This is possible in view of the fact that the Cryobox® is an LNG production nano station designed so that the private industry and communities can become their own LNG suppliers.
LNG will allow “Francisco” to reduce combustion emissions by 98%, in marked contrast to traditional fuels. At the same time, it is estimated that the 66 tpd (tons per day) of LNG production required for its two daily frequencies will generate 50% savings within the operating expense. Seven Cryobox® nano stations with a capacity of 84 tpd will be responsible for this LNG production.
“Cryobox® is the result of five years of development and investigation, built on 30 years’ expertise in the manufacturing of gas compressors in Argentina”, said Osvaldo del Campo, Galileo CEO. “At the same time, it represents a worldwide innovative leap, as it is one-of-a-kind equipment, due to its compact dimensions and modular configuration.”
Each Cryobox® unit is conceived as a module that can reach a maximum of 12 tdp or 7,000 gdp (gallons per day) and that can be sent to any destination by trailer for its immediate commissioning. This feature allows a flexible installed capacity that can grow at the pace of the demand, through the progressive addition of modules.
“Francisco’s high speed and the 100 meter boat length are proof that LNG is the best fuel for heavy transport, and that Galileo’s technology contributes to make it happen,” del Campo concluded.