Oasis New Light Duty Fill Valve for Global CNG and Bio-Gas Market

| New Zealand: Tauranga

Oasis Engineering Light Duty CNG Fill Valve and Transit NozzleOasis Engineering, a specialist CNG and product development company situated in the City of Tauranga, New Zealand, has recently released a new Light Duty CNG Fill Valve and Transit Nozzle. Andy Cameron, Managing Director, says the intuitive fill valve and nozzle operation redefines the flow rate standard for NGV gas delivery.

“These fill valves are used for a wide range of vehicles which include private passenger cars, busses and trucks that are using CNG or Bio-Gas, as well as trailer load/unload systems,” says Ricky Lee, Vice President of Business Development for USA and Canada.

This high flow design means more gas is dispensed faster to the vehicle, maximising the number of vehicle fills per day as well as minimising wasted gas. The FV103 fill valve also has a 100mm extension available as part of the product package which makes after-fill removal easier.

“As is the case with many of our products, we have product servicing videos that demonstrate how all components of the fill valve including the nozzle should be correctly disassembled and reassembled,” says Lee.

Testament to Oasis Engineering’s after sales service is their ability to provide replacements for all wearing components on any product they sell and the YouTube videos which demonstrate how to correctly disassemble and reassemble components when using their service kits.

The fill valves comply with Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC Guidelines as set out by the European Commission and the nozzles have also been designed to ANSI NGV1 Standard in accordance with the North American markets expectations.

With a product that can withstand 6000psi of pressure on a daily-basis, stringent testing is required and this is something that Oasis Engineering does in their factory in Judea, Tauranga.

These fill valves are also manufactured under ISO 9001 accredited standards which establish Quality Management Systems to ensure all facets of Oasis Engineering are of a high standard.

At the start of May, a strong contingent of Oasis executives including the Director Andy Cameron, General Manager Kevin Flint, Vice President of Business Development for USA & Canada Ricky Lee and Product Development Engineer Hadyn Natusch, will be heading to the ACT (Advanced Clean Transport) Expo in Long Beach, California. See Booth 753.

Source: Oasis Engineering Ltd – a Corporate Member of NGV Global

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