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YEDLA SATYANARAYANA Gondu street, Narasannapeta Srikakulam Dist.
CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INTRODUCTION BASIS & PRESUMPTIONS PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE BLOW MOULDING PROCESS LOCATION OF UNIT UNIT NAME & BRAND NAME FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FINANCIAL ASPECTS BREAK EVEN ANALYSIS REPAYMENT SCHEDULE MACHINERY SUPPLIERS MACHINE DETAILS BLOW MOULDING MACHINE SCRAP GRINDER HIGH SPEED MIXER QUALITY CHECKING TESTS OTHER BLOW MOULDING CONTAINERS MOULDS TROUBLE SHOOTING ANNEXURE -22-23-24-25-27-32-33-36-14-19-20-21-1-3-5-8-9-12-12- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 5 6 NAME OF THE UNIT TYPE OF PROJECT SECTOR CONSTITUTION LINE OF ACTIVITY PRODUCTION CAPACITY SRI SAI LAKSHMI PLASTICS CHEMICAL & PLASTIC PROCESSING MICRO PROPRIETORSHIP MANUFACTURE OF VERMICOMPOST 200 TPA (TONNES PER ANNUM) 4 .
7 % 5 . 9 10 11 12 13 14 TOTAL PROJECT COST COST OF PRODUCTION (PER ANNUM) SALES REVENUE (PER ANNUM) NET PROFIT RATIO RATE OF RETURN ON INVESTMENT BREAK EVEN POINT Rs.8 % 19.00. Srikakulam.395 25. Srikakulam Dist. 15. 8 LOCATION OF THE UNIT Pin: NH 5.7 NAME & ADDRESS OF ENTREPRENEUR SATYANARAYANA Vill.000 Rs. NarasannapetaMandal.79.4 % 52. 2. 97.480 Rs. Near Pydithalli Temple .
LDPE. Blow moulded plastic containers are finding great demand in modern era. Rib Jars. Jerry Cans & Carboys. Upper Handle bottles. Dropper bottles. The plastic blow moulded containers are made from HDPE. the need of packaging.INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Plastic containers are replacing conventional metal containers and glass containers because of their comparatively better properties and ease of handling and transportation. Square Jars. PP etc. HMHDPE. wide mouth drums. These products includes Pet bottles. many types of packaging containers are manufactured with accurate tolerance and fine quality. Small size plastic containers are used for packing of drugs. Round Jars. Narrow mouth drums. food items etc. They are of different types and designs that are manufactured to cater 6 . insecticides. With latest trends in Blow Moulding technology and advanced machinery and National and International standards moulds and dyes. Barrels. Open top drums. pharmaceuticals. Thin walled food packaging containers etc.
I am planning to manufacture only Jerry Cans of 1 Lt. in which we are ready to share information to make the customer or end user comfortable about on their products goes through with multiple tests to pass all of them and use certified virgin raw material only to give you the complete packing 7 . 2 ½ Lt. High Molecular High Density Polyethylene is of food grade (certified) and compatible with food chemicals. Price: Believing in right & fair price policy. 2 Lt.e. Though there are lot of products can be manufactured by blow moulding technology. petroleum products. Compact designs. Safe to use etc. Standard Designs: it includes wide range of latest & standard designs in packaging products to provide the client or end user with latest innovative designs and products with ease in handling to provide with complete bulK packing solutions. 5 Lt. purchasing decisions. hazardous chemicals. Compatibility : The material used in production i. 10 Lit and 20 Liters filling capacity. I would like to maintain the following in order to fulfill the needs of our clients and consumers and I hope I can capture good market. Strong and Sturdy construction. Safety : The solution. Strong and Sturdy: The products are made out of special grade High Molecular .High Density Polyethylene (HMHDPE) or High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) with excellent strength to withstand all transit hazards in any conditions. Packaging Standards: The products are also confirms national and international packaging standards and are listed with IIP (Indian Institute Of Packaging) to provide you UN Certification and other testing requirements.With high quality raw materials procurement. I am planning to set up this unit with assurance of that this is a profit oriented trade. Compatibility. Initially. Resins etc. As there is very good demand for plastic containers of various sizes and shapes. blow moulded articles and containers are manufactured with superior quality associated with convenient shapes and sizes.
