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Understanding CNG Pipe

  • Everyone must have heard of natural gas. However, some cars use compressed natural gas and the CNG Pipe . Most people don't know much about these.

    Compressed natural gas refers to gaseous natural gas compressed to a pressure greater than or equal to 10 MPa and not greater than 25 MPa, which is compressed natural gas and stored in a gaseous state in a container.

    Compressed natural gas has the same composition as pipeline natural gas, and the main component is methane (CH4). CNG can be used as vehicle fuel. LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) can be used to make CNG. This kind of CNG-fueled vehicle is called NGV (Natural Gas Vehicle). Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is often confused with LNG, but there are obvious differences between them. The main component of LPG is propane (more than 95%), and a small amount of butane. LPG is stored in a storage tank in a liquid state under appropriate pressure and is used as fuel for civilian use and vehicles.

    CNG Pipe refers to the pipeline that transports CNG from mining sites or processing plants to urban gas distribution centers or industrial enterprise users, also known as gas pipelines.

    For more details about the CNG Pipe, please visit Timing Advance Processor .