Solution: Natural gas storage
Bundles of cylinders in natural gas filling stations
In natural gas filling stations, natural gas is stored in cylinder bundles made of steel cylinders in compressed form at up to 300 bar under the designation CNG (Compressed Natural Gas). The natural gas is taken from the existing natural gas network, compressed in several stages and made available for the refuelling of natural gas vehicles.
Natural gas tubular storage
Natural gas pipe storage facilities are interconnected underground pipes laid side by side with diameters of approx. 1-2 metres, a length of 100-300 metres per pipe and operating pressures of up to 100 bar.
Natural gas balls
Natural gas spheres are storage tanks for natural gas with diameters of up to 32 metres and operating pressures of approx. 20-30 bar.
Natural gas cylinder tank
Natural gas cylinder tanks are storage tanks for natural gas with a capacity of approx. 50 – 300 m³ and operating pressures of approx. 20-30 bar.
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Natural gas storage is understood to mean cylinder bundles in natural gas filling stations, natural gas tube storage, natural gas spheres and natural gas cylinder tanks.