Initially. 10.5 tons (140 Kg per Day) of raw material i. 8 . 2 ½. 5. many types of plastic articles and household items can be manufactured.e HDPE Granules is processed to manufacture Jerry Cans of different shapes and sizes. Jerry Cans of 1. 20 Liter Capacity would be manufactured in the proposed unit. Though the unit is run with Blow moulding technology. But. It is decided to manufacture 3. The Installed Capacity of the unit is 200 Kg per shift. The time period for achieving full/ envisaged capacity utilization is three years.BASIS & PRESUMPTIONS The Production is considered on single shift basis and the working days in a month are 25 and that of per annum is 300. 2.
are the prices collected at the time preparation of project report and may vary depending upon location. Raw materials. 20 % of 2 ½ Liter. 5 Liter Jerry Can is 200 Grams. The salaries and wages for staff and labour have been taken into consideration as per the Minimum Wages Act. The cost of each sticker is sack is 50 paisa with roto gravure printing. selling price of finished products etc. With the subsidy its viability will be much better.e TOUGH PLAST. These stickers are from third party. 15 % of 5 Liter. The cost of plant and machinery. 20 % of 20 Liter. 2 Liter Jerry Can is 90 Grams and 1 Liter capacity Jerry can is 50 Grams. Economics have been worked out with out the subsidy (35% on Total Capital Investment under PMEGP Scheme) component. Out of total production. market and other various reasons. 9 . multicolour stickers are pasted on the can. 10 % of 1 Liter capacity Jerry cans are manufactured. This rate may vary depending upon the policy of the financial institutions/agencies from time to time. For this. The weight of 20 Liter Jerry Can is 1000 Grams and that of 10 liter Jerry Can is 500 Grams. Wastage in the Raw materials and process losses has been considered at a rate of 2 %. 2 ½ Liter Jerry Can is 110 Grams. Interest on term loan has been taken at the rate of 12% on an average. The final products are marketed with a brand name i. manufacturers. 20 % of 2 Liter. 15 % of 10 liter.
b) To co-ordinate with the work of ISO/TC 122 (Plastic Packaging only) so far as it concerns its own scope of work. STANDARDS Sl No. up to and including 250 2 3 10 . c) To co-ordinate with the work of ISO/TC 61 'Plastics' so far as it concerns its own scope of work. semi-rigid and flexible plastic containers. closures and their methods of test. IS 7408(Part 1/Sec 0):2000 IS 7408(Part 2/Sec 0):2000 IS 7408(Part 3/Sec 0):2000 Title Blow moulded polyolefin containers Part 1 Up to 5 litres capacity (second revision) Blow moulded polyolefin containers Part 2 Over 5 litres up to and including 60 litres capacity (first revision) Blow moulded polyolefin containers Part 3 Closed head containers over 60 litres.BIS SPECIFICATIONS SCOPE a) Formulation of Indian Standards on rigid. 1 IS No.
3. In this heated section the granules melt and become a liquid and the liquid is fed into a mould. 11 . 4. IS No. The plastic is fed in granular form into a 'hopper' that stores it.Sl No. A large thread is turned by a motor which feeds the granules through a heated section. The steps in the formation of any container (the die is changed for each product and specific design) are… 1. giving the shape of the bottle.Specification PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE Blow moulding follows the same stages of manufacture as injection moulding. 4 5 6 IS 8747:1977 IS 10840:1994 IS 15473(Part 0/Sec 0):2004 Title litres capacity (first revision) Methods of tests for environmental stress-crack resistance of Blow moulded polyethylene containers Blow moulded HDPE containers for packing of vanaspati (second revision) Blow moulded HDPE containers for packaging of edible oil . 5. Air is forced into the mould which forces the plastic to the sides. 2. HDPE (high density polyethylene) is ideal for this type of manufacturing technology. The mould is then cooled and is removed.
STEPS INVOLVING IN BLOW MOULDING PROCESS 12 .
I can avail subsidy of 35% on total project cost.LOCATION OF UNIT I am planning to start the unit besides NH 5 Nearer to Narasannapeta town of narasannapeta Mandal of our District. The proposed location is quiet besides the Golden Quadrilateral National Highway (NH-5) and is very accessible to all modes of transport facilities. As Narasannapeta is one of the trading points in the district. Concerning with Government friendly decisions towards entrepreneurship development. PROPOSED NAME OF UNIT & BRAND NAME I would like to name the production unit as BRAND NAME 15 . under Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP). many transport operators are running franchisees here. It allows us easy transportation of Raw Material as well finished goods. By starting this unit at this location. there are so many concessions and subsidies are offered particularly to SSI sector.
