Compressed natural gas (CNG) – BAUER system solutions combining uncompromising quality with leading turnkey technology and high investment protection
Natural gas (CNG) and biogas are increasingly gaining in significance as alternative fuels in natural gas-powered vehicles (NGV) to petrol and diesel. Alongside high fuel prices, the reasons for this include in particular the pollution our environment suffers when mineral oil products are burned.
Natural gas or biogas must be compressed to high pressures for transport, storage and onward sale. Uncompromising safety, the quality of all technical systems and the cleanliness of the natural gas are thus the essential requirements to be met by a safe and cost-effective natural gas operation.
We are your expert partner for the effective planning and implementation of durable and reliable CNG stations. With you as our end customer, we will work together in close partnership to plan, test and implement your CNG fuelling station. As part of this process you can of course rely on the highest possible levels of safety: from optimum design and dimensioning through commissioning and turnkey handover and beyond to comprehensive maintenance you can rely on.
Technical feasibility is checked along with profitability, and the cost-effective case study is simulated and analysed.
The high efficiency and long service life of BAUER products are also absolutely decisive, along with spare parts availability which we are able to guarantee for 25 years.
These are important decision-making criteria which make possible solutions that are very attractive from the point of view of cost. High investment protection as standard.
Natural gas filling stations
Turnkey natural gas systems which are renowned for excellence the world over are the result of our many years of experience of powerful high-pressure systems. All major system components of every filling station are developed, produced and tested in-house at BAUER. Read more
Natural gas supply for engine test benches
The development of engines powered by natural gas necessitates that they are tested extensively under real conditions. All engine scenarios can only be tested to the fullest possible extent if continuous operation (including under extreme conditions) can be simulated. Read more