Last works

  • Toyota Yaris III 1.0 VVT-i 69KM
    Car brand: Toyota
    Car model: Yaris III 1.0
  • Toyota Auris II 1. 6 & Toyota Yaris III 1.33
    Car brand: Toyota
    Car model: Auris II 1.6 & Yaris III 1.33
  • Toyota Yaris 1.33 & VW Polo 1.4 & VW UP! 1.0
    Car brand: Toyota & Volkswagen
    Car model: Yaris III 1.33 & Polo V 1.4 & UP! 1.0
  • Volkswagen UP! 1.0 & Polo 1.4
    Car brand: Volkswagen
    Car model: UP! 1.0 & Polo 1.4 V
  • VW UP! 1.0 & VW Polo V 1.4 & Dacia Duster 1.6
    Car brand: Volkswagen & Dacia
    Car model: UP! 1.0 & Polo V 1.4 & Duster 1.6

Installation of LPG systems

      At the beginning of the 1990s a favourable trend appeared on the fuel market, which was caused by a difference between the prices of petrol and autogas by approx. 50%. Such obvious savings when using LPG caused that a large number of car users in Poland decided to install an LPG system. A high level of awareness of the safety in daily use among vehicle owners, as well as high quality and reliability of new LPG systems cause that "this is a right and very good investment in a car".
  • Types of systems - generations


    Various fuel systems used in petrol engines of vehicles require selection of a proper generation and type of gas system. In the terms of installation of LPG systems, there are five generations of propane-butane fuel supply systems. The main factor that decides about correct selection of LPG system is the type of petrol fuel system used in given car.
  • http://www.brc.it/default.aspx

    BRC LPG systems

    Thanks to a wide offer of BRC systems, which starts with SEQUENT 24, we can equip practically each petrol car with an LPG system - regardless of the age of car!!

  • Gas tanks

    Gas tanks

    The tanks used for installation of autogas systems are pressure tanks, in which liquid fuel is stored. Two basic types of tanks are used: cylindrical tanks and toroidal tanks, which can be additionally divided into internal toroidal tanks, external toroidal tanks, and vertical toroidal tanks.

  • http://www.jlmlubricants.com/en

    Lubrication

    JLM liquid lubricant is a modern preparation used in cars with engines exposed to the risk of valve seats burning (due to the design and the materials used). The preparation forms a protective layer on valves and valve seats, which protects them against excessive wear.
  • Information about LPG

    Information about LPG

    What is LPG?

     

    LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is the name adopted for a mixture of propane and butane, which is used, inter alia, as fuel for petrol engines.

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