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TOXIN FREE PAN MASALA, TOBACCO LESS GUTKHA AND ZARDA

INTRODUCTION

Now and in the upcoming time toxin free Panmasala, tobacco less gutkhaless tobacco Zarda demand is growing day by days are very common food products. Generally they are taken by the peoplesof all age group after their meals. Panmasala tobacco is the refined tobacco with catechu, chuna, flavouring agents and perfumery compounds etc. It refreshens the mouth and gives the feeling of cold in throat when taken in small amount. Panmasala tobacco is chewed either with pan or directly without any other thing. Zarda of various grades, specified by different numbers, constitutes different proportions of zarda in tobacco. The higher the grade number of zarda panmasala, the higher it will contain zarda content. Zarda if taken in high dose is injurious to health and gives the feeling of laziness and unconsciousness. Kimam is the sweetened masala, usually taken by peoples who are not in regular routine of chewing tobacco. It is generally a mouth freshner and believed to increase appetite by improving digestion system.

CHEWING TOBACCO

Chewing tobacco is cultivated in almost every state of the Indian Union. The important growing states are Chennai, Bihar, West Bengal, Punjab and U.P. Generally the same variety is consumed in a number of forms. Thus the disvariety (N. Tobacco) in Bihar is used both for hookah and chewing. The best middle leaves of Jati (N-tobacco and motihari M. Vasatica) with a brown colour thick texture and pungent taste are used. In Bengal for chewing while the rest of the leaves are used for hookah. The desi tobacco grown around Biswan in sitapur district is considered, suitable for chewing though it is also used to some extent for hookah.

PRODUCT USE

They are used in pan making or is consumed without pan ie., chewing the product. It is a very important ingredient of pan as it enhances the taste of all other ingredients of pan and also provides desired taste and freshness to the consumer. As already specified it is consumed after meals generally but its increasing practice has made it very common. It is used as freshner and it is believed to improve appetite by improving functioning of digestive systems.

Tobacco if taken regularly in high dose, makes the person lazy and further is very injurious to health. It causes diseases mainly of abdomen, lungs, throat and also problems in mouth related to teeth, tongue etc.

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Pan Masala tobacco, zarda of different grades and kimam is available in convenient sizes in pouches and also containers (tins) of metal, cardboard paper, plastics etc. The packages are sealed properly to maintain original freshness and taste and is made of attractive materials, which increases the interest of consumer.

MARKET POSITION

Now a days Pan Masala has very good market demand due to consumers habit. There is very good scope of pan masala.

Actuallys on pan masala market, data is not available but tobacco based product has market survey data. Basically pan masala

a substitute of tobacco products. Users of

tobacco products largely converted to use

pan masala.

PAN MASALA INGREDIENTS

1. LIME

The quick lime available from the market is in

the form of lumps. It is first slaked with water

to form hydrated or slacked lime. Care

should be taken while adding the water as

excess of water

form. Otherwise a powdered lime will be added as requirement. To make a fine powder it may be further ground and pulverised.

will made the lime in paste

in paste form. Otherwise a powdered lime

will be added as requirement. To make a fine powder it may be further ground and

pulverised.

2. BETAL NUTS

The betal nuts are first crushed or cut into small pieces. It is wetted in water in a tank over night so that the piece become quite soft.

3. CARDAMOM

Cardamom is peeled off its shell and the seeds are taken out. These seeds are then grounded and pulverised into a fine mesh size.

4. ATTAR & PERFUMES

Attar & perfumes are then mixed and

blended

well

before adding to the main

mixture.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity Land & Build.(Area 800 sq.mt.)

Plant & Machinery (Betal Nut Cutter, Dryer, Vibro Shifter, Spiral Mixer, Sieve, Grinder, Mixing Vat, FFS Packaging Machine, Storage Vessel, Packaging Conveyer, Tin Packaging Machine, Reaction Vessel, Tobacco Leaf Shredder, D.G. Set etc. Rs. 32 Lacs

450 KGS/Day Rs. 58 Lacs

W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment

Rs. 1.75 Cr. Rs. 2.81 Cr.

Rate of Return

75%

Break Even Point

39%

Cr. Rate of Return 75% Break Even Point 39% 14 PROJECT NAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

14

PROJECT NAME

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2.

3.

4.

5.LIQUID GLUCOSE

8.POTATO STARCH

9.

POTATO CHIPS

12.

14.

8.POTATO STARCH 9. POTATO CHIPS 12. 14. ALCOHOL FROM POTATOES DEXTROSE POWDER FROM POTATO1.55
ALCOHOL FROM POTATOES DEXTROSE POWDER FROM POTATO1.55 Cr. FROZEN FINGER CHIPS IM F L (WHISKY)
ALCOHOL FROM POTATOES DEXTROSE POWDER FROM POTATO1.55 Cr. FROZEN FINGER CHIPS IM F L (WHISKY)

ALCOHOL FROM POTATOES

DEXTROSE POWDER FROM POTATO1.55 Cr.

FROZEN FINGER CHIPS

IM F L (WHISKY) FROM POTATOES

6.POTATO CHIPS/WAFFER

7.POTATO POWD.(AUTOMATICPLANT) 3.53 Cr.

10.POTATO AND ONION FLAKES

11.POTABLE BEER (ALCOHOLIC) BASED

ON POTATO & BARLEY/MALT

POTATO POWDER

13.SAGO SEEDS (SABOO DANA)

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PROJECT NAME

PROJECT COST

1. ACTIVATED CARBON 77 Lacs

2. ADHESIVE (FEVICOL TYPE)

28 Lacs

3. AGARBATTI PERFUMERY COM.

73 Lacs

4. AIR CONDITIONERS & PARTS

60 Lacs

5. ALUMINIUM FOIL MAKING PLANT

1.34 Cr.

6. AUTO. BISCUIT PLANT (E.O.U.)

62 Lacs

7. ACID SLURRY, DETERGENT POWDER

76 Lacs

8. ALUMINIUM WIRE DRAWING

9. AFTER SHAVE LOTION 33 Lacs

10. AYURVEDIC MEDICINES 2.98 Cr.

1.43 Cr.

11. ALUMINIUM UTENSILS 3.61 Cr.

12. AUTO TUBES

56 Lacs

13. BAKERY UNIT

27 Lacs

14. B.ED AND LAW COLLEGE 3.46 Cr.

15. BEER PLANT (E.O.U.) 18.62 Cr.

16. BOPP ADHESIVE TAPES 50 Lacs

17. BRICKS FROM FLY ASH 1.28 Cr.

18. BUFFALOW MEAT PROCESSING (E.O.U.)

2.37 Cr.

19. BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING

1.30 Cr.

20. BREAD PLANT

1.89 Cr.

21. BANANA POWDER (E.O.U.)

69 Lacs

22. CATTLE AND POULTRY FEED

1.57 Cr.

23. CEILING FAN (E.O.U.) 42 Lacs

24. CALL CENTRE (INTERNATIONAL)

25. CANDLE MAKING UNIT SEMI AUTOMATIC

4 Cr.

 

34

Lacs

26. CASTOR OIL DERIVATIVE OLEORESIN

 

2.08

Cr.

27. COCONUT OIL FROM COPRA

3.62 Cr.

28.

COLD DRINKS

5 Lacs

29. COMPUTER SOFTWARE (E.O.U.)

30 Lacs

30. CONFECTIONERY (TOFFEE & CANDY)

 
 

42

Lacs

31. CORN FLAKES

32. CORRUGATED BOARD & BOXES

86 Lacs

1.15 Cr.

33. CYBER CAFE

34. CHEWING TOBACCO (KHAINE) (E.O.U.)

13 Lacs

21 Lacs

35. CALCIUM CARBONATE 3.50 Cr.

36. COOLANT (ENGING) 32 Lacs

37. CIGARETTE PLANT 15.82 Cr.

38. COSMETICS INDUSTRY (E.O.U.)

3.29 Cr.

39. CEMENT PAINT

11 Lacs

40. C.P. BATHROOM FITTINGS 89 Lacs

41. CHROME PLATING 20 Lacs

42. COPPER WIRE DRAWING & ENAMELLING

2.02 Cr.

43. COATED PAPER & BOARD (ART/CHROMO)

1.38 Cr.

44. CARBON PAPER

19 Lacs

45. CYCLE TYRES AND TUBES (E.O.U.)

3 Cr.

46. DISPOSABLE PLASTIC SYRINGES

72 Lacs

47. DAIRY PRODUCTS & MILK PACKAGING

 

1.73

Cr.

48. DETERGENT CAKE & POWDER

6 Lacs

49. DETERGENT POWDER (E.O.U.)

9 Lacs

50. ETHANOL (BIOFUEL) FROM MOLASSES 14.77 Cr.

51. EXTRACTION OF ESSENTIAL OIL

58 Lacs

52. EMULSION PAINTS 1.50 Cr.

53. EUCALYPTUS OIL 60 Lacs

54. EVA FOOT WEAR INJECT 1.45 Cr.

55. EXERCISE NOTE BOOK & REGISTER

(E.O.U.)

30 Lacs

56. EGG TRAY

58 Lacs

57. ELECTRIC SWITCHES, PLUGS, SOCKETS 38

Lacs

58. FOUNDRY

1.01 Cr.

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PROJECT COST

59. FIBER GLASS

60. FLORICULTURE (CUT FLOWERS) (E.O.U.)

38 Lacs

1.45

Cr.

61. FRUIT JUICE MAKING & PACKING (EOU)

3.66

Cr.

