It’s a storage container for CNG. These tanks are tested at 340 bars. Whereas, CNG’s working pressure is 200 bars. There are various sizes of tanks available.
The details of tank are embossed on the tank. It includes tank serial number, manufacturing month and year, water capacity, weight, etc.
Values marked with an asterisk are approximate values.
|Tank Size (water capacity)
||CNG (in kg)
||Tare Weight (in kg)
As per the Department of Explosives (DoE), Government of India, CNG tank must be re-tested after 3 years starting from the date of manufacturing. The life of the tank is 20 years from the date of manufacturing.