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MINERAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.C.:9457,3944,2483

CONTENTS PAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. INTRODUCTION SPECIFICATIONS FORMULATION OF MINERAL WATER PROPERTIES OF WATER MARKET SURVEY PROPOSAL AND SCHEME OF TREATMENT PRE-TREATMENT PROCESS MANUFACTURING DIAGRAM SUPPLIERS OF PLANT & MACHINERY SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS 4 5 6 7 14 20 22 23 25 32

APPENDIX - A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. COST OF PLANT ECONOMICS LAND & BUILDING PLANT AND MACHINERY FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT RAW MATERIAL SALARY AND WAGES UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL COST OF PRODUCTION PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS BREAK EVEN POINT RESOURCES OF FINANCE A 1 A 2 A 3 A 5 A 6 A 7 A 8 A 9 A11 A12 A13 A14

NATURAL MINERAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.C.:9457,3944,2483

INTRODUCTION Potable spring waters containing, sulphur iron, magnesium and other mineral salts occuring in certain regions are claimed to be beneficial to human matabolism. They occur in specific and widely scattered locations best known of which are white sulphur springs (Virginia) Hot springs (Arkansas), saragoge springs (New York) Vichy (France Baden (Germany) and (U.S.S.R.) The therapitic value of such waters is questionable carbonate mineral waters also contain lithium salts. WATER SUPPLIES AND OTHER IMPURITIES Natural fresh water supplies are derived indirectly from the oceans; Clouds form by solar evaporation and the winds move the moisture overland to precipitate as rain, snow or hail. The water flows back to the oceans, completing the hydrological cycle. Water supplies are classified as surface supplies and underground waters. Surfaces waters are rivers, lakes, creeks, ponds, and reservoirs, wells & springs are the sources of underground water. Water vapour in clouds is generally pure but gathers dust and gases when it reaches the earth suspended organic matter and soil turbidy are picked up. Minerals are leached from the soil and socks and organic matter is added from municipal and industrial wastes and decaying vegetation. Well waters usually are free of suspended materials and organic matter due to filteration through the earth. Surface waters are generally low in mineral content but relatively high in suspended and organic materials. MAJOR IMPURITIES IN WATER The major impurities in natural water supplies are listed in Table 1. Most surface waters contain 50-250 pm. dissolved salts well waters contain 150-500 ppm. Water from the great laks contains about 150 pm total dissolved solids TDS.

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SPECIFICATIONS The following relating to water. are the Indian Standard Specifications

ISI - 3957 - 1966 - Quality tolerances for water for ice manufacture (Reaffirmed 1977) Apart from limits for chemical impurities, limits for radio activity color odour, turbity and pH. IS: 3025 - 1964 - Methods of sampling and (Physical and chemical) for water used in industry: Amendments No. 1 to 3) test with

Prescribes methods of sampling test (Physical and chemical) for water used in Industry. The appendixes deal with information to be supplied with the samples and the preparation of indication and buffer solution for determination of pH. IS: 7022 (Part I) - 1973 Glossary of terms relating to sewage and industrial of effluents part. water

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6 - . market.0 8.0 9.0 39.A.0 30. mg/litre Total solids at 180oC Bicarbonate Sulphate Calcium Potassium Magnesium Sodium pH 304.0 40.0 78.E.0 3.FORMULATION OF MINERAL WATER Following is the formulation of 'Cheims' brand mineral water bottled in the U.4 PAGE .

this ratio is called the threshold odor number (TON) A similar method is used to detect a distinct taste in water (see Flavour characterization). The sample is diluted with odor-free water until a ratio at which the odor is just perceptible is determined. are used. Panels of not less than five observes and preferably more than ten. bark. calcium carbonate saturation and stability. and should be similarly calbirated. and the unit of colour is that produced by 1 mg/L platinum as chloroplatinate iron. A thermistor is preferable even attempting to measure temperature different depths and for automated monitoring and surveillance. The sample may also be compared to suitably calibrated special glass color disks. and peat material. as well as in determining basic horobidlogical characteristics. can be used to obtain colour data (20). Turbidity in a sample can make the measurement of colour uncertain and is usually removed by centrifugation prior to analysis. Three special tristimulus light filters are available which. humus. A platinum-cobalt solution is used as the standard. when combined with a specific light source and a filter photometer. The standard is prepared from potassium chloroplatinate (K2PtCl6) and cobit chloride (COCl2.6H2O).1oC should be used. COLOR Many water samples have a yellowish to browish-yellow color which is caused by natural substances. leaves. and various forms of alkalinity. TASTE AND ODOR: The measurement of taste and odor is somewhat subjective and depends on the personal judgement of individuals.7 - . Although this method provides added prevision and accuracy. The color is usually measured by comparison of the sample with known concentrations of colored solutions. it is seldon worth the extra effort required. PAGE .PROPERTIES OF WATER PHYSICAL PROPERTIES TEMPERATURE : Water temperature is an important parameter in calculations of oxygen solubility. and standard mercury thermometer with readings to the nearest 0. The temperature should be taken in situ for accuracy. It should be calibrated against a precision thermometer certified by the National Bureau of Standards. eg.