62. FOOD DEHYDRATION (E.O.U.) 1.92 Cr.

63. FISH FARMING

64. FOOD PROCESSING 1.13 Cr.

65. GARLIC OIL

66. GOAT AND SHEEP FARMING 27 Lacs

67. GOLD ELECTROPLATING 22 Lacs

68. GOLD CYANIDE POWDER (GPC) 1.20 Cr.

———

23 Lacs

69. GINGER OIL

69 Lacs

70. GINGER PROCESSING (E.O.UNIT)

1.16 Cr.

71. GUAR GUM

2.86 Cr.

72. GALVANISED IRON (G.I.) WIRE

3.22 Cr.

73. HAND MADE PAPER (E.O.UNIT) 60 Lacs

74. HERBAL COSMETIC (E.O.UNIT) 40 Lacs

75. HOLIDAY RESORTS

76. HDPE/PP WOVEN SACKS (BAGS) 2.14 Cr.

77. HERBAL EXTRACTS (E.O.UNIT)

7.58 Cr.

7.16 Cr.

78. ICE CREAM OF DIFFERENT FLAVOURS

91 Lacs

79. INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER 1.93 Cr.

80. JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY, PICKLE & SQUASH

43 Lacs

81. KNITTED CLOTH (SHRINKED) 1.07 Cr.

82. LEATHER GARMENTS, SHOE & CHAPPAL

2.64 Cr.

83. LUBE OIL AND GREASES 7 Lacs

84. LIQUID ADHESIVE (CORRUGATED BOX)

21 Lacs

46 Lacs

85. LEATHER TO LEATHER ADHESIVE

86. LATEX RUBBER CONDOMS (E.O.UNIT)

52 Lacs

87. MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER 88 Lacs

88. MUSICAL DOOR BELL 17 Lacs

89. MINI FLOUR MILL 17 Lacs

90. MANGO PROCESSING & CANNING 49 Lacs

91. MEDICINAL PLANT EXTRACTS (E.O.U.)

71 Lacs

92. MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION CENTRE 32 Lacs

93. MENTHOL BOLD CRYSTALS (E.O.UNIT)

29 Lacs

94. MINERAL WATER IN POUCH & BOTTLES

59 Lacs

95. MOSQUITO COILS AND MATS 35 Lacs

96. MOTEL/SMALL HOTEL 2.12 Cr.

97. MUSHROOM CULTIVATION & PROCESS

54 Lacs

98. MASALA/SPICES (E.O.UNIT) 51 Lacs

99. MUSTARD OIL (EDIBLE OIL)

100.MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE FOR MBA,

BBA, BCA, B.COM, BSIT, EXMBA, MCA

3.51 Cr.

 

4.85

Cr.

101.N.C.PUTTY

38 Lacs

102.NAMKEEN (BHUJIA, CHANACHUR)

8 Lacs

103.NUTS, BOLTS, RIVETS & WASHERS

66 Lacs

104.OLEORESINS FROM CHILLY & GINGER

1.93 Cr.

105.OIL SEALS (E.O.UNIT)

106.PAPER GLASSES FOR BEVERAGE 50 Lacs

107.PROCESSED CHEESE

108.PAN MASALA IN POUCH AND TIN PACK

34 Lacs

36 Lacs

 

26

Lacs

109.PAPER BAGS (SHOPPING BAGS)

32 Lacs

110.PAPPAD PLANT (AUTOMATIC)

30 Lacs

111.PET BOTTLES/CONTAINERS

4.85 Cr.

112.PET BOTTLES FROM PRE-FORM

12 Lacs

113.PICKLE, MURABBA & SAUCE ETC. (EOU)

 

91

Lacs

114.PLASTIC TOYS (E.O.UNIT)

37 Lacs

115. PLYWOOD AND PLYBOARD

1.57 Cr.

116. POTATO WAFFERS/CHIPS (E.O.UNIT)

1.47 Cr.

117.POUCH MAKING & GRAVURE PTG.

118.POULTRY & BROILER FARMING (E.O.U.)

20 Cr.

 

2.18

Cr.

119.PAINT INDUSTRY (E.O.UNIT)

15 Lacs

120.PAPER CARRY BAGS

1.05 Cr.

121.PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING PDTS.

14 Lacs

Cr. 121.PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING PDTS. 14 Lacs PROJECT COST PLASTIC TANKS H.D.P.E (SINTEX TYPE)

PROJECT COST

PLASTIC TANKS H.D.P.E (SINTEX TYPE)

124.P.V.C. PIPES AND FITTINGS

126.PRESSURE COOKER (E.O.UNIT)

127.POTATO POWDER (E.O.UNIT)

128.RUBBER GOODS FROM WASTE

129.ROLLING MILL 5.07 Cr.

130.READYMADE GARMENTS (E.O.UNIT)

131.RESTAURANTS WITH PUB

133.SOCKS KNITTING 25 Lacs

134.SOYABEAN PRODUCTS (E.O.UNIT) 4.70 Cr.

135.STRAWBERY CULTIVATION & PROCESS 3 Cr.

136.SHAMPOO (E.O.UNIT) 29 Lacs

137.SOLAR CELLS 1.66 Cr.

138.SILVER EXTRACTION FROM WASTE

139.SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

140.STARCH & DEXTRIN BASED ADHESIVE

141.SUGAR PLANT (E.O.UNIT)

143.SAFED MUSLI (EXTRACT & POWDER)

STEVIA CULTIVATION & EXTRACTION

146.TABLET, CAPSULE (PHARMACEUTICAL)

147.TEA BAGS (E.O.UNIT)

148.TEA PACKING (E.O.UNIT)

149.THERMOCOLE 40 Lacs

THREE STAR HOTEL

TISSUE PAPER AND FACIAL TISSUES 13.03 Cr.

152.TOILET SOAP (E.O.UNIT)

153.TOMATO PRODUCTS (E.O.UNIT)

TYRE RETREADING BY COLD PROCESS

158.WELDING ELECTRODES 96 Lacs

159.WOODEN FURNITURE (E.O.UNIT)

160.ZARDA KIMAM & TOBACCO (E.O.UNIT)

PROJECT NAME

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DISPOSABLE SURGICAL CAPS & MASKS

 

BAND-AID (JOHNSON & JOHNSON TYPE)

 

CREPE BANDAGE

Disposable surgical caps and masks are becoming very popular these days owing to their versatility of use by surgeons who wear the mask and cap while performing an operation and then these are disposed of after the operation that is why they are called disposable surgical caps and masks. In modern times surgery has advanced considerably with lots of innovation, which necessitates surgical operational measures to be adopted. For that reason, these disposable surgical caps and masks are extensively required. While manufacturing disposable surgical caps and masks, prior to packing, these are made sterile (i.e asceptic) by sterilization process so that no infection pervades while performing an operation. The raw material used for the manufacture of these disposable surgical caps and masks is tissue paper; which has very fine pores which permit the passage of air to the surgeon for breathing while performing an operation.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 10000 Nos./Day

Band-Aid (Johnson & Johnson) is the safest First Aid for the treatment of wounds, etc.

A

crepe bandage is a lightweight bandage

that is generally applied to provide warmth,

T

h e s e

a r e

m a i n l y

u s e d

i n

insulation and support in a variety of medical health situations. It can be used to treat sprains and strains, to help correct fractures and other bone problems in orthopedics, to serve as a compression bandage to support already bandaged varicose veins, and to support surgical gauze bandage dressings; a crepe bandage is never directly applied to wounds. The characteristic feature of this bandage is its elastic, stretchable property. This allows the bandage to be wrapped without trouble and with comfort over different body parts. It is very easy and quick to apply a crepe elastic bandage. It is important, however, to make sure that it is not applied too tight, otherwise the bandage may inadvertently act as a tourniquet, cut off blood circulation, and even create a potentially life- threatening situation. The bandage layers should allow for easy movement of limbs and should be able to expand if there is any swelling.

hospital/dispensaries homes for the wounds. Band-Aids are very convenient to use for instantly covering wounds which are healed. The mode of application of Band-aid is very simple and convenient as compared to surgical dressing, etc. Band-Aid has antiseptic which helps in healing process of wounds,injuries,etc. It is very convenient to apply on the affected area of the body which has met an injury. Band-Aid (Johnson & Johnson type) is used for instant covering of wounds and other skin damages met by injuries traumas and is very convenient to use on the spot. Band-Aid (Johnson & Johnson Type) is becoming very prominent and much demandable item in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Dispensaries and home,etc, for instant covering of wounds, injuries,traumas which provide antiseptic action and help in prompt healing of wounds. In view of their broad horizons of usage and to cater to the increasing demand scenario of the product

there is an imperative need for the setting up

Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 9 Lacs Rs. 35 Th. Rs. 1 Lac Rs. 12 Lacs

33%

65%

 

more number of units for the production of

this item. Thus in the limelight of the facts enumerated above a new entrepreneur can well venture into this field. It is a lucrative project with bright future prospects.

of

Cost Estimation 25000 Nos./Day

Rs. 26 Lacs Rs. 8 Lacs Rs. 1.24 Cr. Rs. 1.62 Cr.

Plant Capacity

Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Plant & Machinery

 

W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment

Rate of Return Break Even Point

131%

   

BANDAGE CLOTH WEAVING ON POWER LOOM

16%

Cost Estimation 30000 Nos./Day

 
 

Plant Capacity

The weaving of cloth developed at an unknown date and reached a point of excellence in nations where culture reached

high point. Peoples of the fertile creseent

and egypt and the ineas in South America wove linen, cotton, wool, and metals into fabries comparable to the best manufactured by modern technical methods. The textiles fabrics are the one of the most important basic needs of human beings we dont deny that the Food captures the first place & the second basic need goes for clothings only. Clothes are provided by textile industry. The

textile industry in India can be classified into four main sectors as. i) Organisms Mills sector producing Fabrics on power looms. ii) Disorganisms Power looms sector. iii) Handlooms Sector producing Fancy clothes, Suitings, Shirtings & Tappestxy clothes & Bed sheets etc. iv) Handloom secor for fulfilling weather sections needs by producing, Mats, Coir & Khadder, or jute Fabricks etc. The mill

power looms sectors largely cater to the

&

basic needs of people who chook fine &medium varieties of Fabrics with sophisticated Finishing for their use. This project peofile mainly deals with Medium varieties of a for said products.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

a

1671 Mts./Day Rs. 7 Lacs Rs. 7 Lacs Rs. 2 Lacs Rs. 17 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 300 sq.mt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rate of Return Break Even Point

50%

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Plant Capacity

I.V. CANNULA SET

Cannula is a tube inserted into a cavity or

another tube in the body for various

purposes, usually by percutaneous insertion into a blood vessel and for long period of time. Apart from blood compatibility , the main problem associated with such devices

to prevent motion, irritation, infection, and

the formation of a sinus tract with weeping of fluid. These objectives can be achieved by anchoring the devices in various ways. For example, the attachment of material containing holes or fenestrations for tissue in

growth or a textured surfaces interest with the surrounding tissues and a bond is formed. Unfortunately, however, these texturised surfaces may be extruded gradually as a natural consequence of cell maturation which results in cells migrating toward the surface. Since the texturised implant is bonded to these cells, it is also carried toward the surface and extruded. It may be possible to solve this problem by special surgical techniques. In the case of prolonged renal dialysis, cannulas are usually placed on the nondominant forearm of the patient to allow ready access to the blood vessels. These cannula often cause infection, hemorrhaging or irritation, new surgical techniques may alleviate these problems.

