Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University
Pusa, Samastipur – 848 125, Bihar, India


Need for testing farm machinery

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[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To evaluate the product both for developmental and production models.[/li]
[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To get the advice of the testing Institution based on the performance reports and thus continuously improve upon the products.[/li]
[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To get an authentic data on the performance of similar machines of other manufacturers to improve the product.[/li]
[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To accelerate sales through test reports to be released by the testing Institution which may be used as an advertising media under certain conditions.[/li]
[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To improve technical literature like service manual, performance data sheets etc.[/li]
[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To provide independent evidence to support the claims for the machine performance.[/li]
[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To get guidelines for taking decision on the type of machine to be used for certain operations.[/li]
[li type=”glyphicon-ok”]To select particular machine according to individual requirements where a choice of different brand exists.[/li]

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