Dual Fuel Extended Runtime & Diesel Fuel Displacement

 

Diesel Fuel Displacement

Diesel fuel compression ignition engines retrofitted with the dual fuel kit use natural gas as the primary fuel. The advantages are both economic and environmental. Typically, 50% to 70% of diesel fuel normally used can be safely displaced with natural gas. The OptiBlend™ system is designed to allow for fuel switching during full or partial load conditions without interruption of engine speed or power. Displacement of diesel should never exceed 70%. Typical is 50% to 60%. It is not recommended to exceed 50% displacement at 100% load. 

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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