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Economic advantages of LPG

Almost every vehicle with a petrol engine can be converted to run on LPG. Many vehicle owners are certainly wondering why they should convert their car to LPG? This question is easy to answer. LPG is significantly cheaper than petrol. But that's not all.

The conversion to LPG

Basically, one Conversion to LPG should only be carried out by a specialist companywho has a lot of experience in this field. This is the only way to ensure that the LPG system works reliably and no damage to the engine occurs. There is also no need for vehicle owners to fear that they have a gas tank in their car. With a correct assembly there is no danger. Gas tanks are made of steel that is at least 3.5 millimeters thick. There are also six safety devices. This includes pressure relief valves, soldered fuses and many other devices. A gas tank is considered safer than a gas tank.

LPG consists of a mixture of propane and butane. In winter the mixture ratio is 60 percent propane and 40 percent butane. In summer the mixing ratio is exactly the opposite. The winter mix ensures more efficient combustion at low temperatures.

Significantly lower fuel costs

One of the biggest advantages for the vehicle owner is that Saving of fuel costs. LPG is subsidized for tax purposes until at least 2018, so that the price per liter averages 60 cents. Petrol, on the other hand, costs an average of 1.40 euros. Incidentally, since it is already anchored in the coalition agreement, we will most likely Tax relief extended until 2025. Due to the slightly lower density of LPG, consumption increases by around 10 to 20 percent, depending on the vehicle model, depending on the LPG system. Nevertheless, there is an enormous saving in fuel costs. This can be illustrated with an example.

If the consumption of a vehicle in the compact class is an average of 8 liters per 100 kilometers, a petrol price of 1.4 euros results in costs of 11.20 euros. If the same vehicle is operated with LPG, the consumption is a maximum of 9.6 liters. This results in costs of 5.76, assuming a price of 0.6 euros per liter of LPG. This results in a saving of 5.44 per 100 kilometers.

Further economic advantages

The saving on fuel costs is only one aspect. A retrofit will result in more economical advantages on. LPG burns significantly better in the engine than petrol. This means that the engine runs much quieter and more evenly. As a result, there is less wear and tear on the mechanical components of the engine. The engine therefore has a longer service life.

Another aspect is that Extension of the range. After converting to LPG, the vehicle can continue to run on petrol. The additional gas drive increases the range by several hundred kilometers. This gives the vehicle owner the opportunity to always refuel when fuel prices are low. This also saves money.

It should also be sent to the Increase in value of the car. A vehicle powered by LPG is much more valuable than a conventional vehicle that runs entirely on gasoline. If such a vehicle is to be sold at some point, a significantly higher price can be achieved for the used car with LPG drive.

 

Foreign designations:

Italy:

GLP -> "Gas Liquido Propano"

Spain:

GLP -> "Gases Licuados del Petróleo" (GLP Automoción)

France:

GPL -> "Gaz de Pétrole Liquéfié"

Germany:

Autogas or LPG -> "Liquefied Petroleum Gas"