The autogas which is filled at a pressure in special high quality steel tanks is sent through the copper feed lines to the Vaporizer commonly also known as the PRV or the Reducer which reduces the pressure of the LPG and thus its state from liquid to vapor form. This is then supplied to the engine as per its requirement through a Gas- Air mixer. The pressure of the autogas is reduced by circulating the car 's engine coolant through the reducer
The fuel supply is controlled by magnetic valves or the Solenoids. The (GPL) Gas Solenoid controls the gas supply and the Petrol Solenoid controls the Petrol supply to the engine respectively. One can select either of the fuels by means of a electric switch which is fitted on the car dashboard for instant change over between the two fuels. Injection controllers or emulators are used in cars with fuel injection to protect the onboard ECM and to avoid display of onboard check engine lights . To meet stringent environmental norms Lambda Controller systems are installed in Fuel Injection cars also equipped with Catalytic Converters. Also available are the new Phased Sequential Injection System (FAST ) for latest generation cars to meet Euro-4 emission norms.
There are two types of reducers available namely Aspirated/Vacum and Electronic/Automatic types. The vacum reducers are primarily based on the principle of vaccum generated in the engine and are most suited to Carbureted cars like the Premier Fiat, Ambassador, Maruti Van, Gypsy etc. The Electronic kits are suited to any car with Multi Point Fuel Injection like the Cielo, Ford Ikon, Opel Corsa, Hyundai Santro, Accent, Maruti 800, Alto, Wagon-R, Esteem or Euro-II vehicles etc. However, the electronic reducers can also be used for Carbureted cars.
The system is entirely safe with lock off type magnetic valves and tested equipments. There is also an provision for a safety solenoid which acts as a pressure relief valve and cuts the supply of gas in case of leakage and impact/accident. Besides the LPG tanks are made of strong steel and tested for explosion with three times the working pressure. Tanks are never filled with more than 80% capacity and have a Multivalve which is covered by a vaccum tight box releasing all vapors/LPG in case of leakage to outside of the car. The multivalve is connected to the switch via a electronic sensor showing the level of LPG in the tank. Tanks and Multivalves are approved by the Government of India, Explosives Department for safety. We use only high quality LOVATO MULTIVALVES which are approved by the CCOE, Govt. of India.
We provide the latest kits from Officine LOVATO, Italy who provide fourth generation LPG /CNGequipments which provide high performance and quality, low consumption with easy installations. The brand marketed by us is the best and world leader with ISO-9001, ISO:15500 standards or ECE-67-R approvals and are being exporting to many countries in Europe, America & Asia. For details on CNG conversion kits, please contact us or visit our website
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