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CNG Equipment Packaging: Tube Trailers and Decompression Equipment

CNG Tube Trailer Manufacturing

CNG Storage Tube Trailers

We package tube trailers for the hauling of compressed natural gas (CNG) and compressed renewable natural gas (RNG).

Our trailers feature type 3 CNG cylinders. Type 3 cylinders are seamless bodied aluminum vessels wrapped in carbon fiber. The combination of aluminum and carbon fiber provides an optimal balance of structure, durability, integrity, and weight savings.


Our trailers can be configured in a variety of sizes and volume - from 125 MCF 18' trailers  to 400 MCF 48' trailers.  

Onboard heated regulators can be included to help offload gas.


We provide certification and re-certification services to ensure the trailer is approved for DOT usage. 

Designed, Engineered, Packaged CNG Equipment

Our CNG service teams use the equipment we package everyday. As a result we design improvements, efficiencies and features into each new iteration. ​With over 10 years of CNG operating experience our equipment and designs have come a long way. Durability, accessibility and efficiency drive our design.  All equipment is designed, engineered, produced and assembled in our 47,000 sq ft facilities in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. 

Pressure Reducing Equipment

We engineer, design and assemble CNG offloading equipment. This equipment is known in the industry as pressure reduction, decanting, de-pressurization, decompression and regulator equipment.  

Our equipment can be designed to match the flow of gas required from 800 SCFM to 3072 SCFM and features electric glycol heating systems. Electric heating systems have no emissions, unlike gas fired boiler heating systems. Units can be paralleled and connected together to increase SCFM.

Options include skid mounted, fork pockets, enclosures, trailered for mobile use.

CNG Decanting Equipment Manufacturing
CNG cylinder recertification testing

CNG Cylinder Certification

We provide certification and re-certification testing services for CNG cylinders and trailers. Certifications are required to meet the safety standards and protocols set up the Department of Transportation (DOT). 

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