LNG & Dual Fuel Frequently Asked Questions

What is LNG?

Liquified Natural Gas is a naturally occurring gas which is cooled down to
-162° C.

Where Is LNG Most Often Used?

Liquified Natural Gas conversions are suggested for Dual-Fuel Diesel vehicles, specifically for larger engines / long haul vehicles such as trucks, buses, etc.

What Does A LNG Conversion Do To My Truck / Bus?

Converting your truck / bus to run on LNG will create a dual-fuel engine, blending together Diesel and LNG at a correct ratio in order to reduce the amount of Diesel being sprayed into the engine.


What Savings Can I Expect If I Convert My Truck/Bus To LNG?

As you are blending two fuels together, the savings will be calculated from the amount of Diesel that is substituted with Natural Gas.

What Happens If I Run Out Of LNG?

If you run out of LNG, the system will automatically switch over to 100% diesel operation.


Can I Convert My Petrol Vehicle / Smaller Diesel Vehicle To Run On CNG?

No, LNG conversions are suggested only for long distance large diesel engines.

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