We offer CARB- and EPA-certified conversion systems for various late model vehicles that provide fleet operators and others with the ability to use abundant and clean American energy.
Alternative fuels are stable, require no treatment, enable vehicles to exhaust cleaner emissions, have a higher octane rating and tend to be less expensive than traditional fuels.
Power, acceleration, payload, and cruise speed are unchanged compared to an equivalent gasoline-powered vehicle.
Vaporized Injection is when an alternative fuel gets vaporized, using the coolant system of a vehicle, prior to being injected into a conventional multi-point fuel injection engine. This method uses low pressure to inject fuel from a separate fuel rail or set of injectors into the intake tract, or cylinder port.
Liquid Injection is when an alternative fuel is pumped from the tank and then injected into a conventional multi-point fuel injection engine. This method uses high pressure to inject fuel from a separate fuel rail or set of injectors into the intake tract, or cylinder port.
Direct Injection is a variant of fuel injection, whereby an alternative fuel is highly pressurized, and injected via a common rail/fuel line directly into the combustion chamber of each cylinder.
The major advantages of a direct injection engine are increased fuel efficiency and high power output. Emissions levels can also be more accurately controlled with a direct injection system. The gains are achieved by the precise control over the amount of fuel and injection timings that are varied according to engine load.
Additionally, engines operate on full air intake. There is no air throttle plate eliminating air throttling losses in some direct injection engines, when compared to a conventional fuel-injected or carbureted engine, which greatly improves efficiency, and reduces piston ‘pumping losses’. Engine speed is controlled by the engine control unit (ECU) or engine management system (EMS), which regulates fuel injection function and ignition timing, instead of having a throttle plate that restricts the incoming air supply.
CNG or Propane; Vaporized or Direct Injection; CARB & EPA-certified Mono- and Multi-fuel Systems; Warranty Period of 3 Years or 36,000 Miles; Qualified Vehicle Modifier for FORD and Tier One Supplier for GENERAL MOTORS (ensures that the calibration requirements comply with OEM specifications to maintain factory limited warranty of the base engine; also allows for convenient financing through approved lending institutions)
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Propane; Liquid or Direct Injection; EPA-certified Mono- and Multi-fuel Systems Warranty Period of 2 Years or 70,000 miles; developing a Dual-fuel System for diesel vehicles – INTERNATIONAL DT-466
For a complete listing of CARB- and EPA- certificates, please click here.
Non-EPA-certified conversion systems are available for vehicles that are beyond their useful life expectancy… such as gasoline-powered vehicles that are more than seven (7) model years and/or have greater than 120,000+ miles.
Select engine brands/manufacturers include but are not limited to those that are below listed.