Yes, it is safe. The properties of CNG make it a safe fuel. It is lighter than air, so in case of a leak it just rises up and disperses into the atmosphere.CNG will not burn even in presence of spark if the concentration is less than 5% and more than 15%
CNG cylinders are manufactured from a special steel alloy and are seamless in construction. Their compact size allows them to easily fit into a small car. An empty CNG cylinder with a 50 liter-water-carrying capacity weighs 48 kg (approximately), and has a length of 835 mm and a diameter of 316 mm.
CNG stands for compressed natural gas. It is gaseous fuel and is a mixture of hydrocarbons mostly Methane. For using it in Automobiles as fuel, it is compressed to a pressure of 200-250 Kg/cm² to enhance the vehicle on-board storage capacity.
All spark-ignited engines can be converted to CNG, but a specially designed conversion kit is required for this purpose. The kit consists of a cylinder to be fixed in the boot of the car and other equipment to allow gas flow into the engine.
A CNG cylinder with a 50 liter-water-carrying capacity is capable of carrying 8 kg of CNG which is equivalent to 12 liters of petrol. The millage will vary from vehicle to vehicle. For beater idea please calculate your savings in savings calculator .
PNG is mainly methane – CH4 with a small percentage of other higher hydrocarbons. The ratio of carbon to hydrogen is least in methane and hence it the cleanest fuel. It is extracted from the oil / gas wells and transported through a network of pipelines across the country
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