Plymouth Township, MI (Vocus/PRWEB) January 10, 2014
ROUSH CleanTechs fluid propane autogas-powered Ford E-350 cutaway van, showcased found on the DIY Network tv show Man Caves, is showcased because Fords presentation car at the National Association of Home Builders International Builders Show, January 12-15, inside Orlando, Fla. The Man Caves utility van is utilized inside at minimum 3 future shows of the tv system.
Were thrilled which Man Caves has added a ROUSH CleanTech propane-autogas van with a Knapheide Utility Car (KUV) body organized with Sortimo solutions, mentioned Chris Weiss, vice president of technology at Knapheide. This van, a online workshop about wheels, shows which green is sustainable plus successful.
A expert speaker can offer narration to the guests inside the booth every hr regarding the newest attributes plus advantages of the Ford presentation car, concentrating about 2014 increased equipment changes, including the Ford Work Solutions in-dash computer as well as the ROUSH CleanTech fluid propane autogas gas program. The van is shown inside Fords booth #W2229.
This van guarantees to improve any builders bottom line with lower gas bills plus reduced upkeep fees, mentioned ROUSH CleanTech President Joe Thompson, whom is about hand inside the Ford booth to answer issues regarding the alternative gas van. Propane autogas is not just eco-friendly, however it has a tough side which lives plus breathes durability, reliability, plus financial feasibility.
Propane autogas is absolutely the many popular alternative gas about roads now inside the United States, powering over 270,000 cars. Worldwide, over 13 million cars run about propane autogas. Up to 56,000 miles of pipeline, over 6,000 retail dealer places, plus thousands of propane autogas fueling stations over the United States result in the gas available. It burns cleaner than gasoline or diesel, with as much as 20 % less nitrogen oxide, as much as 60 % less carbon monoxide, 24 % fewer greenhouse fuel emissions, plus fewer particulate emissions compared to gasoline.
Propane autogas driven cars are the smart choice for companies aiming to satisfy air standard practices without taking a hit inside the pocket, mentioned Thompson. Beyond proven green advantages, this gas makes sense for company by reducing the countrys dependence about foreign oil plus increasing income. And historically, propane autogas costs 20 to 40 % lower than gasoline.
The Man Caves utility van qualities Knapheides KUV service body, Sortimo boxes, instances plus accessories, adjustable shelves plus dividers for convenient reconfiguration depending found on the project needs, the cargo compartment with retention poles to hold sheet information plus additional over-sized components plus pieces, along with a bed slide to aid load plus unload thick equipment. The in-dash computer program qualities a computer screen plus wireless keyboard, permitting the driver to function because though from an workplace.
For more details regarding the ROUSH CleanTech fluid propane-autogas-powered Ford E-350, see http://www.switchtopropane.com/propane_e350.html. For more info regarding Knapheides product products, see http://www.knapheide.com. For more info regarding Fords increased car attributes, including the in-dash computer, see http://www.fordworksolutions.com. For more info regarding the show, see http://www.buildersshow.com.
About the company: Based inside Plymouth Township, Mich., ROUSH� CleanTech has devoted liquid-propane injection gas systems for a range of light- plus medium- duty Ford cars, including the F-150, F-250, plus F-350 truck series, as well as the E-150, E-250, E-350, plus E-450 cutaway van series. Currently offered through authorized Ford dealerships about the nation, the ROUSH CleanTech propane program provides the same factory Ford performance characteristics, guarantee coverage, plus serviceability. Customers could decrease running bills greatly when reducing car emissions. Complete details about ROUSH CleanTech propane products is found online at http://www.ROUSHcleantech.com or by phoning 800-59-ROUSH.