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LIQAL introduces skid-mounted and relocatable LNG refuelling station

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LIQAL has announced that it has developed a skid-mounted LNG refuelling station that offers station operators excellent performance with the flexibility of a relocatable system at lower investment requirements for both fuelling equipment and onsite project preparations.

This completely pre-fabricated and transportable LNG refuelling unit, the MRU, is SIL-2 classified and complies with the latest international standards and regulations, including ISO 16924. As the company integrated intelligent features of its proprietary design – such as on-the-fly saturation, a vapour return economiser, its MID certified LNG fuel dispenser with patented heated and purged nozzle docking bay and 24/7 iSCADA remote monitoring system – end-users are not required to make any concessions on fuelling performance compared to a fixed LNG station configuration.

In the statement, LIQAL claims that any tank type – including mobile ISO storage – is capable of being connected to the MRU. The company claims that the MRU also holds space for the company’s proven micro liquefaction technology that ensures unlimited holding time of LNG in the storage tank and enables the supply of both saturated and cold LNG to effectively fill all available LNG truck types (including the new Volvo EURO 6). The unit provides the opportunity to position the dispenser at a distance from the skid for two-sided refuelling of LNG and to add an LCNG system.

Following turnkey supply and commission of the MRU, LIQAL claims that it takes responsibility for the technical operation and maintenance of the system, if requested by a client.

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