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Subject : CNG outlets to have separate gas meters
By Parvaiz Ishfaq Rana

KARACHI: The Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) has agreed to provide separate gas meters to those CNG stations, which are using gas driven generators to meet their power requirements.

A recent decision by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to implement 4 per cent income tax and 9 per cent value-addition tax on gas consumed in selling CNG to the end-users created anomaly because many CNG stations are also using gas driven engines for power generation at their premises.

In order to remove this anomaly a delegation of All Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA) headed by its chairman Junaid Makda recently held a meeting with Managing Director SSGC Munawar B. Ahmed.

The members of APCNGA drew the attention of the MD SSGC towards the anomaly and said that this would mean that all station owners, who have based their power generation on gas engines will also have to pay taxes on the raw material (gas) consumed.

As a result of this meeting it was resolved that all such CNG stations will have to apply to SSGC for separate gas meters of power generation and the utility company would give connections on priority and under power generation category.

Both the sides also agreed that all those existing stations, which are generating their power through gas generators/dual fuel will be regularised within one month of submitting an application intimating proper load.

This facility will only be applicable to those customers, who are already using gas generators/dual fuel. In order to ensure transparency the association will provide authentication certificates to such customers for submission to SSGC. It was also assured by the SSGC that no customer or CNG station will be penalised in any manner for regularisation of their gas generators/dual fuel.

The SSGC chief urged the APCNGA to ask their members to immediately approach the utility’s sales department for regularisation of their incremental load. There are many CNG stations, which are running on additional load but have not regularised it so far.

It was also resolved that those stations which have installed additional compressors and have already requested for load enhancement will be allowed to operate additional compressor on “time management” basis upon payment of SSGC quotation charges, till the additional line is reinforced to the existing system.

Those CNG stations, which have provided space for TBS to SSGC will be given a waiver by the utility for the additional running cost for 15 psig connection.

Similarly, in cases where customers (CNG stations) are unable to arrange for the land, it would be the responsibility of the SSGC to negotiate with the concerned authority for obtaining space for turbines.

It was also decided that since GSD comprises of gas charges, meter rent and GST, therefore, GSD will be affected due to increase in GST. However, SSGC will look into the possibility for maintaining status quo.

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Subject : Doubts over detained buses removed





By Parvaiz Ishfaq Rana

KARACHI, Sept 13: The issue of import of CNG buses of Indian origin from the UAE took a new turn on Thursday when Pakistan’s commercial counsellor in Abu Dhabi confirmed that the CNG buses detained by the Customs had been manufactured in UAE.

In response to a Federal Board of Revenue query about the origin of these buses, the Pakistan’s Commercial Counsellor in Abu Dhabi, Bilal Khan Pasha, stated that these buses were manufactured by the Trans-Continental Industries (TCI), Abu Dhabi.The counsellor said that the TCI, established in 2004, had been manufacturing public utility vehicles with an installed capacity of 300 buses per annum.

He further stated that the TCI was situated in Mussaffah Industrial Area and was the only bus manufacturing factory in UAE.

He also confirmed that since its operation in March 2006, it has, so far, manufactured 75 buses and around 20 units are presently under production.

Mr Pasha also informed the customs authorities in Karachi that the TCI brand of buses is called “Oryx” which is their registered trademark in the UAE. Therefore, the Pakistan embassy’s commercial section, Abu Dhabi, confirms that the said buses have been manufactured by M/s TCI, Abu Dhabi.

He further stated that commercial invoice provided by the customs had been verified both by M/s Ashok Leyland, Sharjah and the TCI.

With regard to the constituent parts of the body of the buses, the Pakistan embassy official provided a break-up along with his reply to customs authorities.

Mr. Pasha categorically stated that the engine of the buses was from Hino, but was shipped to India to transform it into a CNG engine.

About value-addition and use of components and parts from other countries, which determine the origin of manufactured goods, the commercial counsellor said in value terms the contribution of Indian parts in the green CNG buses ranged between 30 and 35 per cent only.

The assembly of the whole body parts is, however, done by M/s TCI, he added.

