TOPIC: The Basics of Operating and Maintaining LPG Stations
Fuelling stations for LPG are intricate systems. The principal LPG fuelling station design, operation, and maintenance code, NFPA 52(National Fire Protection Association, “Vehicular Gaseous Fuel Systems Code”)- mandates a written maintenance plan for every existing and new station since LPG stations offer exceptionally high-pressure fuel. To maintain the safety of everyone who accesses the station, station owners, maintenance technicians, and third-party providers must comprehend and put into effect the required maintenance methods. They also need to be able to safeguard the financial investment and guarantee station reliability.
It demonstrates how to create and carry out the necessary maintenance plan as well as how to adhere to all legal obligations. Record keeping, doing a safety evaluation, diagnostics, and troubleshooting are also covered as the skills needed to create and carry out a maintenance strategy that guarantees the highest level of equipment and system reliability and fuel quality expected by today’s NGV operators.
Delivery Mode: E-Learning
Who Should Attend?
- Owners of LPG businesses
- LPG Managers
- Third-party suppliers
- Maintenance professionals
- LPG fuelling station maintenance technicians
- Fleet managers/supervisors responsible for CNG stations
- Fleet management procedures specialists
- Specify the attributes and features of natural gas.
- Describe the different LPG fuelling station types and how they are used.
- Identify the key fuelling station components and explain their purposes, maintenance needs, typical failure mechanisms, and recommended corrective action.
- List all laws and ordinances that govern the upkeep and repair of filling station equipment.
- Keep track of, identify, and address fuel quality problems.
- Describe the timing, procedures, and record-keeping requirements related to executing an LPG fuelling station safety review.