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By Eiri Board Rs. 1900/- US$ 200/- Post/Courier Exp. Rs. 130/Classification System for Proeutectoid Ferritic Microstructures Cooling Rate Induced Changes in Ferrite Classification Systems for Ferritic Microstructures Polygonal or Equiaxed Ferrite Bainitic or Acicular Ferrite Granular Ferrite or Granular Bainitic Ferrite IMPORTANCE OF AUSTENITE IN STEEL Austenite Grain Size and Measurement Austenite Formation Time Temperature Austenitizing Diagrams Austenite Grain Size in Aluminium Killed Steels Austenite Grain Size Control in Microalloyed Steels PROCESSING EFFECTS ON STEEL Types and Origins Inclusion Identification and Characterization Effect of inclusions on Mechanical Properties Solidification Chemical Changes Solidification Dendrites and Inter dendritic Segregation Hot Work and its Effect on Solidification Structure Banded Microstructures The Effect of Banding on Mechanical Properties ISOTHERMAL TRANSFORMATION DIAGRAMS CONTINUOUS COOLING TRANSFORMATION DIAGRAMS Continuous Cooling Transformation and Bar Diameter FERRITIC MICRO STRUCTURES The Ductile to Brittle Transition Continuous and Discontinuous Yielding of Ferritic Microstructures Aging Phenomena in Ferritic Micro structures Grain Size Effects on Strength and Fracture of Ferritic Microstructures Dispersion Strengthening of Ferritic Microstructures Solid Solution Strengthening of Ferritic Microstructures LOW CARBON STEELS Low Carbon Steel Low Carbon Steel Processing Processing of Cold Rolled and Annealed Sheet Steels for High Formability Interstitial Free (IF) Steels HEAT TREATMENTS Annealing Normalizing Spheroidizing MEDIUM CARBON STEELS Processing Micro aloying Considerations Mechanical Properties of Micro alloyed Forging Steels Microstructures HIGH CARBON STEELS Rail Steels Structure and Performance Patenting: Pearlite Formation for High Strength Wire Wire Drawing Deformation of Pearlite for Steel Wire Fracture Mechanisms of Patented and Drawn Steel Wire HARNESS AND HARDENABILITY Martensite Strength Definitions of Hardenability Hardness Distribution Factors Affecting Cooling Rates Severity of Quench Quantitative Hardenability Determination of Ideal Size Jominy Test for Hardenability TEMPERING OF STEEL Mechanical Property Changes Alloying Elements and Tempering Structural Changes on Tempering Matrix Changes during Tempering Oxide Colours on Tempered Steels TEMPERED CARBON STEELS Dynamic Strain Aging in Martensite Mechanical behaviour of Low Temperature Tempered Martensite TOUGHNESS AND EMBRITTLEMENT Effects of Primary processing on Toughness Hot Shortness Associated with Copper Overheating during Heating for Forging Aluminium Nitride Embrittlement Quench Embrittlement Tempered Martensite Embrittlement RESIDUAL STRESSES, DISTORTION, AND HEAT TREATMENT Origins of Residual Stresses Evaluation and Preduction of Residual Stresses and Distortion SURFACE HARDENING Flame Hardening Induction Heating Carburizing Processing Principles Carburizing properties and Structure Carburizing Fatigue and Fatigue and Fracture STAINLESS STEELS Alloy Design and Phase Equilibria Austentic Stainless Steels Other Phases in Austenitic Stainless Steels Other Austenitic Stainless Steels Ferritic Stainless Steels Embrittlement in Ferritic Stainless Steels Martensitic Stainless Steels TOOL STEELS Tool Steel Alloy Design Primary Processing of Tool Steels Stress Relief of Tool Steels Hardening of Tool Steels Preheating and Austenitizing Hardenability and Martensite Formation Tempering of Tool Steels Retained Austenite Transformation and Double Tempering in Tool Steels
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DEFINITIONS OF STEELS WITH SPECIFICATIONS Steels: Definitions Steel Specifications STEEL PROCESSING IRON CARBON EQUILIBRIUM Iron Carbon Equilibrium Diagram CRYSTAL STRUCTURES OF IRON Effects of Carbon Crystal Structures in Fe-C Alloys Effects of Alloying Elements Critical Temperatures Crystal Imperfections and Slip FERRITE, PEARLITE AND CEMENTITE Pearlite Transformation Kenetics Interphase Precipitation Divorced Eutectold Transformation: Dispersed Carbide Particles in Ferrite MARTENSITE Martensitic Transformation Kinetics Morphology of ferrous martensites BAINITE Bainite Transformation Start Temperatures Bainite versus Ferritic Microstructures Upper Bainite Lower Bainite Bainite Formation Mechanisms Mechanical Behaviour of Ferrite Carbide Bainites MICROSTRUCTURES OF FERRITIC Cooling Rate Induced Changes in Ferrite Classification Sysems for Ferritic Microstructures Polygonal or Equiaxed Ferrite Widmanstatten Ferrite Granular Ferrite or Granular Bainitic Ferrite
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PROFITABLE MECHANICAL AND METALLURGICAL PROJECTS
In fast changing developments and innovations in designs have brought new concepts in designing furniture, where shortage of living space is effectively solved by such furniture items having folding arrangement so that these could be stored infolding condition while not in use. The popularity of folding cot further increase due to the fact that large quantities of such cots can be stored and transported with comparatively case. Cash boxes of various kinds are being manufactured in India from a long time to cater to the needs of government departments like the posts and telegrpahs, treasuries as well as railways, banks, companies and general public. Several improvements in the manufacture and design of cash boxes have been made from time to time, and need for a national standard for cash boxes to regulate their manufacture for the requirement of consumers in general has been widely felt. Cash boxes are vulnerable to attach by a wedge shaped lever, and protedtion aginst this form of attack should kept in view. As the practice followed in the manufacture of cash boxes can not be judged when these are in the finished stage. The steel almirahs along with steel ward robes, cabinet and racks find their prominance at each and every place, i.e. in government/private offices and residential houses. There is good scope for this industry due to our developing economy and increase in the standard of living.
Cost Estimation Land and Building (2000 sq. mt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point Rs. 26 Lacs Rs. 40 Lacs Rs. 2.89 Cr. Rs. 63.85 Cr 37% 37%
NUTS AND BOLTS (INDUSTRIAL FASTNERS)
Nuts and Bolts are most commonly used items in the family of industrial fasteners and their demand is fast increasing due to expansion of industries in the country. Bolt is a piece of metal rod whose one end is upset and at the other end threading is done. Nut is a device which rolls on bolt threads. In nuts, internal threading is done while bolts bear external thread. Screw, demonstrate their true merit in the movements, assembly etc, of wooden componets. Screws are most popular as fasteners which assemble, or join parts toether to be made into a complete unit. Nuts and Bolts are available in various sizes and shapes. The kind of the classification of bolts and nuts may broadly be those made by the cold and hot process plant (i.e. cold formed & not formed fasteners). Bolts are manufactured by foring (upsetting) and extrusion methods mainly. Nuts and Bolts are used by the existing industries, repair workshops etc. The sale of these items is increasing day-by-day. As such there is a very good scope for establishment of a few small scale units for the manufacture of nuts and bolts. Nuts are plain, square or hexagonal in shape with flat chambered, or washer crowned top.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity Land and Buldg (Area 1500 smt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point 1.50 MT/Day Rs. 89 Lacs Rs. 75 Lacs Rs. 65 Lacs Rs. 2.48 Cr 18% 60%
IRON ORES PELLETIZATION PLANT
Iron Ore Pellets are used in blast furnaces for producing sponge iron & steels. Marked by high productly lower fuel consumption and improved furnace control, pellets are now preferred all over the world for primary steel making. An iron ore pelletization unit can submit an IEM to SIA of ministry of Steel Industry to set-up a plant of mfg. capacity = 18 lakh tonners pa. This project sould be 100% EOU or an ancillary to a sponge iron plant. This plant can be set-up near an iron ore concentration site or a sponge iron plant or near a sea port for respective benefits of transportation costs saving on transfer of raw materials and /or finished products in between the point of importance & the plant. If it is near iron ore concentration plant raw materials transportation bill will be reduced. If set up near a sponge iron plant the cost of delivering pelletized products to the user plant will be small. Similarly in case of EOU project its being near a sea port will be beneficial. Except some critical equipments which necessarly need to be imported all other equipments required for the project are indigenously available. The technical know how, for an energy efficient, pollution-free and highly productive sophisticated pelletizing plant is not fully available from indigenous sources.
