Angad Hal Potato Crop Mechanisation Solutions

SAS Motors Limited has a wide range of mechanisation solutions for Potato cultivation being practised in India

Potato is a root vegetable, a starchy tuber of the plant Solanum tuberosum. It is the fourth most consumed crop in the world, behind rice, wheat and corn.

The potato can be grown almost on any type of soil except saline and alkaline soils. Loamy and sandy loam soils, rich in organic matter with good drainage and aeration are most suitable for cultivation of potato crop. The soil with pH range of 5.2-6.4 is considered to be ideal.

We have a developed a range of implements and attachments suitable for potato growing farmers which can be used with various models of Angad Diesel Hal/Angad Power Hals.

Potato growing farmers can get in touch with us to get a customised solution for their potato farms.

Field Operations

Brief Description

Suitable Angad Hal attachment available for field operation

Field Preparation

Churning of Soil and Mixing the Nutrients

Angad Rotavator & Reversible Mb Plough And Leveller

Digging of Furrow

To Create Furrow to Plant the Potato Plantlets

Angad Ridged


To Spray Various Micro/Macro Nutrients, Pesticides, Insecticides or Weedicides

Angad Spray Pump


To Dig Out the Potatoes from the Soil

Angad Potato Digger







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Angad Diesel Hal/Angad Petrol Hal/Angad Power Hal

Self-propelled agriculture farm mechanisation solutions consists of a box section chassis, 6- 8 HP (horsepower) Petrol/Diesel engine, transmission system, drive wheels, tool mounting bar of 70 x 70 mm size.

The engine, gearbox and tool mounting bar are fixed to main chassis. The engine is mounted on front side of the chassis on proper foundation. The gearbox with transmission system is mounted in the middle of chassis. Two steel lugged drive wheels of 500 mm diameter and 110 mm width are mounted on both ends of hexagonal shaft connected to transmission box.

The wheel tread (spacing between two wheels) can be adjusted from 400 to 650 mm to suit the row-to-row spacing of different crops.