Storage vessels are designed to hold gas at high pressure after it leaves the compressors. Regardless of a CNG station's fueling pattern or dispensing system (slow-fill or fast-fill), gas storage systems can be extremely useful in reducing fill times and ensuring fuel availability at all times.
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Fleet and Fuels Magazine recently interviewed Trillium Senior VP Bill Zobel for their Wastecon issue. In the article, Zobel highlighted the importance of smaller compressor packages that deliver "reliable fueling at fair prices."
The Fleets and Fuels Magazine article can be found online here.
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Trillium will be participating in this year's National NGV Conference-Summit and SWANA's Wastecon Expo in Boston, MA.
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Though it is certainly possible to successfully operate a CNG fueling station with a single compressor, in most cases fleets want fueling redundancy, to prevent potential fueling downtime and missed rollouts.
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Within any CNG fueling system, the natural gas compressors are the components that transform ordinary, low-pressure gas into a high-power vehicular fuel.
There are several types of gas compressors, most being classified as Positive Displacement compressors. This category of compressors can be broken down into two main types:
Reciprocating – Includes single-acting and double-acting designs, as well as diaphragm compressors
Rotary – Includes lesser used types such as scroll, screw and liquid ring compressors
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