Niyato Industries Inc. announced its latest advancement: the first-ever Tri-Fuel system – a Ford F-350 4X4 vehicle touting all three fuel capabilities -gasoline, LPG and CNG-. This developmental vehicle is now undergoing rigorous testing by Keith Thompson, head of Niyato Industries’ calibration and system design team. “This Tri-Fuel system will operate flawlessly when testing is complete with both high and low pressure,” said Thompson.
The LPG application of this new Tri-Fuel system will only need a different tank for storage and a vaporizer which can be ordered when the retrofit facility makes its request based on the fleet operator’s original purchase agreement.
The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and CARB (California Air Resources Board) certifications will cover all weight configurations for the Ford F-250 and Ford F-350 6.2 litre engine families. This includes, but is not limited to all Super Duty Specifications (Regular Cab, Short Bed, Extended Cab, Crew Cab, Long Bed, all weight classes from 2012 through 2016).
Niyato is even simplifying the ordering process as far as costs are concerned, making the pricing for the low pressure side of the system the same for all Ford F-250 and F-350 platforms. Furthermore, a few months back the company announced that it would be taking orders for the 2016 F-150 5.0 Bi-Fuel and Dedicated (LPG or CNG) vehicles at 5% below any verified bid price by any competitor through 2017. Niyato has decided to extend that 5% discount offer to the national fleet operators and add the F-250 and the F-350 to the mix.
Niyato CEO Leslie Stencil is devoted to furthering the capabilities of transportation as we know it while simplifying the customer experience overall. As Leslie explains it, “Our goal is not remaking the wheel, but making it roll more smoothly.”