Sauer Compressors Group

Case Study

Dual Hurricane WP4351 BasSealCNG Rental Package


Now we have combined them for the first time, and have designed and built a complete plug & play CNG Rental solution, including hazardous location controls. Our Sales approach has always been to use OEM partners to ­package our CNG compressors and/or install the complete CNG stations. We have even partnered for Rental packages in the past, but this is our first on our own. Not only do we see this as a great opportunity to produce high profit revenue, but also continue to promote our name in the CNG Market, and as more than just the manufacturer of the compressors. This strategy also gives customers the opportunity to try Sauer without a full capital ­investment, and gives us the flexibility for rent-to-own options and slightly used equipment sales, when necessary. Our “how can we make it easier for customers to do business with us“ philosophy, puts us one step ahead of the competition. The CNG Market in the United States, Mexico, and Canada remains the single largest volume business that we have, and this rental fleet addition is one more way to help us more deeply penetrate it.


About the customer

The typical customer is a private fleet owner needing to fill their fleet of ­vehicles overnight (time fill application). Rentals are often used as a ­temporary solution for growing fleets requiring more capacity, new fleets or companies with not enough available budget for a capital purchase, or emergency situations where an existing system is down.

Currently rents for $16,000 USD per month.

Product line

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Order details

Markets: Industry (CNG Rental)
Customer: Sauer USA’s CNG Rental ­Customers
Customer's country: United States of America
Application: CNG Refueling Station
Compression media: Natural Gas

Scope of supplies

Compressor type(s): Hurricane WP4351 BasSealCNG
Accessories: Complete Dual “Plug & Play” ­Package in a Weather Enclosure including Explosion-Proof ­Controller
Customised solutions: Class 1, Div. 2, Explosion Proof Hazardous Location, Controls