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NatGasCar Attains EPA Certification For Minivans Powered By Compressed Natural Gas

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  • NatGasCar Attains EPA Certification For Minivans Powered By Compressed Natural Gas

    by NGT News on Friday 02 March 2012

    NatGasCar LLC, a company that specializes in natural gas vehicle conversions, says the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has certified the company's proprietary Van Conversion System for use on the 2011 Dodge Caravan, the 2011 Chrysler Town and Country and the 2011 Volkswagon Routan.

    NatGasCar's compressed natural gas (CNG) conversion system employs a "sleek injection device" that does not require drilling and tapping into an engine manifold, according to the company. The OBD-II compliant platform includes flexible high- and low-pressure steel braid fuel lines and custom brackets for the EDI controller, regulator and fuel rails, as well as Bosch CNG injectors and Lyra valves from OMB.

    "Our launch of the CNG Caravan system enables fleets and private users to immediately reduce their operating costs without giving up any of the benefits of the award-winning 3.6 L Pentastar engine," says Joe Wray, director of sales for NatGasCar.

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    Production Starts for Dodge Caravan with EPA-certified CNG Conversion

    April 6, 2012 Seattle WA

    World CNG, a company specializing in alternative fuel packaging and applications, has partnered with NatGasCar LLC, a Cleveland-based natural gas vehicle conversion systems developer, to immediately begin production on the 2011-2012 Dodge Caravan CNG. Available in both dedicated and bi-fuel models, the Dodge Caravan CNG offers fifth passenger capability and generous cargo space.

    The base tank package includes a single rear-mounted 11.4 GGE composite cylinder capable of providing an estimated range of over 250 miles (400 kms)...