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CNGci Reports Two Canada Approvals

May 2, 2016 in CNG, NGVs by Patrick Couch  |  No Comments

CNG Cylinders International reports approval of its Type III CNG fuel cylinders in British Columbia (Canadian Registration Number R2348.15) and Ontario (CRN R2348.5), substantially broadening its market penetration.

CNGci customers include Mainstay Fuel Technologies, which uses the big Type IIIs for both back-of-cab and rail-mounted fuel system assemblies.

CNGci customers include Mainstay Fuel Technologies, which uses the big Type III tanks for rugged service trucks.



CNGci offers large Type III, carbon fiber-on-aluminum cylinders – with diameters of 23 and 25 inches – for their superior heat dissipation when fueling, “allowing for significantly more gas and thus more usable DGE in the cylinder under fast-fill conditions, which is an industry game-changer.”

CNGci uses seamlessly forged AL6061 liners with an aerospace-grade carbon fiber full body overwrap. Aluminum billets yield “a stronger, superior product,” the company says.

CNGci’s 93.5-inch tank can hold 49.2 DGEs under fast-fill conditions. The company is based in Oxnard, Calif.


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Source: CNGci with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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