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1. CNG-NGV Information Guide for NGV Beginners(Views : 7975)
Welcome to NGV Community.com and our NGV Beginners' Information Guide. Based on our own personal experiences, we, at NGV Community.com understands the monumental tasks that's involved in obtaining information pertaining to NGV conversions, which at best; difficult to find, and at worst;next to impossible to find, especially for potential new NGV Users. But nonetheless, information about the NGV Industry is abundant if you know where to find it from the internet.
Thus, NGV Community.com would try to resolve this difficulty by providing Consumer-based Information on CNG-NGV Conversion under the headings of General or Technical perspective.
2. CNG-NGV Definition: Non-Users vs NGV Users(Views : 4085)
The issue about defining what is NGV is almost inconclusive. True enough, that you would have some basic definition on CNG-NGV from the previous readings in NGV Community.com's NGV 101 on Information Guide. There are various versions of definitions by CNG-NGV industrialists, scientists, engineers, technicians and professionals. Some definitions are general in nature and some are very technical.
3. CNG-NGV is suitable for most Petrol (Gasoline) Engine(Views : 11116)
At NGV Community.com, we are frequently asked many questions pertaining to CNG-NGV conversion suitability by vehicle Make and Model. The questions come in various forms, but they can be summarised to "What engine types are most suitable for CNG-NGV conversion into Bi-Fuel?".
CNG-NGV Conversion on Carburetor-Type Engine for petrol (gasoline) vehicles. This type of conversion is commonly known as Conventional (or sometimes also known as Traditional) CNG-NGV conversion. It primarily involves a CNG-NGV kit, an Air-CNG venturi-mixer, CNG Cylinder and accessories.
CNG-NGV Conversion on EFI-Type Engine for petrol (gasoline) vehicles. This type of conversion is commonly known as Closed Loop System CNG-NGV conversion. It primarily involves a CNG-NGV kit, an Air-CNG venturi-mixer, CNG Cylinder, Injector Emulator, Anti-Contaminant Emission System (AES), Step Motor, Timing Advance Processor and accessories.
CNG-NGV Conversion on EFI-Type Engine for petrol (gasoline) vehicles. This type of conversion is 3rd Generation, employing the Gas Metering technology, called Sequential Gas Injection System (SIS). It primarily involves a CNG-NGV injector, sophiscated Gas ECU, CNG Cylinder, built-in Injector Emulator, Pressure Sensors and accessories.