What is Auto-LPG?
- LPG is a generic name for mixtures of
hydrocarbons (mainly propane and butane) which exists as vapour under ambient
conditions and can be changed into liquid state by application of moderate
- Typical composition of Auto-LPG is
30-40% propane and 60-70% butane and inherently has clean burning
Describe the Auto-LPG Conversion Kit
- Conversion from a gasoline engine to
LPG requires presence of a qualified technician. Under a dual fuel system all
gasoline parts are retained as the system allows one to start and run the vehicle
with either LPG or gasoline with the help of a change over switch per guideline
by qualified technicians.
Important Features of the Auto-LPG Dual System
- Tank - contains the LPG with capacity
ranging from 30 to 100 liters.
- Multivalve - facilities refuelling, has an 80% stop-fill safety device
that acts as a shut-off valve in the event of the rupture of LPG line.
- LPG Solenoid Valve - allows entry as well as prevents flow of LPG to
the system; depending on the mode selected.
- Gasoline Solenoid Valve - allows entry as it prevents flow of gasoline to
the system; depends on the mode selected.
- Electronic Control Module - regulates the flow of LPG depending on the
engine RPM (only in fuel injected models.
- Gas/Petrol Switch - allows change over from gasoline to LPG.
- Pressure Regulator on Vaporizer - facilitates vaporization of LPG from
- Mixer or Gas Injection - introduces the vaporized LPG in the combustion chamber.