Good news for farmers The country's first CNG tractor will save up to 50 per cent in farming costs
The increase in petrol and diesel prices will give big relief to farmers. After scooters, cars and buses, now CNG fitted tractors will also be seen standing on roads and fields. Union Minister for a Roads Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari will unveil the country's first CNG-fitted tractor on February 12 at 5 pm.a Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan this Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways VK Singh and Minister of State Purushottam Rupala will also be present on the occasion.
This benefit will be gained from the CNG conversion of the tractor
Farmers will directly benefit from the CNG conversion of tractors by Ravmet Techno Solutions and Tomasetto Akilis India. It is expected that the arrival of CNG tractors will also help in increasing the income of farmers.
As everyone knows CNG is a pure fuel, which emits very little carbon and other polluting particles. The life of the converted CNG engine with the new technology will be longer than that of conventional tractors. Compared to diesel, CNG tractors will have higher mileage. Not only this, petrol and diesel prices keep going up and down every day, while CNG prices fluctuate a lot.
Cng is cheap
CNG is much cheaper than petrol or diesel. Due to the tight seal of the CNG tank, the scope of explosion during fueling is greatly reduced. Waste of money means the option of making useless things more powerfully valuable goods. The use of straw is bio-CNG. Can be made, which will not only increase the income of the farmer, but will also help in reducing the pollution caused by burning straw.
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CNG tractors will also have these benefits
Some studies report that C.N.G. Tractors get more power than diesel driven tractors. CNG emits 70 percent less than diesel. Using CNG tractors will help farmers reduce fuel costs by 50 per cent. If we talk about Delhi the price of diesel in the national capital is Rs 78.03 per liter while CNG is Rs 42.70 per kg.