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 16 .
65.000 20.99.000/20. FIXED CAPITAL 1.79.000 9.000 20.000 20.95. 11.50.000 1.000 40. viii & ix TOTAL : NA AMOUNT IN RS.000 1.95.FINANCIAL ASPECTS A.20.79. Building (1600 Sft work area is Leased with deposit) 2.000 2 2 Say Rs.65.000 50.000 15.000 50.000 2.000 20.000 39.00.NO i ii iii iv v vi vii viii ix x DESCRIPTION Blow moulding Machine 4 ½ ‘’ Blow moulding Machine 2 ½ ‘’ Scrap Grinder High speed Mixer Air Compressor Set of moulds Mould Lifting Equipment (pulley) Testing Equipments Platform type Weighing Machine Bore well and piping NOS 01 01 01 01 01 05 01 -01 -RATE(RS.900 24.000/- 17 .000 -SUB TOTAL VAT @ 4 % Packing & Forwarding Charges @ 2 % Commissioning @ erection charges @ 3 % except item no vi.800 19.000 20.000 2.300 10. Furniture & Office equipment TOTAL FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT Machinery & Equipment Furniture & Office equipment TOTAL 10.95.) 3.000 20.000 40.000/- : Rs. 3.000/10.50. MACHIERY & IMPLEMENTS S.000 -15.000 3.
250 2.) 3.600 4.450 12. Office Staff i ii Manager Accountant cum Store Keeper Technical Staff iii iv v vi Supervisor cum lab attendant (Highly Skilled) Machine operator (Skilled) Semi Skilled Worker Watchman (unskilled) TOTAL 01 03 04 01 11 7.75 AMOUNT (in RS.NO.000 01 01 6.16.85.000 13.730 (25X0. 3.200 50.600 4.NO. UTILITIES SL.500 PARTICULARS NOS SALARY (in Rs.) AMOUNT(in Rs.57 MT 25. i DESCRIPTION Electricity UNITS 3.800 3.03.800 3.000 4.200 7.990 SL. i ii Material HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) Granules Multi Colour sticker papers with Roto gravure printing Quantity 3.200 3. i MACHINE Blow moulding Machine 4 ½ ‘’ ANNEXURE POWER LOAD 15 HP 18 .500 6.B.NO .) 3. WORKING CAPITAL PER MONTH 1.500 15.600 Unit Rate Rs.000/MT 50 Paisa /Sticker TOTAL Amount (in Rs. RAW MATERIALS & CONSUMABLES No.746X8X25) TOTAL 13.) 13.500 3.990 RATE/UNIT Rs. SALARY & WAGES SL.
000 TOTAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT TOTAL FIXED CAPITAL TOTAL OPERATIONAL COST TOTAL MEANS OF FINANCE I MY CONTRIBUTION (@ 5 % On Capital Investment as per II III PMEGP guidelines) LOAN FROM BANK LOAN FROM BANK TOTAL COST OF PRODUCTION (per annum) Rs.Blow moulding Machine 2 ½ ‘’ 7.000 2.500 1.500 2. OTHER EXPENSES SL. 10. 15.00.00.00.000/13.000 TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL 1 2 3 4 Raw Materials & Consumables Labour Costs Utility Charges Other Expenses TOTAL 3.000 Rs.000 Rs.000 Rs.4.5 HP Scrap Grinder 5 HP Dry Colour Mixer 5 HP Air Compressor 1 HP Pumpset Motor 1 HP TOTAL 34. 4.5 HP As the machines run intermittent.000/3. 75.000 2.000 Rs.500 2.00. i i ii iii iv v DESCRIPTION Rent for Bulding Repair & Maintenance Stores Consumables Insurance Telephone Charges Miscellaneous expenses TOTAL AMOUNT (in RS. 11. 5. fans etc is ii iii iv v vi 25 HP 4.250/50.25.000 19 .16.NO.500 16.240/- Say Rs. 4.00.990/16. the connect load of all the machinery and the other lighting.00.96.) 5.000 Rs.000 Rs.
