Isuzu-Chassis Vehicle Outfitted with Quantum Tanks
Southern California’s Greenkraft says it’s modified a NiteHawk street sweeper to run on compressed natural gas. The vehicle will be put to work in San Diego, says Greenkraft VP Frank Ziegler.
The Isuzu-chassis truck has a U.S. EPA- and California-certified 6.0-liter dedicated-CNG engine. It has 60 GGE/gasoline gallon equivalents of CNG storage in two cabin-mounted Type IV fuel tanks. For this specific build, CNG tanks were supplied by Quantum, Ziegler told F&F.
The sweeper is “unique,” Greenkraft says, in that its has steering on both sides.
The truck was designed by NiteHawk. Greenkraft manufactured the alternative fuel system and installed it.
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