What is CNG?
CNG is an English abbreviation for ‘Compressed Natural Gas’. It’s gas but on high pressure that can be used instead of gasoline (petrol), diesel fuel or LPG. The combustion of CNG produces allot less undesirable gases than the fuels mentioned above. It’s been made from natural gas (which exists mostly of methane), with the needed pressure around the 200bar. Romac Fuels works works like this; the gas doesn’t come from the net, but direct from our existing LNG installation. LNG, the liquid natural gas is then re-pumped and conduct at the pressure needed to create CNG. This CNG can be used for your vehicle or van. The storage of the CNG will be situated next to the LNG installation in cylindrical shapes. LNG is stored in cryogenic tanks because this is liquid at temperatures of -130 until – 161°. Because CNG’s volumetric energy density, estimated around 42% of LNG and 25% of diesel fuel, we need about 30 cilinders to create a 2.4 cubic meters, enough to refuel enough of CNG vehicles. In your car you will have instead of a fuelsection, a gas cylinder. Same principle of LPG, but less dangerous.