To a query as to why M/s Ashok Leyland is the shipper/exporter of buses, instead of TCI, the management of the TCI admitted that it was a technical mistake and would not be repeated in future consignments, he added.

Ahmad Shabir, CEO of Swede-Bus Pakistan Ltd, who imported the buses, told Dawn that in the past they introduced a Green Bus Service in Karachi. These buses were environmental- friendly as they were installed with Euro-2 engines. However, the urban transport bus service introduced by them under the Karachi Public Transport System had to be stopped owing to a sharp rise in diesel prices.

He said when the bus service was planned, diesel was priced at Rs19 per litre, but later its price jumped to Rs39 per litre, which was about 100 per cent higher.

He said since the government did not allow the company to revise bus fares and also did not pay the promised subsidy on an investment of Rs180 million, the Green Bus Service had to be stopped.

Responding to a question, he said the Green Buses, numbering around 32, were parked in a city depot. However, he said his company plans to introduce 250 dedicated CNG buses in the city under urban transport system.

Mr. Shabir said that air-conditioned bus service was popular amongst the middle and upper-middle class commuters as it provided them a respectable and comfortable travel.

He refuted local assemblers’ claim that they were manufacturing dedicated CNG buses and added that Hino Pakistan tried to convert one bus by installing CNG kit about three years back, but it failed to sell it in the local market

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THE Punjab government has approved introduction of new CNG busses in the provincial metropolis and the task will be completed till December 31.

An official of Regional Transport Authority said the government has finalized a contract with a Chinese CNG Bus manufacturing company YUNMA under which the company will provide 1,000 CNG buses to the Punjab government. The company has recently signed a contract with the City District Government Peshawar for providing 100 CNG busses, the official said adding the company has assured providing 300 busses per month.

Imran Ali, an official of the company told The News the government had assured giving relaxations in various taxes and summary in this regard has been under preparation. He said the government had already giving subsidy to transporters and CNG sector will be encouraged more. He said the promotion of CNG-based-transport would improve traffic management and be more environmentally friendly.

An official of Punjab Transport Department said Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi had announced 20 percent subsidy on purchase of new CNG-fitted buses, to promote environmentally friendly public transport in the province.

Tariq Zaman, District Officer (Environment) said the CDGL would continue its awareness campaign about the hazards of polluting vehicles. Two-stroke rickshaws were the major source of air and noise pollution and they needed to be eliminated in the best interests of the citizens, he added. He said that the government had taken practical measures and providing easy loans to the rickshaw owners for the purchase of CNG rickshaws.

He said the CDGL will implement the decision of imposing ban on two stroke rickshaws in the city in various phases till December 2007. He said the CDGL would go ahead with the ban showing no leniency and new roads would soon be added in the banned list.

He claimed that ban on the entry of two stroke rickshaws on various roads had shown good results and pollution level at these roads had decreased considerably. “Sixty percent of two stroke rickshaws are owned by few individuals who provide rickshaws to drivers on rent. These owners do not want to eliminate their vehicles thus creating hurdles in CDGL’s plan of phasing out two stroke rickshaws”, he revealed adding the CDGL would not be blackmailed at the hands of people having vested interests.

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CDGK in process of selecting new site for inter-city bus terminal
Thursday, January 17, 2008
By M Azeem Samar

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The City District Government Karachi (CDGK) is in the process of selecting a new site for the proposed terminus for the inter-city buses via the Super Highway.

The plan for establishing a bus terminus on Super Highway, announced some years back, has already hit snags mainly due to an encroachment issue on a 43-acre land of the proposed site.

The Executive District Officer (Transport), Karachi, Muhammad Ather said on Tuesday the CDGK authorities have been negotiating with the officials of the Malir Development Authority and Revenue Department of the Sindh government to get an agreement for the handing over of land to the CDGK for the purpose of building the bus terminus.

He said that the 100-acre land near the Northern Bypass will provide sufficient facilities for accommodating buses, transporters, bus staff and passengers.

