Aluminium Fabrication

IS: 1948-1961 IS: 1949-1961

: PRODUCTION CAPACITY S.No. Description Qty. Value ( Lakhs) 11.9 47.5


Stair case rails Doors Windows :

hand 1700 Mtr. 2500 Sq. m. March, 2011

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Mech. Division MSME Development Institute, SOLAN (HP)


Fabricators anodized these to desired colours and fabricate the items as per the customer’s requirements. shopping complexes. The use of aluminum in business and office complexes . Hindalco etc. hotels. railings. theatres . strength. The usual length of these sections is 12 ft. attractive appearance and easy maintenance make it a popular material for use in modern building. hand rails and supports. These sections are also available through their local dealers. buildings. grill works etc. there is good scope for aluminium fabrication units for meeting the growing demand of new building for offices. staircases. The many advantages of aluminum such as lightweight. (B) MARKET: The development and construction activities being interlinked. corridors etc. ladders. railings. ease in fabrication. Similarly in residential buildings also aluminum doors. Aluminum required for use in buildings are available from large scale manufacturers-such as Balco. These items have good appearance and finish and the maintenance expenses are almost nil while steel and wooden items require regular painting and polishing periodically. railings for verandas.(A) INTRODUCTION: Aluminum fabricated items like doors. etc. 24 meters. windows. as extruded sections in various shapes and sizes for specific uses. corrosion resistance. are being increasingly used in the modern constructions on considerations of durability and appearance. shelves. The consumption of these items is on the increase. theatres restaurants. In the present trend . Aluminium fabricated and anodized items like doors. Textile shops and other trading shops in lighter materials too are going in for shelves made of aluminum for tacking purposes. 2 . durability. have become that standard accepted feature in most modern buildings. business and shopping complexes theatres etc. Jindal.auditorium is very extensive for functional as well as decorative purposes. office premises and other luxurious building are fast replacing wooden materials with aluminium-fabricated items. windows. are used extensively. staircase. windows.

4.(C) BASIS AND PRESUMPTIONS: 8 hours shift working basis. Skilled worker @ Rs 170 /.per day.) (D) IMPLEMENTATIONS SCHEDULE: The envisaged time frame from conception of project to commercial production is about 8 month. Sl. (25 working days a month) Approx. : On Rental Basis @ Rs.per day 12 % 12 % Around 5 years at 80 % capacity utilisation. 3. 5 weeks 2 weeks 1 week 12 weeks 8 weeks . 7 to 8 Months Un-skilled worker @ Rs. No. 115 /. at 75 % efficiency capacity utilization.per month Efficiency & working hours considered Time period for achieving full/ envisaged capacity utilisation  Lobour Wages rate Interest rates for fixed capital Interest rates for working capital Payback period for the project Land & construction cost OR rental value per month (Approximate details. 2000/. Name of Activity Period Preparation of project report: (a) Calling Quotations (b) Scheme Preparation Filing Entrepreneur Memorandum Part-I Financial arrangement from financial institutions and others Purchase and procurement 3 2. 1.

Workmanship and high finish 4 . windows. of machinery and equipment Erection and electrification Recruitment of personnel 3 weeks 4 weeks Some activities shown above can be undertaken simultaneously in order to minimise the period of completion of the project. tower bolts. fabrication and dimensions of aluminium doors.Specification for Aluminium Windows for Industrial Buildings: deals with aluminium windows suitable for use in industrial buildings. Anodising process involves buffing. joining by screwing or riveting. These are again washed in water and dried in sun or by any other means. locks. windows and ventilators manufactured from extruded aluminium alloy sections of standard sizes and designs completed with fittings ready for fixing with buildings.Specification for aluminium doors. pickling. IS: 1948-1961:. Handles. neutralizing in chemical and keeping the extruded sections in anodizing tank for specified time. After anodizing the sections are to be fabricated as per design and sizes of customers by cutting. IS: 1949-1961:. (E) TECHNICAL ASPECTS (i) Manufacturing process: Manufacturing Process involves anodizing the aluminium-extruded sections first and then fabrication. stair case hand rails etc. assembling with glass/board and beading wherever necessary. bending. Aluminium doors. are made as per the customers’ specifications and requirements.5. 6. are also fitted as per requirements. stoppers etc. (ii) Quality specifications: Following relevant quality specifications to Aluminium fabrication work. in acid solution then cleaning in water. windows and ventilators: Specifies requirements regarding materials. windows and ventilators. This standard does not cover the requirements for industrial doors.

