It is not a coincidence that the Greengear brand has chosen Italy and the AEGPL Congress, the most important European LPG Conference that will be held in Genoa on May 14th and 15th, to launch its wide range of LPG-powered outdoor equipment. Greengear, in fact, uses the Italian technology from the Cavagna Group, the Brescia based,world-leading manufacturer of equipment and fittings for compressed gases, gas storage and control. On this occasion, Greengear will be in partnership with the Genoa based Autogas Nord Group, that has been delivering LPG for over 50 years.
It is common knowledge that most engines running on traditional fuels can also run on LPG, with a twofold ecological and money-saving benefit. Greengear uses Cavagna Group’s ENERKIT technology for its 4 stroke engine LPG outdoor equipment, with displacement from 20 cc. to 850 cc. Therefore, the Genoa Conference, entirely dedicated to LPG, is the ideal venue to present Greengear. Some of the innovative Greengear LPG powered equipment, including lawn mowers, riding mowers, snow blowers, power generators, water pumps, BBQs and heaters will be demonstrated live at their booth in the Magazzini del Cotone.
The benefits of using LPG as an alternative fuel are well-known: LPG fuel savings can be as high as 40%, making it the fuel of choice to power all home and outdoor equipment. Moreover, these savings are possible without compromising safety standards, performance or the practicality of the engines. Indeed, LPG is less stressful on the engine, actually increasing the average life of the parts and motor.
Another essential factor is that it is convenient to use: an LPG cylinder performs more efficiently than a gasoline tank, it is safe, and avoids the hassle and mess of filling a tank. Equally, if not more important, is its small ecological footprint: in one hour of work, a traditional gasoline-powered lawn mower pollutes like 40 gasoline-powered cars. LPG is a cleaner fuel that pollutes less, reducing exhaust emissions and noise: engines that use ENERKIT, in fact, are much quieter than those running on gasoline.
The Greengear revolution, that’s something to really think about!