Union Minister inspects No. 24 Heavy Industry (Dagon) and staff house (Dagon)

Union Minister U Khin Maung Cho inspects the LNG/LPG/CNG/Biogas and diesel multi fuel engines at No. 23 Heavy Industry (Dagon) yesterday. Photo : MNA
Union Minister U Khin Maung Cho inspects the LNG/LPG/CNG/Biogas and diesel multi fuel engines at No. 23 Heavy Industry (Dagon) yesterday. Photo : MNA

Union Minister for Industry U Khin Maung Cho went to No. 23 Heavy Industry (Dagon) yesterday morning and inspected the test drive of 220 KW and 140 KW Silent Type Gen Sets driven by converted LNG/LPG/CNG/Biogas and diesel multi fuel engines. The LNG/LPG/CNG/Biogas and diesel multi fuel engines were successfully converted in a Singapore test lab by Myanmar technicians with foreign work experience.
The Union Minister said that from the success of this experiment, marketable high quality and safe gas engine of world class could be converted and used as generator, ship and locomotive engines that support a clean natural environment. Multiplier courses are to be conducted so that the technology could be used in producing market grade engines while research and innovation are to be conducted consistently. Such stages are to be conducted under PPP (Private Public Partnership) system said the Union Minister.
Next the Union Minister inspected the transformers, vertical drill machines, bench drill machines, cutting machines, milling machines, lathe machines and press machines produced from No. 23 Heavy Industry (Nyaung Chay Htauk) and remarked on distributing it into the market so that the public can purchase it
easily.
Afterwards the Union Minister inspected Ministry of Industry staff houses in Bahan.—MNA (Translated by Zaw Min)

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