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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Good news for farmers The country's first CNG tractor will save up to 50 per cent in farming costs

 There is good news for farmers.  The country's first CNG tractor will save up to 50 per cent on farming costs 

   The hike in petrol and diesel prices will bring great relief to farmers.  After scooters, cars and buses, CNG equipped tractors will be seen standing on the roads and farms.  Land Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari will unveil the country's first compressed natural gas farm tractor on February 12 at 5 pm.  Singh and Minister of State Purushottam Rubla will also attend the event.

   This facility will be obtained from tractor CNG conversion

   Farmers will directly benefit from the compressed natural gas tractor conversion by Rawmet Techno Solutions and Tomaseto Achilles India.  The advent of CNG tractors will also help increase the income of farmers.

   As everyone knows, compressed natural gas is pure fuel, which emits very little carbon and other pollutant particles.  New technology with live CNG converter engine will have a longer life than conventional tractors.  Compares to diesels, CNG to tractor's will have higher mileage.  Not only that, the prices of gasoline and diesel continue to rise and fall every day, while the prices of compressed natural gas fluctuate a lot.

   CNG  Is cheaper

   Due to the sealing of the CNG tank, the blast range is greatly reduced during refueling.  Spending money means choosing useless things to make more valuable goods.  Straw is a bio-compressed natural gas.  It can be made, which will not only increase the farmer's income, but also help reduce the pollution caused by straw burning. 

Read in gujarati:- ગુજરાતીમાં માહિતી માટે અહીં ક્લીક કરો

CNG tractors will also benefit from this    Some studies suggest that CNG  Tractors get more power than diesel tractors.  CNG emits 70 percent less than diesel.  The use of compressed natural gas tractors will reduce the cost of fuel for farmers by 50 per cent. If we talk about Delhi, the price of diesel in the national capital is Rs.  .088.03 while CNG is Rs. 2. 700.

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