Cost Estimation 2000 Pcs/Day

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs. 23 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

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Surgical Bandages are the products manufactured from White Bleached Cotton gauge Cloth of suitable quality. These are availble in various width running from 2.5 cm to 15 cms and of length from 3 meters or 4 metres. These are packed in a unit of doz. for sale. These are mainly used in hospital/Dispensaries for tying the wounds after dressing. Surgical Cotton is mainly used for cleaning and dressing the wounds by Doctor and Jauhrus’s. It is also used by Tailors for putting pads in Woollen Suits etc. and making Novelties items by artists. Of course the Doctors consume the maximum quantity of Surgical Cotton produced in India. At present the number of doctors are increasing drastically thereby increasing the demand for surgical cotton at very fast rate. It also carried a good potential. Medium stapple cottons, Bonde was to from cotton Mills or Linters from spinning Mills are used as raw materials for the manufacture of this product. To manufacture surgical cotton anyone of these three materials may be used separately or fairly economical blend produce good quality surgical cotton. Cotton Raw material is cleaned and washed and bleached and sterilized properly by undergoing through a series of processes and render Hydrophile in character by sides rendering it pretty free from external organic impurities.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

1 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 1500 sq.mt.)Rs. 95 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 39 Lacs Rs. 65 Lacs Rs. 2.05 Cr.

21%

69%

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PROJECT NAME

PROJECT COST

1. AIR CONDITIONERS & PARTS

49 Lacs

2. AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS

4.72 Cr.

3. B.P.O.

1.45 Cr.

4. CYBER CAFE

13 Lacs

5. CALL CENTRE (INTERNATIONAL)

4 Cr.

6. CALL CENTRE (DOMESTIC)

1.33 Cr.

7. CEILING FAN

42 Lacs

8. CHOKES & PATTIES

58 Lacs

9. CHOKES & STARTERS

23 Lacs

10. CHOKE OF FLUORESCENT TUBES 24 Lacs

11. COMPACT DISK

4.80 Cr.

12. COMPUTER EDUCATION INSTITUTE13 Lacs

13. COMPUTER ASSEMBLY

22

Lacs

14. COMPUTER CONTINUOUS STATIONERY

95 Lacs

15. COMPUTER SOFTWARE

2.61 Cr.

16. CELLO TAPE

8 Lacs

17. COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS

1.74 Cr.

18. DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER

96 Lacs

19. DOMESTIC TRANSFORMER

25 Lacs

20. ELECTRICAL PANEL BOARDS

26 Lacs

21. ELECTRICAL DOMESTIC APPLIANCES

49

Lacs

22. ELECTRIC ENERGY METERS

58 Lacs

23. ELECTRIC FANS

42 Lacs

24. ELECTRIC MOTORS

4.26 Cr.

25. ELECTRIC SWITCHES & SOCKETS 41 Lacs

26. ELECTRONIC CHOKE (BALLAST)

27 Lacs

27. ELECTRONIC TOYS (E.O.U.)

51 Lacs

28. ELECTRICAL STAMPING FOR TRANSFORMER

24 Lacs

29. ELECTRICAL REPAIRING

4 Lacs

30. EPOXY TRANSFORMERS

12 Lacs

31. F.H.P. MOTORS

43 Lacs

32. GLS LAMPS

26 Lacs

33. GLS LAMPS & FLUORESCENT TUBES 6.44 Cr.

34. H.T. & L.T. INSULATOR, HT AIR BRAKE SWITCHES D.O. FUSE, LIGHTENING ARRESTOR 65 Lacs

35. INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

70 Lacs

36. LIGHT EMITTING DIODES (L.E.D.)

22 Lacs

37. MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER

88 Lacs

38. MIXER/GRINDER (MIXI)

62 Lacs

39. MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION

26 Lacs

40. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS (PCB)

8.17 Cr.

41. PVC WIRES AND CABLES

72 Lacs

42. POWER INVERTERS

72 Lacs

43. POWER TRANSFORMER

3.19 Cr.

44. PORTAL

9.28 Cr.

45. SOLAR CELLS

1.66 Cr.

46. TUBULAR POLES FOR ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION

1.19 Cr.

47. TELEPHONE (PUSH BUTTON & CORDLESS)

1.50 Cr.

48. UN INTERUPTED POWER SUPPLY

11 Lacs

49. SERVO CONTROLLED STABILIZER 34 Lacs

50. VOLTAGE STABILIZER

34 Lacs

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 50 Project Reports is Rs. 20,225/-. 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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PROJECT NAME

PROJECT COST

1. SOLAR ELECTRICAL CELLS & PANEL

 
 

1.94

Cr.

2. SOLAR COOKER

80 Lacs

3. SOLAR ENERGY WATER HEATER

72 Lacs

4. SOLAR PUMP

3.18 Cr.

5. SOLAR MODULES

2.10 Cr.

6. SOLAR LIGHTING SYSTEM

 

2.10

Cr.

7. SOLAR LANTERS

47 Lacs

8. SOLAR WATER HEATING PANELS

1.25 Cr.

9. SOLAR PRODUCTS

1.71 Cr.

10. SOLAR PHOTO VOLTAIC SYSTEM

50 Lacs

11. SOLAR POWER (ENERGY) PLANT

4.66 Cr.

Each Project Report covers in this CD contains Introduction, Uses, Market,

 

Process with Product Formulae, Suppliers

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with Profitability Analysis, BEP, Resources of Finance etc.

Price of this CD containing all above 11

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SURGICAL TAPE (ADHESIVE TAPE)

Surgical tape or surgical adhesive tape is a

strip of cotton fabric whose one side is asted

with the antiseptic paste. These tapes are

used for readymade bandages. No any dditional medicine is required in this case. At the starting of the medical age the

wounds(small) cuts, pimples etc. were

cured by using specific roots of trees and

plants. As the medical science became

advanced, the gauge has been started in

practice for binding the medicine with the

wounds cuts etc. ew introductions in the

bandage field come up and these surgical

tape is the latest one. There are some parts of

body where the cotton bandage is not

possible to be tied and at such places these adhesive tapes are frequently used. This is

the most important dvantage of this tape.

Another importance is that the bandaging

by this tape consumes very few time. And

hence saves much time. This tape is very convenient in use and quite handy.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 1000 Meter/Day

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs. 11 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 5 Lacs Rs. 8 Lacs Rs. 28 Lacs

51%

42%

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SURGICAL GLOVES FROM LATEX

SURGICAL GLOVES FROM LATEX

In the light of the remarkable performance of the latex products sector. It is no wonder that the sector has now attracted a greater share of the interest interest in manufacturing. However the smallness of domestic market will have to be realised and new entrepreneur will have to look towards international demand. The consumption of NR latex is increasing continuously in world since 1980. Some of the latex product like surgical gloves are likely to have very high demand. Malaysia with its comparative cost advantage can exploit this opportunity. Malaysia at present in satisfying 3/4 of world demand for N.R. latexes. But in latex products it’s share is much smaller than this. The demand for Gloves and condoms is increasing very fast due to AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndroine) Malaysia can provide more cheaper gloves and explist some 50 percent of the world market. It was found that the use of rubber made inspection gloves and examination would prevent direct human contact with AIDS (Acquired Immune deficiency syndromes) virus-contaminated objects and thus save them from contracting the deadly and dreaded disease. Solid brown or white in color. Thickness of gloves is around 0.010 inches.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 900000 Doz/Day

Plant Capacity Cost Estimation 900000 Doz/Day
Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Rs. 95 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Rs. 95 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 75 Lacs Rs. 36 Lacs Rs. 2.21 Cr.

25%

61%

ISBN- 9788189765118 Price-1540/- HAND BOOK OF FLAVOURS & FOOD COLOURANTS TECHNOLOGY The book covers Flavours
ISBN- 9788189765118
Price-1540/-
HAND BOOK OF FLAVOURS
& FOOD COLOURANTS
TECHNOLOGY
The book covers Flavours and Its study,
Changes in Food Flavour Due to Processing ,
Flavouring Materials Made by Processing,
Flavouring Material of Natural Origin, Natural
Flavouring Materials, Manufacturing
Technology of Flavours, Food Colourants.

SURGICAL/MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENTS, FURNITURE AND OTHER PRODUCTS REQUIRED FOR SURGERY AND DIAGNOSTICS

In pursuit of this objective for human welfare and Doctors support. We are providing the Surgical instruments & Tools are specially designed tools / devices used by the experts in the Medical fraternity for performing specific actions during surgeries or operations. Over the times, These tools and Instruments have been consistently modified to reduce the trauma, make the process more efficient and improve the techniques involved. Some of the Surgical instruments and tools are designed for general use in surgery, while others may find application in specific procedure or surgery. Surgical tools and instruments are designed with single motive of improving the surgical experience. The modern age surgical instruments are more reliable, intuitive and less complicated to to use. However, Surgical instruments & Hospital equipments require special care and handling for extended use.

Cost Estimation Land & Building (Area 4050 sq.mt.)Rs. 3.50 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 2.89 Cr. Rs. 1.11 Cr. Rs. 7.82 Cr.

37%

44%

I.V. FLUID (FFS OR BFS TECHNOLOGY)

Intra venous fluids, in general are used as I.V drips for patients in nursing homes and hospitals suffering from acute 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, 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 dextro-saline 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. Intravenous fluids are chemically prepared solutions that are administered to the patient.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

12000 Btl/Day

Land & Building (Area 9000 sq.mt.)Rs. 3.58 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 5.43 Cr. Rs. 2.03 Cr. Rs. 11.60 Cr.

