The development of new installations starts with existing diesel motors. These are often produced by the major players in the field (Daimler, FPT Industrial, Hyundai et al). The transformation occurs following the needs of our clients, regarding the fuel (CNG, LNG, RNG, methanol/ethanol, dual fuel etc.) as well as the design and purpose (hybrid solution, genset etc.)
The conversion involves a transfer from a Diesel cycle to a Otto cycle, optimizing and establishing the set performance for each and every vehicle. All solutions are studied and developed in order to satisfy the requirements of our clients regarding emission, durability, mission of the vehicle (taking the characteristics relative to the geographical destination into account) and respecting local norms and laws.
Reducing TCO (total cost of ownership) of the vehicles that go to our final customers is a central theme when producing our motors. We use components that respect the environment: robust and durable, reusable, or recyclable and easy to dismantle, in order to simplify the maintenance.
Our range of motors covers all necessities: with a selection of power ranging from 25 to 500 kW, we offer solutions and configurations for On-road, Off-road, Railway, Marine e Power Generation applications.
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The repowering of vehicles and machines can take different shapes: conversion from diesel to natural gas, hybridization, improvement of performances, adaptation to new emission regulations etc.
In repowering, NGV Powertrain converts used engines of almost all of major manufacturers. An overhaul is also carried out. In this way, these assets are given a second life.
If the same concept is applied to the overhaul of the whole vehicle, the lifetime of a fleet can be extended by 10 to 12 years.
Another possibility is to install a new engine on an existing vehicle.
Repowering has countless advantages: it promotes reuse and reduces resources employed in scrapping old vehicles and producing new ones. Secondly, the repowered vehicle reaches the desired emission standards in a very short time and yet gains reliability. In addition, compared with the purchase of a new vehicle, it is significantly cheaper; thus, available resources can be invested in other projects.