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  • 50 SCFM Fast/Slow Fill System

    Used Fast-Fill/Slow-Fill Norwalk Compressor Skid System
    Was in working condition when taken out of service.
    Unit will be serviced and we will guarantee that it works upon start up.
    There is no additional warranty.

    Compressor is a Norwalk model #NQSV3-15 230/460/3 30hp motor 50 scfm @15psi suction pressure.
    We can also substitute a 50psi suction pressure compressor if that would work better for your application.

    The skid is prepped for a second compressor and one can be added at an additional price to give you 100 SCFM capacity.

    System also includes a Pneumatic Products FA36-N Dryer, Micro Monitor Control System, Norwalk Slow-Fill Panel, a two-hose Slow-Fill post
    and a rack of 20 DOT 3AA3600 cylinders (approx. 75 GGE of storage).

    ASME cylinders, Fast-Fill Dispenser, additional Slow-Fill posts and metal enclosure are available at additional cost.

    Price: $25,000.00 F.O.B. Tucson, AZ
    we may deliver for an additional charge.

    Please PM me with any questions.





    Last edited by cnghal; 03-28-2009, 09:41 PM. Reason: Reduced Price
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  • #2
    Re: 50 SCFM Fast/Slow Fill System

    Price reduced by $5,000 to $25,000. This would make a great small fleet station with fast fill and storage for the price of a new Fuelmaker.
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    • #3
      Re: 50 SCFM Fast/Slow Fill System

      Hey CNGHal,

      Did this fast fill setup ever sell? How much?

      Where did it end going to, and is there a public pump planned for it's new location?

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      • #4
        Re: 50 SCFM Fast/Slow Fill System

        Cngacrossusa,
        This one, modified, is off to Indiana for private use. We have several others like it that we are in talks for, but nothing solid.
        Still working at openning our own fleet/public station in NW Tucson. We have no shortage of equipment, just need that extra $60-150k for a real gas main.
        If you hear of anyone in need or interested in anything from a Fuelmaker FMQ8-36 to a 300cfm Ariel system, let me know.
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