22%

66%

ALUMINIUM EXTRUSION

These properties have made aluminium highly useful in manufacture of aircraft, passenger cars, railway rolling stock, ship building, electrical eng. manufacture of cine and photographic equipments, radio components, window frames and doors, railings, refinery equipments, foils, extruded sections and pipes for a wide range of uses. Aluminium powder is also used in paints and anodising industries. Extruded aluminium products are finding growing exports prospects. Aluminium extruded products are mainly tubes, pipes and blanks. These are manufactured in various forms and can be broadly classified in (a) rods & (b) sections. Sections include leath hollow and solid sections. In extrusion, the cylindrical rod called billet, is squeezed hydraulically into any shape by forcing the hot billet through the die orifice. Extrusion presses of various sizes are available ranging from 200 ton to 5000 tons capacity. These presses can be designed from simple to very complicated type with intricate and most sophisticated components equipments. Aluminium luminium extrusion products are widely used in transport industry, rail roads, electronics and housing industry etc. The manufacturing of extruded products started long back. But, the industry expanded rapidly during last two decades.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity Land & Building (Area 5 Acres) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

9 MT./Day Rs. 5.85 Cr. Rs. 7.74 Cr. Rs. 7.48 Cr. Rs. 22.60 Cr.

24%

62%

ISBN- 8186732721 Price-1140/- FLORICULTURE HAND BOOK (HAND BOOK OF FLOWERS GROWING TECHNOLOGY) The book covers
ISBN- 8186732721
Price-1140/-
FLORICULTURE HAND BOOK
(HAND BOOK OF FLOWERS
GROWING TECHNOLOGY)
The book covers Antirrhinum, Anthurium,
Amaryllis & Hippeastrum, Bird of Paradise,
Chrysanthemum, Carnation, China Aster,
Dahlia, Gladiolus, Gerbera, Gloriosa,
Jasmine, Lilium, Lotus, Marigold, Orchids,
Rose, Tuberose, Other Flowers, Plant
Economics.

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BOTTLING PLANT (COUNTRY LIQUOR)

The history of distilling potable spirit is for shorter than that of making non-distilled alcoholic beverages. There are evertheless several very early references which can be taken to indicate that a potable spirit (like country liquor) was known many thousands of years ago. The earliest regarding excessive consumption of potable distilled spirit, i.e. country liquor and other products, appear to have come from China, some 1000 years B.C. Aristotle later mentions purifying sea water by evaporation, and also “wine which produces a spirit”. For centuries the art of distilling remained firmly in the hands of alchemists. Herbs had long been thought to cure various maladies, agriurduly for Jaundice, fox glore, for blisters and it would seem that the alchemists argued that, if the juice of one of these herbs could be, say, quadrupled in strength, then the efficiency of cure would be multiplied four fold. The alchemists were responsible for many improvements in the art of distilling. An Overview of the Indian Liquor Industry, 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.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 10000 Ltrs./Day

Land & Building (Area 1.52 Acres) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 2.11 Cr. Rs. 1.20 Cr. Rs. 1.31 Cr. Rs. 4.89 Cr.

52%

39%

Modern Technology Of Extrusion & Extruded Products Isbn- 9789380772042 Price-940/-

Modern Technology Of Extrusion & Extruded Products

Isbn- 9789380772042

Price-940/-

The book covers Introduction of Extrusion Processes, Extrusion, Type of Dies for Film Extrusion, Extrusion of Plastic Films, Blown Film Extrusion Trouble Shooter's Guide, Extrusion Instabilities of Variabilities, Blown Film Extrusion, Plants for Multilayer Films, Lamination, High Speed Production of Thin CPP Films, Linear low density Polyethylene Mulch Film, Extruder Operation, Details of Processing Equipments, Post Extrusion Process, Vacuum Metallizing, Co-extruded Film Manufacturing, Production of Breathable Films and Laminates, Manufacture of Extruded Thermoplastic Foam, Plastic Pipes for Water Supply, New Opportunities with PP for Window Profiles, Corrugator Multilayer Pipe Technology, Option for Cable Conduit Systems.

ICE PACKS (SOLUTIONS TYPE, WHITE GEL TYPE, VIOLET-SEMI SOLID POLYMER TYPES)

Ice Pack is one of the important product of new generation, for cooling of various products or keep chilling of various products viz. medicines, injection vials, or heat sensitive products like fruits and vegetables meat, fishes, blood bags, semen bags, body injectibles, I.V. fluids and other so many items for longer periods. It is mainly used for chilling purposes for longer shelf life by checking growth of thermophilic bacterials in the products. It is used for chilling of various chemicals which are thermosensitive in nature and loses their original characteristics at higher temperatures. The ice packs have vary unique important characteristic, that it can be repeatedly re-used several times by freezing and using, again and again. Its cooling and chilling characteristics remain as usual for very long period. It is now one of the conveniently useable items which directly substitutes the consumption of ice or ultimately reduces the ice application in various transportation methods. It’s important property is that it donot leave water in the system like ice, when absorbs heat it starts melting and leaving behind the water.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 3000 KGS/Day

Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.29 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 2.18 Cr. Rs. 68 Lacs Rs. 4.58 Cr.

24%

58%

PLASTICIZERS

Plasticizers (UK = plasticisers) or dispersants are additives that increase the plasticity or fluidity of a material. The dominant applications are for plastics, especially polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The properties of other materials are also improved when blended with plasticizers including concrete, clays, and related products. The worldwide market for plasticizers in 2000 was estimated to be several million tons per year. Throughout the period from 1970 to 1995, the worldwide plasticizer markets grew at rates above the various GNPs; however this trend has started to decrease in North America and in Europe. In recent years, the average growth rate in those regions has ranged between 2 and 3%, with projected growth rates of only 1/2%.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

20 Ton/Day

Land & Building (Area 10000 sq.mt.) Rs. 11.28 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return

21%

Rs. 3.41 Cr. Rs. 27.26 Cr. Rs. 42.86 Cr.

ISBN- 9788189765095 P r i c e - 1 2 9 0 / - HAND
ISBN- 9788189765095 P r i c e - 1 2 9 0 / - HAND

ISBN- 9788189765095

Price-1290/-

HAND BOOK OF PULP & PAPER, PAPER BOARD AND PAPER BASED TECHNOLOGY

HAND BOOK OF PULP & PAPER, PAPER BOARD AND PAPER BASED TECHNOLOGY

The book covers Pulpwood Technology, Alkaline Pulping Recovery Units, Bleaching Chlorination Stage, Bleaching Alkaline Extraction, Bleaching Hypochlorite Stage, Hydrosulfite Bleaching, Peroxide Bleaching, Beating and Refining Action Upon Fibres, Consistency Control, Sizing of Paper, Dyeing of Paper, Wet Strength in Paper and Paperboard, Paper Machine, Forming Section, Paper Machine Press Section, Paper Machine-Dryer Section, Paper Machine- Automation, Calendering, Felts, Paper Machine Wires, Coated Paper, Finishing and Converting, Corrugated Containers, Boxboard, Paper Testing, Board and Hand Made Paper, Equipment Used in Paper Making Laboratory, Paper and Board Properties, Varieties of Paper Grades and their Properties, Transfer Paper, Teletape Rolls, Toilet Paper Plant, Wall Paper, Wax Coated paper, Xerographic Paper, Paper Bags and Envelopes, Paper Board Making Plant, Paper Cups for Ice-cream, Paper Cones and Tubes, Paper Draperies, Egg Tray from Waste Paper, Kraft Bag Making Plant, Note Book, Register and File, Napkins and Facial Tissues, Playing Cards, Drinking Straws, Card Board, Corrugated Board and Boxes, Grey Board, Straw Board (Manual Process), Straw Board (Automatic Process), Plant Economics of Carbon Paper, Plant Economics of Coated paper and Board Plant, Plant Economics of Corrugated Sheet Board and Boxes, Plant Economics of Egg Tray from Pulp, Plant Economics of Exercise Note Book and Register, Plant Economics of Hard Board from Rice Husk, Plant Economics of Hand Made Paper, Plant Economics of Paper Cones and Tubes, Plant Economics of Paper Hand Carrier Bags, Plant Economics of paper Waste Recycling Plant.

Patrons you can deposit the amount in EIRI Account STATE BANK OF INDIA

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ISBN- 8186732810 P r i c e - 1 0 9 0 / - Profitable

ISBN- 8186732810

Price-1090/-

Profitable Small Scale Manufacture Of Cosmetics

The book covers Drugs and Cosmetics Acts and Rules, Most Commonly Used Cosmetics Raw Materials, Hair Structure and Its Chemistry, Hair Shampoos, Hair Tonics and Conditioners, Hair Wave Sets, Lacquers and Rinses, Hair Grooming Preparations, Permanent hair Waving Preparations and Hair Straightness, Hair Bleachers and Hair Colourants, Depilatories, Shaving Soaps and Creams, Skin Creams and Lotions, Suntan and Anti Sunburn Preparations, Skin Bleach Creams, Astringents and Skin Tonics, Antiperspirants and Deodorants, Face Powders and Other Coloured Make-up Preparations, Body Powders (Talcum Powders), Face Packs and Masks, Nail Lacquers and Removers, Toothpastes, Tooth Powders, Mouthwashes, Hair Oils & Hair Lotions, Preservation of Cosmetics, Plant and Equipment for herbal Cosmetics Manufacture, Packaging of Herbal Cosmetics, Miscellaneous Formulae, Indigenous Materials & Technologies for herbal Cosmetics, Present Manufacturing of Cosmetics Products, Suppliers of Plant and Equipments, Cosmetics , Raw Materials and Chemicals Manufactuers/Suppliers, Manufacturers/Raw Materials Suppliers of Herbs/Plants and their Extracts.

Materials Suppliers of Herbs/Plants and their Extracts. MODERN RUBBER CHEMICALS, COMPOUNDS & RUBBER GOODS

MODERN RUBBER CHEMICALS, COMPOUNDS & RUBBER GOODS TECHNOLOGY

ISBN-9788189765194 PRICE 1640/-

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.

PLASTIC GRANULES FROM PLASTIC WASTE AND PLASTIC ROPE (SUTLI) MAKING PLANT

A plastic is any one of a large and varied

group of materials which consists of an essential ingredient combinations of carbon with oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and other organic and inorganic elements. While solid in the finished state, at some stage in its manufacture it has been or can be formed into various shapes by flow-usually through the application singly or together of heat and pressure. Thermoplastics are those which soften under heat and again harden when cooled and this process can be repeated a number of times without any appreciable was in the physical properties. Plastics today have a prominent place in the spectrum of materials frequently used by materials engineers and designers. They have earned this placed on the basis of performance at a price, plus the apparently unlimited ability of the plastics industry to develop new plastics or new grades of older plastics to meet specific needs of modern industry. With this status and the tremendous growth of new uses has come an important need for meaningful data on fundamental plastics behaviour under realistic stresses and strains, couched in engineering terms, in short, engineering properties as contrasted with data sheet properties.

Cost Estimation

Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.)Rs. 99 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment

Rs. 38 Lacs Rs. 26 Lacs Rs. 1.81 Cr.

