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Omnitek to supply natural gas filters to Tata Motors for 2012 passenger vehicles

Omnitek Engineering Corporation has been selected by India-based Tata Motors to supply original equipment high-pressure natural gas filters for 2012 passenger vehicles, expanding a supplier agreement for commercial vehicle filter applications that commenced in 2009.

The expansion of our supplier relationship with Tata Motors reflects the rapidly expanding utilization of natural gas vehicles in India and advancements in engine technology—particularly the shift to fuel injection systems in which a coalescing filter is a critical component of a compressed natural gas system, providing 99.9 protection from solid particulate matter and oil aerosols which can damage fuel injections, carburetors and regulators. We are gratified by Tata Motor’s confidence in our high-pressure filter and look forward to continued growth in India.

—Werner Funk, president and CEO

Funk noted that demand for Omnitek’s high-pressure natural gas filter has increased significantly in the USA and abroad since its filter received international certification in 2010 based on tests conducted by an independent agency and standards sanctioned by the United Nation’s Economic Commission for Europe, specifically UN-ECE-110R.

Funk also noted that domestic demand for Omnitek’s high-pressure filter continues to expand, enhanced by the acceleration of natural gas engine conversions across the United States, particularly light and heavy duty vehicles. He noted that industry sources estimate there are approximately 11.0 million light and heavy duty vehicles operating worldwide on compressed natural gas, with at least one million more vehicles being added each year.



It might be better to filter the natural gas before compression, which is what you need to do for ANG. The filter does not have to take the high pressures and it is easier on the pump.

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