Dual fuel system achieves EPA compliance for Cummins ISX

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Updated Feb 8, 2012

EcoDual, a provider of dual fuel conversion systems for heavy-duty diesel trucks, announced that it has achieved authorization from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to begin installing its systems on 2004 to 2009 Cummins ISX engines, providing fleets with an opportunity to substitute natural gas for diesel fuel. The EcoDual technology enables existing diesel engines to be converted to operate on up to 85 percet natural gas.

“EcoDual is committed to providing a major cost savings to truck fleet owners,” says Scott Myers, chief executive officer and president. “Our system immediately provides a low-cost natural gas fueling solution to millions of heavy-duty trucks. We do this with safe, convenient, inexpensive compressed natural gas and deliver the long-range operation of more than 800 miles on dual fuel that fleet owners want. We are starting to take orders now and will begin shipping product in May.”