DISSOLVED SOLIDS Dissolved glass-fibre filter 180oC.free at pH 4-9. It can be measured either colorimetrically or potentiometrically. solids are materials that pass and remain after evaporation and through a drying at PAGE . PH: The pH of most natural waters is 4-9 and should be measured in situ since it is subject to change once a sample has been isolated. The former method relies on color-indicator papers which are impregnated with pH sensitive dyes the metric requires the use interference . The filter is dried at 105110oC and the weight different is equal to the suspended solids. The electrode should be calibrated frequently against standard buffer solutions of known pH.8 - . SUSPENDED SOLIDS Suspended solids are determined by filtering a known volume of water through a glass-fibre filter and weighing the filter before and after filtration.

unless polluted Common Commom Common Uncommon Variable unless impounded Variable High Very low May be present Uncommon Uncommon Uncommon Common Constant Variable. PAGE .TABLE 1 GENERAL PROPERTIES OF NATURAL WATER SUPPLIES ________________________________________________________________ PROPERTY SURFACE GROUNDWATER ________________________________________________________________ Mineralization Dissolved oxygen H2S Pollution Color Turbidity Fe and Mn Quantity Organics Low Usually saturated Absent.9 - .

mg/L endrin lindame methoxychlor toxaphens (2.05 0.005 0.01 1.1 1.5 0 dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid turbidity.0 0.004 0.002 10.4.4 .10 - .10g 0. Bq/Lf gross alpha 226 Ra and 228Ra gross beta 0. ntu microbiological radioactivity.dichlorophenoxy) Acetic acid (2.TABLE .2 NATIONAL INTERIUM PRIMARY DRINKING .19 trihalomethanes.1 0.4 .0 0.2.WATER REGULATIONS ================================================================ Parameter Maximum Contaminant Level ________________________________________________________________ Inorganics.0002 0.05 1.4c 0.5d 0.010 0. mg/Lb ________________________________________________________________ PAGE . mg/Lb arsenic barium Cadmium Chromium lead mercury nitrate (as N) selemium fluride Organics (pesticides).1 0.

Those mainly affected were the smaller systems serving less than 100 consumers.11 - . To convert Bq/L to pci/gal. air d ntu = nephelometric turbidity unit: an arbitary unit based on the standard instrument used (see Turbidity). These were required to be adopted by the states. Among these were. 1. divide by 3. the economic impact was greatest on these utilities. Violations of the NIPDWR had to be reported to the public. Many water suppliers were required to improve their treatment processes in order to satisfy the regulations.3. (see Table 3). to convert mg/L to c.000 people. See also ref. The quality had to be measured at the free .a b Refs. 5.34. A function of the yearly average of the maximum daily temperature.4.flowing tap the consumer. 3. 4. To convert L to gal. 2 . PAGE . F g Several changes were instituted in all water-quality regulations by the requirements of the Safe Drinking water Act. but enforcement was not required. and the frequency of sampling depends upon the size of utility. of 2. levels depend on the analytical method used. Turbidity became a health . Applicable to utilities serving over 10.785: lb/1016 gal multiply by 8. multiply by 102.related parameter because of its interference with disinfection or with the maintenance of a disinfectant residual. Included were all supplies that served an average of over 25 persons of 15 connections for more than 60 d/yr. The turbidity is measured at an entry point to the distribution of the effect of turbidity on disinfection. Many smaller systems were regulated as public water supplies. Thus.

. mg/L iron.6 In 1982. tri and dichloroethanes.. PAGE ..05 6...3 0..12 - . This resulted from the unanticipated finding that many groundwater supplies in the United States were contaminated with industrial solvents that could affect human health.5 3 250 500 Chloride. The main contaminants were the chlorinated hydrocarbons.TABLE .. mg/L Zinc. trichloroethylene... units Copper. threshold odor number sulfate..5 0. mg/L Corrosivity Foaming agents.8.. mg/L Manganese... mg/L 5 ________________________________________________________________ a.. and vinyl chloride..250 15 1 Noncorrosive 0.. eg.. mg/L Total dissolved solids... regulations were developed to control the levels of volatile organic compounds in potable water supplies (7). Ref. mg/L pH odor. carbon tetrachloride.3 SECONDARY REGULATIONS PROMULATED IN 1979 BY THE EPAa ================================================================ PARAMETER SECONDARY MAXIMUM ----------------CONTAMINANT LEVEL ----------------. the dichloroethylenes....5 .... mg/L Color......

Despite the widespread contamination noted above. Historically. there has been an increasing trend toward the use of available groundwaters. It is marketted at places and regions where hygenic drinking water is not freely available. The ratio of treatment plants that use surface water to those that use groundwater is ca 2.water sources. primarily because of their lower pollutant content and the assurance of constant supply.000 community water supplies in the United States. PAGE . surface supplies hav been favouredes they are more readily available.13 - . USES Mineral water is bottled under very hygenic conditions under strict quality control before being marketed. However.5 for the 69. it is the larger plants that generally use surface . Its major use is in 5 Star hotels and hospitals where good quality pure water is required for potable purposes. The main problem is the low rate at which supplies are replenished.

the people are generally becoming aware of consuming clean pure water where it is easily available.MARKET SURVEY The market potential of mineral water was itself to tourism. and also the high income grade people who are travelling by flight. They generally consume mineral water. and impurities which sometime prove fatal to human beings. Government has announced national action plan for tourism in may 1992 to boost tourist arrivals and foreign exchange earnings. As ordinary water contains so many toxic elements. PAGE . the mineral water consumption is well advised. Mineral water is one of the important items which is directly consumed by people all over the world. which is gaining increasing significance in modern times. So major consumption of mineral water is generally assessed by the number of tourists arriving in India from foreign countries. But the economic condition of India is so poor that general people cannot afford the expenses on drinking water. by 1st class or AC 1st class train.14 - . In order to keep away from disease. Due to consideration of Health view point the consumption of ordinary water is gradually decreasing.

