Installing an LPG or CNG system on your petrol car guarantees a whole series of advantages; among these, the possibility of circulating everywhere, the considerable economic savings and the lower environmental impact stand out. If the positive aspects are obvious, the choice of the best feeding system is more complex. The question arises: is more convenient an LPG or CNG system?
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LPG and CNG systems have a low environmental impact. This is due to the reduced emissions of carbon dioxide (the drop is 10% for LPG and 23% for CNG) and the absence of sulphur and lead gases. LPG systems have enabled the reduction of carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon and nitrogen emissions into the environment; CNG is free of particulates and hydrocarbons.
Not only eco-sustainability. Thanks to the silent and well distributed combustion of LPG and CNG systems, respect for the environment is accompanied by a pleasant and relaxed driving experience. For a step forward from all points of view.
Trees live and grow thanks to natural elements: they create their wood molecules and produces oxygen by means of water, solar energy and carbon dioxide (CO2) present in the atmosphere. Through photosynthesis, trees reduce CO2 accumulation, as well as greenhouse effect and consequently global warming.
One tree can absorb 10 to 20 kg CO2/year on average.
As you can see in table below, a car travelling 10000 km per year with a 14 km/l consumption, produces 1669 kg of CO2. Emissions would be reduced by 10% (the work of 8 trees) running on LPG, and by 23% running on CNG (the work of 19 trees).
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