Save up to
50% or $5,000.00 a year
compared to regular gas!
Propane is made in canada by canadians
which REDUCES GHG EMISSIONS by up to 24%
An ECOLOGICAL choice
Any gas operated vehicle
can be converted
to run on propane
At ÉcoPropane, we convert gas-powered vehicles to propane/gas hybrids, saving you up to 50% (or $5,000.00 a year) compared to the cost of gasoline.
Our company was created to answer two specific needs that were lacking in Quebec. The first, and maybe most important, is to introduce a practice that would actually make a difference for the environment by reducing greenhouse gas. And secondly, to save fleets real money while bettering the air we breathe.
With 600 successful conversions, we are the clear choice for any fleet, big or small. No compromises.
Questions and Answers (Q&A)
There are over 9,000,000 vehicles worldwide and approximately 400,000 in the USA and Canada
50% less carbon monoxide, 40% less hydrocarbons, 35% less nitrogen oxides (NOx) and 50% less ozone forming potential compared to gasoline
You will typically notice very little if any power loss on LPG; some users report a power gain.
NO! In fact being on the light end of the hydrocarbon scale, there is almost no carbon in these fuels. Carbon is what turns your engine oil black! One big benefit of LPG and CNG is your oil will stay cleaner and require less frequent changes, saving you time, money, oil and oil filters! LPG and CNG go into your engine as a vapor. There is no “raw” fuel entering the cylinders which washes the lubricating oil off the cylinder walls. So the piston rings stay better lubricated, resulting in many LPG and LNG fueled engines lasting up to THREE TIMES LONGER than the same engine on gasoline! LPG and CNG should cause no problems with valves in any engine designed to run on unleaded fuel. You can burn a valve or damage a valve seat just as easily on a poorly set up gasoline engine as with a poorly set up LPG or CNG system.
NO. As approved, alternative clean fuels listed in the Clean Air Act and the National Energy Policy, LPG and CNG are some of the cleanest burning of all alternative fuels. LPG is is non-toxic and is not harmful to soil or water. Tests conducted by the U.S. Environmental Agency show that LPG and CNG vehicles produce 30-90% less carbon monoxide than gasoline engines and about 50% fewer toxins and other smog producing emissions. Have you ever wondered why almost all indoor-use equipment from forklifts to the Zambonis’ at your local ice rink run on LPG indoors? Now you know why.