15 - .Table Foreign Tourist Arrivals ('000 NUMBERS)_ ---------------------------------------------------------------YEAR INDIA WORLD INDIA'S SHARE (PERCENTAGE) ---------------------------------------------------------------1 2 3 4 ---------------------------------------------------------------1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1591 1736 1707 1677 1820 1871 1935 393160 405306 n.a.a.43 0.a.40 0. PAGE .45 - ---------------------------------------------------------------Source: Statistical outline of India. n.a. 400000 n. n. 0.

3 1.a.2 n.5 194.5 1.a.2 209.6 - -----------------------------------------------------------------Source: Statistical outline of India. n.4 1.a. 0.TABLE FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNINGS FROM TOURISTS (US BILLION $) -----------------------------------------------------------------YEAR INDIA WORLD INDIA'S SHARE (PERCENTAGE) -----------------------------------------------------------------1 2 3 4 -----------------------------------------------------------------1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1. n.16 - .8 0.3 1.4 1.a.a. PAGE . n.5 1. n.

Sri Lanka and Nepal. positive force to economic development. West Germany.K. 25 percent for business and 11 percent for visiting friends and relatives. by in PAGE . Estimated demand of mineral water by 5% grouth rate increasing foreign tourists. tourists Looking to the pattern of foreign tourists in India..17 - . Tourism serve as a patent. It has also been seen that people travelling by flight also consume the mineral water at an average rate of 2 bottles per day. as by stimulate national About 43 percent of the tourists visit India for pleasure. Air travellers the coming future is estimated as follows. improve ecology or foster integration through mutual understanding.The consumption of mineral water is increasing in India the number of tourists from foreign country is increasing day day. AC travellers.S. The rest in descending order for U. Japan.A. Italy and Saudi Arabia Foreign exchange worth 4300 crores was earned during 1995-96 from foreign tourist. Pakistan.. U. 18 lakh tourists out of total of 4000 lakhs world visit Inda. France. it is found that around 30 percent from neighbouring countries like Bangadesh.

78.904 18.33.97.93. So.96.911 15.47.76.35.97.607 15.18 - . PAGE .287 16. a new entrepreneur can well ventrure into this field by installing a unit of mineral water to satisfy the present and future demand in the country.903 14.-----------------------------------------------------------------DEMAND OF MINERAL WATER (IN NUMBER OF BOTTLES) -----------------------------------------------------------------1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 13.47.98.799 YEAR ------------------------------------------------------------------ There exists a good demand supply gap.20.17.59.051 17.

BRAND NAME Bisleri & Bailery Golden Eagle & Mohun Dew Drops Himalayan Blissa Jal TOTAL CAPACITY MARKET SHARE 65% 3% 4% Diff. Punjab. Phagwara.. 7. Gangotri Mineral Pvt. Acqua mineral Pvt. Chennai.a) 36 Lacs Bottles (p. 4. Area. 100 Lacs Punches (25) p. U. segment 50% Diff.19 - .a) 28 Lacs Bottles (p. Sparkle Foods Ltd. 10. Uttar Pradesh.P. 8. Officers Choice 10 Lacs Punches Mr. NOIDA. Ltd. Mumbai. Solan. Ltd. U. Sect. 6.a) Alpine Beverage Ltd. Pik Acquaspa `Team' 12 Lacs Punch 43 Lacs Bottles (p.a) 29 Lacs Bottles (p. Amrit Ganges Minerals P. Segment 50% Insignificant 2% 10% 5% 3% 5% 280 Lacs Bottles (p. 9.a) 15 Lacs Bottles (p. `Team'. 11. Ltd. Ltd.a) 20 Lacs Bottles (p. Himachal. New Delhi.. A-57. 2. 3. Merodnagar. Pure Drinks Ltd.a) 5.LIST OF PRESENT MANUFACTURERS & THEIR CAPACITIES NAME OF COMPANY 1. Mohan Meakins Ltd.P. Uttarkashi. Alpine Okhla Ind. 8. Gangotri Pure Gangotri.a. New Delhi. Chennai NEPC -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PAGE . Himalayan Mineral waters Pvt. Ganganjal Jagit Industries Ltd. NEPC Agro Ltd.a) 50 Lacs Bottles (p.

