CNG

Overview

CNG is short for Compressed Natural Gas and is generally used as fuel for transportation. CNG is free from lead and sulphur that reduce harmful emissions and make it a green fuel. CNG also enhances the lifespan of engine as it is non-corrosive in nature.

CNG is also free from contaminants and hence, it increases the lifespan of lubricating oils, maintaining its viscosity and thickness for longer periods. These advantages make CNG a highly viable fuel source, which increases efficiency of vehicles, while reducing operational costs.

One of the biggest advantages of CNG is that its gaseous nature allows it to mix evenly in the air. It is also less likely to spontaneously combust, making CNG safer than traditional fuel sources.