The proposed Super Highway bus terminus is among the three bus termini whose plan has been duly incorporated into the recently approved Karachi Strategic Development Plan (KSDP) 2020 in order to streamline and regulate the influx and movement of intra-city transport coming to Karachi.

At present, only the Yousuf Goth bus terminus in Baldia town has been functioning near the RCD Highway in order to accommodate and facilitate the Balochistan-bound inter-city buses.

Inaugurated by the Sindh Governor, Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan on November 16, 2006, the bus-terminus is providing facilities to passengers, transporters, and related staff.

The city government is also working on a plan to expand the RCD Highway bus terminus in order to double its space so to accommodate all the incoming and out-going traffic and passengers for the Balochistan. “After the doubling of space we will be able to adequately accommodate all the inter-city buses moving through the RCD Highway,” said the EDO Transport who added that at present, they were not able to accommodate the Khuzdar-bound buses as they continued to operate near the Mewashah graveyard.

The EDO said that although the existing facility at the Yousuf Goth has waiting areas, cafeterias and washrooms for passengers as well as parking facilities for the large-sized inter-city buses but there is need for additional space to set up spacious workshops, washing areas and garages for the inter-city buses.

Apart from the Super Highway bus terminus, the other proposed bus terminal will be established on National Highway near Razzaqabad for the inter-city buses also moving to interior Sindh. Muhammad Ather said that the 15-acre land has been reserved in Razzaqabad near the historical Chowkandi graveyard to accommodate the inter-city public transport of National Highway but according to him, the city government is giving priority to the Super Highway terminus project as relatively less buses move through the National Highway.

He said the same 43-acre land had been reserved in Deh Amri for building the bus terminus for Super Highway buses but the project could not take off due to encroachment on almost 15 acres of the area.

However, some quarters among the concerned civil society organisations and opposition political parties have alleged that an unscrupulous anti-encroachment drive has been carried out under the supervision of the city government to get the land vacated for the proposed bus termini in various parts of the city but as such the said drive is against the interests of the locals of the area.

Jumman Darwan, opposition nazim of Union Council (UC) 13 Baloch Goth of Orangi Town, said the anti-enroachment drives have been going on for the bus termini of the RCD Highway and Northern Bypass, but it is against the interests of the locals.

“Just day-before-yesterday a massive so-called anti-encroachment drive was carried out in Deh Halkani near National Highway on the borderline of Orangi and Gadap towns and it rendered homeless thousands of rural inhabitants of at least eight Goths of the areas,” Darwan told The News on Tuesday. He said the said that the anti-encroachment drive had been purposefully carried out by the city government authorities to disenfranchise a large number of voters of the opposition political parties living in the Karachi’s suburban and rural areas.

Some other opposition quarters believed that even the present city government purposefully delayed the Yousuf Goth terminus project so that credit of its construction does not go to the former City Nazim Naimatullah Khan. Rafiq Ahmed, who leads the opposition Al-Khidmat group in the City Council, said that 80 per cent work of the Yousuf Goth bus terminus project was completed when Naimatullah Khan’s term as city nazim expired in 2005. He said that the bus project has been purposefully delayed by the present government so that the leadership could unduly take its credit. In fact, this is not the only project that has been delayed and abandoned. The bus shelter project was abandoned half-way after constructing bus shelters only on Sharae Faisal.

Irshad Bukhari, a leader of the transporters’ community, said the transporters’ representatives had always supported the scheme of setting up a terminus for inter-city buses but the drivers and bus drivers should be motivated to stop at the terminus. Also the law-enforcement agencies should also be bound to apply the laws uniformly.

Some concerned quarters among citizens believe that terminus being built should also be properly maintained and overhauled otherwise their status will be similar to the terminals of the Daewoo Pakistan bus service in Punjab which urgently require improvement.
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LAHORE, May 1: To replace two-stroke rickshaws with CNG-fitted four-stroke by December in five major cities of Punjab, the provincial government has engaged 11 more factories to improve the production of new brand rickshaws, Dawn has learnt. Earlier, the government had engaged three factories to manufacture three-wheelers.