84. 176 Per Dozen 126.96.36.199.19.976 PROFIT RATIO Net Profit per year Net Profit Ratio = -------------------------. 11.000 99.X 100 Annual Sales Revenue 20 .200 Rs.996 Dozens of 1 Liter Jerry Can @ Rs.38.404 Rs. NO 1 3 3 4 PARTICULARS Total Working Capital Cost Depreciation @ 10% on Machinery & Equipment Depreciation @ 15% on Furniture & office equipment Interest on Total Investment @ 12 % TOTAL AMOUNT IN RS.476 PROFITABILITY ESTIMATES A.744 Rs.400 Nos of 20 Liter Jerry Can @ Rs.11.248 Rs.01.200 Rs.84.680 Rs.59. 80 Per Dozen 7.600 Nos of 10 Liter Jerry Can @ Rs. Net Profit before Tax (A-B) : : : Rs. 8. 67 Per each piece 8. 55.500 Rs.476 Rs.17.00. 11.80. 48. 11. 8.000 50.000 1. 5. Sales revenue per Annum B. 144 Per Dozen 6.628 Dozens of 5 Liter Jerry Can @ Rs. 133 Per each piece TOTAL Less Marketing Expenses @ 2 % NET TURNOVER Rs. 50. 4.928 Rs. 319 Per Dozen 12.500 SALES REALISATION (per Annum) SALE OF… 6. Cost of production per Annum C. 54.SL.332 Rs.44.348 Dozens of 2 ½ Liter Jerry Can @ Rs. 1. 54.776 Dozens of 2 Liter Jerry Can @ Rs.82.500 3.
800 21 .3 % RATE OF RETURN ON INVESTMENT Net Profit per year Rate of return on Investment = -------------------------.476 = 7.X 100 54.152 52.01.40.X 100 Total Capital investment 4.84.976 = --------------.4.500 3.000 99.80.) Rent on Building Depreciation @10% on Machinery & Equipment Depreciation @ 15% on Furniture & office equipment investment @ 12% Interest on 40% of Salary & Wages 40% of Utility expenses 40% of Other expenses except Rent 60.00.000 1.01.7 % BREAK EVEN ANALYSIS FIXED COST (In Rs.000 67.976 = -------------.000 = 26.X 100 15.000 2.
500 2.17.500 1.500 6.350 49.600 18.500 1.452 Fixed Cost B.01.02.02.750 24.02.500 00.P.000 1.12.20.000 7.38. = -------------------------.15.E.10.× 100 7.850 92.12.05.02.500 1.050 36.02.500 4.02.500 8.976 = 63.650 43.02.250 O.22.E.02.000 5.500 1.250 67.25.500 1.150 3.000 3.500 8.07.22.07.500 2.000 9.500 TOTAL 1.× 100 Fixed Cost + Profit 7.05. = --------------------------.6 % REPAYMENT SCHEDULE WITH INTEREST @ 12% ON TERM LOAN PERIOD IN MONTHS 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 10.500 4.500 1.000 61.500 1.10.16.000 3.02.P.02.02.300 6.250 22 .B INTEREST 1.500 1.38.500 1.02.000 1.900 30.17.02.B INSTALLMENT C.02.050 18.450 12.000 7.452 + 4.500 9.452 B.20.200 43.000 5.02.450 3.15.TOTAL 7.500 55.500 6.
Road No.B : Opening Balance C. Gujarat State. Banjara Hills. Kansawala Estate. # 105. Tel : 91-40-3357097 3) M/S SURESH ENGINEERING WORKS. 7. No. Rakhial..Chakudia Mahadev. 2527872 4) M/S DELTA MACHINE-CRAFT. 13. 2) M/S SOVITA EXPORTS PVT. Opp. Hyderabad – 500034.. Tel: 079-22745089..B : Closing Balance MACHINERY SUPPLIERS 1) M/S SHREE AMBICA PLASTIC MACINERY MFRS.O.380 023. South Tukoganj. Flora Apts. 23 .P) Phone : (0731) 2529155.14-B. 3. INDORE-452 001 (M. LTD. kalyan Vishranti Grah. Ahmedabad .
accumulator type. Tel : 28822243/28821708/28821632 MACHINE DETAILES BLOW MOULDING MACHINE FEATURES • • • Fully standarised machine of very compact design.3rd Mamletdar Wadi. Mumbai-400 064. Heavy duty extrusion unit fitted with nitrided screw and barrel Vertical head. robust construction with streamlined flow 24 . Malad (W).
