CNG Conversion for Fleet Refueling

The time has come to convert your fleet vehicles to clean burning natural gas. 

Why pay for the increasingly high cost of gasoline due to foreign oil interests when you can use domestically produced natural gas? 

Who Benefits with CNG Conversion? Fleet owners, businesses, Federal, State and Local Governments benefit from the substantial cost savings as well as the positive environmental impact through the use of clean burning natural gas. There are a number of grants and incentives available.

P.C. McKenzie Company does 
not sell CNG Conversion KITS.

Please visit:   NGVAmerica.org

for a list of kit manufacturers.

 

Contact us about CNG Station Design
 and our newest release!

Small CNG Station

car conversion


P. C. McKenzie Company provides complete NGV Refueling solutions 
for Fleets.

Please contact us for assistance
 with station sizing and design and information
on how and where to convert your vehicles to CNG.

 

 

How To Convert - Gasoline-powered vehicles are easily converted by adding CNG components that make natural gas the primary fuel. Storage cylinders are installed either in the trunk of a car or underneath vans or pick-up trucks. Stainless steel lines are run from the tanks to a regulator that will reduce the pressure of the gas stored on-board. The natural gas then passes through a fuel-air mixer and then into the air intake manifold where it is introduced for combustion. A fuel selection switch is installed on the dash to allow the driver to switch between natural gas and gasoline.

Chrysler Conversions available:

Chrysler 2012 - 3.6 - Grand Caravan, Ram C/V, Routan, Town & Country,  - Conversions to CNG
Chrysler 2012  - 3.6  -  Journey  - conversions to CNG
Chrysler 2012  - 3.6 - 200 Convertible, Avenger - Conversions to CNG
Chrysler 2012  -  4.7  - Ram 1500 2WD, Ram 1500 4WD - Conversions to CNG 
Chrysler 2012  -  4.7  - Ram 1500 2WD, Ram 1500 4WD - Conversions to CNG

Chrysler 2011 - 3.6 - Grand Caravan, Ram C/V, Routan, Town & Country,  - Conversions to CNG
Chrysler 2011  - 3.6  -  Journey  - Conversions to CNG
Chrysler 2011  - 3.6 - 200 Convertible, Avenger - Conversions to CNG

Chrysler 2011 -  4.7 - Dodge Dakota, Dodge Ram 1500, Mitsubishi Raider - Conversions to CNG
Chrysler 2010 -  4.7 - Dodge Dakota, Dodge Ram 1500, Mitsubishi Raider - Conversions to CNG





Frequently asked Questions -

Why do conversions have to be EPA Approved?

There are rules designed by the EPA regarding the manufacture, sale and installation of all conversion systems.   Only EPA and/or Carb-certified systems are allowed to be installed on vehicles in the United States. The EPA views that installation of non-approved kits constitutes "tampering with a federally approved emission system," which is a federal violation punishable by fines that may amount to more than $5,000/day.

 

Why aren't there kits for all vehicles?

Each kit for each engine family type must go through an expensive, lengthy process to secure an EPA approval. Only a select few manufacturers have started the process to obtain approval for certain engine types. Of course, the most cost effective engine types to start with would be the newer models, 2008, 2007 and 2006. The Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition reports that "The process of engineering, manufacturing, installing, pre-testing and then submitting a proposed retrofit system to an EPA or CARB-approved laboratory for certification is a time-consuming and expensive process that may cost as much as $200,000 or more per engine family." 

 

CNG Conversion -  EPA approved 

 

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P.C. McKenzie Company
P.O. Box 112638
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
1-877-244-4883
Fax: 412-257-8890
Phone: 412-257-8866
P.C. McKenzie Company
1365 McLaughlin Run Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15241

 

 CNG Conversion