Rate of Return

22%

Break Even Point

67%

CORRUGATED BOXES PLANT (SEMI AUTOMATIC)

Though no authentic record is available

about when any thing like a paper box was

first made, it is held that

the ancient

Egyptians made certain kinds of containers

from an aquatic plant supplied fibers for paper sheets. There are also records, though not clear of reaptacles made from rice paper in china during the Eleventh Century.

In

America and England corrugated cartons

had been made at least early as in 10th Century, but the cartons were all hand made. Corrugated cartons were firstly

developed by the Thomsan and Norris Company in 1980, and the first regular slotted style containers were the products

of

the Robert Gair Company. The first use of

corrugated cartons in freight shipments was

for lamp and Chimenys. Official recognition

of

these containers by the official freight

classification committee came in 1900.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 6800 KGS/Day

Land & Building (Area 2099.50 sq.mt.)

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 3.47 Cr. Rs. 66 Lacs Rs. 54 Lacs Rs. 4.81 Cr.

26%

52%

uPVC DOORS & WINDOWS

uPVC DOORS & WINDOWS

Windows and doors are the connection between rooms and the outside world.

Windows and doors are the connection between rooms and the outside world.

They allow light and air into the house and enable you to see the world

They allow light and air into the house and enable you to see the world outside while protecting from wind, harmful rays of sun and rain. They keep us warm in the winter and cool in the summer. PVC rods, sheets and profiles that are manufactured using extrusion technique. uPVC offers excellent physical and mechanical properties.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

and mechanical properties. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 3 Ton/Day Land & Building (Area 750 sq.mt.) Rs.

3 Ton/Day

Land & Building (Area 750 sq.mt.) Rs. 71 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 750 sq.mt.) Rs. 71 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 1.25 Cr. Rs. 2.22 Cr. Rs. 4.43 Cr.

84%

33%

ISBN- 978-93-80772-02-8 Price-1240/- Modern Technology of Non-Ferrous Metals and Metal Extraction The book Modern
ISBN- 978-93-80772-02-8
Price-1240/-
Modern Technology of Non-Ferrous
Metals and Metal Extraction
The book Modern Technology of Non-Ferrous Metals
and Metal Extraction covers Non Ferrous metals
and Materials, Processing of copper from Its ore,
Lead and Zinc Recycling, Chromium Wastes and
Their Recycling for the Reclamation of Chromium,
Electrodeposition of cobalt from Cobalt chloride N-
(N-Butyl) Pyridinium Chloride Molten Salt,
Pyrohydrolysis, Processing of Low Grade Tungsten
Ore, Extraction of Copper, Nickel and Cobalt,
Extraction of Nickel and Other Valuable Metals,
Production of Uranium Metal, Alumina-Aluminium
Processing, High Temperature Aluminium Alloys,
Aluminium Production Process, Refractories,
Aluminium Based Composites, Drawing of Copper
and Aluminium Conductor, Process for the
Enrichment of Nickel, Non-Ferrous Extraction, Metal
Extraction, Silica, Extractive Metallurgy of Copper,
Processing of Lead Zinc Raw Materials, Zirconium,
Titanium and Magnesium Extraction, Extraction of
Titanium, Special Metals Extraction, Niobium,
Tantalum, Hafnium and Gallium Production,
Extraction of Metals, Extraction of Copper by Di-(2-
Ethylhexyl) Dithiophosphate Salts, The Purification
of Electrolytes from copper and Iron, Extraction of
Rare Metals from Industrial Products of Lead-Zinc
Production, Extraction of Cadmium, Solvent
Extraction in the Processing of Leach and Waste
Solutions, Recover of Tungsten from Alkaline
Solution of Wolframite Concentrate, Recovery of
Chromium and Gallium, Metallic Waste from Indian
Zinc and Lead Industries, Molybdenum, Zirconium,
Rare Earths, Bauxite Beneficiation .

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ORGANIC CHEMICALS & SOLVENTS

ORGANIC CHEMICALS & SOLVENTS

Phthalide is an organic chemical compound with the molecular formula C8H6O2. It is a lactone that serves as the core chemical structure for a variety of more complex chemical compounds including dyes (such as phenolphthalein), fungicides (such as tetrachlorophthalide, often referred to simply as “phthalide”) and natural oils (such as butylphthalide). Phthalides are a group of secondary metabolites or phytochemical compounds classified under lactones. Phthalides are known to provide health benefits by stimulating and/or inhibiting various enzymes in the body. Studies have shown that these compounds can help lower blood pressure, provide an anti-inflammatory function, improve circulation, rid the body of toxins such as uric acid crystals, inhibit malignancy and offer a calming effect. Many of the major phthalides have been isolated from plants mainly medicinal herbs, celery stalks, celery seeds and essential oils of their plant of origin. There are numerous reports on the bioactivities of phthalides but investigations concerning the mode of action are few. Phthalides (isobenzofuranone), a family of five-membered lactones in plants, are important building blocks in a large number of biologically active compounds. 3- Arylphthalides, for example, are useful intermediates for the synthesis of tri and tetracyclic natural products such as anthracycline antibiotics.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 360000 KGS/Day

Plant Capacity Cost Estimation 360000 KGS/Day
Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs. 5.91 Cr.

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs. 5.91 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 2.14 Cr. Rs. 2.88 Cr. Rs. 11.53 Cr.

31%

57%

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 straw-coloured 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 Land & Building (Area 10 Acres) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

60000 LIT./Day Rs. 4.86 Cr. Rs. 18.66 Cr. Rs. 15.16 Cr. Rs. 47.32 Cr.

141%

22%

TAMARIND KERNEL POWDER

Tamarind powder is produced from the Kernels of Tamarinds. It is used in the manufacture of the tamarind gum. Tamarind gum is seed gum with potential industrial application. It is obtained from the seed kernels of the tamarind. Free, tamarind indica, which is cultivated in India and Bangladesh. The seed are a by product from production of tamarind pulp which is used as a food flavour. Seed production is 1,50,000 t/year. The seeds consist of a hard outer testor which can be removed by a variety of heating and milling procedures and a kernel (70%) which after separation is milled to give tamarind kernel powder consisting of gum 65% protein 15-20%, Oil 6% and Ash 3%. Tamarind trees (Tamarindus indica) are found naturalized almost throughout the plains and sub Himalyan tracts of India. The pulp of tamarind fruit known as emli is used as an acid flavouring agent. The seed constitute 34 % of the fruits and contain on an average 60% starch. Statistical information on the annual production of fruit pulp is not available. But of seed is upto some extent available. Dandakarnya region in M.P. and Koraput district in Orissa are also very rich in tamarind trees. This industry is resource based requiring raw materials in bulk and should be located near the source of raw materials.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

5 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.79 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 1.97 Cr. Rs. 68 Lacs Rs. 4.72 Cr.

49%

47%

UNDER GARMENTS

Knitted Cotton Gloves are the

demandable item of modern time, great progress has been made in gloves manufacturing industry. Cotton Products like knitted cotton gloves are primarily produced from cotton yarn which is abundantly available. Knitting may be done by hand or by machine.Few seqments of the textile industry have grown so rapidly in recent years as has the knitting industry. The Like

woven fabrics, plain coloured

knits can be

made from fibers or yarns that have been coloured,or the finished goods can be dyed.

Cost Estimation

Land & Building (Area 450 sq.mt.) Rs. 44 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 10 Lacs Rs. 30 Lacs Rs. 85 Lacs

85%

37%

 

P.V.C. INSULATION TAPE

The original electrical insulating tape was made of cloth tape impregnated with Chatterton’s compound, an adhesive material manufactured using Gutta-percha. This type of tape was often used to insulate soldered splices on knob and tube wiring. In the early 1940s, vinyl plastic emerged as a versatile material for a wide range of applications, from shower curtains to cable

insulation. A major ingredient in vinyl film was tricresyl phosphate (TCP), which was used

as

a plasticizer. Unfortunately, TCP tended to

migrate, giving the surface of the vinyl film an oily quality and degrading every tape adhesive known. Research chemists and engineers at 3M set out to create a dependable, pressure-sensitive tape made

of

vinyl film that would have the required

electrical, physical and chemical properties. Experiments were conducted combining new plasticizers with the white, flour-like vinyl resin. Finally, in January 1946, inventors Snell, Oace, and Eastwold of 3M applied for a patent for a vinyl electrical tape with a plasticizer system and non-sulfur-based rubber adhesive that were compatible. The first commercially available version of the tape was sold for use as a wire-harness wrapping. Interestingly, this original black tape wasn’t black at all.

 

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

5 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 5.91 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 4.61 Cr. Rs. 2.15 Cr. Rs. 13.56 Cr.

52%

37%

COUNTRY LIQUOR BOTTLING PLANT

The history of distilling potable spirit is for shorter than that of making non-distilled alcoholic beverages. There are nevertheless several very early references which can be taken to indicate that a potable spirit (like country liquor) was known many thousands of years ago. The earliest regarding excessive consumption of potable

distilled spirit, i.e. country liquor and other products, appear to have come from China, some 1000 years B.C. Aristotle later mentions purifying sea water by evaporation, and also “wine which produces

spirit”. For centuries the art of distilling remained firmly in the hands of alchemists.

a

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 100000 Ltr./Day

Land & Building (Area 9000 sq.mt.)Rs. 4.08 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 2.05 Cr. Rs. 37.61 Cr. Rs. 44.11 Cr.

65%

21%

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WALNUT & PINUS (CHILGOZA) OIL, SHELL POWDER PROCESSING PLANT

A walnut is an edible seed of any tree of the

genus Juglans, especially the Persian walnut, 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, 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.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

1 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 3500 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.18 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment

Rs. 75 Lacs Rs. 1.72 Cr. Rs. 3.77 Cr.

Rate of Return

36%

Break Even Point

48%

PSA BASED NITROGEN GENERATOR

The pressure swing adsorption processes for

the continuous and regenerative purification

of

air and gases have been well established

since the discovery of the basic process over fifty years ago. Recent advances in the adsorption process have resulted in improved separation efficiencies and lower energy consumption. Purity requirements for clean, dry air have become more stringent in recent years to meet the increased demands

of

industry and laboratories. Thirty years ago,

pure air was required to have a moisture dew point of — 400C or lower and less than 1 ppmv hydrocarbon content (as methane). The levels were gradually lowered to -760C dew point and less than 0.5 ppmv total hydrocarbon content. With advances in technology, the purity requirements were reduced to less than 1 ppbv for

e m i c o n d u c t o r p h o t o l i t h o g r a p h y applications, fuel cell development,

s

u t o m o b i l e e m i s s i o n s t e s t i n g , pharmaceutical manufacturing, and other critical applications.

a

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

45000 lb/Day

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 5.35 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 5.20 Cr. Rs. 3.13 Cr. Rs. 14.91 Cr.

