When running railway engine stops at one station and again start and run. It will take about 50 litres of diesel to acquire initial speed. But the same distance travelled by the railway engine without stopping at the station it consumes 5 litres.
Similarly while we ploughing the field by plugging tiller equipment with the help of tractor, it stops due to stucking of plugging tiller equipment in the field if it is in uniform speed too. Then we release the tiller by lifting up with the help of hydraulic. We repeat this process for hundreds of time per day during ploughing the field this process leads to lot of diesel waste. To avoid stucking of tiller in the field, Nadakattin Wheel Tiller Equipment having wheels on both lateral sides which help to maintain uniform speed to the tractor engine without stucking.