The government decided in 2005 to replace two-stroke three-wheelers with CNG-fitted four-stroke rickshaws in Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi and Gujranwala by the end of 2007. Three manufacturers were ordered to produce 60,000 four-stroke vehicles, but they reportedly supplied 2,000 to the government which were now plying on city roads.

Environment Protection Department (EDP) sources said the slow production of the new product had forced the government to engage more units across Punjab and the NWFP. They said the government should have terminated the contracts of the already-engaged units for low production.

They said if the new inductions could not supply the product on time the government may extend the deadline to ban two-stroke rickshaws from city roads. They said the government had also relaxed some conditions it had imposed on drivers to obtain loans from banks and corporation to buy a four-stroke rickshaw.

The Punjab government faced embarrassment in 2005 when it banned the manufacturing of two-stroke rickshaws from Jan 2006 but it had to lift it forthwith following an objection from the federal government.

The provincial government reportedly banned registration and release of fitness certificate to the owners of two-stroke rickshaws throughout Punjab from Jan 2006. But there are reports that some (rickshaw owners) still acquire the same in backdates.

“When the EPD launched a campaign against two-stroke rickshaws sometimes ago, the price of a two-stroke decreased and most of the drivers looked for four-stroke ones. But they were not available in the market thereby the price of the two-stroke rikshaws again got sustained,” said rickshaw driver Sadiq Husian. He said the two-stroke rickshaw was still being manufactured and transported to Sindh, Balochistan and the NWFP.

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CNG Rickshaws Land in Karachi

Seems like the much awaited CNG rickshaws have finally landed (assembly-line snaps courtesy Raja Islam). Spotted one such 'greener alternative' to the iconic rickshaws of Karachi in Clifton yesterday. Besides being colored green (physically), these three-wheelers are supposed to be effectively green because of two reasons: they run on CNG which pollutes the environment less and these rickshaws are as soundless as any regular car.






Of course, this is true for the unaltered version of these CNG rickshaws. What 'twists' are given to these features later by the innovative local auto-technicians remain to be seen in due course of time.


Back to the review: For a change, there are two head-lights in the front. The older rickshaws used to have just one on top of their singular front wheels.


The cost of the rickshaw as stated by the oh-feeling-so-proud driver is Rs 150,000 without registration charges. I believe that registration would add another 5,000 ~ 8,000 to the total cost.


There is still no steering wheel for the driver but the 'steering handle' is now blessed with at least four meters. This is a major deviation from the earlier practice of pasting a dummy speedometer at the center of the steering handle that was just a decoration item and actually did nothing.


Gone is the typically hand-driven kick-start operation. The driver pushed a neat button on the handle that made use of the battery to start the engine which was pleasantly silent. The silencer, at least for now, is quite visible from the rear view of the three-wheeler.


The rear seats appeared to be more comfortable and spacious in terms of leg-space offered to the riders. I could not find out about the capacity of the CNG cylinder that comes fitted. And finally, to put some more decency in the younger cousin, there are wheel-covers that give the bigger-than-previous tires a finished look. The shiny vehicle was void of any additional decorative paintjob on the body but I am sure the vehicular linguists in the backyards of Patel-para where Rickshaws are meticulously decorated and painted must be yearning to put the latest consignment of the mobile-literature on these newer rickshaws.


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i think they look much much better then ugly old rickshaw;s man what you guy's think ?

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Basic motoring? Get Alif!
New cars at rock-bottom prices, anyone? This runaround is claimed by its maker to be the world's cheapest - it has just been launched at a bargain basement £1,650.

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Amazingly, it might not be the record holder for long. A rival firm is working on a motor it says will trump that, at only £1,300. This Alif four-seater is made by Pakistani brand Transmission, and while it is not exactly the height of luxury, it does have some excellent features.

Seatbelts are standard, there's a canvas roof and the spare wheel is mounted on the tailgate. It's just under three metres long and available in five colours. A single-cylinder 200cc four-stroke engine offers close to 80mpg.

The Alif is being promoted as an alternative to Pakistan's traditional three-wheel rickshaws, which are being phased out because they have inefficient two-stroke powerplants.