Coarse Filtration : Oxidised water is passed through multigrade pre remove undissolved/suspended solids and precipitated of iron and manganese.e. Softening : Water after above operations is passed to sodium based Ion exchange softner. equipments. odour. feed.20 - .O.O. desired quality and parameters of treated water. free chlorine and anti scalant treatment of raw water in order to produce suitable specified feed water quality for R. passed through and colourless PAGE .PROPOSAL AND SCHEME OF TREATMENT Considering the analysis of raw water. the following scheme of treatment has been offered : PRETREATMENT Pretreatment is the process of removal of suspended/ undissolved solids.O. colour. Removal of BOD/COD : Though you have not analysed the BOD/COD. where hardness forming ions i. unit to maintain effecient and long working life of the membrances. Fine Filteration : After antiscalant treatment. we always prefer to include on-line chlorination and oxidation of borewell pump outlet to monitor zero level of BOD/COD. BOD/COD. calcium & magnesium are exchanged by sodium ions resulting in reduction of hardness to bare minimum and producing soft water for desalination in down stream R. water is passed through multi cartridges filter of 5 microns rating to produce clear pretreated water suitable for R. Deodourisation and removal of residual chlorine Water stream coming from coarse filters is Activated carbon filter bed which ensures odour clear filterate free from chlorine. smell. filter to impurities Decolouring.

may defeat the very purpose of nanometric porosity filteration. But we cannot blend this water to R. leaving the salts in the reject stream. The ultra filteration provided here will arrest all impurities larger than 0. system.Desalination by Reverse Osmosis : To bringing down the total solids in the water to desired level.O. virus and microorganism get arrested. final outlet PAGE . Blending & Balancing of Minerals : In Reverse Osmosis membranes process above 95% of dissolved solids of influent water are removed thus it becomes essential to balance the mineral content of water to medically and biologically recommended level and this is done by blending the permeate with filtered water bled out from exist of Activated carbon filter.O.21 - .005 micron even the bacteria. hence process is devoid of any corrosion. Since the membranes arrest any impurities larger than 0.1 micron rating filter at for filling. Final Sterlisation at Filling Point : We have provided 0.04 mg/1 ozone in the water to produce ultra fresh crystal clear water. we have offered the latest and state of art technology practiced the world over and used by us for our customers in India and abroad. pure water migrates through semi permeable ultra filteration membranes. Thus it becomes imperative to pass this water stream through micron filter and a ultra filteration unit.01 micron and thus blended water shall be as per desired specifications. In this process. In the R. Final Sterlization: The water from last step is finally treated by ozonation to ensure minimum level of 0.O. Provision is kept for making up the minerals in post blending stream by dosing of minerals concentrate if that is felt essential. permeate straightway because filtered water exist activated carbon filter though having same mineral content as raw water may have microscopic impurities of less than 5 microns and mixing this with R. no acid or alkali is used. before bringing this to blending step.

off Make Storage Tank Capacity Control : : : : : : Electronic metering Pump One Asia LMI/SEICO (Italy) PP Chemical grade with level indicator 100 Lts. Synchronised feed pump. for auto operation with On-Line Oxidation of Raw Water : Centrifugal type 1000 CFM @ 100 mmWC EJector injection.PRE-TREATMENT PROCESS (COAGULATION OF SUSPENDED IMPURITIES AND STERLISATION [STAGE-I] BY OXIDATION) Chlorination Unit : Feeder Nos.22 - . complete air blower complete with motor capacity with flange nozzle for ozonised air PAGE .

MANUFACTURING DIAGRAM _____________ | Tube Well | |_____________| | | ____________ _____________ __________ ______________ ____________ | |Raw Water | | Sand Filter | : : | Activated | : Reverse : +-->| Storage |-->| Unit :---> : Softening:--->| Carbon Filter|--->:Osmosis Unit:-----+ |____________| |_____________| : _________: |______________| :____________: | | Bottles 300-500 Ozone Gas Addition of | | TDS | salts | | | | _________________ ________________ __v_____________ ________________ | | | Bottle Filling | | | : : | Blending and | | ----| & Sealing unit |--->: Sterilization :___> |Gas Injection |-----| Mixing |<---.23 - .+ | |_________________| :________________| |________________| :________________: | | __________________________ | | Quality Control and | | | Testing | | |__________________________| | ______________ | | Packing | |---| Section |------|______________| | | | Dispatch PAGE .

These benefits permit the use of this technology in various sectors such as mineral water. superior bottle clearness and brightness superior mechanical resistance to compression. fluage and bursting and the possibility to produce bottles with special bottoms in order for them to contain medium gassed soft drinks and mineral water. 'Automa' has developed and fine tuned the extrusion stretch blow technology (the first in Italy) for producing bottle in PVC and PAN upto 2 litre Cap. vegetable oil. cosmetics etc. PAGE . The automatic machine for the production of bioriented bottles using the stretch blow technology is "Speed 3 SB" is available from W. This technique allows for various benefits with respect to the traditional method of extrusion blow moulding PVC such as reduced cost of resin due to absence of impact modifiers reduction of bottle.24 - . Germany. Weight upto 25% increase in impermeability.BOTTLE FILLING & SEALING UNIT The bottle used for this unit are initially purchased from the market and later on a unit is installed for manufacture of the plastic bottles. soft drinks syrup. BOTTLE FILLING AND PACKING After filling the quality mineral water in Bottles the same are packed in cardboard boxes each containing 10 bottles.

12/13. Control Instruments.600 021. Gupta & Sons. 21.. Shalimar Industrial Estate. Ltd. Mumbai .D. (India) Pvt. I. G-25.400 019. Chennai . Unit No. Patel Road. Street No. 5 Balbir Nagar Ext.25 - .. Shahdara Delhi . B.110 032 PAGE . New Delhi . Angappa Naicken Street.B. Ions Hydro (P) Ltd.Dutt & Co.110 002. 14/2. 1/4958. WATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT Arudra & Company. Calcutta . Old China Bazar Street.SUPPLIERS OF PLANT & MACHINERY WATER DISTILLATION UNITS:Adair .700 001. Asaf Ali Road.

