High-pressure applications to supply test benches
The development of engines powered by natural gas necessitates that they are tested extensively under real conditions. Accordingly, continuous operation under extreme conditions is simulated and engine scenarios are tested and analysed to the fullest possible extent.
BAUER has developed systems specifically for natural gas supply to engine test benches which it has a successful track record in introducing to the market. Whether to supply a single test station or a number of test stations in parallel, for a new test bench or to expand existing test benches, BAUER is able to offer you solutions tailored to meet your needs and in full compliance with local and international regulations.
Specific applications of BAUER compressors
- The ideal solution for supplying natural gas to individual or multiple test stations
- A natural gas supply system tailored to meet customer requirements
Who are the customers of BAUER KOMPRESSOREN?
- Automotive manufacturers
- Car component suppliers
- Gas engine manufacturers
- Universities and research institutions
- Independent test institutions
The benefits BAUER KOMPRESSOREN can offer you
- Turnkey supply system
- Compressor systems with the very latest technology for continuous operation (24/7)
- Relevant experience of extreme climatic conditions such as heat, sandstorms, cold or atmospheres containing salt
- Cleanest possible gas quality thanks to our own filter system which is based on decades of experience in the challenging area of breathing air
- End-to-end control and monitoring unit
- Minimum noise emissions up to 50 dB(A)
|The series||Delivery rates||Pressure ranges||Medium|
|Entry level with the MICRO series MFS 120-ECO |
Low-level requirements with the COMPACT series MFS 15 – MFS 22
Mid-range requirements with the CFS DUO SMALL
More extensive requirements with the CFS ECO / CFS DUO LARGE
Indoor series from "COMPACT" to "LARGE"
Mother-daughter refuelling system
|From 40 m³/h to more than 3000 m³/h with a single unit||16 bar – 300 bar||– Natural gas |