Alliance AutoGas received its first patent for their creation of the LPG Evacuation Pump, which was designed to deliver fast, reliable, recovery of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from any vehicle that uses autogas for fuel.
This evacuation pump works for all liquid propane injection systems and ensures the safety of its users and reducing wasted fuel, according to Alliance AutoGas. The foundation for the new pump originated from Alliance seeing the need for increased efficiency and safety while servicing these vehicles. This led to the creation of the LPG Evacuation Pump.
When working with an autogas or LPG system, all fuel must be emptied from the tank to perform internal repairs and service. The LPG Evacuation Pump was designed to do this in an economical and safe way for both the environment and service technicians, according to the company.
The LPG Evacuation Pump allows the evacuation of autogas into any other certified cylinder or LPG tank, including another vehicle. It is powered by an air compressor that connects two tanks with a qualified LPG hose. When fuel evacuation is complete, technicians may safely begin work on the faulty component.
Originally posted on Green Fleet Magazine