Bauer Compressors is placing a renewed emphasis on the burgeoning natural gas vehicles field, and is taking the opportunity of next month’s ACT Expo for the effective re-launch of its CNG compressor packages.
Bauer is developing standardized package designs for compressed natural gas fueling stations for supporting light, medium and heavy duty NGVs.
Under new Bauer Compressors president Tony Bayat, the firm recognized that the every-job-a-custom-job policy needed a re-do. Now, “Customers can purchase a compressor package to satisfy their current fueling requirements and as time goes on and their fleet grows another compressor package can be purchased and added to the existing station easily.”
“We’re going to be showing the first of the standardized products at ACT Expo,” says business development director Paula Hebert. A nationwide dealer network, she says, will “offer a turnkey package to our customers.”
ISO9001 in Germany and Virginia
Bauer boasts a line of compressors rated for 30,000 hours of continuous operation with lifecycle support of up to 40 years. They are manufactured by Bauer’s parent in Germany, ranging in capacity from just 9 standard cubic feet per minute to 700 scfm, with a new water-cooled line for the higher ranges. Packages are assembled in Virginia. Bauer’s German and U.S. facilities are ISO9001-certfied.
There are more than 1,400 Bauer compressor installations in operation worldwide, the company says.
Paula Hebert is a veteran of FuelMaker.
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