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The Pure Energy Centre designs and offers complete Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) service station solutions. We will be proud to supply you with our CNG dispensers (CNG fueler, CNG refueler), CNG compressors, CNG storage and CNG safety systems.
The Pure Energy Centre can provide you with full after sale support with unique operation and maintenance packages. Our highly-qualified and experienced CNG staff will ensure rapid onsite assistance.
The Pure CNG products offer:
Below are some of the Pure Energy Centre CNG products.
- CNG Dispenser
- CNG Storage Systems
- CNG Monitoring System
- CNG Compressor
- CNG Gas panels
- CNG Safety systems
- CNG Pod for housing
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What is CNG and CNG products?
Compressed natural gas (CNG) is a fossil fuel substitute for petrol (gasoline), diesel fuel, or other type of gases such as propane and Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The main reason CNG is used within the transport is due to the level of greenhouse gases produced during CNG combustion. In most cases, the emission from CNG combustion is lower than other type of fuels and as such CNG is a more environmentally friendly fuel. CNG gas is in fact considered as a clean alternative to petrol, diesel and other fuel types.
Compressed Natural Gas is also much safer than other fuels. When CNG gas spills, and as natural gas is lighter than air, then it disperses quickly in its surroundings (this is true as long as CNG is not released in a closed environment).
In many occasions, CNG is mixed with biogas. Biogas is usually produced from landfills or wastewater in the cities surroundings. Capturing biogas and mixing it with CNG then combusting it is highly beneficial. Studies have revealed that releasing biogas in the atmosphere is more damaging to the environment then burning. This is why many major cities and towns are investing in biogas production system and mixing it to CNG for transport applications, energy generation or others.
It is very simple to make CNG. To do so, natural gas is used. This natural gas is then compressed to a given pressure, say 100 bar for instance. The end product is then compressed natural gas.
Compressed Natural Gas is mainly composed of methane gas. Methane is also known with the abbreviation ‘CH4’. To compress the natural gas, a CNG compressor is used. The CNG compressor takes as input the natural gas at a low pressure and provide at its output the same natural gas but at a much higher pressure.
When compressed the CNG is then stored in CNG cylinders (usually in cylindrical or spherical shapes). These cylinders are then transported and distributed. There are many different types of CNG cylinders, some are made for CNG stationary applications only and others for CNG transport applications. Depending the application a CNG cylinder is sometime called CNG storage, CNG canister, CNG tube and others.
When CNG is stored, it can be dispensed into vehicles using a CNG dispenser. A CNG dispenser ususally comes with one single CNG hose or a dual one. CNG Dispensers are also called CNG refueler, CNG station, CNG pump amongst others.
Compressed Natural Gas can be used in traditional petrol based internal combustion engine cars. These cars must be converted for CNG fuel usage. When converted the cars become bi-fuel vehicles (petrol and CNG fuelled cars).
Natural gas vehicles are becoming more and more popular due to the increase in petrol fuel prices. It is also becoming more popular due to many countries environmental concerns. CNG highly used in Asia and especially in taxis, tuk-tuks, transit vans, 4×4, school buses, and even trains.
The cost of converting to a CNG car is still a barrier for the wide uptake of CNG vehicles. CNG public transport vehicles is nevertheless widely accepted as public sector benefits from large order means and therefore can amortise more quickly the capital investment by leveraging it through the new and cheaper CNG fuel. In spite of the cost for CNG conversion being a barrier the number of vehicles that use CNG globally has grown steadily between 20 to 30 percent rate annually.