Adsorbed natural gas uses adsorbent to store natural gas in a "semi-liquid" state, which enables more natural gas stored at lower pressure. Adsorbed natural gas typically operate at a pressure of 35-75 bar, which translates to cheaper fueling infrastructures and ANG car components. Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) operates at 200-300 bar and requires expensive infrastructure and costly car components. Low pressure of ANG enables inexpensive in-home fueling that allows average households to save an average of one thousand dollars each year on fuel.
With a simple conversion kit, almost all gasoline vehicles can be converted to gasoline-natural gas bifuel vehicle. Adding another two key components, you will have a fully functional gasoline-natural gas bifuel car: an ANG cylinder and a low pressure pump. With click of a button, the fuel types can be switched instantaneous while driving. Here at Luon Energy, we specialize in the design and mass production of the ANG cylinders and the low pressure pumps, the equivalent of battery packs and chargers of a battery car, at much lower cost.
Generally speaking, natural gas is much less dangerous than gasoline vapors. In case of spill, gasoline vapors mix with air to form an explosive mixture that stays to the ground due to higher density of gasoline vapor, while natural gas, being lighter than air, will simply goes up to the sky and quickly dissipate.
ANG is also intrinsically safer than high pressure CNG because of lower pressure of the former.
With our highly trained pressional experts helping installation, you will enjoy years of low cost clean fuel from your own house for years to come. Pay back is typically 2-4 years depending on mileages per year.