ASHEVILLE, NC - Altech-Eco Corporation of Asheville, N.C., announced that they have obtained certificates of conformity (C.O.C.) from the Environmental Protection Agency for both its CNG bi-fueled and dedicated conversion systems for the 2011 Ford 6.2L V8 F-250 and F350 pickups with Ford-supplied CNG gaseous prepped engine. The dedicated version converts the vehicle to operate 100 percent on CNG, and the bi-fuel version enables the vehicle to operate on either CNG or gasoline and allows users to take advantage of using CNG as a cleaner burning and more economical alternative fuel when available.
Altech-Eco's seamless integrated systems are designed in collaboration with a Ford-approved QCM (qualified calibration modifier) for real fleet applications that deliver excellent horsepower, torque, and towing capacity while delivering ultimate load situations and performance in extreme cold or extreme heat, high or low altitudes, or any inclement weather condition.
Altech-Eco is dedicated to the continued development of CNG conversion systems for the Ford product line, which includes: Ford Transit Connect, E-Series Vans, and others. "Every energy company, utility company, and commercial fleet in America can benefit from our new and improved conversion systems, we are proud to have received the EPA certification for the best pickup trucks in the world," said Miles George, V.P. of Altech-Eco.