While international transport of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in many countries is now mostly carried on large cruise ships, there is another way of transporting LNG by road - lng tanker truck- that can open up the market for you to transport internationally across borders. A high-quality LNG tanker truck is particularly important. Specially designed lng tanker truck for road transport of LNG.
CIMC ENRICLNG Tanker Truck is specifically designed to transport liquefied natural gas from one location to another with maximum safety and efficiency. It offers a reliable and cost-effective solution for the transportation of LNG, making it ideal for various industries and applications.
The machine builder offers a wide selection of tanks for transporting liquefied natural gas (LHG, LPG). Our product range currently includes LNG tankers with a capacity of 52,600 L LNG trucks with a capacity of 10,620 L to 37,400 L. The factory products comply with certifications for LNG transport, such as GB, GOST, DOT, RS-110. Each LNG truck is equipped with reliable foreign-made devices, precision instruments and level gauges.
Robust Construction: The LNG Tanker Truck is built with high-quality materials and engineering expertise, ensuring durability and long-term performance even under demanding conditions.
Advanced Insulation: The truck features advanced insulation techniques and materials to maintain the low-temperature environment required for LNG transportation. This ensures minimal heat transfer and keeps the LNG in its liquid state.
Safety Systems: We prioritize safety, and our LNG Tanker Truck is equipped with comprehensive safety systems, including emergency shut-off valves, pressure relief devices, and advanced monitoring systems. These features help prevent accidents and ensure the security of the transported LNG.
Capacity and Efficiency: Our tanker truck is available in various capacities to meet different customer requirements. We optimize the design to maximize payload while maintaining the highest levels of safety and efficiency.
Regulatory Compliance: The LNG Tanker Truck complies with all relevant safety and environmental regulations and standards, ensuring legal compliance and minimizing any negative impact on the environment.
Easy Operation and Maintenance: We have designed the tanker truck for user-friendly operation and simplified maintenance. The intuitive control panel and accessible maintenance points make it easier for drivers and maintenance personnel to handle the vehicle efficiently.
Customization Options: We understand that different customers may have unique requirements. Therefore, we offer customization options to tailor the LNG Tanker Truck according to specific needs, including capacity, design, and additional safety features.
These trailers include a horizontal vacuum insulated tank consisting of an "internal" pressure vessel and a structural frame/vacuum vessel "external" jacket. jacket.
Reduce the impact of logistics on the climate and actively contribute to the sustainable transport of retail LNG in France and Europe.
Allows customers not connected to the transport network (industry and municipalities) to benefit from this cleaner, less CO2-emitting energy source.
Achieving sustainable transport patterns.
Transporting LNG by truck requires fast work.
Heavy-duty liquefied natural gas (LNG) vehicles work much like petrol-powered vehicles with spark-ignition internal combustion engines. LNG is usually more expensive than compressed natural gas (CNG) and is most commonly used in heavy duty vehicles for longer distances. Because it is a liquid, LNG has a higher energy density than CNG, so more fuel can be stored on an LNG tanker truck.
Read on to find out more about the lng tanker truck.
CIMC ENRIC is the Chinese market and technology leader for cryogenic tanks and LNG Tanker Truck for LNG powered commercial vehicles. CIMC ENRIC is the preferred supplier for OEMs as a complete value chain supplier from R&D/engineering to sequential logistics. CIMC ENRIC refuelling systems are economical, durable and help to reduce CO2 emissions in heavy transport.
CIMC ENRIC offers tanks for transportation of liquefied natural gas (LHG, LPG) in a variety of options. Currently our product range includes LNG tanker truck with capacity of 15 300 L, LNG truck with capacity of 30 600 L and road train of 2 tanker trailers of 15 300 L each
|Lng Tanker Truck|
|Water Volume(M3)||Working Pressure(Bar)||Tare Weight(Kg)||Total Weight(Kg)|
|52(Customized as users demands) LNG Tanker Truck||7||15000||35000|
|52.08(Customized as users demands) LNG Tanker Truck||7||17780||37720|
|52.6(Customized as users demands) LNG Tanker Truck||7||16700||38400|
LPG bobtail truck is a normal temperature mobile pressure vessel (including chassis), single-layer tank structure, dedicated to the storage and transportation of liquefied petroleum gas, and adopts low-alloy steel plates for vessels, with excellent performance, safety and reliability.
