Energy for a better tomorrow
CNG is Compressed Natural Gas, a clean fuel for automobiles. Natural Gas is compressed & dispensed to vehicles at high pressure of 200 bar to enhance the vehicle on board storage capacity. CNG is environment friendly since emission of CO, NOx and particulate matter is very less. It's been a successful fuel for the transport system, popularly termed as "GREEN FUEL". Its economical as compared to liquid auto fuels. CNG improves engine performance and provides a better mileage. Its non-toxic, non-corrosive, non-carcinogenic nature gives engine an extended life and also contributes to a less polluted environment.
Standard CNG kits are available in the market which can be fitted into any three/four wheeler. The basic components of a CNG kit are storage cylinder, high pressure tube pressure regulator, pressure gauge, change over switch, high pressure tube/fittings, CNG level indicator and air fuel mixer.
CNG improves engine performance and provides a better mileage. Its non-toxic, non-corrosive, non-carcinogenic nature gives engine an extended life and also contributes to a less polluted environment.
Each of us can make a difference and when it comes to energy, people and communities worldwide are eager to transition to smarter, better energy choices. Natural gas is a key part of that transition and can help ease the way.
CNG is more environment friendly
CNG engines run more quietly due to the higher octane rating of CNG over gasoline and they produce less exhaust emissions. Harmful emissions such as carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2 and nitrous oxide (N2O) can be reduced by as much as 95% when compared to gasoline powered vehicles.
CNG reduces maintenance costs
CNG contains no additives and burns cleanly leaving no by-products of combustion to contaminate your spark plugs and engine oil. CNG is almost two third the price of super gasoline, resulting in substantial savings in fuel costs.
CNG is safer
CNG is lighter than air, hence in case of leakage CNG disperses quickly into the air instead of on the ground, reducing the risk of fire and ground contamination.