What is Phill? Phill is a natural gas Home Refueling Appliance (HRA) designed for use with consumer vehicles in residential environments.
How long does Phill take to fill a vehicle? On average it will take approximately 4 hours to replenish the fuel consumed in 80 km / 50 miles of driving based on a vehicle consumption rate of 8 litres per 100 km or 30 mpg (US).
How much electricity does Phill use? At 800 watts, Phill uses less electricity than most small kitchen appliances.
How much does Phill weigh? Phill weighs approximately 43 kg. / 95 lbs.
Is Phill designed to be installed indoors or outdoors? Phill is designed to be installed either in a garage, a carport, or outdoors.
Can Phill be used with well gas?
No. Phill is designed and certified for use with pipeline quality natural gas only.
What are the installation requirements? Phill needs to be securely fastened to a surface that can support at least 45 kg. / 100 lbs. Phill is connected to a 240 volt electrical circuit and connects to residential natural gas supply lines. If installed inside a garage, the unit must be vented outdoors. In all cases installation must comply with applicable building codes and regulations.
How long will Phill run? Phill is designed to run for approximately 6000 hours of use at which time it can be remanufactured. This can be done a maximum of 3 times, extending its life to 24,000 hours of operation. Please contact FuelMaker customer service for more information.
Where can I buy Phill? We at NFS will be happy to service your Phill needs. NFS is your certified FuelMaker, Phill dealer.
How much does the Phill cost? Phill installations (shipping, delivery, installation and owner operations training) typically costs less than $6,200 for most applications where natural gas is already in the home. Please see your tax advisor for a potential $1000 tax credit. Please contact NFS for an exact quote for your specific Phill installation.
What does Phill's Basic Warranty cover? (USA only)
Phill's basic warranty is valid for one year or 1,000 hours of use (whichever comes first). The warranty starts either from the date of installation or one month from the date of delivery. This warranty covers any safety or performance related defects in material or workmanship. .
What is the Remanufactured Phill Program? Existing Phill owners can purchase a remanufactured Phill when the life of their original unit comes to an end. This remanufactured Phill will perform to the specifications of a new unit and will last for another 5 years or 6,000 hours of operation.
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Please have the answers to the following questions
ready when you phone to purchase Phill:
1. Do you own, or are in the process of obtaining,
a Natural Gas Vehicle? What kind is it?
2. Does your vehicle have a double check valve in the
fuel receptacle? If you don't know please refer to the
manufacturer or point of purchase.
3. What is your vehicle tank size and pressure
(3600 psi / 3000 psi) ?
4. How many miles daily do you travel on average?
5. What kind of residence do you live in?
6. Do you plan to install Phill inside or outside of
7. If outdoors, do you require permission from a
homeowner association? If so, do you have it?
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