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    We already have 46,ooo vehicles with NGV engine running in Malaysia with more than 164 NGV stations nationwide as reported by bernama recently. Here we share some info regarding the installation price, FAQ, and additional info about NGV. For those who are using NGV / NGV car owner please share your review about the NGV system fitted.

    NGV INSTALLATION - SAVE FUEL WITH NATURAL GAS

    NGV can save your fuel up to 70% with the low cost per litre which is now at RM0.68 per litre. This will reduce your car fuel consumption with NGV. A natural gas vehicle or NGV is an alternative fuel vehicle that uses compressed natural gas (CNG) or, less commonly, liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a clean alternative to other automobile fuels.

    NGV INSTALLATION – SAVE FUEL WITH NATURAL GAS

    The primary component of natural gas is methane (CH4), the shortest and lightest hydrocarbon molecule. It may also contain heavier gaseous hydrocarbons such as ethane (C2H6), propane (C3H8) and butane (C4H10), as well as other gases, in varying amounts. Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a common contaminant, which must be removed prior to most uses.

    NGV Conversion centres, which also benefited from the rush for lower running costs, also perform partial conversions to existing road vehicles, allowing them to run on both petrol or diesel and CNG with a cost varying between RM3,500 to RM5,000 for passenger cars.

    Standard NGV Installation conversion price :

    The package for a NGV installation would generally involve the following:
    1) Tank – to hold the compressed natural gas in the car
    2) Kit – which includes the Regulator ( the heart of the NGV system), the high pressure tube, the electrical, petrol solenoid, Emulator, clips, screws and other accessories
    3) Gas mixer – which eventually mixes the air and the NGV gas.
    4) Workmanship – which refers to the process of installing the above mentioned products in the appropriate manner? It involves technical skills and a deep understanding of the NGV system and the car.
    5) Warranty – which indirectly refers to the confidence that the manufacturer has in the NGV kits and the peace of mind that the customer can get !

    (A) The Standard Package for a carburetor car will be as follows:
    1) Tank – 60 liters steel tank , around 25 years life span and can hold around RM 8.50 to RM 9.30 worth of gas
    2) Kit – Pelmag Brand, made in Argentina, 1 year warranty on the regulator and 1 month warranty on the spares / accessories.
    3) Gas mixer – varies from vehicle to vehicle, made of special aluminium.
    4) Workmanship – as mentioned above along with free labour on check up, tuning, replacements, etc for the first month from date of installation after which labour will be charged as per job done.
    The above package will be RM 2700.00  
         
             
    (B) The Standard Package for Fuel Injection car 4 cylinders will be as follows:
    1) Tank – 60 liters steel tank, 25 years life span and can hold around RM 8.50 to RM 9.30 worth of gas
    2) Kit – Pelmag Brand, made in Argentina, 1 year warranty on the regulator and 1 month warranty on the spares / accessories.
    3) Gas mixer – varies from vehicle to vehicle, made of special aluminium.
    4) Workmanship – as mentioned above along with free labour on check up, tuning, replacements, etc for the first month from date of installation after which labour will be charged as per job done.
    The above package will be RM 3700.00   
     
      
              
      (C) The Standard Package for Fuel Injection car 6 cylinders will be as follows:
    9) Tank – 60 liters steel tank, 25 years life span and can hold around RM 8.50 to RM 9.30 worth of gas
    10) Kit – Pelmag Brand, made in Argentina, 1 years warranty on the regulator and 1 month warranty on the spares / accessories.
    11) Gas mixer – varies from vehicle to vehicle, made of special aluminium.
    12) Workmanship – as mentioned above along with free labour on check up, tuning, replacements, etc for the first month from date of installation after which labour will be charged as per job done.
    The above package will be RM 3900.00
     

    Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q) about NGV :

    1. Natural Gas for Vehicles (NGV)?
    Yes! It is natural gas under pressure in cylinders, placed in your car boot compartment.

    2. Can my petrol cost be really cut by half?
    Yes! The price of NGV is only about half the price of petrol. Petrol price is RM1.20 per litre while NGV price is 56.5 cents per litre. So your petrol cost will definitely be cut by about half.

