Ensuring integrity of CNG fuel systems is a vital part of NGV safety.
While the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requires all on-board CNG storage cylinders to be visually inspected every three years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first, or following any accident or fire, NGV industry best practice calls for inspection of the entire CNG fuel system. CNG fuel system inspections must be conducted by well-trained and qualified technicians.
Attending NGVi’s two-day CNG Fuel System Inspector Training:
- Helps ensure technicians are adequately trained to properly conduct CNG fuel system inspections according to all current codes and standards.
- Helps prepare technicians for the CNG Fuel System Inspector Certification Exam.
CNG Fuel System Inspector Certification Exam
Want maximum protection? NGVi’s CNG Fuel System Inspector Certification Exam delivers a rigorous, independent assessment of the knowledge, competency, and application of skills necessary for technicians to properly conduct CNG fuel system inspections, according to all applicable codes, standards, and industry best practices.
NGVi’s certification exam can be taken in conjunction with any CNG Fuel System Inspector training course. For more information, click here.