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Tubeless Radials

A Business Plant
submitted in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the
Degree of Bachelor of Technology
Under XXX

By
XXX
XXX

Under the guidance

ABSTRACT

. A tubeless tyre comes with a soft rubber chaffer, distinct from a rubberised
fabric chaffer in a tubed tyre. This works as an all-round air seal between the tyre
and rim.

As there is no tube, and, hence, no tube valve, a specialised valve is employed for
increasing/reducing the air pressure in a tubeless tyre. The valve (check out the
line drawing to see how it mounts) sits on the tyre rim and is ingeniously sealed
by a large high quality rubber seal which is easy to mount.

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The tube is integrated in the tyre construction, so to spead, having less weight,
helping handling engineers in the car companies realise the benefits of low
unsprung weight.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Completing a job has never been an easy go for a single person; often it is the result of
invaluable contributions from individuals in the surrounding in a direct or indirect
manner.

We are deeply grateful to our advisor xxx for having been a constant source of
encouragement for our Business Plan Report on “Tubeless Radials”.

In our association with our guide for this purpose, we experienced not only his in-
depth knowledge but also his affection towards us. We would like to thank all our
friends who have helped us for successful completion of our report.

Last, but not the least, we give our sincere thanks xxx, for giving us the opportunity
and creating a nice work environment for us to complete our Business Plan report
within the stipulated period of time.

Finally we thank xxx, for his continued drive for better quality in everything that
happens at NIST. This report is a small contribution towards the greater goal.

xxx
xxx

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 Name of the Entreprenuers :


xxx
xxx

1.2Proposed Project :
A tubeless tyre comes with a soft rubber chaffer, distinct from a rubberised fabric
chaffer in a tubed tyre. This works as an all-round air seal between the tyre and
rim.As there is no tube, and, hence, no tube valve, a specialised valve is
employed for increasing/reducing the air pressure in a tubeless tyre. The valve
(check out the line drawing to see how it mounts) sits on the tyre rim and is
ingeniously sealed by a large high quality rubber seal which is easy to mount.

1.3Major Product / Services :


Tubeless tyres will not result in sudden blasts in case of a puncture and there would
only be slow air loss.In a tubeless tyre, a rubber liner or a strip would replace the
conventional tube and this rubber strip would hold the compressed air which takes the
load during the operation of the vehicle.
A tubeless tyre weighed less and would also offer better
comfort and control at high speeds for the driver. On the pricing aspect tubeless tyres
would initially be available at more or less the same price of a tube type tyre.
1.4Proposed Locations :

Bhubaneswar/ Vishakhapatanam

1.5Type of Organisation :

Designing and Manufacturing organisation

2.ENTREPRENUER PROFILE:

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3.TYPE OF THE PRODUCT/SERVICES

3.1 Type of the Project :


Tubeless Radials.
3.2 Product / Services Description :
The tubeless tyres are safer than tubed tyres
when it comes to punctures in the tread region. In the event of a
nail hole or other small penetrations in the tread region, the air
leakage is very slow and sometimes, not at all, as the rubber
may make a seal around the penetrating object.

If it had been a tubed tyre the lack of control would have been
disastrous because on penetration of the inner tube, the sudden
tyre deflation makes air escape from all around the rim as well
as from the tube valve hole, catching even expert drivers
unawares.

Then there is another safety aspect for which tubeless tyres are
considered superior vis-à-vis the tubed tyres. In the case of a
total loss of air pressure, the tyre beads are more likely to
dislodge into the well of the rim rather than off the rim because
they are somewhat stiffer in design than tubed tyres.

Then there is the matter of cost. Adding a tube means adding a


cost component to the assembly. While this may be negligible,
multiply that by five (which is the number of tyres you have on
your car) and you are looking at a four-figure amount.

And crucially balancing a tubed tyre normally means adding


a good deal of weight to counter any radial run out and also
imbalances. Getting a tubeless tyre balanced is far more

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easier and accurate.

