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What is CNG

CNG, also known as compressed natural gas, is an eco-friendly alternative to gasoline. Made by compressing natural gas (methane) down to less than 1% of its volume, CNG fuel is safer than gasoline and diesel because it is non-toxic and does not contaminate ground water. This natural gas is the same gas that you use daily to heat your home and water, cook on the stove and even to dry your clothes in a dryer. The use of CNG fuel is becoming more popular with both commercial and non-commercial vehicles.

CNG bi-fuel benefits

  • Approximately half the cost of gasoline and diesel

  • The “greenest” vehicle fuel, resulting in significant carbon footprint reduction

  • Vehicle performance is similar to that of gasoline, diesel and NG fuels

  • CNG cylinders are less dangerous than gasoline and diesel tanks because of its size, structure, and location within the vehicle. These cylinders have safety devices which are designed to release the gas if there a higher than normal pressure or temperature

  • CNG reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Tax to claim back, by leaving a green footprint within the company.

  • Stealing fuel is not a possibility on large fleets due to the composition of the fuel

  • Increased autonomy having the option to run petrol or CNG

  • CNG combusting leaves little to no residue when compared to traditional gasoline and diesel. This means that damages to pipes and tubes in the vehicle’s engines are reduced.

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CNG dual-fuel heavy duty vehicles benefits

  • Comprises of a kit that is installed  onto the truck, therefore creating a bi-fuel truck.

  • Allows the driver to safely switch between diesel & natural gas, even while driving.

  • Once the truck undergoes a CNG gas conversion, you will start to save costs straight away on your fuel bill, around 25%.

  • Cost recovery of the conversion over a short period.

Where is CNG recommended

CNG conversion leads to a small loss of performance of 8-12%, which can be reduced significantly using new technology.

Vehicle can, also, be programmed to have no loss of performance, reducing the saving of the fuel's cost, if that is needed.

Therefore, CNG is better for vehicles that power of loss won't affect their functionality.

CNG is heavily recommended on the dual-fuel diesel conversions on heavy duty vehicles.

Filling stations

On CNG filling stations, we can provide:

  • Variety of technology options

  • Technical documents

  • Installation

  • Certificates

  • Inspections and testing

  • Engineering and documentation

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