Scalmax – green company
We are a green company creating solutions in the field of gas-based alternative energy. In our business we do our utmost to use biodegradable materials and recycled packages.
LPG-fuel car and environment
Reading articles about ecological aspects of using gas in petrol-powered cars, we may encounter contradictory opinions. It is the case because it is difficult to adjust previous generation systems.
Technology to the benefit of nature
As a manufacturer, we protect the common good, that is the natural environment. We manufacture only the most eco-friendly autogas systems – LPG, CNG and LNG. We have deliberately resigned from producing systems for petrol engines of generations lower than IV. Our decision resulted from the fact that lack of precise adjustment caused increased pollution in newer cars with a triple-functional catalyst.
Our system is truly environment-friendly, reduces air pollution and limits engine oil pollution. Less pollution enters the circulation thanks to the enhanced consumption. It reduces the speed of engine oil rarefaction, which enables it to operate longer, while the amount of generated waste drops.
Also in heavy transport
We have created the first in Poland dualfuel diesel system. Application of advanced technologies allow us to take advantage of merits of the gas fuel in truck-tractor engines and other diesel-powered machines.
Our gas system designed for compression-ignition engines has been subject to comprehensive tests performed by two independent centers, that is Motor Transport Institute in Warsaw (ITS) and Faculty of Combustion Engines of the Institute of Combustion Engines and Transport at the Poznań University of Technology.
Emission of CO2, nitric oxide and solid particles was tested. The tests included a heavy-wheeled vehicle, transport vehicle and motor car. They were performed in accordance with 83.06 EKG ONZ, a significant reduction of pollution was showed. They proved our gas-diesel system is eco-friendly.
1. Andrzej Żółtowski, PROBLEMY EMISJI W POJAZDACH ZASILANYCH PALIWAMI GAZOWYMI [EMISSION PROBLEMS IN GAS-POWERED VEHICLES], Journal of KONES Internal Combustion Engines 2002