FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CHESTER, New Jersey, October 12, 2016 – Adsorbed Natural Gas Products Inc. (ANGP) announced today it has received from the United State Patent and Trademark Office a Notice of Allowance for its Sorbent Based Low Pressure Gaseous Delivery System, which ANGP refers to as its Fuel Extraction Pressurization System (FEPS™). The formal issuance of the patent is expected over the next 8 to 12 weeks.
The patent covers the embodiment of the ANGP FEPS™ in an isolation circuit designed to operate only when the gaseous storage tank on a vehicle drops below a specified pressure. This embodiment allows for increased energy efficiency of the ANGP adsorbed natural gas (ANG) based storage system in conjunction with the vehicle’s fuel injection and electrical systems.
ANGP’s isolation circuit triggered FEPS™ is best suited for high horse power applications requiring energy density flow at pressures in excess of 100 psi. ANGP’s low pressure storage systems designed for light duty vehicles no longer require the use of the FEPS™ due to the high release rate of natural gas from the ANGP system technology.
“Issuance of this patent is more recognition of the continuing leadership in the commercialization of low pressure ANG technology for motor vehicles by ANGP and our coalition of major corporations,” said Bob Bonelli, co-founder and CEO of ANGP.
Adsorbed Natural Gas Products Inc. (ANGP) designs, develops and manufactures on-board low pressure adsorbed natural gas (ANG) storage technology, and related products, for all classes of motor vehicles. The unique ANGP business model of working through a coalition of major corporations, each with specific competencies and global infrastructure, assures the market of the best combination of science, technology and manufacturing. ANGP has one main objective: to be the leading motor vehicle ANG technology company, providing products that are disruptive, enabling and manufactured to the highest standards of safety, performance and reliability. For more about ANGP, please visit http://www.angpinc.com.
For more information, contact:
Matt Bonelli, Vice President