Advantages of the LPG* conversion equipment
Environmental is our number one priority, as LPG* is considered one of the cleanest burning fuels available, that will cut carbon emissions up to 60%, and other Green-house Gas emissions by more than 90%.
*LPG - Liquid Propane
Safety is another noted advantage. Contrary to some beliefs that LPG is hazardous, it is actually proven safer than Gasoline. LPG inside the tank will never ignite, as it requires proper fuel to air ratio, also requires a much higher ignition temperature than Gasoline. Another safety feature is the tank itself that is literally bullet proof, made of high grade steel and not of plastic or composite materials like your Gasoline tank.
The price of LPG is also a huge bonus point, as Gasoline prices vary, yet LPG remains one of the cheapest fuels available at about 50% compared to Gasoline, and pays for the investment in a reasonable time frame.
The trend of installing the conversion system is spreading exponentially, on both cars and trucks. Many vehicle owners are now convinced that the vehicle operation on LPG is significantly reducing the costs, up to 50%, when the system is installed on their vehicle.
How LPG Vehicles Work
LPG vehicles work much like Gasoline-powered vehicles with spark-ignited engines. LPG is stored as a liquid in a relatively low-pressure tank, about 150 pounds per square inch. In vapor injected systems, liquid LPG travels along a fuel line into the engine compartment. The supply of LPG to the engine is controlled by a regulator or vaporizer, which converts the liquid LPG to a vapor. The vapor is fed to the intake manifold and mixed with filtered air before being drawn into the combustion chamber where it is burned to produce power, just like Gasoline.