BRC Gas Equipment Gas Equipment is among the world leaders in designing and manufacturing components and complete system for vehicle conversion from gasoline to LPG or CNG and complete CNG filling station. All the production comply with most stringent international rules in force.
Prins Autogassytemen BV, a Westport company, has been a world leader in the development of alternative fuel systems for almost 30 years. It has acquired a reputation of excellence for providing its OEM, Country Importers and after market customers with cost-effective and innovative solutions for the wide range of engine types available on the market today.
Prins has obtained world’s first R115 certification for its LPG system with direct LPG injection called Direct LiquiMax-2.0 System. With the latest engine developments for petrol cars using direct fuel injection, new innovations are needed to benefit from the lower fuel cost of LPG and reduction in emission, like CO2 and particles. The Prins Direct LiquiMax-2.0 system easily complies with the current EURO-5 and EURO-6 emission standard. Prins has developed Direct LiquiMax-2.0 for drivers to get those benefits without losing drivability and performance, enabling you to directly start on LPG.
KING is an advanced injection, designed for use with the latest petrol driven car. It can be installed on all fuel injected vehicles powered by LPG or CNG. The system is fully homologatedin compliance with the latest safety standards for gas fuel system (R 67-01 and R 110) and keeps emission well within the limits established by strictest standards (Euro 4).
Zavoli Srl is an Italian company based in Cesena (FC), world leader in the designing, manufacturing and marketing of LPG and CNG equipment for the automotive industry. Founded in 1993, Zavoli Srl has since grown with special dynamism, becoming in a short period of time one of the sector leading companies at an international level. Research and development, innovation and quality are the basic principles inspiring the the company mission. Zavoli Srl employs approximately 80 dislocated in 3 separate buildings and covering a total area of 10,000 m2, of which 5,000 are sheltered. Zavoli Srl’s production is of approximately 200,000 LPG and CNG conversion systems per year.
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Romano Autogas SRL was the first Italian autogas manufacturer to introduce the sequential injection systems using AEB electronics, since then they have grown to become the third largest Italian manufacturer supplying the autogas industry worldwide.
LIMA, an lpg autogas equipment manufacturer based in Southampton, has been distributing its systems in the UK since March and currently supplies to a number of other countries, including Belgium, Germany and Australia.
Italian producers of systems for the conversion of vehicles to gas are the industry’s leaders at the global level, and the Made in Italy of Bigas is a synonym for quality, reliability and precision. Appreciated more and more on the international market, the Made in Italy of Bigas is the perfect synthesis of Italian excellence in the field of mechanics.
Bigas can count on a production process whose value is universally recognised, and thus the company remains the Italian point of reference for business partners, distributors and drivers all over the world.
OMVL is a leading player in the alternative fuel vehicles sector, designing, manufacturing and marketing complete fuelling systems for gas-propelled vehicles and for the conversion of engines from petrol to CNG and LPG.
Established in 1980 at Argelato near Bologna, OMVL was acquired by Juniper Engines Inc. in 2010. Juniper, a natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) engine and fuel system provider, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of natural gas engine and fuel system developer Westport Innovations Inc. Juniper is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with sales and engineering support located in North America, Europe and Asia.
The OMVL manufacturing premises are based in Pernumia, Italy, while commercial branches or production plants are located in Argentina.