The technology is simply an easy to install hybrid carburetor that converts your existing petrol generator to also run on domestic/cooking gas.
Anyone who can loosen a bolt, can remove your existing carburetor and install it for you. You can at most engage a mechanic, including apprentice, to help with the installation.
We sell the most advanced version of the device which allows you switch between petrol and gas (LPG or CNG), depending on what's available to you.
The device isn't compatible with 'I better pass my Neighbour' (the smallest tiger gen) and gens with capacities above 10kva
The device costs N10,000 for 2kva - 3.6kva gen capacity or N15,000 for 3.8kva -10kva gens
You only need to buy a gas cylinder, regulator, and hose (if you don't have already).
Lots of Nigerians are still afraid of gas, as some think it could cause an explosion, but I don't blame them. It's lack of research and limited knowledge, which suggests why most Nigerians still don't use gas cookers at home.
Truth is a running propane gas cylinder on a generator is safer than running it on cookers. Cookers naturally generate flame (naked fire), yet do not cause explosions, as the cylinders are built to handle the generated flame, whereas your gen doesn't generate flame. Again, if there's a leakage from your cylinder/hose in your kitchen, gas can easily accumulate and any ignition can cause fire, being that your kitchen is an enclosure, whereas your gen and cylinder, being outside, have adequate ventilation, which will naturally circulate away any leaked gas - reducing the chance of fire and explosion, in case of fire ignition.
Although we recommend you keep your gen and cylinders outdoors to avoid overhearing and use a hose of 3-5 yards. Also, avoid having your gen in a cluster of running gens, like we have in some apartments