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Introducing Lehr Propane Outboard Engines

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  • Introducing Lehr Propane Outboard Engines


    The ideas behind Lehr were born during a series of long, cold nights spent converting gasoline engines to run on propane aboard the research vessel, The Sea Surveyor in the north sea. Having already used propane to power small engines on several other ships in his years at sea, Captain Bernardo Jorge Herzer CEO and founder of LEHR knew he had something. "Propane is just safer, more efficient and more reliable," said Captain Herzer, "that's why we used it on our ships."

    The EPA set strict new standards for gasoline engines and especially fuel systems in order to reduce the amount of gas fumes, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and smog forming pollutants. Lehr inc. has found a way, thought the use of propane, to reduce emissions and associated health risks which will improve the marine environment all over the world.

    The Lehr outboards engines are cleaner and greener than other engines of the same class. The engines are Four Strokes that were designed and engineered to run only on PROPANE. This is not a converted gasoline engine. Propane is a self-contained fuel with 110 octane, eco friendly and economical. The engine is equipped to hold a 1 pound camping style bottle of propane or the larger “gas grill” style tank. On the 1 lb style camping bottle the 2.5 hp will run about 2 Ĺ hours at 3000 rpm and the 5.0 hp will run 1 ľ hours at 3000 rpm. With no evaporative fuel and very clean emissions Lehr engine are truly cleaner and greener than other outboards.
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