Enhanced Engine Performance Maintains and enhances engine power Allows engine to operate in dual fuel mode or strictly diesel Provides propane to the engine based on the varying demands of the engine. Self adjusts to continuously changing work loads Emissions Reduction Reduces the emission of Nitrogen Oxides (Nox) and particulates from a diesel engine Lowers engine emissions without affecting power output No carburetors or intake restrictions are necessary for air/gas intake Economical Fuel Consumption Lowers Diesel Fuel Cost by extending run times per tank of diesel fuel Reduces the diesel fuel utilized by the engine Why choose a Powershot PDI??
Propane Diesel Injection System How it works…. The Powershot PDI uses a patented technology that mixes a small amount of gas (vapor propane) with the intake air of a turbo charged diesel engine, prior to the introduction of that air into the engine.
How is it implemented? A propane motor fuel tank is attached to the vehicle with the PDI system. All tanks are manufactured to ASME and DOT standards.
Only two lines are routed to the engine compartment; one to provide boost pressure to the PDI system. The other hose provides for the delivery of propane vapor to the air intake just before the turbo charger. Propane Diesel Injection System
Requires no changes to the engine, ECM or fuel management system
Mechanical Regulator Assembly US Patent 6422015
Propane Diesel Injection System Why it is so beneficial… The small amount of propane increases the combustion efficiency of the diesel burn producing more mpg and less emissions and enhanced performance.
Propane Diesel Injection System What are the costs & ROI? The entire system (tank, brackets, PDI unit, and connection lines and fittings) cost averages $1600-$2000 installed. ROI is realized very quickly depending on annual mileage. Fuel cost savings vary depending on type of vehicle and application. In most cases total fuel cost per mile reductions range from 4 to 12 cents per mile resulting in total fuel cost savings of 5 to 15%.
City Fleets Rear loaders are using 5 gallons less diesel per day.
Westfield School District, Westfield, WI Scott Petersen, Transportation Director for Westfield Public Schools, reports a 2.0 mpg increase in fuel economy on this 2002 International DT 466 as well as a 25% increase in performance. A unique application, this bus runs on B100 Bio Diesel, made, under supervision, by the students from waste vegetable oil.
Diesel Performance Products Founded in 2000, our goal was to enable customers to use alternative fuels to achieve increased fuel savings and Reduced emissions, while keeping optimal diesel Engine performance and reliability. Known in the industry for providing outstanding fumigation systems for on/off road diesel and now gasoline products. Our philosophy is to manufacture a quality product that is easy to incorporate into many original equipment manufactured products or to retrofit onto existing diesel engines We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality manufacturing, exceptional customer service and superior results to enhance your company’s productivity and economic factors with our clean burning technology.
Keith Long President Diesel Performance Products email@example.com