U.S. EPA and CARB Certifications for CNG and Propane
Southern California’s Greenkraft has secured both U.S. EPA and California Air Resources Board certifications for 2016 vehicles with compressed natural gas- or propane-powered 6.0-liter engines from GM. Greenkraft offers both Isuzu NPR trucks converted to CNG or propane autogas, and its own vehicles based on imported chassis.
Greenkraft offers a variety of fuel tank packages that can be side frame-mounted, or placed behind the cabin based on customer needs and body type styles.
“Our system is completely tested and has undergone extreme conditions to ensure product durability and road validation, Greenkraft sales director Frank Ziegler said in the company certification announcement.
More Than 250 Isuzu Upfits
Based on previous-year certifications, the Santa Ana-based company has converted more than 250 Isuzu trucks to gaseous fuel operation using the 6.0-liter engine.
“Greenkraft was created,” states the release, “to introduce clean, green, and efficient vehicle products that bring a price advantage along with superior American performance and safety qualities.”
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Source: Greenkraft, Inc. with Fleets & Fuels follow-up