Agricultural Cultivator Tines
Agricultural Cultivator Tines
BANKABLE PROJECT REPORT ON AGRICULTURAL TINES
India is an Agro base country and agriculture sustains a major role in the country’s economy. Agricultural cultivator tines have been used in this age of mechanized farming.
Compared to various other sectors of the economy, agriculture is unique, with production largely dependent on weather conditions. The degree of success of agricultural production and its economics is determined to a significant extent by how the weather conditions best exploit crops to grow, in line with the optimal requirements of the crop.
In addition, how effective weather conditions affect the growth and development of crops due to moisture, thermal, wind, radiation and biotic stresses manage to reduce their adversity. Apart from this, it also depends on the management aspects of preventing crops from severe weather conditions.
Agricultural Cultivator Tines
Ideally, technological advances in agriculture should reduce overall dependence on weather and climate. But the link between yield and weather/climate is not decreasing. Meteorological conditions have an impact on high-yielding varieties of crops with increased susceptibility to environmental conditions, requiring maximum adaptation to water, air, thermal and nutritional conditions.
The biological potential of plants manifests itself best under favorable conditions and severely diminishes when conditions are unfavorable. This results in large fluctuations in annual crop yields, the scale of which is greater than the increase in yields due to an increase in agriculture.
For this reason, the role of agrometeorological information is increasing. Using information about the impact of weather and climate factors on agricultural productivity in an educated way can not only reduce the damage but can also make it possible to obtain additional yield without significant financial outlay.
Meteorological forecasts for agro-based activities attach great importance to agro-based activities
Thus, meteorological forecasts for agro-based activities attach great importance to agro-based activities. For effective planning and management of farming practices such as farming, sowing, fertilizers, pesticides, pesticides, efficient irrigation, and crop-based applications, weather forecasting is desirable in all temporal ranges.
Forecasting in the small and medium categories contributes greatly toward making short-term adjustments in daily agricultural operations that reduce losses from adverse weather conditions and improve yield and quantity and quality of agricultural products.
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This project has been drawn for the manufacturing of agricultural tines. Agricultural tine is a part of a cultivator and is fitted with a plow on it. A cultivator has usually 7-11 tines depending upon the make of the tractor with which it is used.
The demand for cultivators picks up in the month of April to June and September to November and so is the demand for tines. According to estimates, there are 80 small-scale units manufacturing agricultural tines in the country.
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The demand for agricultural tines is directly linked to the demand for cultivators and due to mechanization in the field of agriculture in the country. There exists good scope for the product for development in the agricultural fields.
Keeping in view of the above facts we recommend setting up a unit for the same.
BASIS & PRESUMPTION-Agricultural Cultivator Tines
- This project is based on a single-shift basis and 300 working days in a year.
- Since this industry is labor-intensive, the working efficiency is considered 70% in the first year.
- Costs of machinery and equipment/ material indicated refer to a particular make and approximately to those prevailing at the time of preparation of this project.
- Tax, Freight, Installation, and electrification cost is taken @ 15% of the cost of machinery and equipment.
- Non-refundable deposits, project report cost, trial production, and security deposits with Electricity Board are taken under pre-operative expenses.
- Depreciation has been considered:
(a) On Building @ 5%
(b) On plant and machinery @ 10%
(c) On office furniture and fixtures @ 10%
(d) On other fixed assets @ 10%.
- Interest on capital investment has been taken @ 12.50% per annum.
- Promoter contribution has been taken @ a minimum of 05% of total investment.
- All calculations have based on single shift running.
- 10. Plant capacity is 1.5 MT products per day
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LOCATION OF THE UNIT-Agricultural Cultivator Tines
The unit will be set up on land that the site is justified to be suitable in view of the following basic considerations:-
- Availability of raw materials & consumables.
- Availability of Power, Fuel, Water.
- Banking facility.
- Marketing prospectus.
- Good communications.
- Labor facility.
RAW MATERIALS AND CONSUMABLES for Agricultural Cultivator Tines
- Spring Patti.
- Steam Coal.
ITEMS TO BE PRODUCED
- Agriculture tines.
INSTALLED CAPACITY-Agricultural Cultivator Tines
1.5 MT per day.
– 37.50 MT per month.
– 450 MT per annum.
– 8 hours per day
– 25 days per month
– 300 days per annum
MANUFACTURING PROCESS of Agricultural Cultivator Tines
The manufacture of agricultural tines involves operations like cutting rectangular flats to sizes on a power press and then heating them in the furnace in bulky quantities.
After this, the flats are forged at both ends on a power press to give the desired shape. Simultaneously, the holes are made on one side followed by flattening/straightening of the same on a power press and drilling of holes on another side with a drilling machine.
After this final inspection and the testing is undertaken. The tines are then coated with red oxide primer and packed for supply.