LPG is mixture of Propane and Butane, When this mixtures are lightly compressed they change from a gaseous to liquid. Chemical is added to give it a small leak can easily detect. Automotive LPG is a clean – burning, high octane number, environmental friendly transportation fuel with its proven success. High octane number ensures virtually no sacrifice in power. LPG under moderate pressure and reduced temperature can be stored in liquefied form.
CNG stands for Compressed Natural Gas. It is one of the most viable alternatives to traditional fuel energy resources for the automotive industry. CNG is low in pollutants, high in calorific value and heat yield, economical and available in abundance globally
In terms of combustion, Auto gas is similar to Petrol. But the fuel is stored under moderate pressure the vehicle tank is much stronger and duly approved by CCOE, Auto Gas & CNG container manufactured under ECR/BS standards, it is fitted with a shut-off valve and a safety burst disc, will survive far greater than Diesel or Petrol tanks. The gas is stored in the vehicle in liquid form in tank. The tank is designed from special low carbon steel. The following safety is provided: Multifunction valve provided it includes safety valve it tested as per ECR/BS/CCOE standards. CNG container provided BS tested Cylinder valve for safety.
No. CNG is entirely safe for your car’s engine. Since it enters the car engine in the form of gas, there is no generation of carbon during combustion. As a result, it reduces the chances of damage to your vehicle’s engine compared to other fuels.