Regasification Regulating Metering Station Rrms

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Basic Info.

Model NO.
CE, CCC, Cu-Tr
Transport Package
40FT Container Vessel
HS Code
Production Capacity

Product Description



Regasification Regulating Metering Station is to use LNG as medium,which passes through air temperature vaporizer and water bath electrical heating vaporizer to output natural gas, through pressure regulating metering and odorization to supply to downstream gas consumption or pipeline.

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A single set of equipment meets different gas consumption requirements, gas supply capacity range is from100Nm3/h to 100,000Nm3/h.

Regasification Regulating Metering Station can be complied with international code. Won unanimous praise from users all over the world by stable operation with high quality and low price.Users in Ghana, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, Nigeria, etc.

Regasification Regulating Metering Station

Working Medium


LNG pipeline Design temperature

NG pipeline Design temperature

Ambient Temperature

Power supply







AC380V, 50HZ

Adapts to capacity


LNG filling station
What is LNG
LNG stands for Liquefied Natural Gas.
It is a hydrocarbon that is produced in mines when crude oil is extracted. In the past, it could not be transported across oceans, so it could only be used locally, and if there was any surplus it had to be burned and scrapped. Depending on its state of deposit, it can be divided into three types: tectonic gas, water-soluble gas and coal mine gas. Structural gas can be divided into wet gas, which is produced with crude oil, and dry gas, which contains no liquid content. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is natural gas produced in mines that is frozen to -162°C, making it a colourless, odourless liquid that is reduced to around one sixtieth of its gaseous form for storage and transport across oceans. Once liquefied, the gas must be transported by special refrigerated vessel to a receiving station and then to a cryogenic storage tank for storage. When in use, the liquid gas is converted to a normal temperature gas and then transported via long distance pipelines to power plants, factories and domestic customers.
LNG features
High energy efficiency and ease of transport and storage
Low temperature, high gas-to-liquid expansion ratio, high energy efficiency and ease of transport and storage. 1 standard cubic metre of natural gas has a thermal mass of approximately 9,300 kcal and 1 tonne of LNG can produce 1,440 standard cubic metres of natural gas and 8,300 kWh of electricity.
Clean energy
The sulphur content of LNG is extremely low, if all 2.6 million tonnes/year of LNG were used for power generation and coal combustion (lignite) it would reduce SO2 emissions by approximately 450,000 tonnes (roughly twice the annual SO2 emissions in Fujian) and would prevent the expansion of acid rain trends. NOX and CO2 emissions from natural gas-fired power generation are only 20% and 50% of those from coal-fired power plants.
High safety performance
High ignition point - spontaneous combustion temperature of approx. 590°C. Narrower combustion range (5%-15%), lighter than air, easy to diffuse.
LNG filling station function
Natural gas refuelling stations are places to refuel Natural gas vehicles (NGVs) that look similar to those for diesel or gasoline. The refueling process of natural gas depends on whether compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG) is being used.
LNG stations are structurally similar to gasoline and diesel stations in that they have a storage tank, meters, and dispenser. LNG dispensers deliver fuel to vehicles at pressures of 300Nm3/h / 1.6Mpa.
LNG filling station component
Used to pump the LNG out of the trailer at 18m3/h; offload time is between 1.5 to 2 hours.
cryogenic storage tank for LNG, Above ground storage with a recommended volume; other capacities available.
Single hose 1or 2 dispenser with flow rates
A hose at a parking stall connected to a common supply.
Used for dispensing and saturation operations.
PLC control system
Complete PLC control system supporting remote access
CIMC ENRIC is a pioneer in creating comprehensive natural gas fueling solutions for the transportation industry. We continually invest in developing and manufacturing new technologies. This means everything we do - from designing and operating stations, to helping you navigate financing options, gives you one of the most advanced fleets on the road today. The switch to natural gas fuel is easier and more affordable than you think. Start saving money from day one, and reduce your carbon footprint with the leading domestic, alternative fueling solution. 
From re-locatable stations, private stations for small fleets, all the way to multiple dispenser stations open to the public and fleet operators, all stations are available in a comprehensive option package, allowing customers to customise to their individual requirements. modular design allows for multi-stage investment and expansion according to capacity requirements.

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