Alliance AutoGas conversion techs will take Work Truck Show attendees through a step-by-step live conversion of a Ford F-250 on Thursday, March 16 at 11:30 a.m. in Booth 5567. Attendees will be able to ask questions, see it up close, and be as interactive as they wish.
The conversion features Alliance AutoGas’ simplified EPA and NFPA 58 compliant Engineered Fuel System featuring a “plug-and-play” single plug wiring connector.
The Greater Indiana Clean Cities, an additional partner in this event, is excited about the educational opportunity this brings to show attendees.
“This real-time installation of a propane fuel system will provide fleets a basic understanding of the conversion process, from what's involved as well as things to consider. The audience will gain insight not typically available when making after-market alternative-fuel system decisions," said Kellie Walsh, executive director of the Greater Indiana Clean Cities.
According to Alliance AutoGas, the benefits of a conversion are as clear as one, two, three:
1. Time savings with half the install time of other aftermarket options.
2. A proven product innovation. The same results are achieved in any certified vehicle with the same Alliance-engineered system.
No matter what you use your fleet vehicle for, Alliance Autogas has a system tailored to that vehicle. With multiple upfit options and applications, the system performs and keeps fleets up and running. Also, with propane autogas, not only can fleets save on maintenance, but also on immediate fuel costs.
The Alliance AutoGas EPA and NFPA 58 compliant system can be installed on new or in-service vehicles in half the time of other products, according to Alliance. All wiring is a “plug-and-play” no cut install. Everything is bracketed and designed to be installed without any fabrication. By deploying these features, labor times and conversion costs are significantly reduced.
For more about Alliance AutoGas visit www.allianceautogas.com.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online