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U.S. Army

The U.S. Army, through its Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL), is planning to demonstrate the economic advantages of using natural gas engine-driven air compressors at a number of its facilities. Click here (170K PDF) to learn about the plans of the U.S. Army for demonstrating these systems. CERL has conducted feasibility studies and selected the following three sites for more detailed evaluation:

Click on one of the links above to view a full feasibility report for the selected facility of the U.S. Army.

Click on the following links for a tabulated summary of data for the selected facility:

A technical paper discussing the results of the projects at Picatinny and Watervliet Arsenals, presented at the 2002 Industrial Energy Technology Conference in Houston, TX on April 18, 2002, is also available.