Care should be taken in joining and assembling to get better appearance and finish. Manual on Doors & Widows details for Residential Buildings.Rs.-I of CPWD (GoI) IS: 4571-1977:. The workers of the unit should be made aware of the need to conserve energy by switching off the energy sources when not required. m. The local pollution control board may be s\consulted for appropriate method of disposal of these solutions. 5 .are main criteria for these kind of products. m (covered ) .No. Vol. 1700 Mtr. (F)FINANCIAL ASPECTS (1) Fixed Capital Land and building: Rented shed 200 sq. (vi) Energy Conservation Energy conservation of this unit is on the low side since the lower powered motors are used in the production activity. 2500 Sq.9 47.Specification for Aluminium Extension Ladders for Fire Brigade use (iii) Production Capacity Per Annum S. 2000 per month rent. ValueLakh(Rs. This may lead to some pollution in the water source if the disposal of such residual solution is not done taking due precautions.) 11. Description a Stair case hand rails b Doors c Windows Qty.5 (iv) Motive Power required : 10 HP (v) Pollution Control : The anodizing process using acid solution may leave residual solution which has to be disposed of periodically.

2. Office furniture and equipment 9.5 HP motor 3.. with 0. Starter etc. Anodising Plant Complete with Rectifier 500 Amps. 30 Volts. Description Quantit y 1 1 2 1 Price (Rs. in Lakhs) 32000 17000 2500 9000 32000 17000 5000 9000 1. length and initial chemicals 6..) Amount (Rs. 8. Hand tools. Pre-operative expenses TOTAL 6 . Drilling Machine 12 mm cap. with0. Erection and installation charges 1 700000 700000 2 10000 - 20000 25000 50000 37500 895500 15000 910500 10. Double ended Bench Grinder 200 mm dia.(2) Machinery and Equipments S No. Portable Electric Drill 4. Buffing Machines with 2HP motors 7.75 HP Motor 5. work benches etc. Completed with necessary tanks of 14 ft. Heavy duty cut off machine with 2 HP motor.

Rubber Beadings. Description Aluminium Extruded Sections such asBook Type Hand Rail 100 mm size 25 mm Sq. Pipe Flat 50 mm X 1. 1260 Mtrs 173 Sq. 11.II) WORKING CAPITAL: i)Personnel (Salaries & Wages PM): S No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Designation Supervisor Skilled worker Semi-Skilled worker Unskilled worker (Helper) Accountant/Clerk Sweeper Nos. 360 Mtrs 360 Mtrs 18 Mtrs. 10. 8. Mtrs LS LS Total 325800 . items such as hinges. Screws. No.5 mm Thick 112 mmX50 mm Section 63 mm X 38 mm section 50 mm X 25 mm Section Handle Section for Doors Clips Glass Sheet/ Board 3mm/4. (Rs. 2. Tower Bolts. Wooden/Plastic Plugs 7 Qty. 7. 5. 02 02 03 03 Part time Part Time Salary/Wage (p. 4. 1.5 mm Chemical for Anodising Misc. 9. Locks. 3.) Total Raw Materials & Direct Consumables (per month):S.m.) 8000/5000/4000/3500/Total Amt.) 16000 10000 12000 10500 2000 500 51000 5000 56000 Amount Rs. 6. Units 144 Meters 900 Meters 144 Mtrs 100 Mtrs. 30000 40000 11000 18000 40000 14000 2800 25000 80000 15000 50000 2000/500/Sum Benefits @ 10 % of salaries (Approx.