2.700 028.V.. Moses Road. Mumbai . Engineering Co. Nariman Point.. Express Towers. 28th Floor.P.400 011. Jassore Road. Dum Dum.26 - . Mumbai . Mumbai .400 021. E. Nariman Point.400 021. 28th Floor.. A. TANKS: ACC Vickers Babcock Ltd.. Calcutta . Tieciocon House.Ion Exchange (India) Ltd. Express Towers. PAGE . Dr. VESSELS Ace Vickers Babcock Ltd. Ltd.

Old Custom House Road.. Manu Mansion.400 001..Dutt & Co. 16.400 001. Forbes Street. 6th Mile. New Delhi . Manu Mansion. Asaf Ali Road.400 001.Achmec India Corporation. Ltd..27 - .. Ltd. STERILIZERS Adair. Amar Bharat Fabricators. Batliboi & Co. PAGE . Mumbai . PUMPS Achmec India Corporation. 16. Kanakpura Road.360 011. (India) Pvt.110 002. Mumbai . Old Customs Road. Mumbai . Pvt. Bangalore . 21.

Ahmedabad . PAGE ..400 021..400 018. Express Towers. Mumbai . 28th Floor.Aeromatic Engineering Com. Dr. Anil Road. Ahmedabad . Block 'A'. Anup Engineering Ltd. Near Gujarat Bottling Rakhial.. Post Box 1164. Shiv Sagar Estate. Akay Industries. Worli. Mumbai . Annie Besant road. Anil Starch's Premises. Pipe line Accessories ACC Vickers Babcock Ltd.380 002.28 - .380 023. Nariman Point.

400 011. PAGE . 12. Badal Dinesh Bagh (East). 26. Phone : 23-4243/23-1710 EMGOS (Calcutta) INSTRUMENTATION Asco Electronics. Off. Tieciocon House. Pvt.110 002. Calcutta .Dutt & Co.29 - . Associated Instrument Manufacturers (India) P. 47/21.110 002.. ION EXCHANGE Ion Exchange (India) Ltd. E.. Yarendawana. New Delhi . Asaf Ali Road.411 014. (India) Pvt.700 001. Ltd. Ltd. 21..Bengal Engineering Co. Ltd.. Adair. Dr. Poona . New Delhi . Mumbai . Moses Road. Asaf Ali Road..

) PAGE .400 007.. Shamli Dist. (India) Pvt. Poona . Yerandawana.P. Maulana Shankatali Road. Asaf Ali Road.100 055.Dutt & Co. 2H/14. 21. Railway Station.411 014. FILLING & SEALING MACHINERY Amiri Metal Industries. Agco Electronics.110 002. New Delhi . Embico Traders. Jhandewalan Extension. Office : 47/21. New Delhi . Opp. FILLING MACHINERY Chemide (India). Ltd. Mumbai .LAB INSTRUMENTS Adair..30 - . Muzaffarnagar (U. Maganlal Nagar.

400 011. Gardners Corporation. Opp.P. Shamli Dist. PAGE . Express Towers.400 005.B. Mumbai . Fort.400 001.) Fredbrick Herbert. 299. Doctors Lane. Ltd. Mumbai . Gladwyn & Company. 251.. Colaba. New Delhi .110 001.31 - . No. P. Naoroji Road. 2nd Past Lane. 6.The Associated Cement Cos. Nariman Point. 10. D. Muzaffarnagar (U. BOTTLE FILLING MACHINERY Amiri Metal Industries. Mumbai . Railway Station.

O. No. POTASSIUM SULPHATE M/s. Amrut Industrial Products..B. SODIUM CARBONATE (SODA ASH) Dharangedhara Chemical Works Ltd. Mumbai . Bhavnagar. Bharat Chemical Industries. P. Jhama pukhar Lane. Gujarat. 23/3. PAGE . Burma Line and Chemical Co. Shamaldas Gandhi Marg. Ltd. H.O. Mumbai.32 - .. H. Calcutta . Sakar Bazar. Kalbadevi. 2.400 021. H.O 'Narmal' 3rd Floor..SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS MAGNESIUM CARBONATE 1. 2445. Anand Bhawan.700 009. Nariman Point.

Chowringhee.O. H. H. CAUSTIC SODA Ballarpur Industries Ltd.O.. Calcutta . HYDROCHLORIC ACID The alkali and Chemical Corpn.SODIUM BICARBONATE Durgapur Chemicals Ltd. Mumbai . 34. Little Russell St. of India Ltd.16.33 - . 124.. H.700 016. Churchgate Reclamation. 159. H. Calcutta .400 020.. SODIUM SULPHATE Century Chemicals. Industry House. Thapar House. 6.O.. Janpath New Delhi-110 001. PAGE .O.

Haryana. Faridabad. Sector 27 -C. 50. Shanti Nagar. M/s. Santacruz.34 - . Accurate Moulds & Dies.400 055. CARD BOARD BOXES M/s. Vakola. East Mumbai . Faridabad. Mathura Road. United Industrial House. Fas Pack Industries. PAGE .BLOW MOULDINGS M/s. Vita Packing . Haryana. 18/1.

