Mobile CNG station

Mobile CNG station
fills motor vehicles with compressed natural gas and supplies gas to consumers remote from gas networks. Such a mobile station represents a semi-trailer truck or a tractor-trailer truck with on-board CNG cylinders arranged in modules. The modules are connected to a gas dispensing block that manages and controls the fueling process. Tractors may also be used as a haulage truck. Mobile CNG stations can fill from two to four vehicles simultaneously.

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