Bi Fuel Engines : Diesel – Natural Gas
Almost any diesel engine can be converted to a bi-fuel engine. The OptiBlend® bi-fuel kit prioritizes engine health over diesel displacement. The OptiBlend® bi-fuel kit has two alarm levels which will either reduce the natural gas until the alarm is cleared, or shutdown the system until reset by the operator. The HMI displays real-time fuel flow, displacement, and alarm status. The OptiBlend® system can also communicate with other controls via J1939 or Modbus.
Oil and gas projects typically rely on more than one hard-running generator in either backup or primary function capacity — and rely on diesel fuel. To stretch those tanks of diesel fuel, cut emissions, and guarantee uptime of critical engines in remote job sites, more and more operators are retrofitting their diesel engines with conversion kits that run efficiently enough to deliver ROI in as few as 250 hours of runtime.
A diesel engine generator can save lives as part of a healthcare facility’s disaster response arsenal. A diesel engine generator that can seamlessly run diesel and natural gas means extended uptime for critical operational and lifesaving functions, stretching supplies when conditions are tough and resupply is uncertain. OptiBlend® conversion kits provide a more secure bi-fuel backup solution and have been proven on many OEM diesel engines including Caterpillar®, Cummins®, Kohler®, MTU®, John Deere®, Mitsubishi®, and more.
OptiBlend® is the preferred aftermarket bi-fuel solution by engine dealers. The OptiBlend® bi-fuel system has been installed in hospitals, oil and gas job sites, defense facilities, and more since 2009. Our experienced engineers and technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to support our customers.
The bi-fuel gas train components come in multiple sizes and configurations to accommodate a wide range of engine power. The gas train is designed for operating temperatures from -15°C to 60°C (-13°F to 176°F) and can be fitted with an optional cold weather package for extremely cold environments. The bi-fuel controller monitors the gas train temperature to maintain safe dual fuel operation.
The gas train is designed to maintain a negative outlet pressure. Gas will only flow while the engine is running, creating an intrinsically safe system, and maintaining a constant gas to air ratio.
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