Tests have proved that thanks to the lesser weight and the
more optimised air retention, tubeless tyres also help keep
fuel efficiency levels consistent.
3.3 Major Consumers :
Our product will target all the small, mid-size
as well as luxury cars produced and perfected for India.

4.PROMOTERS :

1. Major Promoter of our project will be loans taken from banks.

5. MARKET POTENTIAL

5.1. Present Demand and Supply of the Product Competition :


Mercedes-Benz who fit their range of C-, E-, M- and S-class
cars with tubeless tyres, the only other car maker who
offers tubeless tyres is Toyota for its petrol-engined Qualis
MUV.

5.2 Target Clients :


Our product will target all the small, mid-size as well as
luxury cars produced and perfected for India.

5.3 Marketing Strategy :


Our Marketing strategy is simply to strike those upper middle class populations of our
society, as our product is convenient for them to use. Adding a tube means adding a
cost component to the assembly. While this may be negligible, multiply that by
five (which is the number of tyres you have on your car) and you are looking at a
four figure amount.

6.MANUFACTURING PROCESS
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6.1 Technical Know How Availability:

We deal with designing and manufacturing a multi–functioning Tubeless Radials.


They can function efficiently on rough. roads as they are puncture resistant. They are
motored to safety and can be repaired easily.

6.2 Step by Step Description:

1) First study the clients’ need, wants and demand.

2) Purchase of different machineries and equipments at a bargainable price.

3) Make a detailed analysis of its requirement and get it cleared among the team
taking that assignment.

4) Manufacture the product taking all details into account.

5) Test the product among a selected group of customers

6) If the response is positive then go for a large-scale manufacturing.

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7. PRODUCTION SCHEDULE

7.1 Number of Working Days per Annum:

The unit will remain open for all weekdays except Sundays and National holidays.

7.2 Number of Working Shifts:

Since it is a manufacturing and development unit it follows a shift system which has
working morning shift from 7:00am to 1:00 pm. and a afternoon shift from 2.00 pm to
8.00 pm.

8.DETAILS OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT

It is a Designing and Manufacturing organisation . The advantages far outweigh any


foremost from the handling point of view it has been established that the less the
unsprung weight, the better are the dynamics of the vehicle all throughout its
performance spectrum. Thanks to there being no inner tube, the unsprung weight
of a tubeless tyre plus wheel (alloy or steel is irrespective) is less than that of an
equivalent tubed tyre. Now I think it should strike you why racing cars use
tubeless tyres.

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(A) Land and Building :

Serial .No. Particular Area Total Remarks


Requir Value(Rs)
ed

1. Land 2000 5,00,000 In Vishakapatnam


Sq.Feet
2. Building 10,00,000 A Double stored Building
2000 with a manufacturing
Sq.Feet department and a small
office

Total : 15,00,000

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(B) Machineries / Equipments :

Serial Description Requirement Rate (Rs.) Total


No. Value(Rs.)
50,00,000
1. Tyre Bonder 1 50,00,000
2. Matrix 5 5,00,000 per 25,00,000

3. Hammer Mill 1 1,00,000 1,00,000


4. Extruxion Mill 1 1,00,000 1,00,000

5. Pulverizer 1 2,00,000 2,00,000


6. Steam Boiler 1 2,00,000 2,00,000
7. Air 5 2,00,000 per 10,00,000
Compresser
4. Office 1,50,000
Equipments
Total: 92,50,000

(C) Miscellaneous Fixed Assets :

Serial Particular Requirement Rate Total Value


No. (Rs.) (Rs.)

