Bi-Fuel is two burners at the same time. The Bi-Fuel solution includes special equipment that can be retrofitted to low- and high-speed diesel engines to allow a mixture of rich methane gas (usually natural gas) and diesel-like fuel. When you jump, the engine can also run on diesel only. However, a “gas only” operation is not possible. In a dual fuel system, a small amount of diesel fuel serves as the fuel source for the air-gas mixture. Methane-containing gas removes an important part of diesel fuel, providing similar thermal power during combustion in the cylinder. The emissions from these engines are progressive. In the current market demand, this also means lower prices.
1- Diesel engine accessories for diesel engines
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2- Generator Dual Fuel Device
According to CPCB & NGT data, diesel generators are one of the main causes of pollution & Many state governments have also banned the use of diesel engines. The best way to convert your existing DG generator to dual fuel is to install a dual fuel generator. This makes the DG design sustainable with lower cost and lower emissions compared to diesel generators. EO Energy offers the best bi-fuel equipment at affordable prices in India in Delhi-NCR. All fuel assemblies are thoroughly tested for all test parameters before being installed at the customer’s service station. Ask about two fuel units for pricing and fuel specifications. Dual fuel system technology and equipment
Bi-fuel technology breathes new life into DG generators. It is a dual-fuel technology that uses methane-based fuel and diesel fuel to power the engine. Both fuel systems have factors that help them work efficiently.
1. Air and Gas Mixture (AGM):
Bi-fuel and gas mixers are an important part of the fuel system. It’s about the quality of the mix. The mixers ensure a uniform air-gas mixture and air-fuel ratio (AFR) for all engine speeds and loads. This AGM sits between the air filter and the turbocharger, which supplies these gases to provide sufficient power.
2. gas line:
Gas trains control the gas flow in air-gas turbines. It receives a stable level, fuel, and low gas and feeds it into the gas mixer with air and air or low negative pressure. The gas train also has several components that make it possible to supply a gas-pneumatic mixer with air pressure.
How does the bi-fuel system work?
Gas used for fuel can come from pipelines or local storage. It injected into the combustion air through a gas train that contains a gas filter, a gas pressure regulator and a solenoid valve. The final throttle controls the balance of the fuel injected. The throttle cable designed to receive low-pressure intake gas and supply it to the engine in a small opening.
The dual fuel system supplies fuel gas to the combustion cylinders through a gas rail from a special air turbine. The two-fuel system relies on proven gas engine components and high-performance controls in the design department. It offers a perfect gas-air mixture and a high gear ratio.
Gas control systems and systems based on gas mixers with two gas engines up to 2 MW are suitable for stationary applications and heavy vehicles. The mixer is installed in the air intake of the engine before the turbocharger. Combustion is driven by Diesel the ignition source and achieved through gas ignition.
Consistency in the law of two oil solutions
Due to the conversion of the existing DG to dual fuel equipment, the generator will comply with the government regulations and can use all year round, without worrying about bad behaviour during the prohibition period DG.
Issue NGT Act* on ban DG, Haryana Pollution Control Board and Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board have issued orders reiterating the NGT Act on the conversion of diesel to gas-based gensets.