Cost Estimation (in Thousands Plant Capacity 300 MT/Day Land and Buldg (Area 30 Acre) Th. 4.86 Lacs Plant & Machinery Th. 1.45 Lac W.C. for 3 Months Th. 3.38 Lacs Total Capital Investment Th. 9.94 Lac Rate of Return 24% Break Even Point 53%
ALUMINIUM INGOTS FROM BAUXITE ORE USING ALUMINIUM MELTING FURNACE & ROLLING MILL
The 20th century has seen the emergence of aluminium as a key industrial and strategic material, second to only steel in terms of importance and tonnages of production. A point to notice is the upsurge in production synchronising with the two world wars pointing to the need for aluminium as strategic material. In todays industrial civilisation, aluminium is important because it serves as a basic input for a number of industry is, it is indistpensable for building up and strengthening the industrial infrastructure in the basic sectors viz. power and transportation. Besides finding extensive use in other vital sectors like space, defence, buildings, construction, domestic hardwares etc. Report Cost: Rupees Eleven Thousand Only with CD.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 500 MT/Day Land and Buldg (Area 35 Acre) Rs. 2559 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 26944 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 10357 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 47701 Lacs Rate of Return 23% Break Even Point 59%
COLD STORAGE FOR POTATO
India, at present does not have a comprehensive cold chain network, and is estimated to grow to Rs 32,000 cr by 2015. In India, there has been a phenomenal growth in production of horticulture produce, dairy products, and meat products over the last decade. Owing to the tremendous pressure on improving supply chain and reducing losses during produce handling and movement, the need for creation of a cold chain network is crucial for perishable food commodities. Cold storage in India has been largely adopted for long-term storage of potatoes, onions and high value crops like apples, grapes and flowers. Potato cold storages used to contribute 88 per cent storage capacity till 2000. However most of the new cold storages in the last decade have been constructed as multipurpose facilities focusing on all fruits and vegetables, poultry, dairy and FMCG product categories.
DAIRY FARMING FOR MILK PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
ISBN – 9789380772097 Price Rs. 1105/-
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 5000 MT/Day Land and Buldg (Area 2 Acres) Rs. 2.92 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.39 Cr. W.C. for 6 Months Rs. 63 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 6.05 Cr Rate of Return 17% Break Even Point 62%
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NEW PROFITABLE 1.5 CR TO 3 CR. PROJECTS IN CD (29 PROJECTS REPORT IN CD)
START YOUR OWN AGRO FOOD INDUSTRY
ROLLER FLOUR MILL
The plant will have facility to produce, maida, sooji, atta and bran. These products will be sold as per the guidance issued for Food and Civil Supplies Department of the concerned state. The same plant can be used to process other cereals such as rice gram, dal etc However, attempt is made have to examine feasibility and profitability of processing wheat to produce maida, Suji, atta and bran. Flour mill serve the purpose of processing wheat to convert it into flour. Wheat grains are the seeds of the wheat plant which is able to grow is kinds of soil and under widely differing climatic conditions. The principle wheats of commerce belong to the botanical groups Triticum vulgane, Triticum drum and triticum compactum. A grain of wheat is avoid in shape and it bears at one end a number of short fine Grains. The grains of wheat consists of three main parts the enveloping skins, the embryo and the endosperm. The relative proportions of these parts vary with the plumpness of the grain but the average composition of wheat is 83% endosperm, 2.5% embryo and 14.5% enveloping skins.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 300 MT./Day Land & Buldg (Area 2.5 Acres) Rs. 1.16 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 2.41 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 18.24 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 22.22 Cr. Rate of Return 65% Break Even Point 25%
PROJECT COST (In Rs.)
1. ALUMINIUM DOORS, WINDOWS, RAILINGS AND FITTINGS (WITH ANODIZING & POWDER COATING) 2.75 Cr. 2. AIR CONDITIONERS & PARTS (WINDOW TYPE) 2.34 Cr. 3. ALUMINIUM PHOSPHIDE 2.23 Cr. 4. BIOFERTILIZER 1.77 Cr. 5. COLD STORAGE 1.56 Cr. 6. COPPER WIRE DRAWING & ENAMELLING PLANT 2.28 Cr. 7. COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT & CALL CENTRE 3 Cr. 8. CONSTRUCTION CHEMICALS 2.74 Cr. 9. COLD/SOFT DRINKS 1.76 Cr. 10.CALCIUM CARBONATE (PRECIPITATED & ACTIVATED) 2.28 Cr. 11.CASHEW NUT SHELL LIQUID AND KERNEL PROCESSING 1.86 Cr. 12.CHLORINATED PARAFFIN WAX (CPW) 2.86 Cr. 13.COPPER OXYCHLORIDE 50 % W.P. 1.51 Cr. 14.DISPOSABLE PLASTIC SYRINGES (STERILISED) 2.01 Cr. 15.FOOD PROCESSING UNIT (GARLIC, PINEAPPLE CANNING & TOMATO PROCESSING) 1.62 Cr. 16.FIBRE COTTON FROM SILICA SAND (BEACH SAND) 1.75 Cr. 17.HDPE/PP WOVEN SACKS (BAGS) 2.14 Cr. 18.MINERAL WATER & SODA WATER 2.42 Cr. 19.MINI STEEL PLANT/ M.S. INGOTS BY INDUCTION FURNACE 2.39 Cr. 20. MINERAL WOOL OR SLAG WOOL OR GLASS WOOL 2.09 Cr. 21. NUTS, BOLTS, RIVERTS ETC. (INDUSTRIAL FASTENERS) 2.49 Cr. 22. OFFSET PRINTING PRESS 2.16 Cr. 23. PINE APPLE JUICE MANUFACTURING & CANNING 2.29 Cr. 24. PVC PIPE AND FITTING 2.76 Cr. 25. ROLLER FLOUR MILL 2.93 Cr. 26. SURGICAL COTTON AND BANDAGES (EOU) 2.04 Cr. 27. TEXTILE BLEACHING, DYEING AND FINISHING 2.65 Cr. Each Project Report covers in this CD 28. WELDING ELECTRODE 1.57 contains Introduction, Uses, Market Cr. Position, Present Manufacturers, 29. ZINC & COPPER SULPHATE 2.69 Cr.
Manufacturing Process with Formulations, Process Flow Sheet, Suppliers of Plant & Machineries and Raw Materials, Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis, BEP, Resources of Finance etc. Price of this CD containing all above 29 Project Reports is Rs. 30,338/-. Payable fully in advance through Bank Draft in favour of ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, DELHI. Delivery within 2 days. (To Order please dial : 98114-37895).
Among the synthetics in common use for certain applications: as indicated are anethole (anice licorice for cough drops and chewingg gum; Benzyl acetate (fruit raspberry and cherry) for candies and soft drinks, cinnamaldehyde (cinnamon) for leaked goodes. Chewing gun, and leaked goods. Methyl anthranilite (comcood grapse) for candies and soft drinks. The flavour chemist is responsible for the basic knowledge of sensory and application properties of each of this large number of raw materials. The tremendous number of possible combinations of these flavoured finished compounds is readily apparent. It is not uncommon to develop a flavour that combines essential oils, plant extractives, fruit juices and synthetics. Simple flavours are those containing a single a ingredient alone of diluted in appropriate neutral carrier; compound flavours are blends of several ingredients either as mixture of them alone or diluted in carriers (solvents). The presence of alcohol as solvent is of very important significance, therefore alcohol should be substituted whenever feasoble with carbitols, glycerin or other apprroved functional carriers. Flavour ingredients may also be classified as solid, liquid, paste etc. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 100 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 200 smt.) Rs. 16 Lac Plant & Machinery Rs. 5 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs.48 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 70 Lacs Rate of Return 53% Break Even Point 36%
CUT FLOWERS (EXPORT ORIENTED (GLADIOLI, MARIGOLD WITH GREEN HOUSE
Flowers are symbol of beauty, love, affection, romance tranquility etc. Besides their aesthetic value, they are important for their economic uses, such as for cut-blooms and for extracting perfumes and other products. In our country, flowers are sanctified and are commonly used in worshipping the deities in our homes and temples. We are intimately associated with them, and on all festive occasions like marriages religious ceremonies and social functions, the use of flowers and garlands has become almost essential. A large genus of erect, same notes or climbing shrubs widely distributed in the temperate parts of the northern hemisphere and on tropical mountains. About ten species have been introduced for cultivation as ornamentals or for production of rose water and attar. The genus includes about 120 or more species a large majority of which are native to the Asiatic region. It is divided into four sub-genera of which three are small and aberrant and the fourth, Eurosa, contains the roses proper. Cost Estimation Land & Building (Area 8 Acres) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point Rs. 2.59 Cr. Rs. 1.67 Cr. Rs.16 Lacs Rs. 4.51 Cr. 18% 69%
CITRUS FRUITS CULTIVATION & PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY ISBN NO. 9788189765996 Rs. 1130/The book Citrus Fruits Cultivation & Processing Technology covers Citrus Industry in India, Background, Cultivation of Citrus Fruits, Technique of Hybridization, Influence of Climatic Factors, Soils Requirement of Different Citrus Species, Establishing an orchard, Seed Propagation, Citrus Rootstocks in India, Nutrition, Irrigation Requirement of Citrus Trees, Weed control in nurseries, Harvesting, Quality of Fruit, Post harvest Technology, Problems in Citriculture, The Extraction of Orange Products, Kagzi Lime Carbonated Beverage, Citric Acid from Citrus Processing Wastes, Utilization of Kinnow Waste in Value Added Products, Rangupur Lime (Citrus Limonia Osbeck) Preparation and Storage of Beverages, Citrus and Fortunella, Lists the Products which can be Obtained from Citrus Fruits, Citrus and Other Fruit Juices, Spray Drying Technology for Fruit Juice Drying, Processing of Citrus etc.
