Internal combustion gas engines provide a source of energy for compressors and run on gas fuel. A heavy-duty industrial engine is capable of running continuously at full load for periods approaching a high fraction of 8,760 hours per year.
The availability of the natural gas supply, its quality, and its content can be variable, potentially resulting in slower load responses and higher maintenance costs. Spartan's advanced patented air-fuel control technology provides improved control methods and optimizes combustion processes.
For more information on the benefits and differences of air-fuel ratio controllers and catalytic converters, please see: REM Comparison of Emission Reduction Technologies - White Paper 2015