Standard, conventional or online stations are descriptions of similar types of CNG stations. Fast-fill stations take natural gas from a pipeline, compress it and dispense it into various types of vehicles. ANGI has designed standard CNG stations for bus fleets of all sizes, private fleets and a range of sizes for public filling.
Compression Systems – ANGI can design systems for every standard CNG station application. Some of the key design parameters are: single compressor or multiple compressors for redundancy and additional capacity; pipeline gas pressure available; natural gas engine or electric motor to drive compressor; noise requirements of the area; and most importantly the vehicle fill requirements.
Gas Management – After compression, delivery of CNG can be prioritized to ground storage, vehicle dispensers or specific dispensers. Understanding the site needs is key to developing the optimum gas management system.
Dispensers – ANGI produces a number of standard dispensers starting with the most basic non-metered hose pole to multiple hose, high flow dispensers. ANGI can also provide custom dispenser for specific applications.
The Arbor Way site is owned by Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. The site fills 100 CNG buses each day to service the greater Boston Area.
Capacity ea. – 700 scfm – 1180 SM3/Hr
Capacity site – 2100 scfm – 3550 SM3/Hr
Motor Power ea. – 250 Hp – 187 KW
Inlet Pressure – 140 psig – 9.3 barg
Discharge Pressure – 4500 psig – 310 barg
Dispensers Transit 2
Maximum Flow ea. – 5000 scfm – 8450 SM3/Hr
Meters Micromotion – DH-100