Natural Gas Fueling Stations
At gas fuel stations, the gas must be free from pollution of oil droplets, liquid water and particles. Gas cleaning is carried out at several locations between storage tanks and dispenser. Removing dispersed water droplets relieves subsequent drying systems.
Filter elements that are adapted to the respective working conditions can also operate at high pressure, if necessary, and offer safety for all components within the gas management. This is particularly valid for valves and the installed measuring technology.