What is compressed natural gas (CNG)?
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is a [su_color_text]“lighter than air”[/su_color_text] natural gas that is stored at a high pressure. CNG typically contains methane, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and hydrogen sulfide and then these elements are simply compressed.
CNG typically has a octane rating of 130 compared to gasoline which is usually around a rating of 92. This means that CNG has a an advantage in [su_color_text]saving you money and energy![/su_color_text]
Improved power and performance
Even though your fleet may already be running on diesel, don’t think you can’t benefit from the money savings of switching to compressed natural gas! Your diesel engine can easily be converted to accept a proper diesel and CNG mix to operate with added power and fuel economy!