Dual Fuel Diesel Fuel Cost Savings

 

Diesel Fuel Cost Savings

OptiBlend dual fuel system technology displaces diesel fuel with gaseous fuels such as compressed natural gas, wellhead gas, methane and hydrogen gas. The system measures gaseous fuel flow that is introduced into the air intake engine entry point. The system is configured to optimally displace between 50% up to 70% of the diesel fuel supply required to support the demand load on the engine. A 100% engine load would likely operate at a 50% displacement, whereas an engine load of 75% would operate closer to 70% displacement. Your fuel savings depend upon your power requirements and the gaseous fuel you are using to displace diesel fuel. Further, the fluctuating cost of diesel fuel is a factor in the overall cost savings you will receive.

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*calculation assumes 70% displacement, 1 Gallon CNG = 5.66lbs , Diesel Equivelant = 6.384 lbs
**calculations are based on your input data and are approximations