Galileo Cryobox® Nano LNG Plant

LNG production made easy

Galileo Cryobox® Nano LNG plant introduces the concept of modular capacity to an LNG world that so far has considered large capacity plants with no flexibility.  No CAPEX or technological barriers will prevent you from using LNG as a low cost and low CO2 emissions fuel substitute for diesel or fuel oil. With the Galileo Cryobox®, you can be your own LNG supplier.

You will be able to customize your own LNG production capacity as high as 10,000 gallons per day. The Galileo Cryobox® high-pressure thermodynamic cycle converts natural gas into liquid by cooling its temperature below -153 °C. This is a multi-stage compression process that includes an automatic boil-off recovery system which eliminates the vents associated with LNG storage at LNG fueling stations. this multistage process produces LNG very efficiently and in compliance with all the safety and environmental protection requirements.

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Be a pioneer, not an early adopter

The Galileo Cryobox® offers all the capabilities of a large LNG plant in one mobile compact module. Cryobox® shares  the same basic features and characteristics as all the other Galileo packaged compression systems such as modularity, lightweight, economic transportation, ease of installation, operation and maintenance. You can now enjoy the LNG Revolution through Galileo’s superior and proven technology.

Plug it in & enjoy LNG anywhere

Since it does not require any prior civil engineering work, such as the construction of a perimeter bunker, Cryobox® is ready to be shipped anywhere on a single trailer for immediate use. Due to its packaged configuration, it can be installed at a fueling station and then connected straight to a gas distribution pipeline. When installed at the wellhead of a natural gas field, the Galileo Cryobox® transforms polluting gas flaring into value-added liquid fuel. This solution creates added value and additional environmental benefits from an asset that would have remained otherwise unfeasible to exploit without pipeline infrastructure.

Move clean LNG fuel, to even further distances

As Cryobox® turns LNG into an available and affordable source of clean fuel, you may move even further away from traditional fueling infrastructure. Compared to any other diesel substitute, LNG has a higher energetic density, which means more low-cost fuel and more distance in the same tank. LNG is the most suitable and cleanest power alternative for long-haul trucks, delivery fleets, buses, ships, barges and ferries, railroad locomotives, and anywhere where long distances need to be covered in areas where refueling is widely scattered.

Make LNG part of your business

When natural gas consumption levels do not justify the investment of a conventional pipeline, the Cryobox® combined with Galileo’s Virtual Pipeline®, can provide a ready supply of LNG fuel for remote industrial facilities, mining operations, or distant communities, even further than 250 miles away. The Virtual Pipeline® enhances the capacity of the Cryobox and optimizes LNG transportation costs, delivering more BTUs than CNG and ensuring profitable scales of economy.

Get a double deal - LNG and CNG for all your fuel needs

After reaching the required BTUs scheduled in a regular LNG production plan, Cryobox® is also able to produce up to 80,000 scf/h of CNG on demand for fleets or for retail fueling, allowing for maximum uptime and additional revenue. The Galileo Cryobox® offers this dual mode capability without the installation of additional CNG compression components.


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More key features.

  • Scalability: installation can grow according to demand changes.
  • Low operating costs.
  • Low power consumption.
  • Fully automated operation.
  • Remote monitoring of operations through Galileo’s Global SCADA
  • Minimal storage.
  • Intrinsically safe with an explosion proof casing.
  • No noise or vibration.

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