Challenger for its world's cheapest crown comes from Indian company Tata, which supplied the CityRover to MG Rover. Its car, codenamed Project X3, is due for launch in 2008 and is expected to be powered by a 700cc 45bhp petrol engine. However, industry experts aren't convinced that such a no-frills vehicle can appeal to status-sensitive Indian buyers.

There's also scepticism about how models such as the Alif and X3 can be made so cheaply. While they may meet the latest anti-pollution laws, safety experts believe there's too little in the way of crash protection.


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Product Description
This model has two fuel type, CNG and petrol. Also with 150CC, 175CC, 200CC.Engine Type: 4 stroke
Forced water cooling/ rear engine (175CC) Displacement (ml): 173.6
Bore*Stroke(mm): 62.0*57.5
Compression ratio: 9.2:1
Roted Net Power [kw/(r/min)]:9.8/7500
Maximum Net Torque [N•m/(r/min)]: 13/7000
Idle Speed(RPM): 1500
Fuel Capacity: Petrol Tank 12L
Clutch Method: Hand operation and Adjusting
Transmission: 4 Forward and 1 Reverse
Transmission Way: Axle
Braking distance/initial speed30km/h: <=7.5m
Minimun turning diameter(mm): 6000
Brake(front/rear): Drum
Starting Mode: Electric/ kick
Front Suspension: Hydraulic Spring
Rear Suspension: Complete/ Hydraulic Spring D




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Advanced CNG & Power Technologies
Plot 89, Street 10, I-9 Industrial Area
Islamabad, Pakistan
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Tel : 92-51-7139-477 / 92-333-5110-969

Fax : 92-51-4444-655 / 92-51-5956-815

Homepage : www.acpt.en.ecplaza.net
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Product Description
CNG CITY BUS

Overall length; 8500
Overall width; 2400
Overall height; 3100
Engine Model EQ6100N1
Manufacturer Dongfeng Engine
Position Rear-mounted
Rated max. mass; 11010
Type In line, pressurized, inter-cooled
Max power; 88/120
Seat capacity 57/23+1 (15-32)
Max torque; 330/1000-1400
Max speed; 90
Fuel CNG
Exhaust standard Euro


Product Feature
Item Main configuration
Gear box Five speed
Front bridge H shaped
Rear bridge Unitary, single deceleration
Suspension Multi leaf spring
Steering Hydraulic power steering
Brake Service brake
Pneumatic dual-circuit drum wheel braking
Parking brake Energy storage spring parking brake
Cylinders and valves 6*80L
Tyre 8.25-20 bias tire

Body structure Rectangular steel tube welding
Interior trimming Common interior trimming
Door &door pump Front single& rear double internal-swinging door
Window& windshield Sliding side window, panoramic compressed front windshield
Safety roof window Safety roof windows at the front and rear
Rearview system Manual rearview mirror, inner mirror
Audio-video system AM/FM cassette recorder
Seats Special plastic seat for city bus
Lights Front& rear combined lights
Paint Homemade paint with high-quality
Other service facilities Plastic armrest, microphone, fire extinguisher, half-breadth driver’s shading curtain, skidproof floor leather, fan, front/rear simple guidepost


Product Specification/Models
ACPTYCK6850HCN
Optional equipments

ABS and automatic slack adjuster
Homemade integral lubricating system
Driving recorder
A/C (18000kcal/h)
Electronic guidepost
Get-off indicator device
LED display in the bus
Reverse monitor (black & white)
Reverse & get-off double monitor
IC card collector
Digital clock and thermometer
Flying ring (16 pieces)
Electric defrosting rearview mirror
Whole bus curtain
Spare tyre and wheel cover
Imported paint
Imported metallic paint

Other Information
For any other information, please feel free to contact us.