to avoid damage to machine and mould. Direct hydraulic screw drive is available optional. large toys like horse. Chamber is machined from thick M. SCRAP GRINDER FEATURES • • Rugged construction. direct hydraulic clamping unit is provided with cushioned mould closing and opening features.S blocks to withstand heavy grinding loads. water pots. • • 25 . wheels. This results in low installed power and power consumption. Standard machine available upto 100 litres size. etc. Rotor is specially designed for large intake and efficient cutting of scrap feed. Blades are hardened and toughened. Heavy duty gauge sheet metal hopper and outlet chute. Accurate parison programming unit is provided to obtain parison of adjustable profile. Rapid. Adequate system and operational safety is provided. jerry cans. extra. Automatically operating safety gate is fitted.• • • • • • • • channels. Very low power consumption even on full load results in lower operating costs. Blades on the rotor are easily changeable and the blade-nip can be varied by its adjustment device. Most widely used machine for moulding plastic drums. elephant. baby-cycle seats. retains form even after long use. tanks. 200 litres machine is available on request for J ring and L ring drums. Available with conventional contractor-timer panel or microprocessor panel at option. Balanced rotor ensures smooth operation and long bearing life. hippo. carbuoys.
1050 275 1260 375 1400 600 X 1550 700 Heavy duty febricated construction easy discharging arrangement easy to operate easy to maintain. For Colour Mixing and Pre Heating all type of Plastic material. continous operation now maintenance.5 kw 11 kw 15 kw DIMENSION OF M/C in mts (L X W X H ) 1 x .5 x 1. height of machine mm 1000 1200 1350 1500 Approx.5 x 1 x 1.5 10 Approx.5 x 1 1 x . packing size mm 650 X 650 X 700 X 700 X 850 X 850 X 1550 X 900 Approx packed weight HIGH SPEED MIXER kgs. floor space mm 550 X 525 600 X 600 750 X 700 1500 X 900 Approx.5 1.SPECIFICATIONS:MODEL Blade Size No.nett weight of machine kgs. 150 200 300 500 Approx.of blades Rotating x mm GR-8 200 2X4 GR-10 260 2X4 GR-12 300 4X4 GR-15 380 4X4 stationary Out-put kgs/hr 35 75 90 100 Electric motor HP 2 5 7. Output kg/hr. 25 kg 40 kg 60 kg MAIN DRIVE 7.5 26 .
QUALITY CHECKING TESTS 1. Third time. hydraulic gauge pressure of 1. Full Open Top Drum filled with their capacity of sand and closed with plastic lid provided with rubber gasket and lid was reinforced by metallic lever type ring closer./Cm2 was applied inside the drum for a period of 5 minutes. filled drum was kept upside down on the floor for one hour. HYDRAULIC PRESSURE TEST For testing purpose. 4.P. filled drums were stacked one above the other (1+2 drums) for a period of 24 hours and one lot for 30 days. 27 . Fourth time. First time.1 Kg. DROP TEST For testing purpose. drum is dropped flat on body wall. (auto seal) Plastic Cap. 2. CLOSURE LEAKAGE TEST For testing purpose. Second time. drum is dropped diagonally on bottom corner. each drum was filled with their capacity of water and closed by Plastic Plug (Insert) and further with P. drum is dropped diagonally on top. drum is dropped on bottom. STACK LOAD TEST For testing purpose. 3.
OTHER BLOW MOULDED CONTAINERS 28 .
WIDE MOUTH JAR NARROW MOUTH JAR NARROW MOUTH JERRY CANS 29 .
JERRY CANS SQUARE CONTAINERS 30 .
ROUND CONTAINERS OPEN TOP CONTAINERS 31 .
WIDE MOUTH CONTAINER 32 .
CHEMICAL CONTAINERS SPECIAL PRODUCTS 33 .
ACCESSORIES MOULDS 34 .
10 LITERS FLEET JERRY CAN MOULD Size: 272 x 345 x 435 (H x W x L) 5 LITERS OVAL JERRY CAN MOULD Size: 320 x 362 x 375 (H x W x L) TROUBLE SHOOTING IN BLOW MOULDING 35 .