33%

69%

ENGINEERING COLLEGE

ENGINEERING COLLEGE

India has the potential to be a global

India has the potential to be a global

technology leader. Indian industry is competing globally in software and even in areas such an automobiles, chemicals and engineering equipment. A critical issue for the future success of Indian industry is the growth of engineering education in India. Since independence, the initial focus of government policy was to provide the engineers required for the developing economy. The setting up of the Indian Institutes of Technology, the Regional Engineering colleges (and their subsequent conversion to the National Institutes of Technology) were targeted at achieving this. Indian engineers established their reputation for engineering and design skills. Engineering in India is preferred option for bright students at the 10+2 level. This has resulted in a spurt in engineering colleges primarily in the private sector. Despite this, industry leaders complain about the absence of quality engineers for their industry. This is accompanied by significant unemployment rates amongst graduating engineers. There is a dearth of publicly available data on India’s engineering education system. We document the trend in the student intake, number of engineering graduates, post- graduates and Ph.Ds. In order to obtain these we used assumptions of Output / Sanctioned strength ratios and their trends.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

ratios and their trends. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 60 Students Land & Building (Area 40 Acres)

60 Students

Land & Building (Area 40 Acres) Rs. 28 Cr.acs

Land & Building (Area 40 Acres) Rs. 28 Cr.acs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 26.15 Cr. Rs. 88 Lacs Rs. 56.10 Cr.

0.60%

98%

MODERN TECHNOLOGYOF BIOPROCESSING (FERMENTATION, FOOD, ENZYME, PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIAL, AGRICULTURALAND ENERGY) ISBN

MODERN TECHNOLOGYOF BIOPROCESSING (FERMENTATION, FOOD, ENZYME,

PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIAL, AGRICULTURALAND ENERGY)

ISBN 9788189765354 PRICE 1615/-

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

SYNTHETIC IRON OXIDE

Iron Oxides are extensively used in the

preparation of paints. There are two main

stains yellow and red,

Both these varieties

are available in synthetic and natural forms. Yellow oxide of iron is widely used as a retainer in glass paints, undercoats, of iron finds application in paints rubber, plastics, ceramics, paper linoleum and for polishing glass, metals and diamonds, Iron oxides are used in paints for exterior work on account of the low cost and protective value. They are used as primers for structural steel, automobiles bodies, ship bottoms of iron prolong life of the substance by eliminating the dest- ructive effect light on the film. Iron oxide pigments own their yellower tint to feerous oxide and ferric hydroxide while red red dish-brown colour is essentially due to anhydrous ferric oxide Fe203. The continually increasing importance of iron oxide pigments is based on their nontoxicity. Chemical stability, wide variety of colours ranging from yellow, orange, red, brown to black, low price. Natural and synthetic iron oxide pigments consist of well-defined compounds with known crystal structures.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

10 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 4.82 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 3.60 Cr. Rs. 1.20 Cr. Rs. 10.03 Cr.

28%

62%

POTATO POWDER

The potato is a starchy, tuberous crop from the perennial Solanum tuberosum of the Solanaceae family (also known as the nightshades). The word potato may refer to the plant itself as well as the edible tuber. In the region of the Andes, there are some other closely related cultivated potato species. Potatoes were first introduced outside the Andes region four centuries ago, and have become an integral part of much of the world’s cuisine. It is the world’s fourth-largest food crop, following rice, wheat, and maize. Long-term storage of potatoes requires specialised care in cold warehouses. Wild potato species occur throughout the Americas, from the United States to Uruguay. The potato was originally believed to have been domesticated independently in multiple locations, but later genetic testing of the wide variety of cultivars and wild species proved a single origin for potatoes in the area of present-day southern Peru (from a species in the Solanum brevicaule complex), where they were domesticated 7,000-10,000 years ago. Following centuries of selective breeding, there are now over a thousand different types of potatoes.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

10 Ton./Day

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 5.91 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 3.24 Cr. Rs. 10.74 Cr. Rs. 20.49 Cr.

68%

45%

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RECLAIMED RUBBER

RECLAIMED RUBBER

By the application of heat and chemical agents followed by intense mechanical working to ground

By the application of heat and chemical agents followed by intense mechanical working to ground vulcanised scrap or worn out rubber tires, tubes and waste rubber articles, a substantial regeneration on devulcanisation of the rubber compound to

its original plastic state is effected, thus permitting the product to be compounded, processed and

its original plastic state is effected, thus permitting the product to be compounded, processed and revulcanised. Reclaiming is essentially depolymerisation and

misnomerically

called “devulcanisation”

misnomerically called “devulcanisation”
although combined sulphur is not removed. By this depolymerisation, the reclaimed rubber shows decreased resistance

although combined sulphur is not removed. By this depolymerisation, the reclaimed rubber shows decreased resistance to deformation at ordinary temperature; thus loosing its elastic nature and become less resistant to compression, stretching or swelling. Reclaimed rubber was born because a secondary source of rubber was urgently needed. Entire rubber industry was growing so fast in the early days and there was no enough crude rubber to substantiate the demand. Reclaim rubber soon become indispensable. Apart from this, tire pose a disposal problem and therefore utilized as basic raw material in the form of ground vulcanised waste (crumb rubber) or converted to reusable state-reclaimed rubber.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

state-reclaimed rubber. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 15 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 5.63

15 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 5.63 Cr.

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 5.63 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 2.11 Cr. Rs. 3.34 Cr. Rs. 11.67 Cr.

78%

31%

TMT STEEL BARS

Thermo mechanically treated (TMT) steel, can be described as a new-generation-high- strength steel having superior properties such

as weldability, strength, ductility and tensility, which meet the highest international quality standards. Under thermo mechanical treatment (TMT), the steel bars are passed through a specially designed water-cooling system where they are kept till the outer surface of the bars becomes colder while the core remains hot. This creates a temperature gradient in the bars. When the bars are taken out of the cooling system, the heat flows from the core to the outer surface, further tempering of the bars, which helps them attain a higher yield strength. The resulting heat-treated structure imparts superior

strength

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

Land & Building (Area 20000 sq.mt.)Rs. 6.35 Cr.

and toughness to the bars.

284 MT./Day

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment

Rs. 14.84 Cr. Rs. 61.64 Cr. Rs. 83.41 Cr.

Rate of Return

30%

Break Even Point

51%

COMMERCIAL DAIRY FARMING

It is seen at most places that a Dairy Farmer

is not aware of the

economics of his day to

day business. This is because Dairy has

been a traditional form of business, which is being carried on by generations together. The pattern particularly of the feeding & watering has been quite the same for a long time. It is commonly seen that most of the Farmers who keep animals for Milk have

very little or NO idea about the

expenses (per

day) invloved in raising the animals. It is interesting to note that the farmer is even

unaware of the fact that the feeding cost of his animal comprises of more than 80% of the

total cost of raising the animals. Perhaps main reason for this may be as he grows

the

the

majority of the fodder in his own land he has never bothered about its cost. Pertaining to the feeding & drinking habits many fallacies (misconceptions) exist viz. It is advisable to feed animal with wet/cooked feed. Scientifically the feed fed to animal should be chewed (& ruminated) so that the saliva mixes with the feed. The saliva contains phosphates & bicarbonates, which help in maintaining the pH of the Rumen, which help in proper digestion of the Feed. Good digestion ensures wellbeing & the production is dependent on the same.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

5000 Lts./Day

Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 2.34 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months

Rs. 52 Lacs

Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 39 Lacs Rs. 4.08 Cr.

40%

39%

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8 MANGO AND MANGO BASED PROJECTS (8 PROJECT REPORTS) Rs. 17,978/-

PROJECT NAME

PROJECT COST

1. MANGO PAPPAD (AAM PAPPAD)

1.12 Cr.

2. MANGO POWDER

34 Lacs

3. MANGO PROCESSING & CANNING (MANGO PULP)

1.02 Cr.

4. MANGO JUICE

61 Lacs

5. PECTIN FROM MANGO PEELS

2.20 Cr.

6. PICKLES

1.54 Cr.

7. MANGO KERNEL SEED POWDER (STARCH)

37 Lacs

8. FRUIT DRINK RASNA TYPE

1.87 Cr.

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UNDECYLENIC ACID

Undecylenic acid has a long history as antifungal drug. It is used to treat some types of fungus infections. Undecylenic acid is a natural fungicide and is FDA approved in over the counter medications for skin disorders or problems. It is the active ingredient in medications for skin infections, and relieves itching, burning, and irritation. For example, it is used against fungal skin infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, and Candida albicans. It is also used in the treatment of psoriasis. Most organic fatty acids are fungicidal and have been used for centuries as antimicrobial agents, originally in the manufacture of soaps. In the last 50 years, however, they have found use both in vitro as yeast and mold inhibitors in food stuffs, and as topical and systemic antifungals. Undecylenic acid is an economical antifungal agent and is the active ingredient in many topical over the counter antifungal preparations. Undecylenic acid has been shown to be approximately six times more effective as an antifungal than caprylic acid, and is effective in maintaining a healthy balance of intestinal and vaginal flora.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

15 Ton/Day

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 5.91 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 5.10 Cr. Rs. 15.42 Cr. Rs. 27.34 Cr.

114%

29%

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10 COCONUT AND COCONUT BYE PRODUCTS (10 PROJECT REPORTS IN CD)

PROJECT NAME

PROJECT COST

1. ACTIVATED CARBON POWDER & GRANULES (ACTIVATED CARBON FROM COCONUT

SHELL)

1.07 Cr.

2. COIR PITH

3.26 Cr.

3. COCONUT SHELL POWDER

23 Lacs

4. COCONUT OIL

2.09 Cr.

5. COCONUT PRODUCTS & BYE

PRODUCTS PROCESSING

COMPLEX (WET FRESH)

25.02 Cr.

6. COCONUT PLANTATION

———

7. DESICCATED COCONUT

POWDER FROM COCONUTS

71 Lacs

8. DEHYDRATED COCONUT

MILK POWDER

8.21 Cr.

9. PACKED COCONUT WATER

7.34 Cr.

10. WATERY COCONUT SWEETS

———

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VENEER MAKING, PLYWOOD & PLYBOARD MAKING

The term ‘Plywood’ covers a form of laminated xaves in which successive layers of veneer are ordinarily cross laminated, the care of which may be veneer or sawn lumber in are piece several pieces. It is a high pressure bonded wood product composed of layers of waves with resin as the laminating agent. Kitply is one of the largest manufacturers of plywood in the country and manufactures one of the widest range like marine, shuttering, compreg, decorative and other special grades. its factory at Tinsukia is equipped with modern machinery and highly sophisticated hydraulic heavy duty hot presses. The testing laboratory is fully furnished with the latest testing machines and scientific instruments for conducting physical, mechanical and electrical testing as per buyers’ specifications. The ‘Swastik’ brand name is one of the most reputed names in the plywood industry and enjoins good market demand. market demand is expected to increase further in view of the steady increase in construction and building activities and the rising standard of living in the country. Kitply, a special variety plywood is resistant to boiling water, weather proof and termite resistant and is well known in the market.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

525 SQM/Day

Land & Building (Area 9000 sq.mt.)Rs. 7.53 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 1.74 Cr. Rs. 4.52 Cr. Rs. 14.22 Cr.

