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Activated carbon to be used in natural gas storage

by Michael McCoy
March 22, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 12

 

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ANGP says its technology can be installed in vehicles with conventional engines.

Southern California Gas will fund a field demonstration of light-duty vehicles equipped with natural gas–compressing technology from Adsorbed Natural Gas Products and the chemical maker Ingevity. ANGP’s gas-storage cylinders contain activated carbon from Ingevity that adsorbs the gas and reduces cylinder pressure by about 75%. Activated carbon is already used in auto evaporative emission-control chambers.

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