‘Consistent Fuel Quality Has Become a Greater Need for Fleet Customers’
Alliance AutoGas is promoting a line of filters for propane autogas (aka LPG, for liquefied petroleum gas). The filters are designed to “remove potentially harmful particulate matter and heavy ends from propane systems.”
“While it’s common for gasoline and diesel fuels to be filtered multiple times as it’s transported to an end-user, propane has historically not been filtered,” states a release.
“As propane has gained popularity as a transportation fuel, called autogas, consistent fuel quality has become a greater need for fleet customers,” Alliance AutoGas says. Two new filters have been specifically designed to eliminate potential fuel contamination issues with autogas fuel dispenser systems.
One or Two for Customized Solutions
A highly efficient primary LPG particulate filter removes 99% of harmful particulates while a secondary absorbent carbon filter has been specifically engineered to remove heavy ends, without removing the propane odorant.
“The dual filter design can be tailored to a fleet’s specific need,” Alliance AutoGas says. They are sold and can be installed separately or together for “a customized solution.”
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Source: Alliance AutoGas with Fleets & Fuels follow-up