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BOTTLING PLANT (WHISKY, BRANDY RUM, VODKA, GIN) FROM RECTIFIED SPIRIT/ENA
The alcohol industry is very important for the government. It generates an estimated Rs. 16,000 crore per annum in spite of the fact that the per capita consumption of liquor in India is the lowest in the world. The total liquor industry is worth Rs. 2,000 crore. IMFL accounts for only a third of the total liquor consumption in India. Most IMFLs are cheap and are priced below Rs. 200 per bottle. Alcohol sales proceeds account for 45% of the total revenue collection in the country. Whiskey accounts for 60% of the liquor sales while rum; brandy any vodka account for 17% 18% and 6% respectively. MNC’s share is only 10%and they have been successful only in the premium and super premium ranges. Post WTO the government may have opened India to foreign distilleries, but the duty has been increased from 222% to 464-706%.This is due to the fact that there is a 100% customs duty, 150%contravening duty, local taxes, distributor’s margin, retailer’s margin and publicity charges. The cost is finally borne by the consumer. Though the government claims that this is being done to protect the domestic liquor industry, the domestic industry accounts for 99% of the market share.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 800 Boxes/Day Land & Building (Area 3 Acres) Rs. 4.40 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.15 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 3.90 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 11.76 Cr. Rate of Return 41% Break Even Point 44%
PACKAGED DRINKING WATER/ MINERAL WATER (PACKED IN 330 ML CUP & 500 ML PET)
Water & Air is basic need of life which can not be avoidable at any circumstances. Through these two gifts of nature are freely available the quality is far below the level of purity for human consumption of pollution. It is needless to mention that water, a compound of Hydrogen and Oxygen is a recious natural gift which is very essential for survival of mankind including animals. The water used for potable purposes should be free from undesirable impurities. The water available from untreated sources such as Well, Boreholes and Spring is generally not hygienic and safe for drinking. Thus it is desirable and necessary to purify the water and supply under hygienic conditions for human drinking purpose. As the name implies, the mineral water is the purified water fortified with requisite amounts of minerals such as Barium, Iron, Manganese, etc which can be absorbed by human body. It is either obtained from natural resources like spring and drilled wells or it is fortified artificially by blending and treating with mineral salts. The mineral water shall be manufactured and packed under hygienic conditions in properly washed and cleaned bottles in sterilized conditions.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2000 Ltr/Hr. Land & Building (Area 4500 sq.mt.) Rs. 5.18 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 74 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 66 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 6.98 Cr. Rate of Return 40% Break Even Point 41%
MULTICRORES PROFITABLE PROJECTS
(FROM 1 CRORES TO 10 CRORES PROJECTS)
PROJECT COST (Rs.)
1. ALCOHOL FROM BROKEN RICE 6 Cr. 2. AUTOMATIC BRICK PLANT 4 Cr. 3. BATTERY-OPERATED THREE WHEELER 6 Cr. 4. BIOFERTILIZER 2 Cr. 5. BUTYL RUBBER FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF TUBES FOR TRUCK AND CAR TYRES 7 Cr. 6. CORRUGATED SHEET BOARD & BOXES (PRINTED AND LAMINATED) 5 Cr. 7. COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND CALL CENTRE 3 Cr. 8. CONSTRUCTION CHEMICALS 5 Cr. 9. DEHYDRATION OF ONION AND GARLIC 6 Cr. 10. DEHYDRATION OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BY IQF TECHNOLOGY 5 Cr. 11. FERRIC ALUM 9 Cr. 12. GUAR GUM POWDER FROM GUAR SPLIT 8 Cr. 13. INTEGRATED UNIT OF DAIRY, FARMING MILK COLLECTION & PROCESSING, FISH FARMING, POULTRY FARMING & HATCHERY 9 Cr. 14. KATHA & KUTCH 5 Cr. 15. MINERAL WATER CUM PET BOTTLE MANUFACTURING UNIT 10 Cr. 16. RODUCTION OF BIO-OIL FOR POWER GENERATION FROM COFFEE HUSK 3 Cr. 17. PVC PIPE AND FITTING 3 Cr. 18. SOLAR POWER (ENERGY) PLANT 104 Cr. 19. TMT STEEL BARS 4 Cr.
SOLVENT EXTRACTION & REFINING (SOYABEAN)
Soybean (Glycine max) is a leguminous plant. The Chinese have been cultivating and consuming soybeans for over 4000 years. Soy products have been around in India for almost 30 years. But the consumption of these products never took off well in the market till recently. Indian population is predominantly vegetarian. Our diet is lacking in terms of quantity and quality of protein. Even the majority of non-vegetarians among us do not consume animal products on a daily basis in quantities sufficient to provide the recommended amount of protein. Soybeans are a rich source of good quality protein and the cost too is low. Soy products can easily meet the protein requirements of a vegetarian diet. Soybean has been perceived more as poultry and cattle feed than as a good source of protein for human consumption by a lot of people. Also the misconception that soybeans are only used in feeding programs conducted by the government for malnourished children has been prevalent nutritional benefits soybeans provide several therapeutic benefits too. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 250 MT/Day Soyabean Process 50 MT/Day Refined Oil 200 MT/Day Soya Meal Land & Building (Area 10 Acres) Rs. 13.90 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 21 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 40 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 75.56 Cr. Rate of Return 50% Break Even Point 35%
ACTIVATED CARBON FROM RICE HUSK AND COCONUT SHELL/SAW DUST
Carbon is probably the most widely distributed element in nature. It occurs in two allotropic crystalline forms, viz graphite (hexagonal system) and diamond (isomeric system), the former is soft and black while diamond is hard and transparent. Charcoal, coke and carbon black, classified as emorphous carbon; are considered by some to represent a third allotropic form. They are said to be composed of very minute crystals of graphite by others.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 4 Ton/Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.) Rs. 92 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 62 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 53 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.14 Cr. Rate of Return 32% Break Even Point 50%
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WALNUT PROCESSING PLANT
A walnut is an edible seed of any tree of the genus Juglans, especially the Persian alnut, Juglans regia. Broken nutmeats of the eastern black walnut, from the tree Juglans nigra, are also commercially available in small quantities, as are foods prepared with butternut nutmeats. Walnut seeds are high density source of nutrients, particularly proteins and essential fatty acids. Walnut seeds, like other tree nuts, must be processed and stored properly. Poor storage makes walnut seeds susceptible to insect and fungal mold infestations; the latter produces aflatoxin - a potent carcinogen. Mold infested walnut seed batch should not be screened then consumed; the entire batch should be discarded. In certain parts of the world, walnuts are locally known as waln|sse, noix, nuiz, nuc, akhar??, kurumi. Walnuts are rounded, single-seeded stone fruits of the walnut tree. The walnut fruit is enclosed in a green, leathery, fleshy husk. This husk is inedible. After harvest, the removal of the husk reveals the wrinkly walnut shell, which is in two halves. This shell is hard and encloses the kernel, which is also made up of two halves separated by a partition.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1000 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 1 Acres) Rs. 1.20 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.10 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 33 lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.78 Cr. Rate of Return 37% Break Even Point 51%
MANGO PULP (PROCESSING OF MANGOES)
India is the home of mangoes. A large number of varieties are found in almost all parts of the country. According to statistics collected by the Fruit Development Adviser, Government of India, out of the total fruit acreage of 12,79,000 ha mangoes alone covered 8,19,000 ha in 1948-49 i.e. nearly 70 per cent of total area under fruits. Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Bihar and West Bengal lead in mango growing. Among the numerous varieties, ‘Safaida’ and ‘Duschri’ of U.P. ‘Alphonso’ of Ratnagiri, ‘Badami’ of Mysore, ‘Benishan’ of East Coast, and ‘Raspuri’ ‘Neelam’ and ‘Mulgoa’ of Tamil nadu and Karnataka are the most important varieties for canning. The ‘Bangalora’ or ‘Totapari’ mango which is an assured and heavy annual beater, and also yields an excellent pulp or juice, is sometimes canned to give a fairly good canned product. Juicy and fibrous varieties are not quite suitable for canning. They are mostly used for making juice, squash, nectar, chutney and pickles. The mango is one of the oldest tropical fruits and has been cultivated by man for over 1000 years, originating apparently in Indo-Burma region. to the large population of Asia, particularly Southern Asia and Malaysia, the mango plays the role as the major fruit of the region, much as the apple looms in importance in North America and Europe. The fruit is eaten in its raw, fresh form when ripe. Unripened fruits are commonly used for preparing jellies, jams and preserves.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1000 Ton/Year Land & Building (Area 5000 smt.)Rs. 5.62 Cr Plant & Machinery Rs. 55 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 46 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 7.06 Cr. Rate of Return 21% Break Even Point 55%
HAND BOOK OF PLASTIC MATERIALS AND PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY
Rs. 880/NEW EDITIONS
TECHNOLOGY OF PET BOTTLES PREFORM AND PET RECYCLING
Rs. 980/MAIZE FLOUR & BY PRODUTS MANUFACTURING PLANT (FLOUR MILL)
