CNG Type 2 Fueling System
Optimized for Time-Fill and Fast-Fill Applications
Factory Assembled, Tested and Warranted
Hose-Ready Right Out-Of-The-Box
CNG Fill-Line Breakaways (FLBs)
Higher Flow Rate*
*Compared to Other Models
CSA Approved - High Pressure 3-Way Valve
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MOREAU: Absolutely. Input from the public helped us
improve and refine the discussion of how to bend and handle
tubing. Other commenters helped us sharpen the discussion
of classified areas within dispensers and descriptions of various
components. And, of course, the public also caught typos and
suggested text to clarify ambiguities in the initial draft.
BERNS TEIN: The public comments also pointed out areas
where more needed to be said on a given subject. For example,
as a result of public comments, the committee did additional
thinking on recommended separation distances. New tables
and more definitions were added. And several graphics were
JOURNAL: How much is this area governed by code?
And how much does the document simply reflect the
collective wisdom and experience of the committee?
BERNS TEIN: Much of the work in this area is covered by
code—particularly NFPA 52: Vehicular Gaseous Fuel Systems
Code; NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
and Repair Garages; and the International Fire Code. But there
are gaps in the codes. One example is emergency shutoffs. The
codes talk about shutoffs in the fueling area but don’t address all
When used as a motor fuel, natural gas must be very dry. The large
vertical cylinders in this picture contain desiccant material that
removes moisture from the natural gas before it is compressed.
Facing the Unknown