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Natural gas is the best choice for forklifts

Advantages of Natural Gas Over Electricity, Gasoline, Diesel & Propane: Helps meet CARB ban on gasoline and propane forklifts: Save Time / Save Money / Go Green / Be Clean:

As the cleanest burning fuel available today, natural gas is the perfect choice for operating forklifts. It offers a number of benefits over the other types of commercial and industrial forklifts – propane, gasoline, diesel and electric.

No yard tank storage or loss of indoor space: Natural gas forklifts use a compressed gas system for refilling a permanently mounted tank. Refueling takes place onsite at a natural gas station, so there’s no loss of indoor floor space as there is with an electric forklift battery recharging area. Natural gas also eliminates the need to have a propane tank storage area on the property, plus there’s no concern about running out of propane tanks before the next scheduled tank delivery. Gasoline and diesel are more expensive and, of course, does not meet new CARB rules banning their use.

Refueling a natural gas forklift takes only minutes: It saves time and eliminates the possibility of physical injuries from changing out a tank. The forklift operator simply refuels at any time at a natural gas station, without the worry of wondering if the tank is nearing empty.

Improved indoor air quality: The carbon monoxide emissions of natural gas forklifts are up to 95 percent lower than propane forklifts, reducing potential headaches that may be experienced by workers who are exposed to exhaust fumes.

Lower maintenance costs: Natural gas also helps engines operate more efficiently, lowering maintenance costs.

Lower operating costs: In most cases, natural gas is 1/2 the cost of propane, gasoline or electricity.

Enablement is easy: Our technical team can enable forklifts to run on natural gas within a day. Our technicians will also train and certify your mechanics onsite.

-Improving indoor air quality through lower emissions;

-Reducing annual fuel costs;

-Eliminating odors and increasing employee safety;

-Lowering maintenance requirements and reducing engine wear and tear;

-Being reliable and convenient to fuel;

-Lower Operating Costs Than Electric:

  • Natural gas forklifts are less expensive to lease or purchase than electric powered units.
  • The cost of natural gas is about half that of electricity.
  • It eliminates the expense of purchasing batteries which can cost in excess of $5,000 each as well as battery maintenance costs.
  • It does not require special training or protective gear costs.

Natural Gas Is Better than Electric:

No Battery Charging Requirements: Electric forklifts are powered by large, heavy lead-acid batteries. A single battery typically provides enough power for one standard eight-hour shift. A company with a two or three-shift operation would need to re-charge the batteries daily and hence would have to buy extra batteries to ensure that every shift has a fully-charged battery on hand. Electric batteries also lose the ability to fully charge as they age and suffer performance losses as a result. With natural gas forklifts, the natural gas cylinder is permanently mounted on the forklift. There is no battery or charging requirements and refuelling is as easy as filling your car with gasoline.

More Valuable Space: Natural gas forklifts require no batteries to be recharged, maintained or replaced, hence no internal floor space is required for recharging stations. Most natural gas refuelling stations are located outdoors, freeing up indoor room for valuable production or warehousing space. Battery recharging stations need a large area that, by law, must be located in a dry, ventilated and temperature-controlled location.

Make the Smart Switch to Natural Gas Forklifts How to convert? Existing propane forklift trucks can be converted to natural gas quite easily and economically. Trained technicians will come to your facility to do the conversion work onsite.

Flexible: Natural gas forklift filling stations can be sized to match the number of forklifts at your facility, duty cycle and fuel consumption. It can be easily adapted to accommodate changes and growth in accordance with your future needs.

Convenient: Enjoy the convenience of refuelling on site, 24 hours a day.

JiffyGas™ deliverables:

1. JiffyGas™ software/hardware installation enabling any propane or gasoline forklift to run on CNG natural gas

2. Provide onsite training and certification of your customer’s mechanics to install and maintain JiffyGas™systems

Enabling LPG propane or gasoline forklifts to run on CNG natural gas can reduce carbon monoxide (CO) emissions by up to 95 percent plus natural gas costs ½ of propane.

The CARB citation is at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/offroad/orspark/orspark.htm


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