94%

24%

LAUNDRY &

DRY CLEANERS

Dry-cleaning and Laundry business is profitable business now-a-days because in today’s modern life, no one has got the time to wash and clean their own clothes and apart from these, there are many other reasons that rich people are more prefer to wash and clean their expensive Sarees, Trousers, Skirts, Shirts, Frocks and especially Silk Sarees and Dress materials through the Dry Cleaners only. Laundry work is very well known process of cleaning all types of linens, clothing & carpets etc. Working conditions are not likely to be ideal, but much can be done to overcome drawbacks and inconvenience by orderly arrangement, and sometimes by structural improvements. Due regard must be paid to the question of providing for facilities to ensure satisfactory results.

Cost Estimation 3000 KGS/Day

Plant Capacity

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 98 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

22%

60%

Rs. 71 Lacs Rs. 17 Lacs Rs. 2.45 Cr.

PARTICLE BOARD AND LAMINATED PARTICLE BOARD

Particleboard is a classic wood-based panel, made from high quality particles of wood/bagasse. It is a low density board with density range from 650 kgs to 750 kgs per cubic meter.Particleboard Plants are specially designed to produce an effective alternative for wood-based panel products. The Plant utilizes low cost agri-wastes resulting in a high quality & versatile panel product with virtually unlimited applications. Particleboard is accepted universally. Particle board is as the name suggests a board made of particles of wood. Thus particle board is a board made from wood which is bonded by means of a resin under the application of pressure and temperature. The organic binder resin used are normally urea formaldehyde if the particle board is to be used for interior use, or phenol formaldehyde is used if this is used in external exposure or under severe internal conditions. Melamine formaldehyde is also used. The first plant to produce particle board commercially was built in Bremen, West Germany in 1941. The first three layer particle board was marketed in Switzerland in 1945.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

143 Nos./Day

Land & Building (Area 6000 sq.mt.)Rs. 3.35 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 1.05 Cr. Rs. 1.19 Cr. Rs. 5.86 Cr.

60%

41%

Even Point Rs. 1.05 Cr. Rs. 1.19 Cr. Rs. 5.86 Cr. 60% 41% ISBN- 81-86732-33-0 P

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JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY, PICKLES & SQUASHES

 

Among preserved fruits, Jams, Jellies, Marmalades, Pickles, squahes forms an important class of products. during world

war II, fairly large quantities of these were

imported to into India from the

U.S.A. the

U.K. and Australia. Now a days, such

products are being manufactured extensively in several factories in this country, as by products or joint products in fruits. They

are

also made in many of the homes all over

the country. Their production and demand can be increased manifold by making better

use of fruit that is being wasted at present. A

Jam differs from a preserve in that it does

not

contain pieces of the whole fruit as in the

case with a preserve.

 
 

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

800 KGS/Day

Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Rs. 36 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months

Rs. 10 Lacs

Total Capital Investment

Rs. 18 Lacs Rs. 77 Lacs

40%

Rate of Return Break Even Point

59%

25 AYURVEDIC/

 

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PRODUCTS

Rs. 20,225/-

 

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PROJECT NAME

PROJECT COST

1. ALOEVERA GEL STABILIZED

21 Lacs

2. AYURVEDIC MEDICINES

3 Cr.

3. AYURVEDIC SHARBAT ———

4. ANTISEPTIC CREAM 70 Lacs

5. AYURVEDIC DANT MANJAN

50 Lacs

6. AYURVEDIC MEDICINE FOR DIABETES (LIQUID & OTHERS)

1.05 Cr.

7. EXTRACTION OF ESSENTIAL OIL

58 Lacs

8. HERBAL EXTRACTS

7.58 Cr.

9. HERBAL BEER

3.73 Cr.

10. HAIR DYE IN FORM OF HAIR OIL

50 Lacs

11. HAIR OIL

2.05 Cr.

12. HERBAL TOOTH PASTE

& TOOTH POWDER 1.26 Cr.

13. HERBAL COSMETIC 76 Lacs

14. HERBAL HAIR OIL 2.57 Cr.

15. HERBAL SHAMPOO & CREAMS

24 Lacs

16. HENNA PASTE MAKING

35 Lacs

17. HERBAL FACE PASTE

47 Lacs

18. HERBAL HAIR DYE OIL

(COCONUT OIL + PPD BASED)

58 Lacs

19. HERBAL CAPSULE 1.25 Cr.

20. HERBAL POWDER & CREAM

———-

21. KESH KALA TEL

51 Lacs

22. KALI MEHANDI POWDER (HAIR DYE POWDER)

18 Lacs

23. ROSE WATER

37 Lacs

24. SHAMPOO

30 Lacs

25. TOILET & HERBAL SOAP

57 Lacs

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PLYWOOD AND

PLYBOARDS

Plywood is made of three or more thin layers

of wood bonded together with an adhesive.

Each layer of wood, or ply, is usually oriented with its grain running at right angles to the adjacent layer in order to reduce the shrinkage and improve the strength of the finished piece. Most plywood is pressed into large, flat sheets used in building construction. Other plywood pieces may be formed into simple or compound curves for use in furniture, boats, and aircraft. The use of thin layers of wood as a means of construction dates to approximately 1500 B.C. when Egyptian craftsmen bonded thin pieces of dark ebony wood to the exterior of a cedar casket found in the tomb of King Tut- Ankh-Amon. This technique was later used

by the Greeks and Romans to produce fine

furniture and other decorative objects. In the 1600s, the art of decorating furniture with thin pieces of wood became known as veneering, and the pieces themselves became known as veneers.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

145 SQF/Day

Land & Building (Area 6000 sq.mt.)Rs. 3.61 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return

Rs. 1.33 Cr. Rs. 50 Lacs Rs. 5.57 Cr.

20%

TITANIUM DIOXIDE

The year 1992 will mark the start of the third century since the discovery of Titanium, stated to be the ninth most plentiful element

in

the earth’s crest. This non-ferrous metal

today holds the same position that was held

by

aluminium at the turn of the 20th century.

Metallurgists and engineers have forecasted

a

very brilliant future for this metal which

represents the most important development in the nbon-ferrous industry since the Second World War. A heavy chemical process industry, the Titanium Dioxide industry has recorded a phenomenal growth since its inception nearly threequarters of a century ago in the United States and Norway, mainly because of its exceptional qualities. These include extraordinary whiteness and brightness close to those of the whitest known substance, magnesium oxide, stability against extreme conditions of environment, tenacity against most

chemicals, nontoxicity, high refractive index and thus higher opacity and relative ease in application. Because of these superior qualities, that this metal possesses, other

popular white pigments like

lithopone, white

lead, zinc oxide, antimony oxide, etc., have steadily given way to titanium dioxide, also popularly known by its chemical formula

TiO2.

Cost Estimation

lant Capacity

15 MTS./Day

Land & Building (Area 8000 sq.mt.)Rs. 9.84 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 12.76 Cr. Rs. 18.98 Cr. Rs. 42.74 Cr.

33%

44%

 

CARBOXY METHYL STARCH

 

T

h e

c h e m i c a l

m o d i f i c a t i o n

o f

polysaccharides is the most important route to modify the properties of the naturally occurring biopolymers and to use this renewable resource in the context of sustainable development. In general, all chemical reactions known from low molecular organic chemistry may be carried out. However, up to now only a limited number of products is produced commercially. Recent research and development is focused on the improvement

of

the known products and synthesis paths as

well as on new derivatives and alternative synthesis concepts. Carboxymethylation of polysaccharides is a widely studied conversion since it is simple and leads to

products with a variety of promising properties. In general, the polysaccharide is activated with aqueous alkali hydroxide mostly sodium hydroxide and converted with monochloroacetic acid or its sodium salt according to the Williamson ether synthesis yielding the carboxymethyl (CM) polysaccharide derivative. Not only cellulose and starch but also various polysaccharides

form different sources are applied as starting materials. Carboxymethyl starch (CMS, as it

is

usually called) was first prepared in 1918

and was produced commercially in the early 1920’s at the IG Farbenindustrie AG in Germany.

 

Cost Estimation

 

Plant Capacity

15 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 15000 sq.mt.) Rs. 17.37 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment

Rs. 7.05 Cr. Rs. 3.65 Cr. Rs. 28.90 Cr.

Rate of Return Break Even Point

 

58%

32%

CONFECTIONERY UNIT WITH TOFFEE, CANDY, CHEWING GUM & BUBBLE GUM

CONFECTIONERY UNIT WITH TOFFEE, CANDY, CHEWING GUM & BUBBLE GUM

Confectionery or sweetmeats are preserved edible delicacies consisting of a solid or crystalline phase and

Confectionery or sweetmeats are preserved edible delicacies consisting of a solid or crystalline phase and a liquid or non- crystalline phase the relative proportion of which determine the type of confectionery. The principal types of confectionery are hand boiled goods, caramel and toffee, ratin goods, comfits or draggees, and lozenges. Sugar is the principal ingredient of confectionery.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 1400 KGS/Day

Plant Capacity Cost Estimation 1400 KGS/Day
Land & Building (Area 1100 sq.mt.) Rs. 69 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 1100 sq.mt.) Rs. 69 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 52 Lacs Rs. 82 Lacs Rs. 2.16 Cr.