The specialized automobile and trailer products developed and produced by our company are mainly used for transporting liquefied gases with high (low) pressure, refrigerated liquefied gases, and liquids with the highest working temperature above or equal to their standard boiling point.
The logic used to lobby for LNG-friendly policies—ranging from higher targets for LNG filling stations to exempting LNG-trucks from road-tolls—is easy to follow: 1) natural gas has a significantly lower carbon content than diesel for the same energy content, 2) gas trucks emit fewer air pollutants than diesel, and 3) truck and infrastructure investments can be leveraged in the transition to full decarbonization through the use of bio- or synthetic-methane. Let’s dissect those one at a time.
With its roughly 25% lower carbon content than diesel and its decent energy density, LNG does have some appeal as an alternative fuel for long-haul trucks. However, issues quickly become apparent when assessing not only CO2 but all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across the complete well-to-wheel (WTW) fuel chain. The figure below shows the WTW performance of diesel and LNG-trucks, in equivalent grams of CO2 per kilometer, using two time periods to estimate the climate impacts, 20 and 100 years. Focusing on the 100-year timeframe, the WTW greenhouse gas performance of LNG trucks equipped with spark-ignited (SI) engines is only 2% better than that of diesel-powered trucks. Spark ignition is the most common technology for LNG engines; Scania and Iveco both use this combustion concept. The WTW GHG emissions of LNG trucks equipped with more efficient high-pressure direct injection (HPDI) engines, newly introduced by Volvo, are only approximately 9% lower than diesel. In the 20-year timeframe, which illustrates more immediate climate risks, LNG trucks are invariably worse than diesel, due to the strong short-term climate impact of methane. So, looking at the whole WTW picture, the advantage of the lower carbon content of methane evaporates as quickly as venting LNG.
LNG trucks are promoted in some EU member states through fiscal incentives. In Germany, LNG trucks are subsidized at purchase, exempt from road-tolls, and pay over 70% less fuel energy tax than diesel trucks. These subsidies amount to over €70,000 in the first five years of vehicle use. Given the limited GHG benefit of LNG trucks over diesel—2% for SI-LNG and 9% for HPDI-LNG—this is a very inefficient subsidy scheme, costing taxpayers up to €7,000 per tonne of CO2 saved. For comparison, the penalties set by the truck CO2 standards in 2025 translate to around €250 per tonne of CO2. Clearly, an extension of subsidies for LNG trucks, such as the recommendation by the Transport Committee of the German Bundestag to extend the road-toll exemption, is groundless.
LNG trucks are an expensive technology, the promotion of which is at odds with the European Union’s goal of CO2-neutrality by mid-century. Policymakers would be wise to stop the inefficient incentives and subsidies for this futile technology. Likewise, manufacturers should follow in the steps of the world’s largest truck maker, Daimler, and end their R&D activities in LNG and instead concentrate on the development of fuel cell and battery electric trucks.
CIMC supplies Liquefied Natural Gas to any location in the country with company owned fleet of 300 LNG Tanker Trucks has brought the first LNG fueled trucks into Nigeria to distribute LNG to our customers. Each tanker capacity has a capacity of 52M3 with carrying load of 21 MT (28,000 SCM approx.). There are larger tankers of 58M3 with carrying load of 24 MT (32,000 SCM approx.). The truck is offloaded in 3-4 hours. These trucks can haul more than 1200 kms on single fill. All these trucks are enabled with 24×7 GPS tracking system.
Please note that specific details, technical specifications, and pricing can be provided upon further discussion and customization based on your requirements. Feel free to inquire about any additional information or request a quotation tailored to your needs.
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