Besides, this innovative technology adapts its operation to the different country’s areas, whether in the plain or in the height, they stated. Due to its computer-aided equipment, the system is apt for atmospheric pressure and works automatically, the power of running is not reduced and the vehicle maintains its performance.
Pelmag director Ernesto Pellarolo said that introducing this technology to Santa Cruz brings about an investment of u$s 50,000. Fiacruz (the automotive show held in this city) enabled the company to close several deals, which reached at least u$s 200,000. Furthermore, Pelmag has maintained meetings with YPFB (state-owned petrol company of Bolivia) representatives as well as has scheduled training courses in order to count on people specialized in 5th generation conversion technology.
The cost of these cutting-edge pieces of equipment is not less than u$s 1,400 and depends on tank capacity and type of vehicles, because there are units with four, six and eight cylinders, reported local media today.