CNG (compressed natural gas) is used in traditional petrol/internal automotive combustion engines that have been modified, or in vehicles which were manufactured for CNG use, or alone ('dedicated') LPG - (Liquefied petroleum gas), also called LPG, GPL, LP Gas, liquid petroleum gas or simply propane or butane, is a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases used as a fuel in heating appliances and automotive applications.
The engine is provided with two lines of injectors, a petrol line and a CNG line. Another dedicated management supplants the petrol injection. The gas injection into the engine follows a diaphragm movement, being attracted by an electro-magnet.
The range consists of 12 references featuring 2 types of injectors for petrol and gas engines.