Saving Money
To cover the same distance, LPG autogas will be approximately 63 % cheaper compared to gasoline.
We preserve the engine.
By using high-octane LPG autogas, you will increase the efficiency of your car's engine, reduce its wear and tear, as well as repair costs.
Safety
In the event of an accident, gas tanks are more resistant to impacts than tanks for gasoline or diesel fuel, and in case of a leak, emergency valves close automatically.
Increasing the driving range
After installing LPG, you will have an additional gas tank, allowing you to use two types of fuel and make longer trips.
Preventing theft
Gas cannot be drained, eliminating the possibility of theft by both outsiders and company employees.
We are conserving nature.
Compared to gasoline, burning LPG gas produces 50% less carbon monoxide, 40% less hydrocarbons, and 35% less nitrogen oxide.

Installation and maintenance of LPG systems in Tallinncost-effective solutions from GBO Eesti

At GBO Eesti OÜ, your reliable partner for the installation of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) systems in Tallinn, Estonia, we offer affordable LPG installation services while ensuring a high level of quality in both services and equipment used. Discover how you can significantly reduce fuel expenses and minimize your environmental footprint by choosing our cost-effective solutions.

Why GBO Eesti OÜ?

 

Cost Savings and Environmental
Friendliness With our LPG installation solutions, you not only save on fuel but also contribute to protecting the environment.
Affordable Prices
We guarantee high-quality services and equipment at an affordable LPG installation price.
LPG Maintenance
Our team of experts is ready to offer a full range of services for regular maintenance of LPG systems, ensuring their long-lasting and safe operation.
Quality Assurance
We provide a warranty on all types of work and equipment installed.

Installing gas equipment has become one of the few opportunities to reduce fuel costs, as prices are rising almost every day. This is particularly noticeable in the transport sector, such as taxis, delivery, transport, freight transport, etc.

On average, a working vehicle travels from 1000 km per week, which is approximately 4000 km per month or 48,000 km per year. For example, for a vehicle with a fuel consumption of 10 liters per 100 km and an average mileage of 20,000 km per year, you save about 1500 euros.

By installing LPG equipment on a vehicle, you can significantly reduce expenses, with the current savings averaging 63%. On our website, you can calculate the approximate savings for your vehicle using a special calculator.

Starting from the 4th generation, gas installations are considered safer than petrol systems because they have at least two levels of protection against failure, such as when a gas line breaks, the gas equipment will automatically shut off the gas supply from the tank, unlike when petrol lines are damaged where this is not possible.

For those who doubt the advisability of installing LPG systems due to rising gas prices, we hasten to reassure that the price of LPG gas is "tied" to the price of petrol, while the price of CNG gas is "tied" to the price of gas. You can see the data on fuel price changes on our website.

Your savings calculatorcalculate how much you will save with LPG

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Fuel price dynamics in Estoniaover the year

Fuel price changes in Estoniaover the past month and year

Fuel type Now Month Year
Petrol 95€ 1.709€ - 0.140
7.57 %
€ + 0.010
0.59 %
Petrol 98€ 1.759€ - 0.140
7.37 %
€ + 0.010
0.57 %
Diesel€ 1.509€ - 0.120
7.37 %
€ + 0.010
0.67 %
LPG€ 0.674€ 0.002
0.30 %
€ - 0.022
3.16 %

CarsHere are approximate installation prices.

VW TOUAREG
AUDI A6
HONDA CR-V
HONDA CIVIC

Generations of LPGa brief history

In the design of this type of LPG system, a propane-butane mixture is predominantly used. This mixture fills the gas cylinder, which is installed in the car's interior or trunk. The principle of operation is that the liquefied fuel passes through a 'vaporizer,' which converts the gas into vapor, and then it is delivered to the reducer. This is a key difference from later generations of gas equipment. Later, these two components in LPG systems were combined into one. The vaporized gas, brought to the required state, is directed to the engine, where it is subsequently burned.

Among the differences of the first-generation gas system is its lowest cost among all existing systems and the ability to install it on very basic vehicles with carburetor or fuel injection engines. However, the installation of such LPG systems is discouraged since it does not meet modern safety requirements and principles. Reliable companies do not even offer such a service to their customers.
The differences between first-generation and second-generation LPG equipment are minor. The main distinction is the replacement of the vacuum shut-off valve in the reducer with an electromagnetic one. This allowed for the selection of the type of fuel used without leaving the car and made it easier to start a cold engine. Another advantage was compliance with Euro 1 environmental requirements, although this is minimal by today's standards. However, there are several negative differences in second-generation LPG: The need for frequent replacement of spark plugs and air filters, as they quickly become clogged and fail. Prohibition on the use of second-generation LPG in European countries due to low environmental protection. Higher likelihood of gas backfires, which significantly reduces safety. As in the case of the first generation, second-generation gas equipment is hardly installed anywhere anymore.
In essence, the 3rd generation design change is nothing more than a modernized 2nd generation. Therefore, the difference between generations of LPG is also insignificant. The main difference lies in the automatic fuel delivery correction. This became possible thanks to the installed controller. It reads data from the oxygen sensor and adjusts the amount of gas mixture based on these readings. Among the main negative differences of gas equipment of this generation: Slow response to changes in speed mode. Compliance with environmental requirements at the Euro 2 protocol level, which does not allow the vehicle to be operated in modern conditions. The possibility of installing LPG only on fuel-injected engines. However, all the remaining upgrades have the same drawback. This type of equipment is considered outdated, like the first two. Modern drivers are recommended to pay attention to the following upgrades, which have more significant differences.
The difference between this type of LPG and all previous ones is much more noticeable. The main difference is that this equipment precisely replicates a gasoline injector system. Each cylinder here has its own gas injectors. They reduce the pressure on the reducer and, with the help of a controller, provide gas mixture injection precisely where it is needed at any given moment. The advantages of this LPG system include: Gas entering the cylinders in liquid phase, meaning the engine operates faster. Engine power is not lost, remaining at the same level as when using gasoline. Gas consumption is very economical. LPG can be used even at very low ambient temperatures. This type of gas equipment is used by drivers most often, and there are good reasons for it. Economy and cost-effectiveness are key factors. The cost-effectiveness of installing gas equipment on a car and its subsequent maintenance is the most favorable here. Moreover, the reliability of the design is very high, which is a significant difference from previous and subsequent generations of automotive gas equipment.
This type of LPG system is radically different from all previous ones. It can be called not an upgrade but an independent system. Gas is used here in liquid form right away, so there is no need to convert it, which is the key difference. Constant pressure in the system is maintained by a fuel pump located in the tank. The advantages of this LPG system include high engine power, reduced fuel consumption, and the ability to start immediately on the gas mixture without needing gasoline. However, there are also several drawbacks to this generation of gas equipment. Firstly, it has a high installation and maintenance cost. Finding a company that works with this equipment is difficult, and in the absence of competition, prices can become significantly higher.
This generation of LPG equipment was developed in Europe and is currently only used there. The main difference is that the system is integrated into the standard fuel supply, making it very easy to switch between gas and gasoline. The LPG system itself is smaller and lighter. Other advantages of the sixth-generation LPG equipment include: Compliance with environmental requirements. Standard fuel consumption and power. They do not decrease when switching to the gas mixture. Ease of use and maintenance of the equipment.
Do you know?

The thickness of the gas cylinder is 3-5mm, and it is often toroidal in shape and withstands huge loads.