World’s first R115 certification for Prins Direct LiquiMax LPG System
Leading designer and developer of alternative fuels systems Prins has obtained world’s first R115 certification for its LPG system with direct LPG injection called Direct LiquiMax System. With the latest engine developments for petrol cars using direct fuel injection, new innovations are needed to benefit from the lower fuel cost of LPG and reduction in emission, like CO2 and particles. The Direct LiquiMax system easily complies with the current EURO-5 emission standard and even with the future EURO-6. Prins Alternative Fuel Systems has developed Direct LiquiMax for drivers to get those benefits without losing drivability and performance, enabling you to directly start on LPG.
Bart van Aerle, Managing Director of Prins Alternative Fuel Systems: “We are very pleased that our new Direct LiquiMax system is certified for the R115 standard set by the European Union and is approved RDW Netherlands. It gives us further confidence that our company is innovative and leading in technology”.
The R115 guideline sets out stringent requirements for exhaust gas emissions, documentation and quality standards. Prins obtained R115 for Hyundai and Kia. More cars from General Motors, Volvo, Ford, Volkswagen, Audi, Seat and Skoda are being tested at the moment.