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Crash-test of cars fitted with STAG autogas

07.03.2016

In order to refute the myths related to the safety of autogas systems, our STAG installations were crash-tested. Frame after frame, the movies show the response of individual elements of the vehicle and the autogas system in a collision.

Questions such as: Does the system explode? Is the car going to ignite? Is a car with a gas tank a riding bomb? – are no longer valid from now on.

 



The movies can be watched on youtube STAG channel in Polish, English, Russian, Spanish and German language versions.

How does  professional installation influence system safety during a collision?
Professional installation is one of the basic conditions for the safe use of LPG-fueled vehicles. Along with providing high-quality system components, professional fitting ensures safe and trouble-free operation for many years, and during a collision it is also the key to passenger safety.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlVsfTc2pqU

Autogas components in a collision.
The results of the performed crash test for an LPG system. A brief summary of the impact of a collision on each component, related to safety standards.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sVzJrSb188

How can professional installation influence system safety during a collision?
Professional installation is one of the basic conditions for the safe use of LPG-fueled vehicles. Along with providing high-quality system components, professional fitting ensures safe and trouble-free operation for many years, and during a collision it is also the key to passenger safety.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efRXt0LZRb4

The safety of LPG systems depend on a few key components. Which ones exactly? What requirements should they meet? How do they work? All this is explained in our movie.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPGn842buVs

Crash test of LPG-fueled vehicles.
This shows exactly what happens to a car fitted with an autogas installation in a collision. It verifies the myths and answers the following questions: What happens to the tank? Is an explosion possible? Is there a gas leak in a collision?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30wQpqc4nU0
 

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