35 - .90/12.20.20. DDA Shed. Sen Cap & Co. DLF Industrial Area I. C . Ltd.. Pouches :M/s. 6811179. Ph. 6814281. Aparna Print Pack Pvt. Roshan Plastics Pvt.PLASTIC BOTTLES M/s. Phase I. Ph.I. 6814684. 6846174. Phase II. Ltd. Okhla.16. F . Haryana. M/s. PAGE .20. Ram Say India Packaging Corporation. New Delhi . 21/1. Okhla. New Delhi .. New Delhi . Okhla.62. Phase . Faridabad.. M/s. Ph. B .

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of shifts One shift = = = = 25 days/month 300 days/annum 1 per day 8 hours 12500 BOTTLES (PET)/DAY OF 1LT 20000 POUCH/DAY OF .C.00 /day 7500000.00 /annum MINIRAL WATER Basis No. PAGE .Rs. of working days No.C.25 LT EACH 375 DISPENSER/DAY 20 LT EACH Currency .:9457 J.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. 9457 Page A- 1 PLANT ECONOMICS Rated Plant capacity = = 25000.37 - .

4. 7.C. Rs. @ Rs. @ Rs.38 - . Rs. Mts. 33. 3000/. Mtr.50. 3500/. 3. 2. Mts.50.per Sq. 9457 LAND & BUILDING Page A- 2 1. Parking.30. 3. 3000/.000. Land Area Required 1300 Sq. Working Shed 500 Sq. Other Miscellaneous Expenses like Loilet.50. 600/.00.000.:9457 J. 2. Mts. @ Rs. Mts. Boundarywall. Mtr.000. Administrative Building in 100 Sq. Mtr.) TOTAL Rs. (L.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. @ Rs. Rs.00 4. Mtr.80.per Sq.00 -----------------------Rs.000.00 ------------------------ PAGE .00 5.000.00 15. Gate etc.per Sq. Raw Material & Finished Product Storage in 150 Sq.00 Rs.per Sq.C.S.000.

50.39 - .I) Pneumatic Bottle Filling System Miscellaneous Taxes Duty Transporation & Installation Charges TOTAL 1 No. Rs.000. 3.000. 37.000.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. Rs. 31. 9457 PLANT & MACHINERY Page A- 3 1.C.000.00 1.00 -----------------------Rs.00. Mineral Water Making Plant (As per Annexure .50.000.:9457 J.50.00 3.50. Rs.C. 2.00 ------------------------ PAGE . 4.00 1. Rs.

:9457 J. Rs. 5.000.000.00 -----------------------Rs.00. Office equipment.50.000.000. Rs. furniture plus other equipment & accessories Installation costs for water.50.40 - . 4.00. 3.000.00. 10.C.00. Pre-operative & preliminary expenses D. Rs.00 1.00 ------------------------ PAGE .G. fuel etc.00 1.00 2. electricity. Set 35 KVA Miscellaneous including Contigency Expenses TOTAL Rs.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. 2.C. 9457 OTHER FIXED ASSETS Page A- 4 1.00 3. 2. Rs.000.

33.000.00 ------------------------ PAGE .C.000.00 -----------------------Rs. 9457 Page A- 5 FIXED CAPITAL 1.000. Rs.00 10.50. 3.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.00.000.41 - . LAND & BUILDING PLANT & MACHINERY OTHER FIXED ASSETS TOTAL Rs.:9457 J.00 37. 2.30. 80.80.C. Rs.

00 6.per Pouch Pet Preforms (For 1 Lt. -----------------------Rs. @ Rs.50/. Bottle) 3. Lables & Neck Seding Material Cartoon Box. Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) 625 Kgs.50 ------------------------ PAGE .350. @ Rs.750.687. 5.00 5.625.:9457 J.03. for 12 Bottles 26. Rs. 13. 250 Ml. Rs.42 - .000.C.12.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. 500000 Nos. 3/.00 8. @ Rs. 7/.00 4. 90. Rs. @ Rs.each Cost of Hiring Dispensers 20 Lts. @ Rs.050 Nos.00 2. Rs. Rs. 9457 Page A- 6 WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT/MONTH RAW MATERIALS 1.000. 7. 4.50 55.00 20. Hydrochloric Acid (HCL) Commercial Grade 1875 Ltrs.18/.37. Pouches.82.:70 Micron thicknes of Virgin Film.per Ltr.. 3/.000. 0. 9375 Nos. 3. Rs. Rs. 0. Cap. 14/.C.500.912.per Kg.each Caps. 9. 1.00 8. @ Rs.each Miscellaneous Materials TOTAL Rs.500 Nos.

5 No. 1 No.C. TOTAL -----------------------Rs. Rs.000.00 -----------------------Rs.a.000.00 ------------------------ PAGE .:9457 J. Rs. 9457 Page A- 7 SALARY & WAGES / MONTH 1. 22.00 9.000. 1 No. 3.C.00 -----------------------Rs. Rs. 5. 1. Rs. 1. 3 No. TOTAL Rs.00 Plus perks @ 20% p. 15. 2 No. Rs.000.000. 2 No.00 12.35.00 7.43 - . 6. 4.00 20.00 7. Manager Supervisor Accountant Skilled Workers Semi Skilled Workers Sales Representative Typist/Clerk Chowkidhar/Peon 1 No. Rs. 8.00 8.000.00 35.600. 2. 10 No. Rs.000.000.000.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.13. 7.600.

