LPG, a by-product of normal hydrocarbon fuels with a mixture of propane and butane, has high combustion quality and is one of the purest forms of automobile fuel. It is perfectly environment-oriented and comparatively cheaper than other fuels.

In recent times, converting petrol engines to LPG in Bangladesh has become a new trend. People are doing this due to the efficiency of the LPG fuel and its cost-efficiency. Along with that LPG conversion price in Bangladesh has reduced dramatically in recent years.


The present world is witnessing a great trend to convert automobiles’ fuel system into LPG with the existing one. This tendency is going on because of providing varied benefits to daily automobile users including cost-efficiency, extra mileage, less fuel combustion, and less CO2 and NOx emission, highly responsible for air pollution, compared with other fuels.


Steps of converting vehicles into LPG


Generally, an automobile’s fuel system can be converted into LPG following 3 steps without making any change in the current fuel system. First, the under bonnet installation is fixed in the engine bay. Then, the switch/ gauge is perfectly fitted in the dashboard and at the end. The LPG tank is set up with the feed pipe between the front and the rear of the car.


1. The under-bonnet installation


The under-bonnet installation is done through a complex procedure with high cautiousness and care following the LPG guidelines and best practices that vary from vehicle to vehicle. The installation process is also varied due to different engine configurations, engine bays, and physical spaces, for instance; placement of vaporizer and inlet manifolds. The conversion process is done in a dedicated way that doesn't leave any sign of conversion to the vehicle’s physiognomy.

Generally, this step takes a good amount of time for ensuring faultless installation and this time spent results in great success for guarantee’s longevity and maintenance-free LPG service.

2. Fixing LPG switch/gauge


In this step, the technicians and engineers first select an available and convenient space in the dashboard that allows comfortable access to the driver and the combined Gas/ Petrol switch along with gauge becomes perfectly visible to him/ her. Ideally, an available blank switch is considered for fixing up this equipment. This switch is an automatic one, yet it allows the driver to override it himself/herself if needed. An audible buzzer is also established to notify you about any change in the LPG system.


3. Installation of the LPG tank and filler


In general, to lessen the loss of boot space and to retain the previous gorgeous look of the car, the gas tank is fitted in the spare wheel. Besides, the tank size and style can be customized.

Though it varies from vehicle to vehicle along with consultation, the LPG filler is typically located in the rear ¾ of the car beside the petrol filler. These two fillers are also arranged in a color-coding opportunity where the standard fillers are provided in matt black. All of these steps are strictly done to comply with LPGA best practices and code practices.


4. Retro-fitment kits

Here is a list of the LPG conversion kits that simultaneously contain a dual fuel conversion system.

  1. A tank containing 30 to 100 ltr LPG.
  2. Multivales for checking and controlling tank filling
  3. LPG solenoid valve
  4. Gasoline solenoid valve
  5. Electronic control module
  6. A device to shut the fuel supply and the tank.
  7. LPG / Petrol switch
  8. Pressure regulator
  9. Mixer/gas injection

We hope by following the above steps you will be able to know how and in which process LPG conversion is going on. As a car owner, it is your responsibility to know every detail of the conversion of your car to LPG. Converting your car to LPG will help you to save money, time, and efficiency of your car’s engine.

So what are you waiting for? Contact Us to convert your car into LPG at the lowest possible price and with a guarantee.