Payment
30% down payment, 70% by irrevocable sight L/C or T/T before delivery

Delivery
about 50 working days once we receive the down payment

Origin
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Minimum Order
no limit

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Advanced CNG & Power Technologies
Plot 89, Street 10, I-9 Industrial Area
Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistan 44000
Tel : 92-51-7139-477 / 92-333-5110-969

Fax : 92-51-4444-655 / 92-51-5956-815

Homepage : www.acpt.en.ecplaza.net
Contact :
Mr. Eckbaull Nayyer
Director Sales, CNG

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Product Description
CNG CITY BUS

Model No. ACPTYCK6105HC
Overall length (mm) 10490
Overall width (mm) 2500
Overall height (mm) 3200
Engine Model EQD210N-20
Manufacturer Dongfeng Engine
Position Rear-mounted
Manufacturer’s max. total mass 14100
Type Water cooled, inter-cooled, pressurized, direct ejection
Seating capacity 70/31 (20-38)
Max speed (km/h) 90
Max power (Kw/ps) 155/210
Max torque (N.m/rpm) 700/1600
Fuel type CNG
Exhaust standard Euro;


Product Feature
CNG CITY BUS
Model No ACPTYCK6105HC
Gear box Five speed
Front axle H shaped
Rear axle Unitary, single deceleration
Suspension More leaf spring
Steering Hydraulic power steering, RHD
Brake Service brake
Pneumatic dual-circuit drum wheel braking
Parking brake Energy storage spring parking brake
Cylinders & valves 6*80L
Tyre 10.00-20 bias tyre
Body structure Rectangular steel tube welding
Interior trimming Common interior trimming
Door &door pump Front single& rear double internal-swinging door
Window& windshield Sliding side window, panoramic compressed front windshield
Safety roof window Three safety roof windows at the front, middle and rear
Rearview system Manual rearview mirror, inner mirror
Audio-Video system AM/FM cassette recorder
Seats Special plastic seat for city bus
Lights Unitary front& rear grouped lights
Paint Homemade paint with high quality
Other service facilities Plastic armrest, microphone, fire extinguisher, driver’s half-breadth shading curtain, skidproof floor leather, driver’s fan, front/rear simple guidepost, defroster


Product Specification/Models
Optional equipments to choose

ABS and automatic slack adjuster
Homemade integral lubricating system
Driving recorder
A/C (28000kcal/h)
Electronic guidepost
Get-off indicator device
LED display in the bus
Reverse monitor (black & white)
Reverse & get-off double monitor
IC card collector
Digital clock and thermometer
Flying ring (16 pieces)
Electric defrosting rearview mirror
Whole bus curtain
Spare tyre and wheel cover
Imported paint
Metallic paint

Payment
30% down payment, 70% by irrevocable sight L/C or T/T before delivery



Contact Information

Advanced CNG & Power Technologies
Plot 89, Street 10, I-9 Industrial Area
Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistan 44000
Tel : 92-51-7139-477 / 92-333-5110-969

Fax : 92-51-4444-655 / 92-51-5956-815

Homepage : www.acpt.en.ecplaza.net
Contact :
Mr. Eckbaull Nayyer
Director Sales, CNG

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Product Description

CNG PASSENGER BUS

Overall length; 10490
Overall width; 2500
Overall height; 3560
Parameter of motor Model EQD210N-20
Manufacturer Dongfeng Engine
Position Rear mounted
Manufacturer’s max. total mass; 13200
Type Water-cooled ;direct ;pressurized;inter-cooled
Rated seating capacity;person; 45+1+1
Max speed (km/h) 110
Max power; Kw/ps; 155/210
Max torque;N.m/rpm; 700/1600
Fuel type CNG
Exhaust standard Euro II


Product Feature
Gear box Five speed
Front axle H shaped
Rear axle Unitary, single deceleration
Suspension Multi leaf spring
Steering Hydraulic power steering, RHD
Braking Service braking
Pneumatic dual-circuit drum wheel braking
Parking braking Energy storage spring parking braking
Auxiliary braking ABS and automatic slack adjuster
Cylinders & valves 6*80L
Tyre 10.00R20 radial tyre
Other Stainless steel wheel cover, driving recorder
Body structure Rectangular steel pipe welding
Interior trimming Shaped interior trimming with luggage rack
Door/door pump Front pneumatic external swing passenger door
Window, windshield Enclosed side windows (the first lower side window at right side is double direction sliding window, and the upper side windows of two sides at the back are also double direction sliding windows), panoramic compressed front windshield
Safety roof window Two safety roof windows with electric ventilator
A/C system Dependent A/C (24000Kcal/h)
Rearview system Manual rearview mirror
Audio-video system AM/FM cassette recorder
Seat High backrest adjustable seat
Lamp Front/rear combined lamps
Paint Imported paint
Other service facilities
Digital clock, thermometer, half-breadth shading curtain for driver and side curtain, no-skid floor leather, defroster, handrail, remote control door lock