75.C. Rs. Rs.000.00 4.000. 3. Rs.:9457 J. 4.000. 5. 2. 9457 Page A- 8 UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS 1. Conveyance & Transportation etc. Rs. Postage. 24. Rs.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.000.00 3.44 - .00 ------------------------ Total load is 39 Kwatts PAGE . 8. 6.00 -----------------------Rs.000. Water Consumption of 4000 KLs @ Rs. 7.00 5.C.00 12.50 per Kwatt hr. Publicity & Sales Promotion Repairs & maintenance Miscellaneous Consumable Stores TOTAL Rs.500.500. Rs. Telephone etc. 3. Power Consumption of 7000 Kwatt hrs @ Rs.000.00 8. 3.00 4.00 15.00 per KL Stationery. Rs.000.

037.600. Rs. 80.50 -----------------------Rs. 9457 Page A- 9 TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL/MONTH 1.16. Rs.259.500. 13.912.50 11.000. 3.:9457 J. TOTAL 11.03. 45. WORKING CAPITAL FOR 3 MONTHS MARGIN MONEY FOR W/C LOAN COST OF PROJECT TOTAL FIXED CAPITAL MARGIN MONEY Rs.45.15.00 PAGE .259.C.259. Rs.00 75. 2.38 1. RAW MATERIAL SALARY & WAGES UTILITIES & OVERHEADS TOTAL Rs.36. 2.50 1.00 -----------------------Rs.36.38 -----------------------Rs. 92.45 - .MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. 15.35.C.012.38 -----------------------Rs.80.

26.C. Rs.10 TOTAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT TOTAL FIXED CAPITAL TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL FOR 3 MONTHS Rs.00 45.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.037.:9457 J. TOTAL 80.50 -----------------------Rs.45.000.037. 9457 Page A. 1.50 ------------------------ PAGE .46 - .C.25.80.

Rs. 2.11 COST OF PRODUCTION/ANNUM 1.00% on office equipment & furnitures TOTAL Rs.00% on T.000.81.I Depreciation @ 6. 4.C.15.00 -----------------------Rs.47 - .72.50% on buildings Rs. Rs.C. 5.37. 9457 Page A.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.00 9.80.C. 40.75 1.150.:9457 J.00 Rs. 22.506.500. 1.00 Depreciation @ 25.906.95. 2. Working Capital for 1 year Interest @ 18.65.750.00% on Plant and Machinery Depreciation @ 20. 3.75 ------------------------ PAGE .

60/. each) @ Rs.50 71. 0. lt.26 2.C.75 PROFIT SALES RATIO = = Profit / Sales x 100 90.C. By Sale of 3750000 Bottles/Pet of Miniral Water (1 ltr.01 29.95. 3.06. (1.037. Dispensers (20 ltr.25.26 -----------------------------.79..00 2.01 90..06..000.75.26 -----------------------------.000..I = x 100 90.15. Bottle Each) @ Rs.X 100 1. Rs.000. contd.each By Sale of 6000000 Nos.60 % = RATE OF RETURN = Operating profit / T. 27.00.093.00 3..000. of Miniral Water Pouch (250 ml.01 4.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. 1.:9457 J...12 Rs.. of refelling TOTAL Page A.75.50/.00.. 36.per lt. 6.48 - .01 ------------------------ PROFIT = = = RECEIPTS . Rs.C. 0.093.COST OF PRODUCTION 3.093.each Earning by the refilling Charges of 112500 Nos.75.) of Mineral Water @ Rs.000.26.06..000.91 % = PAGE . Rs. 9457 TURN OVER/ANNUM 1.79.43.each having 2250000 contd.906.75.20/. 2.79.00 -----------------------Rs.X 100 3.

13 22.P) Fixed Costs of the plant are as under 1.X 100 44.72.036. 9457 BREAK EVEN POINT (B.75 ------------------------ B.26 = = 32. 4. Rs.00% of overheads TOTAL Rs.50.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.093.00 6.E.400.:9457 J.75 -----------------------------.C.29.00 -----------------------Rs.79.29.C. = FIXED COSTS -----------------------------.X 100 FIXED COSTS + PROFIT 44. 3. 3.49 - .75 + 90.E. Interests Depreciation 40. 44.880.43.P.250.506. Page A.79 % LAND MAN RATIO = Total land / Manpower 1300 : 25 :: 52 : 1 PAGE .75 11.036.00% of salaries 40. 2. Rs.036.00 Rs.29.62.

26. 1.64.00% p.00% p. 27.a rate of interest 2.14 RESOURCES FOR FINANCE 1.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. Self raised capital from even funds & loans from close ones to meet the margin money needs at a @ 18.08.13 Rs. 64.00 % of fixed capital ) at @16.50 -------------------------- PAGE .00 Rs.00% p. Term loans from Financial institutions ( 80.778.00 % of working capital ) at @ 18.a rate of interest Rs.037.52. 9457 Page A.259.000. Bank loans for 3 months ( 75.38 TOTAL -------------------------Rs.a rate of interest 3.C.:9457 J. 34.C.50 - .25.

