Heavy-truck operators in Australia are reaping the benefits from a new liquefied petroleum gas (LPG Autogas) induction system designed to significantly reduce fuel costs by improving diesel combustion. Developed by Green Fuel Systems International (GFSI), the dual-phase induction system introduces LPG Autogas via a separate tank into the air intake of a diesel engine, improving efficiency and reducing fuel consumption up to 20%, the company says. In addition, the process nets increases ...
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