Maize is an important food grain used in food, feed and many industrial applications .The grains contains about 6% hard per carp, 1011% germ and 75%-80% endosperm .The germ contains 32-36% edible oil .The removal of the hard pericarp is essentials to make the grains easily digestible and palatable. The flour consists of milled maize grain from which course material like husk bran are removed. Maize flour and semolina are produced in a mini grain mill .The maize oil is expelled oil form maize germ and very rich source of phospholipids and tocopherols. Maize flour is used for making a variety of preparations like roti, thick porridge, this porridge, pancakes. It is also admixed with wheat flour or sorghum flour to improve the eating quantity. Maize semolina is used for making various preparations for which wheat or rice semolina are conventionally used e.g. sweet or savoury soft-cooked bhat type items. Maize oil is a valuable edible oil and a nutritive product. The maize germ oil contain more than 60% linoliec acid which is a good cholesterol reducing agent .It makes a good choice for heart patients. It is an excellent frying oil.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity Land & Building (Area 1 Acres) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point 20 MT/Day Rs. 1.22 Cr. Rs. 79 Lacs Rs. 1.42 Cr. Rs. 3.54 Cr. 76% 33%
AUTOMATIC BREAD MAKING PLANT
Modern days are changes with the advance of scientific discovery. Due to the scarcity of time now human beings changes their food habits. No body can pay much more time for their preparation of food, every body wants to get ready made fresh food, such that human being can save their time. They do not want to loss their valuable time in the preparation of daily food. By this thiming now a days these different kind of food materials developed, like instant tea, instant coffee, instant milk, instant rice etc. On the above point of view bakery products are cheaper, largely accepted ready made food. Now the advancement of age use of bakery foods will gradually increases and utilization will be around the proportional of certain percentage of population increase.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 35000 LOA/Day Land & Building (Area 8000 sq.mt.) Rs. 2.17 Cr. Plant & Machinery (As Mentioned Earlier) Rs. 48 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 97 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.79 Cr. Rate of Return 30% Break Even Point 51%
INDIAN MADE FOREIGN LIQUOR (IMFL)
Gin, vodka, and related spirits like aquarit are distinguishable from whisky, rum and brandy which themselves have a number of common characteristics. The most evident difference is in colour, with gin an vodka normally being colourless white whisky, rum and brandy vary in shade from strawcoloured to the deepest brown. This immediate difference is linked with distinguishing features of composition and flavour which are reflected in the methods of production of the two troup of sprits. The aurd whisky comes from the Gaelic word wisge-beatha, as the Irish called it, incoming the water of life.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 60000 LIT./Day Land & Building (Area 10 Acres) Rs. 4.86 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 18.66 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 15.16 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 47.32 Cr. Rate of Return 141% Break Even Point 22%
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PRECIPITATED CALCIUM CARBONATE SODIUM PHOSPHATE ENEMA
Sodium phosphate enema is a very useful and effective means of overcoming constipation cases, which are of severe nature and where ordinary routine constipation pills fail to overcome this ailment. It basically constitutes of Sodium acid phosphate (sodium phosphate monobasic) and Sodium phosphate (Dibasic) in distilled water. Among these constituents which constitute sodium phosphate enema, sodium phosphate (Diabasic) is colorless, hygroscopic, translucent crystal or white powder soluble in water.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 5000 Pouches/Day Land & Building RENTED Plant & Machinery Rs. 7 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 8 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 16 Lacs Rate of Return 205% Break Even Point 22%
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AMUSEMENTPARK 3.56 Cr. AMUSEMENTPARK CUMWATERPARK 22.66 Cr. BANQUET HALL 52 Lacs BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING (BPO) 1.15 Cr. CALL CENTRE 1.32 Cr. CALL CENTRE (INTERNATIONAL) 4 Cr. CHILDREN RECREATION CENTRE1.45 Cr. COLD STORAGE 2 Cr. COLLEGE 89 Lacs COMMUNITY CENTRE 69 Lacs COMPUTER EDUCATION INSTITUTE 44 Lacs CYBER CAFE 13 Lacs COMPUTER SOFTWARE 2.20 Cr. DENTAL COLLEGE 12.48 Cr. ENTERTAINMENT CLUB 4 Cr. FASHION TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE 7.54 Cr. FAST FOOD PARLOUR 36 Lacs FILM VIDEO STUDIO 50 Lacs FRANCHISE TRAINING PROGRAM 18 Lacs GOLF COURSE 12 Lacs HEALTH CLUB & FITNESS CENTER (GYM) 7 Lacs HEALTH CLUB CUM BEAUTY PARLOUR WITH SONABATH 54 Lacs HOLIDAY RESORTS 7.16 Cr. HOSPITAL CUM RESEARCH CENTRE 62.26 Cr. HOTEL INDUSTRY (FIVE STAR) 26.98 Cr. MEDICAL COLLEGE 16.59 Cr. MEDICAL COLLEGE, HOSPITAL & RESEARCH INSTITUTE 16.79 Cr. MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION CENTRE 26 Lacs MENTAL RETARDATION HOSPITAL & CEREBRAL PALSY 2.99 Cr. MOTEL/SMALL HOTEL 2.12 Cr. MULTIPLEX CUM ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE 10.37 Cr. MINERAL WATER (PACKED IN BOTTLES, GLASSES & JARS) 2.89 Cr. NURSING HOME (25 BEDS) 2.37 Cr. PRE NURSERY, NURSERY & K.G SCHOOL 60 Lacs PORTAL 9.28 Cr. REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR AGED & NEEDY PERSONS 50 Lacs RESTAURANTS WITH PUB 43 Lacs RESTAURANT 39 Lacs RESIDENTIAL CUM COMMERCIAL COMPLEX 1.75 Cr. RESIDENTIAL APARTMENTS 3.85 Cr. SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL 4.46 Cr. THREE STAR HOTEL 9.57 Cr. TOURIST CLUB (Fig. in Riyals) 27 Lac (R) WARE HOUSE 4.57 Cr. WATER PARK 1.54 Cr.
Calcium compounds such as calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, and calcium sulphate are widly distributed in nature. A large number of them are manufactured on account of this applications in industry. Calcium oxide and sulphate are extensively employed in building and chemical industries Calcium phosphate, nitrate and cynomids areuseful as fertillizers Calcium carbide forms the source of acetylene which is an important starting material for the synthesis of many organic chemicals. A large number of organic compounds find use in pharmacy. Calcium carbonate, CaCo forms a major constituent of the earthis crust and occurs as massive beds of limiestone, chalk and marble. It is found as dolomite in which a part of the calcium is replaced by magnesium. The precipitated Calcium Carbonate applies to the compound obtained by chemical means and distinguishes it from the material produced by mechanical treatment of natural varieties of Calcium carbonate such as calcite, marble, limestone and sea shells. Precipitated calcium carbonate is produced in a number of different grades which range in particle size from 9.03 to 15 micron I.P. grade precipitatyed calcium carbonate is used in dentifrices, foods, cosmelics, pharmaccuticals, and antibiotics.
DYE LEVELLING AGENT
Processing of textile materials involves the use of diverse types of compounds to perform various functions. The compounds are variously known as textile auxiliaries, textile chemicals, textile process chemicals etc. They may be broadly classified depending on he purpose for which they are used into two groups (1) Those which are used in textile processing to serve some purpose or purposes and after these purposes are served, they have to be removed from the textile material being processed and (2) those which continue to form an integral part of the materials being processed by way of either chemical reaction with the textile substrate or mechanical deposition of water soluble or water insoluble substances in the textile substrate and are expected to remain on the material more or less permanently with standing the subsequent rigorous action of varying degrees exerted on the end products during the use by the consumers. These two classes may be called temporary and permanent textile auxiliaries respectively. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity Land & Building (500sqmt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point 1MT/Day Rs. 39 Lacs Rs. 21 Lacs Rs. 13 Lacs Rs. 79 Lacs 47% 61%
Cost Estimation (in thousands) Plant Capacity 500 MT/Day Land & Building (Area 40 Acres) 2.99 Lacs Plant & Machinery 2.02 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months 2.38 Lacs Total Capital Investment 7.87 Lacs Rate of Return 30% Break Even Point 47%
DEXTROSE SALINE (I.V. FLUID)
Intra venous fluids, in general are used as I.V drips for patients in nursing homes and hospitals suffering from accute dehydration or considerable debilitating conditions. These I.V fluids replanish the body fluids. Though a number of I.V fluids are there, generally three types of I.V fluids are used in hospitals as I.V drips. They are as follows:- 1. Dextrose injection fluid, 2. Dextrose and sodium chloride injection fluid, 3. Sodium chloride injection solution (Saline solution). When saline is injected intravenously, it compensate the deficiency of sodium ions when dextrose is injected it gives energy due to glucose content of it when dextrosaline is given in combination, it replanishes the dehydration as well as gives energy thereby recouping debility syndrome and also in general take care of malaise. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 4500 Bottle/Day Land & Building (1000smt.) Rs. 76 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 78 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 45 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.20 Cr. Rate of Return 31% Break Even Point 59%
Each Project Report covers in this CD contains Introduction, Uses, Market, Process with Product Formulae, Suppliers of Plant and Equipments, Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis, BEP, Resources of Finance etc. Price of this CD containing all above 45 Project Reports is Rs. 17,978/- or US $ 550/-. Payable fully in advance through Draft/M.O. in favour of ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, DELHI. Delivery within 1 day. (To Order please dial : 98114-37895).
