A 53-foot-long composite cylinder tank

Hexagon is building momentum for a cleaner energy future with the unveiling of a new Mobile Pipeline gas transport module, the Titan 53, which employs one of the largest composite cylinder tanks in the world.

A 53-foot-long composite cylinder tank

After nearly a decade with Titan products, customers are requiring the ability to move greater volumes of compressed gases including natural gas, hydrogen and industrial gases. The newly developed cylinders and module optimize weight and capacity to meet the 80,000 lbs GVW limit in most of the United States delivering an estimated gas volume of 492,000 scf / 13,932 scm.

Hexagon’s Mobile Pipeline President Jack Schimenti will introduce the Titan 53 at the Gas for Transportation Pavilion at World Gas Conference 2018 and share how it delivers almost 40% greater payload while retaining all the advantages of the Titan platform. Applications for Titan 53 include energy intensive industries converting to natural gas, virtual interconnects, gas islands, vehicle refueling, and transporting industrial gases.

In the Industry Insights program at the conference, Hexagon Director Mark Babcock will discuss gas distribution and sustainability considerations including use of the Titan 53 on Thursday. Mark will present Mobile Pipeline: a distributed energy solution for natural gas, renewable natural gas, and hydrogen based on his paper that was selected by the international gas union for outstanding industry innovation.

Companies: Hexagon

Industries: Oil & Gas

Terms: Applications, Business

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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