Repairs & Maintenance expenses 500 6. Rent for premises 2000 2.) 4/LS Total Amt.205 : Rs.420 21.56+ 3. (H) FINANCIAL ANALYSIS: 1. (Rs.14 Lakh vi) Working Capital Requirement for 3 months (III) TOTAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: i) ii) Fixed capital Working capital : Total :. Transportation & Cartage expenses 2000 7.785 12. (Rs. in 8 . Postage & stationery 800 3. Misc. industrial or fire brigade use.42 Lakh (G) Machinery Utilisation: In case of spare capacity. Advertisement. 1000 Total 10000 v) Total Recurring Expenses (per month)= 0. 8. the same set up can be used for fabrication of Aluminium Ladders for domestic.) 1.Rs.ii) S No 1. Insurance 700 9.22+ 0.0 KWH Rate (Rs.10 = Rs. Cost of production (per year) S No Description Rate % Amt. Publicity & Travelling & Sales expenses 2000 8. (Rs.) 21600 400 22000 iv) Other Contingent Expenses (Per Month) :S No Description Amt. Consumable etc. 3. 4. 12. Utilities (Per Month):Description Power Water Qty.26+ 0. 2. Telephone expenses 500 4. 500 5.

LS Rate Rs.00 = 6. 4.2-H. Net Profit Ratio :Net Profit Per Year x100 = 6 = 10. on Office Furniture & Eqpt.00 2. Stare Case Hand Rails 2. Net Profit per year (H.93 54.54. Break-even Analysis (% age of total production envisaged): 9 . on Tooling & Accessories and Hand Tools Dep. Rate of Return:Net Profit Per Year x100 = 6.00 Lakh (before Income Tax) 4.1.060 0.4 . 2.205 6. Doors.5 1.700 1.520 0. Total Recurring Cost Depreciation on production equipment (including electrification) Dep.0 60.100 2. Interest on Fixed investment & Working Capital @ 10 % @ 25 % @ 20 % @ 12 % Total Say= Lakhs) 49.00 % Turn-over per year 60 5. Windows & Partitions 3.No .0 1. Sale of Scrap TOTAL Say = 700 1900 3.550 53.4 60. 2500 Sq m. Turn-over /Sale (per annum) By sale of aluminium fabricated items such as:S. 3.1) = 60.9 47. Amount (Rs. Item Qty Unit 1700 Mtr.00 = 28 % (On 100 % Capacity utilization) Total Investment 21. in Lakhs) 11.

350 8. 6.E.P):Fixed Cost X 100 = 57. No. in Lakhs) 1.Rs.840 2.Es.680 2.5 % Fixed Cost +Profit 10 .108 Lakh a) Depreciations (all types) : b) Interest on investments : c) Insurance : d) 40 % of salaries & wages : e) 40 % of O. H.(i) Fixed Cost : (Rs. less insurance & rent: Total:- (ii) Net Profit per year (as at S. 688 0.00 Lakh Break-even Point (B.550 0.3):.

201 010 600006. Matagally. Church Gate Reclamation. Bangalore.B. Road.Singh Road.570016. 5. Chennai Ghaziabad. Bhandup. 1/IC.400078. 1972 Cochin . 7. Post Box No.700016. D-404.421 204 (J) Addresses of Raw Material Suppliers: 1. Road. M/s. Equipments. M/s. M/s. 7th Mile Stone. M/s. M/s.. Phase-2. Bhoruka Aluminium Ltd. Maharashtra . M/s. Jindal Aluminium Company Ltd. Kolkata . Hindustan Aluminium Corpn. 11 . 3. M/s Beena Equipments B-2. Eranakulam. 1. Lake Road.Mumbai23 3. M. Tumkur Road. Ltd. T. Kolkata . 2.Council Street. Thane. 64-S. 5. 159. Mumbai .Neelpadmkunj. 4. Uttar Pradesh. Post Box No. Company. Eranakulam . Continental Plaza. S. M/s. M/s. Industry House. Premier Metals and Engg. Fort..400020. Opposite D26. India Machine Tools Company. K.700001. R. M/s Engineering Tools & Pulikwal Buildings. Hind Rectifier Ltd. Mysore . Abdul Halim Lane. 7 . Archem Industries 4. D. Vaishali 705. C M F Engineering 6.. Aluminium Corporation of India Ltd. MIDC. M/s Alfinstro 3-A. Road. Mumbai . M/s.670002.(I) Addresses of Machinery & Equipment Suppliers: 2.G. 1781. Kalyan.682018. Annasalai. Patil Compound.

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