81.755.864.00 3.15 INSTALMENT PAYABLE IN 5 YEARS ================================================================================ Year To Financial To Commercial To others Total institutions banks (Rs.10.40 25.25.34.05 25.800.226.936.06 4.63 5.645.696.848.588.50 =============================================================================== = INTEREST PAYABLE IN 5 YEARS ================================================================================ Year On term loans On bank loans On self loans Total (Rs.007.50 4 12.50 42.68 8.00 6.007.88 25.25.88 25.28.00 4.25.03 1. 2752259) =============================================================================== = 1 12.25.13.51 - .70 25.25.35 =============================================================================== = TOTAL REPAYMENT SCHEDULE FOR 5 YEARS ================================================================================ Year Interest Instalments Total =============================================================================== = 1 21.50 5 12.00 % P.88 25.20 5 4.50 29.00 1.290.007.451.755.39.01 99.45.25.40 3 6.00 6.A.14.226.A.581.50.A.800.325.00 2. 6464000) (Rs.06.70 5 2.90 3 12.007. 6464000) (Rs.28.92.800.C.88 25.55 4 8.85.50 3 12.14.68.50.81.34 4. =============================================================================== = 1 10.92. @ 18. 3408778) (Rs.007.04 2.936.22.50.C.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.451.290.581.97.392.244.298.800.88 25.57.00 % P.081.05 3.800.50 33.007.63 5.92.68.75 2 8.25.95.50 46.50.57.63 5.05 4 4.007.92.92.755.652.50 2 12.432.50.63 5.35 17.580.943.00 % P.00 6.85 =============================================================================== = PAGE .96.20.50 38. 9457 Page A.90.755.240.85.01 12.007.63 5.75 25.406.81.13.:9457 J.007.43.53.00 6. 2752259) @ 16.25.43. 3408778) (Rs.451.00 6.27.25.69 21.82.35 25.007.162.00 6.81.234.451.645.98.451.755. @ 18.544.148.81.25.25 2 17.716.

3750000.00 ) @ 6.677.600.C.00 % P.00 2 1.03.81 20.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.96.50 % P.54.00 8.43.25 7.507. Total ( Rs.27.250.52 - .00 4.92 5 1.101.00 40.384.39. 2550000.846.75 25.00 % P.A.79 5.484.00 6.125.00 32.:9457 J.976.480.A.630.750.44.C.86 16.54 4 1.471. @ 25.343.902.65.11 3. 9457 Page A.64 2. 200000. =============================================================================== 1 1.692.37.16 DEPRECIATION CHART FOR 5 YEARS =============================================================================== = Year Building costs Plant & Machinery fur.25 3 1. & office equip.95.00 11.51.00 ) ( Rs.35.90.A.97.000.50 =============================================================================== = = PAGE .00 ) ( Rs. @ 20.00 9.26.000.00 5.500.

00% ================================================================================================ 1 70% 21472500 12726105 8746395 1143250 2143227 5459918 2729959 2 80% 24540000 14544120 9995880 890101 1714581 7391197 3695599 3 80% 24540000 14544120 9995880 697847 1285936 8012097 4006049 4 90% 27607500 16362135 11245365 551472 857291 9836602 4918301 5 100% 30675000 18180150 12494850 439693 428645 11626512 5813256 ================================================================================================ CASH FLOW STATEMENT FOR 5 YEARS = =============================================================================== YR CAP.C. Sales Mfg.C. 9457 Page A.:9457 J. Gross DepreInterest Net profit Net profit UTIL Expenses Profit ciation before tax after tax @ 50.53 - .MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J. Net profit DepreCash Repayment of Net surplus UTIL (after tax) ciation in hand Instalment =============================================================================== 1 70% 2729959 1143250 3873209 1974556 1898654 2 80% 3695599 890101 4585700 1974556 2611144 3 80% 4006049 697847 4703895 1974556 2729340 4 90% 4918301 551472 5469773 1974556 3495217 5 100% 5813256 439693 6252949 1974556 4278393 =============================================================================== = = PAGE .17 PROFIT ANALYSIS FOR 5 YEARS ================================================================================================ YR CAP.

758 0 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.31.309 1. Util.62.77.36.860 50.023 20.36.52.533 45. Util.25.000 51.012 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ASSETS 1.54 - . of Fixed Asset Working Capital in stock Surplus funds TOTALS 65.77.85.396 64. Util. 100 % Cap.91.90.39.66.17. W.34.616 0 18. Page A.340 34.53.10.677 81.:9457 J.268 13.145 27.MINIRAL WATER [KAT/MSR/7855]J.18 5 YEARS 3 Yr.778 27.63.50.92.047 65. 5 Yr.D.030 40.25.65.45.54.V.35.71.78. 2.037 40.40.29.C.750 44.913 72. 2.00.136 1.174 1.25. Promoters capital Net Surplus Term loans W/C loans TOTALS 27.52.31.654 26.332 27.81.174 1.78.26.85.259 46.000 53.54. 2 Yr. 4.649 37. 70 % Cap.511 1.058 99.800 0 34. Util.218 42.04.40. Util.27.08.030 36.012 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ PAGE .86.335 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.259 27. 3.77.83. 9457 PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET FOR Construction Period 1 Yr.65.56.726 1.526 36.85.61.037 1.640 0 31.61.511 1.037 61. 80 % Cap.49.68.98.39.45.64.726 1.804 32. 90 % Cap.11. LIABILITIES 1.200 38.C.398 1.600 12.95. 80 % Cap. 4 Yr.136 1.25.513 6.037 1.25. 3.81.400 25.26.49.42.

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