Good news for farmers, the country’s first CNG tractor is coming, know all the information



Good news for farmers, the country’s first CNG tractor is coming, know all the information










For the first time in India, a diesel tractor will be run on CNG. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari will make a formal start on Friday. The conversion, jointly conducted by Rawmat Techno Solutions and Tomato Achilles India, will reduce farmers’ production costs and create more employment opportunities in rural India. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, Narendrasinh Tomar, Purushottam Rupala, and General (retd)


V.K. Singh will also be present at the inauguration ceremony. In this way, saving more than one lakh rupees annually on fuel costs will be the most important benefit to farmers. It will also help them improve their livelihood.



Learn about CNG tractors
This is a clean fuel. This is because it has the lowest levels of carbon and other pollutants. It is very cheap. Because their lead is almost zero. It is non-corrosive, dark and less polluting. Which helps to increase the capacity of the engine. And it does not require regular maintenance. This is very affordable as CNG prices are much more consistent than fluctuations in petrol prices. The average mileage of CNG vehicles is even better than diesel and petrol vehicles.

This is very safe because CNG vehicles come with a sealed tank, which reduces the likelihood of an explosion in case of refueling or spill. This will improve in the future as about 120 million vehicles in the world currently run on natural gas. Day by day more and more companies and municipalities will join the movement to promote CNG. This is part of the Waste to Wealth (Waste to Wealth) program as crop straw can be used as a raw material for the production of by-CNG that will enable farmers in their own field. Can make money by producing CNG units and selling them.

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Farmers will get a benefit of Rs 1 lakh
The most important benefit to farmers will be that they will save more than one lakh rupees annually on fuel costs. It will also help them improve their livelihood.

The test report states that a retrofitted tractor produces more power than a diesel engine.

This has resulted in a 70 per cent reduction in total carbon emissions compared to diesel. This will help farmers save up to 50 per cent on fuel as the current price of diesel is Rs 77.43 per liter. While CNG is only Rs 42 per kg.

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