    3. Will it affect my car’s engine?
    Not at all! NGV is a clean fuel. It makes your engine run cleaner and quieter. So, definitely NGV can reduce your service maintenance bill.

    4. But is it safe?
    NGV has been in use overseas since 1945. Today, more than 1,000,000 vehicles use NGV all over the world. And there has not been any serious accident caused by NGV.

    5. But what about the storage cylinders?
    Unlike a petrol tank, the storage cylinders are so strong they can withstand direct impact from a car speeding at 90 km/hr or a small calibre bullet.

    6. What about the gas inside?
    The NGV inside is so much lighter than air, it just disappears into the air quickly in case of leakage. It also does not ignite easily.

    7. Where do I refill NGV?
    At any NGV outlet. Look for the NGV sign.

    8. What about road tax for my car?
    You get 25% deduction for your road tax. This clearly shows the Government’s commitment to NGV.

    9. Can I use both – petrol and NGV?
    Yes! You can use either NGV or petrol after fixing the NGV kit in your car.

    11. One last question. Is it environment-friendly?
    Yes! It definitely is! No black smoke! No lead! It keeps Malaysia’s air clean and people healthy.

    Latest news regarding NGV in Malaysia :

    46,000 Vehicles Using NGV In The Peninsula

    KUALA LUMPUR, 13 June (Bernama) — The total number of vehicles using NGV is among the basic factors taken into consideration by the government for the building of an NGV station in the country.

    The Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism, Datuk Rohani Karim said at the moment, there were only 46,000 motor vehicles using NGV in Peninsular Malaysia.

    “There must be vehicles with NGV engines before a station could be built,” she said when replying to question from Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing (BN-Bintulu) at Dewan Rakyat, here today.

    Tiong had enquired on the readiness of petroleum companies to provide NGV stations in the effort to encourage usage of NGV as an alternative fuel.

    Rohani said the cost of constructing an NGV station was higher than the cost of building a regular petrol station.

    Rohani said due to the high cost of setting up an NGV station, Petronas was currently the only petroleum company in the retailing of NGV in the country.

    “The building of an NGV station needs detailed study and it takes a long time to ensure the planning is comprehensive before construction could begin,” she said.

    She said other infrastructural requirements for a NGV station included gas piping, location of the main station and petrol station, current market and suitability of the land such as the earth surface.

    She also said in the promotion of NGV usage as an alternative fuel, Petronas was committed to have 164 NGV stations in operation nationwide as at May 2011.

    “They include Selangor (66), Federal Territory (27), Johor (29), Negeri Sembilan (12), Pulau Pinang (4), Melaka (7), Kedah (8), Perak (8) and one each in Terengganu, Perlis and Pahang, ” she said.

    In the meantime, she said there were 19 more stations under construction and eight more were under the site location suitability study covering Miri in Sarawak and Kota Kinabalu in Sabah.

    Presently, NGV price in the country is the lowest at 68 sen per liter compared to the market price of RM1.48.

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    9 Responses

    1. Abdul Rahman says:

      Looking for 2nd hand ngv kits for Naza Ria….thanks

    2. Sktan says:

      im thinking to install NGV kit to my camry 2.0E (2010 version), would like to know roughly how much will it cost? Thanks.

    3. michael lee says:

      is the toyota vois suitable for ngv system????

    4. zainal mohdkassim says:

      Kenderaan berenjin turbo diesel
      model hyundai starex
      Bolehkah menggunakan diesel?
      Workshop dimana?
      TQ.

    5. tan says:

      inspira 2.0 can convert ngv ?

    6. arshad says:

      Can you fit up the ngv system into generator set driven 4 stroke diesel engine.?

    7. Mohamad says:

      Nak cari installer yang ADA software untuk setting untuk NASA Chitra, sequential Jeni’s Pelmag. T Kasih.

    8. Mohamad says:

      Nak cari installer yang ADA software untuk setting untuk NASA Chitra, sequential Jeni’s Pelmag. T Kasih.Melaka

    9. Lee says:

      nak pasang NGV kepada perodua bezza 1.3, untuk grabcar, berapa harga pasang. TQ

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