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  • #31
    Four Sulzer/Greenfield CNG dispensers (new 1999 and 2002) from public CNG station at 14177 McArt Rd Victorville CA are up for an auction on GovDeals ending on May 26. 50lbs/min flow rate :

    https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...01&acctid=8655


    ​​​​​​​https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...02&acctid=8655
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    • #32
      Both auctions (2 dispensers each) end just after 6p eastern time today, May 26 2018. Bidding now at $300 total for all four $60K dispensers.
      Four Sulzer/Greenfield CNG dispensers (new 1999 and 2002) from public CNG station at 14177 McArt Rd Victorville CA are up for an auction on GovDeals:

      https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...01&acctid=8655


      https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...02&acctid=8655

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      • #33
        Hello,
        Do any of the govdeal auctions have items required to put together a smallish station for a business? I'm thinking more along the lines of the home filling stations vs gas station.
        Thank you.

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        • #34
          Looking through the past posts, I see some options. Also the current one - https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...4&acctid=10745

          I imagine these are being sold after they provide their years of service. Other than tanks, what other portions can one expect to have to change / service on a fill station? Compressor? How difficult / feasible / expensive does the undertaking become?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Andrey View Post
            Looking through the past posts, I see some options. Also the current one - https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...4&acctid=10745

            I imagine these are being sold after they provide their years of service. Other than tanks, what other portions can one expect to have to change / service on a fill station? Compressor? How difficult / feasible / expensive does the undertaking become?
            FMQ 8 units pop up both at auctions and from private sellers at low cost these days Modular 4 oil free compressors. will even work if 3 of the 4 compressors are inoperative

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            • #36
              Auction ends June 18 2018 10am Pacific time on a Bauer C-120 in Houston TX (manufactured 12/2011.) Has 10HP electric drive capable of 5gge/hr from 1 to 5 inlet gas pressure and no storage or dispenser (other than a time-fill hose). Seller starting bidding at $15K (same price the full-size working commercial CNG station sold for in Garner NC):

              https://www.ebay.com/itm/BAUER-COMPR...IAAOSwGvZamlJl


              https://www.bauercomp.com/en/product...g/micro-series
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              • #37
                Auction ends Nov 29 2018 2pm Pacific on three 23foot ASME storage tubes (5500MAWP unfired- finest found anywhere!) ; 100HP 200SCFM Sulzer compressor (4 stage 60psi inlet 100gge/hr) and ANGI dispenser in Draper UT. Presently, bidding is under $8K.

                https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...tid=1428#media
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                • #38
                  Auction closes in 6 hours - 8 Feb 2019 4:34pm Pacific time on a relic ANGI compressor on double-axle trailer with sequential fill/priority panel controls. Basically it is being -given away- to anyone that wants to pick it up at 1661 Senter Rd San Jose, CA (no wheels on trailer plus registration problems-suggest flatbed haul off):

                  https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...78&acctid=8245
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                  • #39
                    Operational CNG station equipment being auctioned in Dickson TN. Bidding ends April 3, 2019 5:30pm PT and stands at $15K with no bids as of yet. Contact name and phone number listed in bid for inquiries such as model number, inlet pressure, flow rate. Was operating until prepared for auction. Companion auction offers spare parts. Aspro is the leader trademark equipment in Argentina and Brazil.

                    https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...83&acctid=3637

                    https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...84&acctid=3637

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                    • #40
                      Six 8000 lb 24 ft ASME (seems to be, would have to study stampings in photo or send inquiry to seller if not sure) storage tubes are being offerewd in an auction ending April 4 2019 12:30 pm. In Chicago. One $100 bid submitted currently. Worth almost $200K.

                      https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/au...ew?auc=2305348
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                      • #41
                        CNG station used by Greenville Transit is for sale in South Carolina. Gas has been disconnected from station. Seller figures scrap metal value only. But it does have two short tube tanks and is a vintage Trillium compressor. Presently in the $500 range. Auction ends 11 July 2019 before midnight PDT:

                        https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?f...=49&acctid=928
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                        • #42
                          In April 2016, Virginia Transportation Corporation began using 30 CNG Peterbilt 365 Daycab car-transport trucks to move 1200 Honda vehicles from its Lincoln AL plant to a rail loading facility at 860 Ironaton Cutoff Road, Talladega, AL where the CNG station is located.

                          That CNG station is now being sold. For terms of the sale, contact [email protected]

                          http://cngsale.com/

                          Station consists of:
                          Ariel JGQ-2 4-stage piston compressor
                          Trillium HYC hydraulic 2-stage intensifier
                          2 Kraus Global / Gilbarco twin hose dispensers
                          5 CPI 23'X20" 5500psig ASME tubes
                          PSB Industries dryer
                          Allen Bradley controls

                          https://www.automotivelogistics.medi.../14573.article

                          https://www.ngvamerica.org/2015/12/0...da-operations/

                          https://www.motorweek.org/features/g...on-cng-station

                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M9yqsQ-Sf8
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                          • #43
                            Pair of storage tubes approximately 10 ft long are being auctioned on eBay originating in Mojave CA. Working pressure is only 2800 psi (mfg 1959) and tanks require hydrostatic testing to certify:

                            https://www.ebay.com/itm/Compressed-...8AAOSw3GlcPoOz
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                            • #44

                              Complete CNG Compressor Station Located In Corbin Kentucky $250,000

                              Six spheres, class 8 truck fill volumes (Frito big-rigs), FuelMaster card reader, single Tulsa Gas Tech twin-hose dispenser, ingersoll (?) compressor on a skid. 800-nine zero nine-4403

                              BUY IT NOW price $250,000 No close date on auction.

                              https://www.ebay.com/itm/CNG-Compres...0AAOSw~apfpH0C
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                              • #45
                                Looks like this thread started as a potential business opportunity/inquiry and morphed into where all the deals are on used CNG filling station equipment. Also, looks like the original poster has not been engaged well enough. My input is to start by analyzing the business case for the area. What is the demand and how are other stations in the area doing? This business, like any other, needs to have a demand for the product that can be delivered for a profit. I would start with a survey of the individual and fleet CNG vehicle operators in the area. The size of the station is usually selected based on the demand but a great deal on used equipment would allow for over sizing if space is available. A better scenario is partnering up with a fleet operator in the area if possible maybe at a lower fuel cost to get going. This would also help with demand. This is like any other business except that CA may have some tax breaks for alternate fuel. Also keep in mind that one cannot just plop down a system on a concrete pad and start selling CNG (especially in CA). There are start-up costs associated with permitting, transporting the equipment, installation (or reinstallation), rebuild, and infrastructure. Just saying - nice to pontificate but serious businesses require careful consideration.

                                My brother asked me to look at the possibility of going CNG for his fleet of 12 plumbing vans last year. I could not justify the cost with gasoline at the price it has been recently and we were definitely considering some of these great deals out there for used equipment.

                                Good luck out there.

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