Stationary Engines

There are many regions throughout the USA that rely heavily on stationary engines to provide prime power or irrigation. While there are OEM Alternative Fuel solutions, for many of the smaller engines, the larger HP engines still rely heavily on diesel fuel.

Historically, the fuel of choice for these remote engines has been propane, as inexpensive infrastructure exists to support the fuel delivery. 

2Fuel is CARB certified for all diesel engines, 650 HP and under, using propane as the alternative fuel. A typical high HP stationary engine conversion will pay for itself in less than one year.

Stationary Engines

Testimonial

"We run a 4,000-head dairy on 9,000 acres in the San Joaquin Valley. One of our highest operating costs is pumping water to our animals and irrigating our crops, this is accomplished through our high cost in diesel engine maintenance, repair, engine replacement and fuel costs. We partnered with GCAT, bottom line, to save money on our fuel costs, where we are achieving fuel costs savings up to 35% with a 50-50 blend of diesel and LPG fuel. While achieving this savings we are also reducing exhaust emissions significantly, bringing our engines into compliance standards and we find that our engine filters and fluids are much cleaner which we believe extends the overall life of our engines. 2Fuel is a proven technology; it is durable and has given us a full return on investment in less than 10 months." - Mr. Maddox

How Much Can You Save with 2Fuel?

2Fuel delivers 60% more “End of Day Diesel Fuel Displacement” than any other Dual Fuel System.

2Fuel is the only Dual Fuel System that continues to blend fuels, throughout the complete high load cycle,
and maintains the original diesel engine specified OEM Torque and HP.


Mobile Off-road

Mobile Off-road Equipment

Excavating and hauling equipment running 12 hours per day would consume a minimum of 52,000 gallons of diesel fuel
per year.

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Stationary Engines

Stationary Engines

The larger stationary engines running 12 hours per day would consume a minimum of 52,000 gallons of diesel fuel
per year.

Fuel Savings Calculator