€ 951,60 VAT included
If you want to enjoy a straight vegetable oil operation in your diesel engine, you should be well prepared for this with your oil and even your engine. We are well known and famous for our robust Single tank conversion kits for many small and medium size diesel engines. But beside this we developed even a very unique 2-tank solution, which especially designed for the newer and more sensitive injection systems. Both systems allow you to operate your engine on SVO or WVO (which will meet our fuel standards) and as well on diesel fuel.
Since years we are one of the leading companies in the sector of vegetable oil conversions. Meanwhile more than 8000 vehicles were converted with the ATG 2-tank system to straight vegetable oil, thereof approx.
4000 Cars / SUVs / Vans
3000 Trucks / Buses
900 Tractors / Agricultural machinery
many Boats and Generators
Example for car conversion
|A view in the engine compartment
||Additional fuel tank in spare-wheel|
Examples for truck conversions
Since the year 2000 more than 3000 trucks have been converted with the ATG 2-Tanksystem.
|Example for tractor conversions
With ATG technology converted tractors from Deutz-Fahr and Fendt.
Example for bus conversion
One of over 100 buses which have been converted with the ATG conversion kit to straight vegetable oil.
|Example for boat conversions
Motorboat Trident with straight vegetable oil
Sportina 760 driven with veg oil.
|Example for converted stationary motor
MAN 12-cylinder, 700 horsepower, operated in a saw mill with straight vegetable oil
Extract of converted vehicle types
Cars / Suvs/ Vans
Trucks / Buses
Tractors / Agricultural Machinery
Can my vehicle be converted with the kit?
The ATG Vegetable Oil-Kit is suitable for diesel engines with in-line or distributor pumps from Bosch (except for type VP44), Diesel-Kiki, Nippon-Denso or Zexel. The conversion of diesel engines with Bosch VP44-injection pump, high-pressure fuel injection like unit-injectors pumps or common-rail-technology
The size of the additional fuel tank depends on the vehicle type and the available space.
s the conversion permanent?
No, it can be returned to its original state, e.g. when selling the vehicle. The components can simply be removed within short time. All of the components can be reused.
Are there any long-term studies related to operating diesel vehicles with vegetable oil?
Tests and studies have shown that heated vegetable oil has nearly the same properties as diesel fuel and burns just as effectively in most engines. On the strength of past experience almost every diesel engine can be driven with straight vegetable oil after a conversion, provided that the motor is maintained and in good repair (compression, fuel injectors, glow plugs, ...).
Can I operate my vehicle on vegetable oil during the winter months or at freezing temperatures?
Pure, untreated vegetable oil is getting viscous and sticky at freezing temperatures. Depending on the type and the properties of the vegetable oil, this condition will happen sooner or later. In order to prevent the vegetable oil from gelling in the tank or fuel lines, a mixture of vegetable oil and normal diesel fuel is recommended during the winter months.
How does vegetable oil effect the engine’s properties?
Usually, the engine’s properties (operation, performance, consumption, ...) remain unchanged.
Can parking heaters operate with vegetable oil?
Parking heaters are not suitable for operating with vegetable oil. If your vehicle has a parking heater, you should consult with the manufacturer beforehand to see whether an additional conversion is possible. With the two-tank system, parking heaters can still operate on diesel fuel.
What is the difference between vegetable oil and biodiesel?
All biofuels (e.g. vegetable oils) are CO2-neutral and free of sulfur and pollutants in their pure, untreated state.
Additional advantages of vegetable oil
Biodiesel = Rapsmethylester = RME
Biodiesel is chemically produced and substantially more expensive than plain vegetable oil. A problem is the durability of plastic and rubber components (sealings), which come into contact with biodiesel. If biodiesel is used in a system that has not been adapted, leakages on the fuel system and defects on injection pumps are the most frequently troubles. When using pure, untreated vegetable oil, these problems will not occur.