LPG has been used for many decades in several appliances, such as gas heaters, kitchen hobs and stoves, lighters, etc. In Europe, it has been of use for at least 30 years, while, today, more than 7.5 million vehicles utilize LPG.
- It diffuses in air and takes twice the temperature to ignite.
- It has the lowest flammability range of any other alternative fuel.
- Leaks are detected very easily thanks to the very distinct smell of gas resulting from a special safety additive.
- The gas is non-toxic, non-poisonous to humans.
Gas tanks are made of special carbon steel and alloys that render them 20 times more resistant than the gasoline tank. Tested at high pressures, they are ISO certified and comply with the highest European quality standard 67R. During a collision a gas tank cannot be broken or opened, holding the gas stored in complete safety. Furthermore, following the EU regulation, all systems have multiple safety valves ensuring smooth and safe operation.
- Excessive Pressure Valve
- Back Flow Valve
- Two (2) Electro Valves
- Excessive Flow Valve
- Airtight Wrap
LPG Crash Tests