Product Specification/Models
Optional equipments

Without A/C
Adding side moving and foot rest for passenger seats
Electric defrosting rearview mirror
Double glass
Multi VCD +color display 14”
Reverse monitor (black & white 4.5”)
Rectangle roof lamp
Hot & cold water disperser
Imported metallic paint

Payment
30% down payment, 70% by irrevocable sight L/C or T/T before delivery

Minimum Order
no limit

Samples
Not Avaliable



Contact Information

Advanced CNG & Power Technologies
Plot 89, Street 10, I-9 Industrial Area
Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistan 44000
Tel : 92-51-7139-477 / 92-333-5110-969

Fax : 92-51-4444-655 / 92-51-5956-815

Homepage : www.acpt.en.ecplaza.net
Contact :
Mr. Eckbaull Nayyer
Director Sales, CNG

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Product Description
LUXURY PASSENGER BUS

Parameter of complete bus

Overall length (mm) 7980
Overall width (mm) 2400
Overall height (mm) 3320
Parameter of motor Model EQD180N-20
Manufacturer Dongfeng Engine
Position Rear mounted
Manufacturer’s max. total mass (Kg) 10130
Type Direct injection;pressurized;inter-cooled, water-cooled
Rated seating capacity (person) 29+1+1 (25-35)Max speed (km/h) 110
Max power (Kw/ps) 132/180
Max torque (N.m/rpm) 540/1600
Fuel type CNG
Exhaust standard Euro II


Product Feature
Gear box Five-speed
Front axle H shaped
Rear axle Unitary, single deceleration
Suspension Fewer leaf spring
Steering Hydraulic power steering, RHD
Braking Service braking
Pneumatic dual-circuit drum wheel braking
Parking braking Energy storage spring parking braking, ABS and automatic clearance adjuster
Cylinders & valves 6×80L
Tyre 7.50-20 tyre, with stainless steel wheel cover
Body structure Rectangular steel pipe welding
Interior trimming Shaped interior trimming
Door/door pump Front pneumatic external swing passenger door
Window, windshield Enclosed side windows (two sliding windows), panoramic compressed front windshield
Safety roof window One safety roof window with electric ventilator
Luggage boot Overturned luggage door, luxury lock
Luggage rack Luxury luggage rack
A/C system Dependent A/C (18000Kcal/h)
Rearview system Manual rearview mirror
Audio-video system AM/FM cassette recorder, VCD+ color display 14”
Seat High backrest adjustable seats (with armrest, side moving and foot rest)
Lamp Front/rear grouped lamps
Paint Imported paint

Other service facilities

Electronic clock, thermometer, shading curtain for driver and side curtain, no-skid floor leather, defroster, remote control door lock


Product Specification/Models
Optional equipments

8.25R20 tyre
Electric defrosting rearview mirror
Double glass
Reverse monitor (black & white 4.5”)
Imported metallic paint
Warm & hot water dispenser

Other Information
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Payment
30% down payment, 70% by irrevocable sight L/C or T/T before delivery

Minimum Order
no limit

Samples
Not Avaliable



Contact Information

Advanced CNG & Power Technologies
Plot 89, Street 10, I-9 Industrial Area
Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistan 44000
Tel : 92-51-7139-477 / 92-333-5110-969

Fax : 92-51-4444-655 / 92-51-5956-815

Homepage : www.acpt.en.ecplaza.net
Contact :
Mr. Eckbaull Nayyer
Director Sales, CNG

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