NEW SYSTEM INTERFACE
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The 918AC System Interface is an AC-powered console.
CON TAINMEN T SUMPS AND
DISPENSER PAN MONITORING
LOW LEVEL TANK
INTERSTITIAL SPACE OF DOUBLE
WALL TANK MONI TORING
HIGH LEVEL TANK
• Expandable with plug-n-play
capabilities for inputs and outputs
• Highly configurable
• Standard size NEMA 4X enclosure
for all configurations
JOURNAL: What else is necessary
if a member really wants to get into
the CNG fueling station game?
MOREAU: PEI members who
have been building gas stations already
have a lot of the skills and knowledge
required to design and build CNG
fueling stations. They know site
preparation, trenching, concrete, POS
systems and general construction work.
However, they will have to learn about
high-pressure stainless steel tubing and
high voltages. The safety issues are
vastly different for this type of facility.
They will have to learn completely
new operations and maintenance procedures. The design of
the fueling system and the concrete foundations also require
substantially more engineering. You
can’t design a CNG fueling facility on
the back of an envelope.
BERNSTEIN: If you really want
to get involved in this work, you’ll
have to make a significant and
ongoing investment in training.
But good training is out there.
Many manufacturers offer excellent
classes—particularly the compressor
and dispenser companies. Of course,
classroom education can only
take you so far. As a next step, one
common approach is to partner with
an experienced CNG company on
your first few jobs. There’s nothing like learning from someone
who has successfully “been there and done that.”
Steve Bernstein, Chair
Jones & Frank
Horseheads, N. Y.
ANGI Energy Systems, LLC
New Oxford, Pa.
P.B. Hoidale Co., Inc.
Kwik Trip, Inc.
La Crosse, Wis.
Sparq Natural Gas
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Consolidated Utilities Corp.
The PEI CNG Vehicle Fueling
Facing the Unknown