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MONO CALCIUM PHOSPHATE (MCP AND DI CALCIUM PHOSPHATE (DCP)
Tricalcium orthophosphate, Ca3 (PO4)2, commonly known as calcium phosphate, occurs in nature as rock phosphate ore, for example and is used as such as a source of fertilizer. It can also be converted with sulphuric acid to a mixture of calcium sulphate and phosphoric acid, or it can also be converted with sulphuric acid to a mixture of calcium sulfate and monocalcium phosphate, Ca(H2 PO4)2, the latter also being known as calcium dihydrogen phosphate. Calcium phosphate has a relatively low phosphorous content (20% m/m) while monocalcium phosphate, while having a much higher phosphorous content (26.5% m/m), is difficult to manufacture, and also expensive mainly because one of the byproducts of the reaction by means of which it is so prepared, calcium sulphate, has to be discarded as a waste product. Therefore, there is a need for an economical method of producing calcium hydrogenphosphate from calcium phosphate. There is a further need in the art for an economical method of producing monocalcium phosphate fertilizer from calcium phosphate and further producing edible products from the resultant fertilizer.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 300 Ton/Day Land & Buldg (Area 30000 sq.mt.) Rs.33.41 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 30.63 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs.45.36 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 112.66 Cr. Rate of Return 38% Break Even Point 39%
SINGLE SUPER PHOSPHATE & SULPHURIC ACID
Fertilizers are substances which are introduced into the oil to increase the yields of agricultural crops. In addition to increasing the amount of agricultural produce, fertilizers also improve their quality. Thus with the use of fertilizes the starch, sugar, protein and oil content of plant is raised, this in turn increases the contents of fats and proteins in livestock’s products. The use of fertilizers increases the strength of such products as flax, cotton, and wool. Fertilizers increase the resistance of plants to disease, drought, low temperatures and other conditions which hinder the development of plants. Fertilizers are broadly classified in two types. (1) organic eg. manure etc and (2) Inorganic eg. Calcium Ammonium Nitrate, Super phosphate etc. Inorganic fertilizers are salts which contain elements essential for plant growth and which are introduced into the soil to obtain large crops regularly. About 60 of the elements are found in composition of the various plants. Primarily, carbon, oxygen and hydrogen, which make up the principal part of plant matter, and also nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, sulphur, calcium end iron are utilized in formation of plant tissues and are necessary for normal growth and development of plants. Cost Estimation
Plant Capacity Land & Building (30000 sq.mt) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point 33 MT./Day Rs. 33.42 Lac Rs. 28.48 Cr. Rs. 46.33 Cr. Rs. 110.94 Cr. 41% 36%
Paper & Pulp Paper Board and Paper Converted Industries in CD Rs. 20225/PROJECT COST (Rs.)
The purpose of Coolant is to remove excess heat produced from the engine operation, to control corrosion and scaling, antifreeze and boil over the radiator water. So many years ago water was used to reduce the temperature. Water is an effective heat transfer fluid but it boils at very low temperature., highly corrosive and format scaling. It impure the cooling liquid by accumulating corrosive and scaled waste. So it chocks up tubes of radiator and finally engine overheats. The complexity is increased with the use of aluminum alloys in the head, water pump and radiators.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity Land & Building (Area 350 sq.mt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point 200 Ltr./Day Rs. 17 Lacs Rs. 7 Lacs Rs. 11 Lacs Rs. 38 Lacs 28% 57%
MODERN RUBBER CHEMICALS, COMPOUNDS & RUBBER GOODS TECHNOLOGY ISBN-9788189765194 PRICE 1630/The book covers Natural Rubber, Basic Concepts of Synthetic Rubber, Styrene Butadiene Rubber, Polybutadiene, Polychloroprene and Polyisoprene Rubbers, Butyl and Nitrile Rubber, Miscellaneous Rubbers, Latex Product Manufacturing Technology, Foam Products Manufacturing Technology, Plasticisers, Factice and Blowing Agents, Moulding and Finishing of Rubber Components, Compounding Ingredients and Compound Design, Footwear Technology, Conveyor Belt Technology, V-Belt and Fan Belt Manufacturing Technology, Hose Technology, Rubber Sports Goods Manufacturing Technology, Cable Technology, Rubber-To-Metal Bonding Components, Rubber-Covered Rolls, Sealing Technology, Nitrile Rubber and Its Application in Construction Industry, Rubber-Resin Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Tape Technology, Test Methods in Rubber Industry, Recycling of Wastes from Rubbers and Plastics.
ABRASIVE PAPER (SAND PAPER) (EMERY CLOTH PAPER) 2. AMMONIA PAPER 3. COATED PAPER AND BOARD (ART AND CHROMO) 4. CARBONLESS PAPER 5. CARBON PAPER 6. COMPUTER CONTINUOUS STATIONERY 7. CORRUGATED BOARD BOXES WITH PRINTING 8. DEFOAMING AGENT FOR PAPER INDUSTRY 9. EXERCISE NOTE BOOK & REGISTER 10. ECG PAPER 11. EGG TRAY 12. HARD BOARD FROM BAGASSE 13. HAND MADE PAPER 14. KRAFT PAPER FROM WASTE PAPER 15. KRAFT PAPER FROM BAGASSE 16. LAMINATION & COATING ON PAPER 17. MULTI WALL PAPER SACKS FOR TEA INDUSTRY 18. MILL BOARD FROM RICE STRAW 19. NEWS PRINT PAPER 20. PAPER CARRY BAGS 21. PAPER WASTE RECYCLING PLANT (PAPER MILL) 22. PAPER CONES & TUBES 23. PAPER ENVELOPES 24. PAPER CUPS FOR ICE CREAM 25. PAPER GLASSES FOR BEVERAGE 26. PAPER PLATES, GLASS, CUPS MANUFACTURING WITH ALUMINIUM FOIL COATED PAPER SHEET 27. PAPER TAPES 28. PAPER FILES 29. PAPER NAPKINS 30. PAPER LABELS FOR BOTTLES 31. PAPER PRODUCTS 32. PAPER AND PULP 33. PAPER CONVERSION UNIT 34. PLAYING CARDS 35. PAPER NAPKINS 36. PAPER FROM BAMBOO Cr. 37. SOAP COATED PAPER 38. SILICON RELEASE PAPER 39. SAND PAPER 40. STRAW BOARD 41. TISSUE PAPER
66 Lacs 24 Lacs 1.38 Cr. 57 Lacs 43 Lacs 1.15 Cr. 90 Lacs 4.02 Cr. 30 Lacs 35 Lacs 1.10 Cr. 2.78 Cr. 55 Lacs 4.90 Cr. 14.79 Cr. 25 Lacs 3.08 Cr. 19.05 Cr. 18.16 Cr. 98 Lacs 4.86 Cr. 56 Lacs 3.92 Cr. 34 Lacs 68 Lacs
18 Lacs 35 Lacs 2.41 Cr. 17 Lacs 34 Lacs 57 Lacs ———3.09 Cr. 1.66 Cr. 7.70 Cr. 12.23 71 Lacs 64 Lacs 66 Lacs 98 Lacs 5.04 Cr.
Each Project Report covers in this CD contains Introduction, Uses, Market, Process with Product Formulae, Suppliers of Plant and Equipments, Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis, BEP, Resources of Finance etc. Price of this CD containing all above 43 Project Reports is Rs. 20,225/- or US $ 650/. Payable fully in advance through Draft/M.O. in favour of ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, DELHI. Delivery within 1 day. (To Order please dial : 98114-37895).
