Mineral Oil Corporation and DMSRDE Developed Missile Fuel. Now the fuel of Prithvi and Agni missiles will be made in India, which will increase the speed at less cost.
Now the fuel of other missiles, including Prithvi, Agni, Surya, Shaurya, Prahar, and Brahmos, which strengthens the security cycle of the country, will be made in India i.e. indigenous.
This will not only increase the speed of the missile but will also save 20 to 25 percent on the average fuel spent. With less fuel, the missile will be able to hit a longer distance.
This indigenous fuel has been developed by Mineral Oil Corporation in association with Defense Materials and Stores Research and Development Establishment (DMSRDE).
This fuel, prepared during the Corona period, has been sent to the Indian Army for testing.
The specialty of the fuel designed to send the missile is that it burns for a long time. It has been found to be better in initial testing. It is now being tested for use in missiles.
Vikas Chandra Agarwal, the city’s entrepreneur and managing director of Mineral Oil Corporation, which works on indigenous fuel, said that the fuel of the missile still comes from abroad.
After about a year of research in the Corona era, he has made the fuel of the missile. It has been successfully tested at the Accreditation Board for Texting and Calibration Laboratories (NABL).
Now the army has been sent for high-level testing. Once approved from there, it will be used in missiles. It is also a booster with fuel, which will also serve to accelerate the missile.
Grease is being built for fighter planes.
Entrepreneur Vikas Chandra Aggarwal said he is also giving grease for fighter planes to the Air Force since last year. Have been making grease for Air Force fighter planes for the past 25 years.
It is used in parts of fighter aircraft. In this, Siatum-221 and No.-9 Greece are mainly involved.
Apart from this, he is also giving OX-52 oil, PX-6 oil, and PX-11 gel to the army. Apart from this, he has also made oil and gel for the parts of automatic guns, which the army is using.