Gas Train 65

Order code: IBF-GT65, IBF-GT25, ​IBF-GT40, IBF-GT50, ​IBF-GT50A, IBF-GT80

The Gas Train is designed to reduce pressure and to control the flow rate of natural gas flowing into the combustion engine. It is suitable mainly for bi-fuel conversions as a part of the bi-fuel solution. 
    Gas Train 65
The ComAp gas train can help with engine filtration, pressure reduction, flow control, engine protection and pressure (temperature monitoring).

The gas train is: 

  • Suitable for high speed engine conversions
  • Ended with electronic throttle valve
  • Low pressure output 10 - 30mbar
  • Inlet pressure range 150 - 350 mbar

We have there are several types (dimensions) of gas trains according to the gen-set power: 

ProductCode note 
DN25, Outlet 1x 1BSP, up to 250kWe
DN40, Outlet 2x 1BSP, 250 - 650 kWe
DN50, Outlet 2x 5/4BSP, 600 - 1000 kWe
DN50, Outlet 4x 1BSP, 600 - 1000 kWe
DN65, Outlet 4x 5/4BSP, 1000 - 1650 kWe
IBF-GT80 DN80, Outlet 4x 5/4BSP, 1650 - 2200 kWe

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  • 24-hour support on working days
  • Local contacts in 179 countries
  • Remote and in-person trainings and a range of support materials
  • Expert consultation, troubleshooting, and much more

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