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ALCOHOL, BEER, IMFL, COUNTRY LIQUOR, WINE
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Boric Acid (Orthoboric acid) H3BO3, formerly sometimes called boracic acid, is tonnage material, the predominant use of which (except as a raw material for boron and boron compounds) is in medical and pharmaceutical compounds, such as eye and mouth washes and nasal sprays. Solution of boric acid non irritating and slightly astringent, with antiseptic qualities. A saturated solution of H3BO3 contains approximately 2% of the compound at 0oC;inceasing to 39% at 100oC. Commercially boric acid has the composition B2O3.3H2O. It is derived by adding hydrochloric acid or sulphuric acid to a solution of borax and crystallizing. It is also derived from borax barine, by extraction with a kerosine solution of chelating agent such as 2-ethyl-1, 3-hexane-diol, or other polyols. Borates are stripped from the chelate by sulphuric acid. At present only two Industries under DGTD which is engaged in the manufacture of boric acid at the installed capacity of 3,660 tonne per annum. Other 3-4 industries also engaged in the manufacture of boric acid but the data is not available of these industries. It can be manufactured in the small scale sector. Plant and machinery are indigenously available. Raw materials required for the production of boric acid is also indigenously available. Demand of boric acid is increasing day by day due to increase of pharmaceutical industries.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity Land & Building (1000 Acres) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point 1 MT./Day Rs. 46 Lacs Rs. 23 Lacs Rs. 17 Lacs Rs. 92 Lacs 39% 52%
THINNER (WHITE SPIRIT BASED)
Solvents or Thinners are used in Paints and lacquers to reduce the viscosity or consistency of the material and facilitate the application of a uniform coating. They must be compatible with the oil or resin present. After application the solvent is no longer required and should evaporate completely from the film. Another class of organic liquids used in paint industry is plasticizers their function is to remain permanently in the film of paint or varnish after application in order to impart elasticity and proper adhesion to it. In contradiction to the volatile solvents, plasticizers should be perfectly non-volatile, and should also be chemically stable, and not after in properties on prolonged exposure. The action of a solvent in the production of a varnish on paint is essential. When linseed oil is added to Hexane, the glyceride of which the oil consists are dispersed or dissolved and a more or less viscous solution results. A solvent can be defined as a liquid which disperses a solid or semi-solid substance so as to yield a useful solution. An emulsion also consists of a dispersion of a substance (usually organic) in a liquid medium but the particles of the dispersed material, e.g. polystyrene, are very large and, heavy and may read visible dimension. This feature imparts properties to emulsions. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 5000 Ltr/Day Land & Building (2000 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.76 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.90 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 5.15 Cr. Rate of Return 66% Break Even Point 30%
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ALCOHOL FROM RICE STRAW 1.71 Cr. ALCOHOL FROM MOLASSES 8.32 Cr. ALCOHOL FROM POTATOES 38.88 Cr. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND VINEGAR FROM COCONUT WATER 2.47 Cr. 5. ALCOHOLIC DRINKS FROM ETHYL ALCOHOL BY MIXING OF VARIOUS FLAVOURS (FLAVOURED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 3.58 Cr. 6. BEER PLANT (E.O.U.) 15.33 Cr. 7. COUNTRY LIQUOR 32.83 Cr. 8. CIDER PLANT ——— 9. ETHANOL (BIOFUEL) 14.77 Cr. 10. GRAPE WINE 1.05 Cr. 11. HERBAL BEER 3.73 Cr. 12. MINERAL WATER (PACKED IN BOTTLES, GLASSES, JARS) 2.89 Cr. 13. RECTIFIED SPIRIT FOR POTABLE ALCOHOL INDUSTRIAL ALCOHOL & MEDICAL ALCOHOL 8.62 Cr. 14. RECTIFIED SPIRIT FROM RICE/PADDY STRAW 2.76 Cr. 15. INDIAN MADE FOREIGN LIQUOR 2 Cr. 16. IMFL (WHISKY) FROM POTATOES 40.48 Cr. 17. OCTALOL (OCTYL ALCOHOL) FROM MOLASSES 4.62 Cr. 18. POTABLE BEER (ALCOHOLIC) BASED ON POTATO & BARLEY/MALT 14.57 Cr. 19. VODKA FROM POTATOES 29.33 Cr. 20. WHISKY 9.57 Cr. 21. WINE FROM DATES 10.38 Cr. 22. WINE FROM MAHUA FLOWERS 10.69 Cr.
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ZINC & COPPER SULPHATE
Zinc sulphate is a widely used chemical and has been known under the name of “White Vitrol”. Although Zinc Sulphate (hepta hydrate) occurs in nature in small quantities as mineral Glosarite, this compound is normally manufactured synthetically. It is the colourless crystalline solid with crystals being orthorhombic in shape. It exists in various crystalline forms of hydrates as ZnSo4. 7H2O.ZnSo4.6H2O, ZnSo4.H2O. Zinc sulphate is also found in three unstable hydrates forms whose molecular formula’s are ZnSo4.4H2O,ZnSo4.H2O and ZnSo4.H2O. The unstable hydrates are more soluble than stable form. The solubility of the unstable hydrate is 58.7 gm in 10 gm of water at 18oc while stable shows only 52.7 gm in 100 grams. In reference to Bihar state they found that zinc deficiency varies from 25% to 75% and even more of the normal value. It was also shown that the response of zinc sulphate was good for rice, potato and tea in particular and for all the cereals as a whole. The process used for the manufacture of zinc sulphate on commercial scale is simple but technical grade salt can be produced by treating zinc ash or zinc dross (a waste by product form galvanizing units) with sulphuric acid and then filtering. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 15MT/Day Land & Building (2000 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.76 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.62 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 8.16 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 12.02 Cr. Rate of Return 30% Break Even Point 45%
PAINTS INDUSTRY & WALL PUTTY
Organic coatings are composed of pigments suspended in a vehicle. The vehicle or carrier consists primarily of a resinuous of driers, plasticizers and stabilizers as required. As the paint film dries, these vehicles changes from a liquid to the solid film by one or more of several mechanisms. 1. Evaporation of Solvents. 2. Oxidation (of a drying oil). 3. Polymerization through application of heat, addition of catalyst, or combination of eactive components. The pigments contribute such properties as inhibitions of a metal surface (red lead & zinc chromate), reinforcement of the film, stabilization against deterioration by sunlight, controlled chalking (titanium oxide) and colour clear coating (varnishes, lacquers & shellac) are not pigmented. Inorganic coatings such as the zinc silicates also may be though of as a pigment suspended in a vehicle. In this case, the pigment con consists of metallic zinc dust, and the vehicle is a blend of water soluble silicates.
Cost Estimation 2MT/Day Wall putty 400 Kg/Day Paint and Thinners Land & Building (Area 600 sq.mt.) Rs. 52 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 24 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 51 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.34 Cr. Rate of Return 39% Break Even Point 53% Plant Capacity
MODERN TECHNOLOGY OF BIOPROCESSING (FERMENTATION, FOOD, ENZYME, PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND ENERGY) ISBN 9788189765354 PRICE 1605/Bioprocessing, Types of Fermentation, Composiion and Nutrition of Fermented Products, Techniques of Fermentation Systems, Media for Industrial Fermentation, Process Control, Processing, Methods of Preserving Food (Food Bio-Processing), Milk Products Production, Production of Bakery Products, Fermented Beverages, Mushroom, Antibiotic Production, Industrial Enzymes, Organic Acids, Vitamins, Biofertilizers, Biopesticides, Biological Waste Treatment, Biofuels, Biogas Production, Ethanol, Biodiesel
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HOTEL AND RESORT
After oil, World Tourism is the largest single item of international trade today with the increase in education discretionary income and in leisure and paid holidays, travel has grown rapidly in recent years. The phenomenal growth of tourism can be gauged from the fact that the world spent 400 billion dollars on tourism in 1982 as compared to 300 billion dollars as in armament. Mass tourism started in Europe in the late 19th Century but to day it is a world wide reality. During last 30 years or so the period which with the arrival of jet global international tourist increased from a mere 25 million in 1950 to a stagering 240 million in 1982. This work out to be an average growth rate of 11 per cent. If same growth rate is maintained through year 2,000 A.D. then the affluent and newly affluent, the first time travellers and those with time to spare would being begin to more in such numbers at international airports that there are grave doubt whether the industry would cope with them at all. The all per cent annual growth rate would result in 2000 million people on the move by the year 2000AD, the combined present population of China, India, USSR, Indonesia, Japan, Brazil and the USA. Even if the rate slows down to half (nearly 6 per cent or so) there would still be 1300 million tourists in transit Cost Estimation Land & Building (12000 sq.mt.) Rs. 9.96 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.20 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.20 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 12.82 Cr. Rate of Return 24% Break Even Point 58%
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ALUMINIUM FABRICATION (DOORS, WINDOWS, SLIDER ETC), GLASS PLANT AND ANODIZING
Doors, windows slider, skylites and other fabricated items etc are essential components of all types of buildings residential, commercial and industrial. House building has been a need and beautifying the buildings has been a love for mankind since time immemorial. Doors are used for providing entrances from outside into the building and for inter room connections for easy approach. Ventilators are provided for sun rays and light, into the dwelling houses, in sufficient quantity. Windows play larger roles in the entire building construction for enhancing the utility of the house. Windows are provided in building walls in as many number as possible. This is so because windows serve in a lot many ways. Most of the air passage takes placethrough these windows. Similarly,light and sun rays get entry through windows quite freely. Windows provide cross ventilation in many cases. All these conditions are essential for human conforts. Outsiders enter into the house through the doors but the doors are opened after looking at the entrance through windows and after ascertaining that the outsider could be allowed to enter.