1. Adhering tire 2 1000 20000


component material 0
2. Furniture Sofa,Chair,Table,etc 30000

3. Land/Building 1500000

15,50000
Total
:

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(D) Preliminary and Pre Operative Expenses :

Serial Particulars Amount Remarks


No. (Rs.)
1. Interest during 5500000 If we take a loan of Rs
Implementation 5,00,00,000

2. Establishments 13,00,00 For creating the Business Area


0
3. Start Up Expenses 10,55,00 For starting the organisation
00
5,735,500
Total :

(E) Sales Revenue:

The sales revenue of the business depends on the number of clients it has dealt with in
the present year.
Yea Items( Quantity Rate per Total
r s) sold/Year unit(Rs.) value(Rs.)
2004 TYPE-1 500 10000 5000000

2005 TYPE-2 1000 12000 12000000

2006 TYPE-3 1500 12666.6 19,000000

36,000000

(F) RAW MATERIAL

Sr. Items Quantit Rate (Rs) Total Value


No. y (Rs)
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1. Crumb Rubber 400 Kg 80/kg 32000

2. Synthetic Rubber 100Kg 50/kg 5000

3. Carbon Black 100 Kg 3000/kg 3,00,000

4. Solvent 100Kg 3000/kg 30,0000

5. Nuprene 100 Kg 3000/kg 30,0000

6. Plastic Resin 50 kg 700/kg 35000

7. Nylon & Polyster 50kg 700/kg 35000


yan

8. Antioxidants 50kg 700/kg 35000

9. Processed Oil 70 litr 120/litr 8400

10. Nitryl Rubber 40kg 520/kg 20800

Total: 10712100

(G) Utilities:

Serial Particula Expenditure Remar


No. rs (Rs.) ks

1. Electricit 200000
y
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2. Water 50000

Total : 250000

(H). Salaries/Wages:

Serial. Particular Numbe Wages/Salary per month Annual Expenses


No s rs (Rs.) (Rs.)

1. Skilled 100 25,000 2500000

2. Office 50 30000 1500000


Staff

Total : 4000000

(I) Repairs and Maintenance:

Repair and Maintenance charges are based upon the amount of work to be put in by
the testing department.

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE


Sr. Particulars Amount
No. (Rs)
1. Different 5,00,000
machineries

(J) Selling and Distribution Expenses:

Serial Particulars Amount Remar


No. (Rs.) ks

1. Publicity 600000
Expenses
2. Traveling 400000

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3. Commission 200000

Total : 1200000

(K) Administrative Expenses :

Serial Particulars Amount Remar


No. (Rs.) ks

1. Stationery\Printi 38000
ng
2. Post\Telephone 25000

3. Entertainment 100000

Total : 163000

(L) INTEREST-Annual
Ye Outstanding Interest Installment Balance
ar Loan (Rs) (Rs) (Rs)
Amount (Rs)
10 50000000 5500000 5800000 ------

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(M) DEPRECIATION
Sr. Type of Asset Cost of Expected Depreciatio
No. Asset Life n
1. Different 92,50,000 10 years 92,5000
machineries

9. Working Capital (one month)/one cycle

Serial Item Rs.


No.
1. Raw Material 10712100

2. Salary 600000

3. Interest on Loan 5500000

Total : 16812100

10. Total Cost of the Project :

Serial Particulars Total Value


No. (Rs.)

1. Fixed Capital 12,300,000

2. Working Capital 27,706,320


Margin
3. Expenses 2216200

4. Contingencies 500000

Total : 42,722,520

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11. MEANS OF FINANCE:

Sr. Particulars Amount (Rs) Remarks


No.
1. Own Investment 50,00,000
2. Term Loan 5,00,00000

Total: 550,00,00,000

12.PROFIBILTY PROJECTIONS

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Sr. Particulars Amount
No. (Rs)
A. Sale Realization 36000000
B. Cost of
Manufacturing/Servicing
i) Raw Materials 10712100
i Utilities 250000
i) Salaries/Wages 4000000
500000
ii Repairs & Maintenance
i) Selling & Distribution 1200000
i Expenses
v) Administrative Expenses 163000
Interest 5500000
v) Rent 0
v Depreciation 925000
i) Misc. Expenses 200000

Total: 23450100

C. Gross Profit/Loss (A – B) 12,549,900


D. Income-tax 4,141,467
E. Net Profit/Loss 8,408,433

13. CONCLUSION

Our project is based on new technology so it will occupy special position in business market and will
have a heavy demand in near future. It is cost effective and gives best performance because it supports
latest technology. It is marketed as future product as it supports high durability and reliability.
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