Agility releases roof mount CNG systems

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Agility Fuel Solutions has released its new third-generation roof mount compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel system for Automated Side Loader, Rear End Loader and Front End Loader refuse collection vehicles.

Agility introduced its roof mount CNG fuel systems for refuse fleets in 2001. With an efficient, rugged design utilizing Agility’s lightweight carbon fiber composite Tuffshell ACF Type 4 CNG cylinders, and with fuel capacity options ranging from 60-92 diesel gallons equivalent (DGE), Agility says the roof mount systems can meet the needs of any refuse fleet.

“With nearly 20 years of use in the field and with tens of thousands of systems on the road, we have seen the roof mount CNG fuel systems put to the test in nearly every imaginable scenario,” says Eric Bippus, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing. “With this new design, our team ruggedized the roof mount against physical damage from daily use, while also making the entire unit lighter and easier to install and service.”

Agility says the internal CNG plumbing was redesigned to significantly reduce potential leak points and the placement of pressure relief devices (PRDs) for fire safety was improved to provide optimal coverage based on where fires are most likely to occur.

The company adds the new roof mount systems also include full-length ¼-in. steel rub rails to defend against tree branch strikes, and to reinforce the entire structure. The aluminum exterior cover features a chamfered design, tool-free removable service access panels, fewer exposed seams, and button-head screws to prevent branches from catching or damaging the system. The system’s internal framework is powder coated and the exterior unit also can be color-matched to any fleet’s custom colors utilizing Agility’s in-house painting system.

Finally, the new systems are designed with tool-free access panels to allow for easier inspection and service. And for ease of installation, and in case the system needs to be removed for major vehicle repairs, Agility says revised lift points, exposed mounting points, and interfacing tube connections allow the entire CNG system to be mounted or dismounted quickly and safely as a single unit.

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