Cost Estimation Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.) Rs. 2 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 40 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 77 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.14 Cr. Rate of Return 53% Break Even Point 38%
COLLECTING ELECTRODES ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR
The purpose of the discharge electrode is to produce the corona which ionizes the surrounding air, thus charging and driving particulate to the collection plate. Discharge electrodes have changed over the years, starting out as a thin wire design. The typical problem with this design was wire breakage, resulting in inadequate reliability. More recent electrodes fall into several construction types including stringing wires, thin metal strips, roll formed masts, and the pipe and spike arrangements. Southern Environmental (SEI) is in the business of rebuilding and new construction of wet and dry electrostatic precipitators and scrubbers. Most aspects of their systems are patented, tested components. SEI also manufactures a patented design discharge electrode. The design consists of a formed carbon steel part having cantilevered dual emitter arms to uniformly distribute the corona, and prevent dust build up. The electrodes are then independently hung from their own suspension system. The goal of a good electrode system is to have the corona discharge equally dispersed throughout the entire effective length of the precipitator column. Optimum corona dispersion results in uniformly charged particles giving the best collection performance. In gas passages, the electrodes are typically spaced 8"-16" apart. Cost Estimation Land & Building (2 Acres) Rs. 2.60 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 2.50 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 8.67 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 14.12 Cr. Rate of Return 57% Break Even Point 28%
Rs. 780/Rs. 1380/The seed of Modern Epichlorohydrin (ECH)Diphenyol-Propane (DPP) based epoxy resins was first shown by castan, a suiss chemist. His patents were licenced to CIBA A.G. of Bosle. In 1946, an industrial Fair was Organised in Switserland. This Swiss company demonstrated the use of an epoxy resin adhesive namely resin coatings to four swiss electrical, Electrical company remarkable materials begin with the introduction to industries. The epoxy resins have steadily grown in their use in the plastics and related industries due to the variety of forms in which they may be processed. As thermosetting materials, they are cured or cross-linked by the addition of a hardner to the original liquid resin. The repeating molecular structure is attached to terminal molecular groups as curing taken place. Epoxy Resins are now produced in most of the developed countries of the world. But in India, although this item was introduced in late fifties, but indigenous Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1380 KGS/Day Land & Building (450 sq.mt.) Rs. 11 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 20 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 26 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 66 Lacs Rate of Return 39% Break Even Point 55%
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SPORTS GOODS (FOR BALL VOLLEY BALL, BASKET BALL)
The importance of sports is increasing day by day at educational institute and even otherwise through various programmes. Olympics, Asid, Commonwealth games and various matches and tournaments played between various countries atract increasingly the young boys and girls towards Sports Foot ball, Volley ball & Basket ball, etc. The most popular game throughout the world, but it is played in certain countries very much like U.S.A, England, Australia, France Sweden etc. These games as very popular in India. Sport Goods are essential part of the game. It is played mainly by the young blood but it is popular in all age groups and enjoyed by all of them. These sports also played by girls also. It shows the popularity of the game.To make more popular government is giving facilities and incentives to those students and people who are in the game to devote more time in this game. Government has started fellowships and awards to increase the level and popularity of the game. These sports are not only popular in India but throughout the world.And every year many International events are held like. These Games are to be played in open field by childrens and young persons to increase stamine and fitness. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 300 Nos/Day Land & Building (350 sq.mt.) Rs. 2.09 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 15 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.93 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 5.22 Cr. Rate of Return 72% Break Even Point 20%
Good Health is fundamental to the development of mental and spiritual aspects of human personality. Health and human development form integral components of overall socioeconomic development of any nation. There is our national commitment to attain the goal of “Health for all by the year 2000 A.D.”. in accordance with ALMA - ATA Declaration september 1978. In order to sustain good health and a happy life, healths and fitness has become a major part of layout for various plans. Eradication and control of communicable diseases, cureness of food as a subject matter for day to day life are being balt with under expert supervision. In addition to above projects Health & Fitness include in their range education towards fitness equipments, machines, sports and symmatic equipments, compact home exercises units, sports goods, health foods, health literature and beauty care. In addition yoga, meditations sessions neutritional counselling, steam sowna and hydrotherapy, body building aerobic exercises, executive stress management are also included in the total concept of the theme. Health club beauty parlour, Hair saloon and sauna bath have become very popular in urban area as they help achieve the derived objective in a modern arganised relaving and recreative way. To keep body alert and straight various practices and equipments are necessary which are pupeuated by various health club and their assemplies. Cost Estimation Plant Capcity 150 Member/Annum Land & Building (Area 100 sq.mt.) Rs. 3 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 15 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 4 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 24 Lacs Rate of Return 59% Break Even Point 40%
PAVER BLOCK & TILES
Tiles are thin slabs of baked clay used for the construction of roofs, walls, or floors. They may be plain or ornamented, and glazed or unglazed. Tiles are also made from marble, cement, or plastic materials. The types and designs of tiles are many and varied, and they can be conveniently classified into two groups, namely, nonroofing and roofing. Non-roofing group comprises flooring tiles and wall tiles. Brick tiles used for lining irrigation water canals are generally included in this group. Flooring tiles are rectangular or hexagonal slabs, variedly designed and glazed. Wall tiles are hollow rectangular blocks usually glazed and decorated. Flooring and wall tiles are made from clay, cement and marble and of late from polystyrene and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Brick tiles are rectangular slabs made from clay. Roofing tiles are comparatively bigger tiles with an interlocking arrangement provided at one end of the tile. The sizes and interlocking pattern vary with the design. During laying, the hook of one tile exactly fits into the socket of the precedent tile forming a perfect roof structure. Ridge tiles are V-shaped pieces used for covering the joints of the sides of the roof.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2500 Tiles/Day Land and Building (2000 sq.mt.) Rs. 37 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 21 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 19 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 79 Lacs Rate of Return 73% Break Even Point 34%
GRINDING AND POLISHING MACHINE
Advances in grinding process have been controlled primarily by the development of abrasives and to a lesser extent by advances in bonding and manufacturing methods. The smoothness of the finish obtained with an Grinding and Polishing machine depends on its particle size and hardness as well as the mechanical force exerted. Grinding/Polishing machine is the most important machine both in production volume and utility. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 500 Nos./Annum Land and Building (1000sq.mt.) Rs. 1.35 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 10 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 7 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 8.57 Cr. Rate of Return 68% Break Even Point 19%
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INJECTION MOULDED PLASTIC AUTO PARTS
Electric lights are supplied with electricity from a storage battery. When the storage battery runs down, it can be recharged from an outside source, or from a dynamo, run from the engine. The old style ‘carbon’ filament in the electric globe consumed so much current that it was difficult to obtain a storage battery of a reasonable size and weight which would supply current from any length of time. The carbon filament lamp used a filament chemically treated and in a vacuum. The filament in the “Tungsten mazda” globe reduces the current consumption and is not liable to break with the unusual motor car vibration. There are three methods of furnishing electric current for car lighting.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 800 Kgs/Day Land and Building (250 sq.mt.) Rs. 60 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 31 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 41 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.43 Cr. Rate of Return 26% Break Even Point 50%
TECHNOLOGY OF PLASTIC ADDITIVES WITH PROCESSES AND PACKAGING
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BANANA FIBRE EXTRACTION AND HAND MADE PAPER
G.I. WIRE AND MS BINDING WIRE
G.I.Wire is becoming very prominent in modern times which is used for commercial use and for cable. The manufacturing process of G.I.Wire takes recourse to various machines viz. wire Drawing Machines, Galvanizing Plant Auxiliaries, etc. An important difference between bar drawing and wire drawing is that the bars must remain straight. The length of the bars which can be drawn is limited by the maximum travel of the carriage, which may be from 50 to 100 feet. The first operation, preliminary to drawing, is the pointing of the bars by rotary swaging or the use 6% swaging dies in a press or hammer. After the pointed end is inserted through the die and gripped by the jaws of the carriage, the hook is lowered to engage the chain. The speed of the chain at the beginning of drawing, when the bar is subjected to an impact load, is limited and should not be too high. On same draw benches it is possible gradually to increase the speed of drawing to an optimum value.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 3100 Pcs/Day Land & Building (Area 2200 sq.mt.) Rs. 2.45 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.62 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 1.74 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 6.38 Cr. Rate of Return 37% Break Even Point 55%
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY OF NON- FERROUS METAL PRODUCTS
ISBN No. 9789380772189
Rs. 1880/The book Manufacturing Technology of NonFerrous Metal Products covers Introduction to Non-Ferrous Metals, Manufacturing of Aluminium Products, Manufacturing Aluminium Pipe, Manufacturing of Aluminium Foil, Manufacturing of Aluminium Sheet, Manufacturing of Aluminium Kettle, Manufacturing Process of Aluminium Products, Heat Treatment of Aluminium Products, forming and Bending Processes of Aluminium Products, Bending Process of aluminium, Technology Innovation in aluminium Products, Manufacturing of Copper Products, Manufacturing of Copper Foil, Material Characterization Techniques, Forging Process of Copper, Joining Process of Copper, Manufacturing of Lead Products, Manufacturing of Lead Acid Battery, Types of Lead Acid Batteries, Production of Lead Oxide and Pigment, Manufacturing of Lead Crystal.
