Tractors are used for broad farm applications from preparing land for sowing to transportation post-harvesting. On the other hand, the population is increasing day by day but the conventional fuels are limited and depleting excessively resulting in a huge energy crisis. It is a must now to move towards more reliable and clean energy resources.
Fuelling tractors and machinery should be done with caution because all three ingredients of fire are present in it (flammable material, ignition source, and oxygen).
Due to this reason, every fuel tank will undergo ISO certification and quality testing procedures to ensure that all finished products meet or exceed established construction and testing requirements for government agencies.
Gasoline, diesel fuel, liquid petroleum (LP) gas, degreasing solvents, and paint solvents are common flammable materials found on farms. The gases released by these substances can be ignited by open flames, and sparks can be caused by electric motors, static electricity, and or friction.
Due to this complication, manufacturers prefer international standards while manufacturing the fuel tanks and also as per their government regulations to maintain fuel safety.
For many farmers, fuel storage tanks are convenient and cost-effective. Many storage tanks are also mobile and can be set up in large fields or other strategic locations. Unlike attached fuel tanks, external storage tanks can be monitored for leaks and regularly maintained.
As manufacturers prefer steel as the material for their fuel tanks, especially diesel as fuel as it can withstand vibrations, harsh weather and is free from contaminants.
Steel is the material of choice at fuel tanks because of many advantages, As a Fuel tank material, steel is strong, affordable, reliable and environmentally friendly. Its unique characteristics enables it to achieve the performance levels required in fuel storage tanks.
The global tractor fuel tank market is estimated at $XX Million in 2022 and growing at XX% CAGR till 2030.
Case IH’s Accu-VT has the power to pull the heaviest implements through the toughest conditions with maximum torque and minimum fuel usage. The transmission continually adjusts to optimize fuel consumption based on load. When no torque is needed, fuel savings are even more significant.
John Deere’s Relocated fuel tank with greater capacity (up to 96 litres) gives its customers more time between re-fuelling and provides improved rear visibility.
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