Why Convert to CNG?


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Noblesville Police
Noblesville, IN

Polk County Sheriff's Dept
Polk County, FL

Newton County
Newton, IN

Newton County Sheriff's Dept
Newton County, IN

Marianna Police Dept
Marianna, FL

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City of South Bend
South Bend, IN

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South Shore Clean Cities
Northern, IN

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Clean Cities Chicago
Chicago, IL

Why CNG?

Compressed natural gas (CNG) is a domestically abundant natural gas stored at high pressure. Natural gas primarily consists of methane, but commonly includes varying amounts of alkanes, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and hydrogen sulfide. Natural gas has an octane rating of about 130, which means it has an efficiency advantage over gasoline. Natural gas is also the cleanest burning fossil fuel because the main byproducts of combustion are carbon dioxide and water vapor, the same compounds we exhale when we breathe. CNG is non-toxic and lighter than air allowing it to dissipate quickly. North America's natural gas reserves are so abundant that they could fuel our vehicles for the next century without importing a single cubic foot of foreign dependency.
No. CNG is actually better for your engine because it burns cleaner. The first ever internal combustion engine was actually run on natural gas, not gasoline. CNG does not contain lead, so spark plug life is extended because there is no fouling. CNG also does not dilute or contaminate crankcase oil.
CNG cylinders are much stronger and safer than gasoline tanks. The design of the cylinder is subject to a number of severe abuse tests such as heat and pressure extremes, dropping, dragging, crushing and even gunfire (Only a round from an AR15 was able to penetrate the cylinder at which point it safely discharged all pressurized contents without incident). The fuel system is fitted with valves, backup valves, emergency shut-off valves and pressure relief devices making this system much safer than its gasoline counterpart. All CNG cylinders must be DOT approved and are inspected every 3 years within their 20 year lifespan. Worldwide, millions of vehicle platforms have been safely driving on CNG for many years including federal, state, and local government fleets.
Yes. We comply with all local, State and Federal guidelines and even have our conversion system vetted through the GSA. All of our Police vehicle platform conversions are installed and inspected by Certified Technicians.
No. None of our CNG conversions alter the engine control unit (ECU) and no emission systems are modified.
CNG Interceptor works closely with the manufacturer (STAG, USA) to only install a high quality product. We stand behind this claim with a warranty of our product and installation throughout the vehicle's municipal life cycle (typically 6 years).
Yes. CNG conversion system can be removed and even transferred to another vehicle if necessary.
Yes. You can sell your vehicle as-is without removing the CNG conversion. CNG vehicles typically sell for a higher retail.
Absolutely not. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975 prohibits auto makers to void manufacturer's warranty on vehicles that have been subject to after-market modifications.

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