Banana is a gigantic herb and a food fruit crop an ancient species cultivated all over the world.India is a largest Banana producer next to Brazil. The fruit is a main source of vitamin and protein and the leaves find its application as a bio plates for serving food. The other portion of Banana plant are dumped as waste and is converted as a fibre using fibre extraction machinery. This process is done only after harvesting the Banana. In India we have around 5 lakhs hectares of banana cultivation and only 10 % of banana waste is extracted as fibre. Bananas occupy among tropical fruits a position comparable to that of apples among temperate fruits. Musa is the botanical name for bananas. They are grown over wide areas throughout the tropics from o o 30 N to 30 S of the equator. The major are the caribbean Islands, the central american countries, Eucador, Colombia and Brazil in S. America. The canary islands, Cameroons, Ivory Coast, Cong and Tanganyika in Africa, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Pilipines in Asia and a number of Polynesian islands in the pacific. The banana plant is cultivated mostly in the tropical but situated o within the 60 F is others north and south of the equator. In certain parts of India, in many pacific islands and in tropical of the people. Fresh fruit is later as dessert, while unripe fruit and fruit flour cooking types are eater as vegetable. Fruit pulp is dried and processed into flour or preserved in many forins for Subsequent use.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2MT/Month Banana Fibre 10 MT/Month Hand Made Paper Land & Building (10000sq.mt.) Rs. 37 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 16 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 20 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 75 Lacs Rate of Return 60% Break Even Point 44%
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TECHNOLOGY OF PAINTS & COATINGS WITH FORMULATIONS
ISBN No. 9789380772202 Rs. 1880/The book covers Resins (Water Borne) for Coatings, High Solids Green Coatings (Air Drying), Technology of Primer Compositions (Alkyd Resins), Acrylic Polyols Technology, Biodegradable Surface Coatings, Binders for Premium Paints, Cyclized Rubber in Surface Coatings, Coatings for Medical Application, Dacro Coating, Epoxy Resin, Extraction, Modification and Applications of CNSL/Cardanol Based Epoxy Resin, Elastomeric Poly urea coatings, Formulation of 2K Waterborne Concrete Floor Coatings, Green Coating, Herbal Coating, High Temperature Coatings Technology, Infrared Spectroscopy: Its Relevance in the Field of Surface Coating,Marine Paints & Coatings, Magnetic Paint, Nanotechnology, PU Coatings, Photo Luminescent Paints, Polyaspartics, Phenolic Resins, Paints based on Agricultural Materials, Polyester Powder Coatings, Paint Coating on Galvanized Steel in Coil Coating Line, Photocatalytic Coatings,Ketonic Resins, Radiation Cure Coatings, Self Healing Coatings, Stealth Coatings for Aircraft and ships, Sol Gel Coatings etc.
SOLAR & SOLAR BASED PRODUCTS IN CD (COST RS. 16,854/- FOR CD)
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Cosmetic Processes & Formulations Hand Book with Herbal Cosmetics Technology & Formulae
Price 1030/Descriptions:Deodorants and Antiperspirants preparations. Introduction: Antiperspirants are used primarily to reduce (auxillary) wetness. Deodorants (except soaps) are employed to reduce axillary odour. Since this is considered a non-therapeutic purpose and a function of the body is not considered to be altered, they are classed as cosmetics.Several metal salts have astringent properties including those of aluminium, zirconium, zinc, iron, chromium, lead, mercury and several rarer metals.Mechanism of deodorants and deodorant ingredients.Since axillary odour is largely produced by the action of bacteria on nutrients present in apocrine secretion, any compound which inhibits, the growth of those microorganisms found in the axillae will, in theory, exhibit deodourant properties.
1. SOLAR ELECTRICAL CELLS & PANEL 2. SOLAR COOKER 3. SOLAR ENERGY WATER HEATER 4. SOLAR PUMP 5. SOLAR MODULES 6. SOLAR LIGHTING SYSTEM 7. SOLAR LANTERS 8. SOLAR WATER HEATING PANELS 9. SOLAR PRODUCTS 10. SOLAR PHOTO VOLTAIC SYSTEM 11. SOLAR POWER (ENERGY) PLANT
1.94 Cr. 80 Lacs 72 Lacs 3.18 Cr. 2.10 Cr. 2.10 Cr. 47 Lacs 1.25 Cr. 1.71 Cr. 50 Lacs 4.66 Cr.
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SCENTS AND PERFUMES
Perfumes are fragrant substances, generally of complex composition, which gratify the sense of smell. Perfumery is the art of production of perfumes by compoundig fragrant substances and in association with cosmetics, the art has been known since the earliest times. Perfumes are used not only for personnel adorn-ment but also for scenting soaps and cosmetics. They are also made use of in food products and pharmaceutical preparations in the form of flavouring agent. The perfumery Industry can be considered to have developed along many channels. A rich variety of odoriferous mateials occurs naturally as products of plants and animal metabolism. A few decades ago perfumes were composed primarily from natural material. Later isotates obtained form them were also used for compounding perfumes for example tepene alcohol and geraniol which have a lose odour, have been obtained from citronella oil. Today the variety of available natural perfume and flavouring materials is small compared to several thousands of synthetic materials. However the importance of natural perfume mateials have not been lost.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 10 KGS/Day Land & Building (1000 sq. mt.) Rs. 28 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 12 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 41 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 85 Lacs Rate of Return 127% Break Even Point 23%
The electrical and electronic waste (e-waste) is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world. The increasing market penetration in developing countries, replacement market in developed countries and high obsolescence rate make e-waste as one of the fastest growing waste streams. Environmental issues and trade associated with e-waste at local, transboundary and international level has driven many countries to introduce interventions. In accordance with the National Environmental Policy (NEP) and to address sustainable development concerns, there is a need to facilitate the recovery and/or reuse of useful materials from waste generated from a process and/or from the use of any material thereby, reducing the wastes destined for final disposal and to ensure the environmentally sound management of all materials. The NEP also encourages giving legal recognition and strengthening the informal sectors system for collection and recycling of various materials. In particular considering the high recyclable potential of e-waste such wastes should be subject to recycling in an environmentally sound manner. E-waste comprises of wastes generated from used electronic devices and house hold appliances which are not fit for their original intended use and are destined for recovery, recycling or disposal.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 30 Tons/Day Land & Building (4 Acres) Rs. 79 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 32 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.35 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.80 Cr. Rate of Return 122% Break Even Point 25%
An Industrial Monthly Magazine on Hi-Tech Projects & developed and underdeveloping Technologies with lucrative Project opportunities Editor Sudhir Gupta (Industrial Consultant) Ankur Gupta (Assistant Editor)
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When detergent is mentioned, the cake, bar or powder usually comes to mind. For small manufacturers, the best advice on making liquid detergents is to purchase from primary producers an intermediate dodecyl benzene sulphonic acid (DDBSA) better known as acid slurry. They themselves,can neutrilize the doecyl compound in a variety of ways. They may use ammonia amines, soda or potash to yield liquid detergents. Generally, there are two types of liquid detergents. 1. Light duty liquid detergent. 2. Heavy duty liquid detergent. Light duty detergents are in general use, although heavy duty liquid detergents are also being made but this has not captured the market to any serious extent. Liquids detergents, which actually proceeded powders, are used mainly for fine wash and dish washing. It can undoubtly be said that liquid detergents are an important part of today cleanser markets of developed countries. In India, liquid detergents is under development stage, except that is used in large quantities in textile mills for wet processing for textile goods. In certain parts of the world, pastes which are purely sodium dodecyl benzene sulphonate in a fairly concentrative from are used for dish washing. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 500 Kgs/Day Land & Building (500 sq.mt.) Rs. 21 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 4 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 5 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 30 Lacs Rate of Return 13% Break Even Point 77%
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Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, Emchi (Tibetan) and Prakrtika Cikitsa (Naturopathy) are the various traditional systems of medicine still prevalent in India. The word ‘Ayurveda’ is composed of two Sanskrit terms, viz., ‘ayus’ meaning ‘life’ and ‘veda’ meaning the ‘knowledge’ and taken together, it means the “Science of Life”. However, in a limited sense, it is always used to imply “the Science of Medicine”. Caraka has defined ayurveda as the “Science through the help of which one can obtain knowledge about the useful and harmful types of life (hita and ahita ayus), happy and miserable types of life, things which are useful and harmful for such types of life, the span of life as well as the very nature of life.
Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 25000 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Rs. 26 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 8 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 1.24 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.63 Cr. Rate of Return 131% Break Even Point 16%
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