AGA Systems announced that it has received full EPA Certification for its DuraDrive proprietary compressed natural gas (CNG) bi-fuel system.
DuraDrive is available now for 2013 General Motors and Isuzu adaptable chassis platforms powered by the 6.0L gaseous prep engine for both above and below 14,000 GVW vehicle classes. The Cutaway Van, Utility Service Body, Bed Delete, and Isuzu NPR trucks are configured for delivery, transportation, industrial, and vocational truck service.
The AGA technology and EPA Certification give GM and Isuzu fleet customers the option to convert adaptable chassis platforms to run safely on both gasoline and CNG, according to the company. Bi-fuel trucks equipped with the DuraDrive system easily transition between CNG and gasoline, offering drivers an extended mileage range.
AGA DuraDrive fuel conversion products are high altitude and cold-start tested and operate seamlessly with the factory on-board diagnostics system, the company stated.
AGA Systems supplies a nationwide network of trained and certified partner installers.
With the AGA DuraDrive bi-fuel conversion system, the vehicle owner selects the GM or Isuzu adaptable chassis truck configuration, CNG tank size and location, accessories and instrumentation, and may choose among a full range of other standard aftermarket accessories. AGA qualified installers work with fleet and individual vehicle owners to insure a reliable and competitive CNG system and provide ongoing customer and technical support, according to the company.