- Sep 21, 2017-

LPG is based on liquefied petroleum gas and is currently the most widely used in all alternative steam and diesel vehicles around the world.

Compared with the traditional car fuel - gasoline, car burning LPG has the following advantages:

1) emissions are significantly reduced.

2) Hazardous emissions are less toxic than gasoline. Here mainly refers to the hydrocarbon (HC) emissions, burning LPG HC emissions without aromatic hydrocarbons and other harmful ingredients.

LPG has a hydrogen / carbon ratio of 2.5 to 2.7, a gasoline of about 2.25, a lower CO2 emissions from LPG, a consideration of the possibility of various compounds forming ozone, and LPG emissions are certainly better than gasoline.

3) Since LPG does not form an oil film on the engine intake manifold or the inlet wall, it does not require cold enrichment as gasoline. Therefore, within 40 seconds after the start of the test cycle and during the warm-up process Better than gasoline. For the future implementation of the European III emission standards, the better adaptability.