A new concept of mobile and transportable service station
HAM Group presents a new concept of a mobile and transportable service station, which allows the refueling of Liquefied Natural Gas and Compressed Natural Gas.
The new mobile unit, which is called EDUX, has been developed by HAM Criogénica, together with our R&D team, who have been in charge of the design and construction, in our facilities and in those of our subsidiary Vakuum.
The EDUX service station allows you to store and refuel LNG to all types of trucks and heavy vehicles, keeping the liquid subcooled and adapting to the optimal temperature of the different brands: Volvo, Scania or Iveco, offering a fast and safe refueling, with performance and functionalities equal to that of fixed stations. At the same time, it allows to refuel CNG to cars, light vehicles and trucks.
The mobile unit has 60.000 liters (60m3) of LNG capacity, works at low pressures (2-3 bar), has a submerged pump and can supply up to 12.000 kg/h of LNG and 300 Kg/h of CNG, with a capacity storage of 7.000Kg of CNG. The gas station has two “on the fly” conditioning systems and has 2 Compressed Natural Gas dispenser and 2 Liquefied Natural Gas dispenser, with an innovative nozzle, designed by HAM, with a “nofrost” system and a double anchoring system and closing, avoiding leaks or losses of liquid, in addition to facilitating disconnection without emission of gas into the air.
The selection of fuel and payments can be made independently at each of the dispensers, using any debit or credit card or the HAM Card for professional use, only for companies and freelancers.
EDUX is a modern mobile service station, which is monitored remotely, by registering different parameters, always guaranteeing its perfect operation and allowing to quickly solve any incident.
At Grupo HAM, we continue to work and innovate, in direct contact with our customers, to develop high-quality and reliable advances in the improvement of CNG-LNG logistics infrastructures and services, taking respect for the environment as a starting point.