1 PROBLEM Streaking CAUSE a) Contamination in die head b) Degraded material on tooling c) Cold spot in tooling or die head a) Insufficient venting b)Material temperature too low c) Air pressure too low or rate of air flow too slow d) Air leakage around blow pin SUGGESTED REMEDY a) Clean die head b) Clean tooling c) Raise temperature & check heating bands 2 Rough surface finish a) Add venting by either sandblasting the mould surface adding channels on the mould faces or venting the interior of the mould b) Check fuses. heating bands and thermocouples. and check fit of mandrel in forming pin c) Check alignment of mould with parison d) Tighten forming pin and 3 Parison not being blown a) Blow timer defective b) Clogged blow lines c) Pinch-offs too sharp d) Clamp not cushioning e) Cut parison 4 Air bubbles in parts a) Insufficient back pressure b) Air leaking into head c) Nozzle valve not seated properly 5 Varying parison wall thickness a) Parison not dropping straight b) Loose mandrel c) Parison not centred with mould d) Loose forming pin 36 .SL. NO. Raise heat inputs c) Check air pressure and air lines for foreign material d)Increase blow pin diameter a) Replace blow timer b) Clean blow lines c) Stone pinch-offs to create more pinch area d) Reset cushion e) Clean tooling a) Clean back pressure valve and reset b) Check fit of mandrel in forming pin c) Check seat of spool to prevent air from being drawn in by movement of spool a) Adjust centre bushing b) Tighten mandrel on mandrel stud.
etc. check for large undercut a) Remachine tooling b) Raise bushing temperature a) Reduce melt temperature b) Reduce air pressure c) Reset clamp or increase clamp pressure d) Increase recess at pinch-off areas to accommodate more material a) Check extruder rate b) Increase melt temperature c) Increase cooling cycle d) Review and alter mould design if necessary 7 Inadequate stripping of moulded parts 8 Parison curling 9 Flashing 10 Warped or deformed parts 11 Excessive shrinkage a) Reduce mould temperature b) Decrease melt temperature c) Increase blowing air cycle and / or blowing air pressure 37 . inappropriate a) Mould temperature too high b) Melt temperature too high c) Blowing air conditions inadequate check O. threads. undercuts.6 Poor colour dispersion a) Insufficient number of straining rings on screw b) Poor blending of material c) Back pressure too low d) Clogged screen pack a) Stripper stroke not long enough b) Insufficient air pressure c) Parts sticking in mould a) Mandrel and bushing not flush b) Bushing too cold a) Melt too hot b) Blowing air pressure too high c) Clamping mechanism out of adjustment d) Excessive material being forced into mould a) Slow parison extrusion b) Melt temperature too low c) Parts ejected too hot d) Design of ribs.D a) Remove screw and clean straining b) Check ratio of coloured resin to natural resin c) Raise back pressure to improve mixing by screw d) Change screens a) Adjust knockout stroke for longer movement b) Check air pressure and lines c) Lengthen exhaust time.
4. Minimum Wages and VDA payable from 01-04-2010 to 30-09-2011 38 .12 Parts blow-out a) Blow-up ratio too large b) Mould separation c) Pinch-off too sharp d) Pinch-off too hot. 13 Parison tail sticking to parts a) Parison too long ANNEXURE Wages Linked at 487 CPI points CPI points notified as on 01-04-2010 = 763 points VDA to be paid from 01-04-2010 to 30-09-2010 = 763 .487 = 276 points Per point rate of VDA notified in the notification = Shown against each category at Col. no weld e) Parts blow too fast a) Use large die b) Increase clamp pressure or decrease blow pressure c) Provide wider land in pinchoff d) Cool Mould pinch off e) Use low-pressure blow followed by high-pressure blow a) Shorten parison length or increase pinch-off land area to cool compressed tail.No.
75 4.00 2854.00 2854.ap.00 Total wage 6 6963.00 3715.jsp 39 .No.00 8.75 5.50 5.00 Source: http://labour.00 4084. 1 1 2 3 4 5 I) ii) iii) Name of the Category 2 Highly Skilled Skilled Semi-skilled Unskilled Office Staff Manager Steno/Accountant Clerk/Typist/Cashier Basic Wage 3 4479.00 VDA for 276 points 4 9.00 1587.00 5 2484.00 2404.00 3128.00 1587.00 2635.00 4237.00 4441.25 2346.00 4441.00 5.00 2024.gov.75 4.in/mingos.00 1311.00 1449.Sl.00 6583.00 1104.