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What is LPG?

Liquefied petroleum gas, also known as LPG or AutoGas, is a mixture of gases present in natural gas or dissolved in oil. The gaseous components at room temperature of LPG – propane and butane – are easy to liquify and hence their name.

LPG / AutoGas is the fuel for a new sustainable mobility. Using LPG / AutoGas you contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases and the improvement of urban air quality. 

LPG cars are bifuel, that is, they run on gas and gasoline or diesel. In the case of gasoline engines, if the LPG tank runs out, the system switches manually or automatically to gasoline mode without the driver perceiving it, except for an indicator light. In the case of diesel tanks, the electronic system makes the fuels mix in the proper proportions.

LPG benefits

  • No loss of performance converting a car to LPG

  • Saving up to 50%

  • Going green “Eco Friendly”, LPG reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Safe to use, the tanks for storing LPG are stronger than the tanks for petrol and diesel.

  • 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 LPG

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Where is LPG recommended

LPG is the best choice on:

  • Light duty vehicles as it has no loss of performance and the additional weight of the tanks is very small.

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Filling stations

On LPG filling stations, we can provide:

  • Variety of technology options

  • Drawings

  • Vessel

  • Installation

  • Government approved inspection

  • Environmental impact study

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