The Barrier Free Living Specialists

For The More Technically Minded

Our Autogas conversions are carefully carried out over a 3-5 day period, our team of installers have collectively worked in the automotive industry for many years and have a wealth of experience, we have autogas converted everything from 1.0 litre small family hatchbacks to 7.4 litre American RV’s, prestigious Mercedes to Toyota Hybrid (electric, petrol, autogas) engines, please visit our galleries to see the variation of work our experienced team are able to carry out.

The choice of autogas vehicles in the alternative fuels market is second to none with most petrol engines suitable for an autogas conversion, please feel free to contact us for a discussion about your car as we really can convert almost anything despite what forums or other websites may tell you.

Nearly all autogas vehicles are dual fuel meaning they can run on either autogas or petrol and as such have two independent fuel systems & tanks. Of course, to make the most significant money and emissions savings, users of autogas cars run on autogas as often as they can.

Autogas fuel tanks can be located beneath the boot floor, in the spare wheel well in place of the spare wheel, or mounted under the chassis in the case of vans & 4×4 vehicles, resulting in no loss of valuable boot load space.

Most autogas installations are integrated with the existing fuel and engine management systems of modern vehicles resulting in a reliable and efficient autogas system.

 

Conversion process and necessary components

Tanks
As LPG is stored as a liquid under pressure, tanks are designed to withstand high impact and extreme temperatures. To allow for product expansion LPG tanks must be filled to a maximum of 80% and fitted with an over fill protection valve. Tanks should be permanently mounted in the vehicle typically in the boot, spare wheel well or under the chassis.

Filler Point
 The vehicle filler point should be permanently mounted to the vehicles body in a convenient spot typically close to the petrol filling cap. In the case of 4×4 vehicles the filling connector may be mounted on the tow bar attachment or low down on the vehicle bumper feel free to discuss this with us.

Fuel switch & gauge
Nearly all LPG vehicles are dual fuel meaning they will run on either LPG or petrol, switching seamlessly between the two fuels whilst in motion at the flick of a switch or when they run out of LPG. This switch is usually mounted conveniently on the dash and is integrated with the LPG fuel gauge.

Engine components
Looking under the bonnet you may notice the subtle additions of the LPG fuel system. These will typically include (depending on the vehicle and system) the LPG injectors, vaporiser, LPG fuel lines, and the LPG ECU.

Our LPG conversions are carefully carried out over a 3-5 day period by our team of experienced technicians we also have a team of sales advisers available to look after any of your enquiries this helps ensure you get the best customer service possible.

 
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