fill the tank is slower (compared to fast fill) but results in a fuller thank.
Both fast and time fill stations can use the on-line BBR compressor to convert the pressure of the CNG from the supply line (0.5 to 90 bar) to a higher pressure for storage and usage later on.
- Mother & daughter CNG stations for industrial applications
This system makes use of CNG ancillaries in order to reduce the pressure of the CNG , when a trailer arrives at the daughter station.
In order to transport a higher amount of CNG from the mother to the daughter station, the pressure of the CNG stored in the trailer (250 bar) is higher than the pressure at the point of use (0.5 to 0.8 bar).
At this point pressure reducing systems come at use to lower the pressure in order to transfer the CNG from the trailer to the daughter station.
- Mother & daughter CNG fuel stations
Similar to the CNG filling stations for industrial applications, trailers from the mother station also arrive to supply the daughter CNG fuel station.
However in this case the pressure of the gas, when transferred from trailer to daughter station, is managed by a VIP compressor package.
This solution fully utilizes the pressure energy within the trailer to bypass the CNG to the right pressure and thus guarantees a more efficient operation.
- Pressure reducing systems
- Fill panels
- Training filling panel post
- Trailer decant post
- Ground storage modules