This page will give you an idea about the service we have designed for our clients. We can only state that the machines and devices used for repairing and services here, except the size of the workshop, can only be compared with the renowned workshop in Kolkata. Moreover, the photograph in the page, are of our own workshop, used just for an impression about that.
Joint Venture between Rohan Automotive Equipment (India) and M.T.M-BRC Gas Equipment (Italy).
LPG has become the latest trend in the Indian car industry. Many car manufacturers are using this alternative fuel to produce eco-friendly and fuel-efficient cars. In India, LPG fuel is available as a kit that can be fitted in almost all car models based upon the specifications provided by the respective car manufacturer. Hyundai Santro Eco and Maruti Suzuki WagonR Duo (petrol and LPG) are the car models available with an LPG option.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), also known as propane, is a non-renewable fossil fuel, produced as a by-product of natural gas processing and crude oil refining. The fuel used in cars and automobiles is only a petrol form of gas that contains 90% of propane.
Dr. Walter Snelling was always surprised to see why gasoline evaporated so fast. Finally, in 1910, he investigated the evaporation process and revealed that the evaporated gases were propane, butane and other hydrocarbons that are lighter than air. After the investigation, Dr. Snelling performed a distillation process to separate liquid and gaseous form of gasoline. The gaseous form containing propane was then sold off to the Founder of Phillips Petroleum Company, Frank Phillips.
The use of propane, named as LPG, was widespread after the first car powered by propane was rolled out in 1913. Since more than 90 years, the car industry around the world is using this form of fuel for powering various automotives.
As an automotive fuel, LPG has various advantages. Some of the key benefits are as follows:
Though the drawbacks are few, LPG as automotive fuels has some disadvantages: Cars running on LPG take a longer time for ignition during winters. This is mainly because of the low vapour pressure of the propane.