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CAP Filters and a Deal with Bruckner

April 21, 2015 in Companies, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

A Coalescing Filters Order Worth About $374,000 Over a Year,
Separate Dual Fuel Sales Pact with Volvo-Mack Dealer Bruckner

UK- and San Diego-based Clean Air Power, best known for its pioneering work in dual fuel engines, reports major new business for its components unit: an order for high-pressure coalescing filters from a leading supplier of compressed natural gas fuel storage systems, expected to be worth some $374,000 over the 12-month period starting in June 2015.

In addition to coalescing filters, Clean Air Power supplies such natural gas engine components as injectors, injector blocks, pressure regulators, and valves.

In addition to coalescing filters, Clean Air Power supplies such natural gas engine components as injectors, injector blocks, pressure regulators, and valves.



The Clean Air Power coalescing filter has a removal efficiency greater than 99.97 % in the .3- to .6-micron particles range, the company says.

Clean Air Power also supplies natural gas engine system injectors, injector blocks, pressure regulators, and hydraulic valves.

Bruckner for Southwest U.S.

Clean Air Power says that more than 2,700 vehicles on five continents employ its dual fuel technology.

Clean Air Power says that more than 2,700 vehicles on five continents employ its dual fuel technology.

The company last month reported a distribution partnership for its Genesis-Edge dual fuel system with Bruckner Truck Sales, “giving it exposure to the southwestern region of the U.S., where Bruckner runs Volvo and Mack dealerships.”

Clean Air Power notes that its Genesis-Edge product is the only dual-fuel system in the U.S. to have achieved full certification from the U.S. EPA and the California Air Resources Board (F&F, February 20).


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Source: Clean Air Power with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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