19%

66%

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PRODUCTION OF PV PANELS (SOLAR PV PANELS)

The generation of electricity from photovoltaic (PV) solar panels is safe and effective. Because PV systems do not burn fossil fuels they do not produce the toxic air or greenhouse gas emissions associated with conventional fossil fuel fired generation technologies. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, few power-generating technologies have as little environmental impact as photovoltaic solar panels. However, as with all energy sources, there are potential environmental, health and

safety hazards associated with the full product life cycle of photovoltaics. Recent news accounts have raised public interest and concerns about those potential hazards.2 A substantial body of research has investigated the life cycle impacts of photovoltaics including raw material production, manufacture, use and disposal. While some potentially hazardous materials are utilized in the life cycle of photovoltaic systems, none present a risk different or greater than the risks found routinely in modern society.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

110 Nos./Day

Land & Building (Area 1500 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.33 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 1.08 Cr. Rs. 8.94 Cr. Rs. 11.50 Cr.

70%

25%

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AND SNACKS FOOD WITH FORMULAE
The book covers Details of Raw Materials used for Sweets
Manufacture, Making of Milkbased Sweets, Manufacture of
Bengali Sweets, Shrikhand Manufacture, Chakka Powder,
Shrikhand Wadi, Kheer Manufacture, Dried Kheer Mix
Manufacture, Payasam Manufacture, Phirni Manufacture,
Sevian Manufacture, Sohan Halwa, Gajar-ka-Halwa, Kaju
Burfi Manufacture, Ghevar Preparation, Rasogolla, Kheer
and Pal Payasam, Preparation of Lassi, Shrikhand
Preparation, Technology of Khoa Manufacture and Storage,
Peda, Khoa-based Sweet - Kalakand, Khoa-based Sweet -
Gulab Jamun, Milk-based Sweet - Burfi, Chhana-based
Sweet - Rasogolla, Preparation of Kulfi, Yoghurt, Production
of Sandesh, Manufacture of Shrikhand by Ultrafiltration
Process, Preparation of Traditional Sweets, Gulab
Jamun/Rasogullas, Winter Products, Some Selected
Recipes of Traditional Foods, Dessert Powders & Puddings,
Extruded Snacks, Potato-based Textured Snacks, Snacks
and Namkeen Recipies, Snack Food Preservation &
Packaging, Details of Plant, Machinery and Equipments for
Snacks Food, Namkeen and Sweets, Processed Products
from Potato, Pappad and Bariyan Plant, Potato
Chips/Waffers, Potato Chips (Automatic Plant) with
Imported Machinery, Rice Puff, Rice Flakes, Corn flakes and
Wheat flakes (integrated unit), Snack Food, and Packaging
of Snack Foods.

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COPPER STRIP COILS FROM SCRAPS

COPPER STRIP COILS FROM SCRAPS

Metals other then iron and steel are described as non-ferrous metals. For example, Aluminium, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Lead, Silver, Zinc & other precious metals. Copper is reddish-brown of colour white Brass is golden yellow. On chemical spot tests, copper does not react while red brass with silver nitrate will turn black in the solution and yellow brass will show no reaction. Most brasses & bronzes are heavier than steel. Yellow brass is soft compared with Mn-bronze which is hard, brittle & coarse. Copper is the perfect material for recycling. It is valuable, easy to identify, easy to clean, heavy and can be of much use to foundries, melters, & other non-ferrous industries, as scrap. Copper has many important alloys eg. bronze (contains copper, Tin & Zinc) and brass (which contains copper & zinc only). To discourage thefts, scraps are packed in oil drum & hammered the ends over. Pure copper may include scraps from factories making copper products, usually they reclaim if themselves, but ends of copper tubes used in domestic water systems & other buildings, prices of electrical machineries, wire & power cables etc.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

wire & power cables etc. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 3.33 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 10000

3.33 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 10000 sq.mt.)Rs. 9.20 Cr.

Land & Building (Area 10000 sq.mt.)Rs. 9.20 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 1.59 Cr. Rs. 5.38 Cr. Rs. 16.55 Cr.

52%

35%

NITROUS OXIDE

NITROUS OXIDE

Nitrous oxide is one of the important gas, manufactured strictly for medical anaesthetic purpose. It

Nitrous oxide is one of the important gas, manufactured strictly for medical anaesthetic purpose. It is used before surgical operations in all most all Hospitals, Nursing homes medical centres etc. The anaesthetic doses of the nitrous oxide is strictly assessed and controlled by expert doctors. This gas is now widely gaining importance all over the world. Now a days there are very few manufacturers who are manufacturing this gas. The nitrous oxide gas is, now a days used as anaesthetic agent. It is used both for human as well as veterinary anaesthetic agent. There are only few manufacturers who are manufacturing this item for hospital application. But in comparison to demand, the production is negligible.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

the production is negligible. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1 Ton./Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs.

1 Ton./Day

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 26 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 26 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 42 Lacs Rs. 30 Lacs Rs. 1.04 Cr.

59%

43%

CASHEW NUT

PROCESSING

Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) a native of Eastern Brazil introduced to India just as other commercial crops like Rubber, Coffee, Tea etc. by the Portuguese nearly five centuries back. The first introduction of cashew in India was made in Goa from where it spread to other parts of the country. In the beginning it was mainly considered as a crop for afforestation and soil binding to check erosions. The nuts, apple and other by products of this crop are of commercial importance. Though its commercial exploitation began from the early 60’s, marginal lands and denuded forests were the areas set apart for the plantation development. Due to the absence of high yielding varieties and multiplication techniques, indiscript seeds and seedlings were used for planting purposes. Because of its adaptive ability in wide range of agro climatic conditions it has become a crop of high economy and attained the status of an export oriented commodity bringing considerable foreign exchange to the country.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

2 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.37 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 55 Lacs Rs. 1.74 Cr. Rs. 3.80 Cr.

28%

54%

CEILING FANS

CEILING FANS

Ceiling fans (technically, paddle fans) are functional and attractive room additions that will add value

Ceiling fans (technically, paddle fans) are functional and attractive room additions that will add value when you have to sell your home. They can also assist with both heating and cooling your home in the coldest and warmest months of the year, with a switch that reverses the flow of the air as needed. When your heating system is operational, moving the switch up pushes the warm air off the ceiling to warm the whole living space. When the air conditioner is on, moving the switch down forces the cooler air to mix with the warm air at the top of the room. The A/C processes all the air, removing moisture and cooling it as well. Adding ceiling fans in the biggest and most frequently used living spaces in your home requires only a moderate level of DIY skill.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

moderate level of DIY skill. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 240 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 1000

240 Nos./Day

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.09 Cr.

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.09 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 32 Lacs Rs. 1.69 Cr. Rs. 3.28 Cr.

62%

41%

SBR RUBBER SHEETS, SHOE SOLE & FOOTWEAR MANUFACTURING

Indian rubber industry is nearly five decades old. There are over 1,400 rubber manufacturing units spread over the country. The total production of rubber goods is estimated at Rs 340/- crores. In a span of over 50 years the Indian rubber Industry has grown from strength to strength. Nearly a decade ago the industry was entirely dependent on imports for its basic raw materials. But now the industry is almost self sufficient except for a very small range of specialty products.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 2500 Pairs/Day

Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.04 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return

Rs. 97 Lacs Rs. 2.58 Cr. Rs. 4.68 Cr.

44%

23

23 DAIRY FARMING (BUFFALO & COWS), DAIRY PRODUCTS AND OTHER MILK PROCESSING INDUSTRIES Cost Rs. 17,978/- for All 23 Project Reports in Cd.

PROJECT NAME

PROJECT COST

1. BUTTER MILK

100 Lacs

2. CASEIN FROM MILK 22 Cr.

3. CONDENSED SWEETENED MILK WITH

 

CONTAINERS MANUFACTURING

41 Cr.

4. CONDENSED MILK SWEETENED

53 Cr.

5. DAIRY FARM TO PRODUCE MILK & GOAT FARM

56 Cr.

6. DAIRY FARMING & DAIRY PRODUCTS

 

204 Lacs

7. DAIRY FARM TO PRODUCE MILK (JERSEY COW)

45 Lacs

8. DAIRY FARM TO PRODUCE MILK (BUFFALOE)

24 Lacs

9. DAIRY DEVELOPMENT 185 Lacs

10. FLAVOURED MILK (STERILIZED)

62 Lacs

11. GHEE AND BUTTER 106 Lacs

12. ICE CREAM OF DIFFERENT FLAVOURS

 
 

78

Lacs

13. LACTOSE AND BY-PRODUCTS PROCESSING FROM MILK

14 Lacs

14. MILK TOFFEE MANUFACTURES

12 Lacs

15. MITHAI/HALWAI (SWEET & NAMKEEN)

 
 

46

Lacs

16. MILK POWDER & GHEE 145 Lacs

17. MILK CHILLING PLANT

73 Lacs

18. MILK PROCESSING PLANT

162 Lacs

19. PROCESSED CHEESE 68 Lacs

20. PEANUT MILK, KEFIR, FLAVOURED PEANUT MILK MILK BEVERAGE

13 Lacs

21. SOYA MILK & PANEER 148 Lacs

22. TONED MILK

6.66 Cr.

23. YOGHURT

2.38 Cr.

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BRICKS FROM

STONE DUST

Brick are produced in almost all towns and villages in India, and organised bricks fields are found in the neighborhood of large cities. Refractory bricks, a special class of bricks, are included under refraction. Bricks

are made of earth or natural clay fly ash, sand dust which should be sufficiently plastic and should not shrink, crack or warp during drying and burning. Iron oxide in the clay is responsible for the characteristics red colour of Bricks, and excess of it gives them

a bluish black colour. The usual size of

bricks are 12" x 6" x 22" (old Indian bricks)

10" x 5" x 3" (usual Bengal bricks), 92" x 4

3/4" x 2 3/4" (Bengal P.W.D. Specif), 9" x 4" x 22" (Northern India P.W.D. specif). The width

of the brick is about 2" less than half of its

length, so that one brick when laid lengthwise will just cover two bricks laid cross wise, with a filling of mortar between them. Hollow bricks are light (about 11 percent lighter than ordinary bricks) and afford better insulation against sound heat and cold. They may be made in any brick factory worked by power and are manufactured in three sizes: 9" x 42" x 3", 9" x 52" x 2 5/8", and 9" x 62" x 3".

Cost Estimation 50000 Nos/Day

Plant Capacity

Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 3.16 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

60%

15%

Rs. 52 Lacs Rs. 1.08 Cr. Rs. 4.92 Cr.

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RUBBER SHEETS FOR SHOE SOLES

Indian rubber industry is nearly five decades old. There are over 1,400 ubber manufacturing units spread over the country. The total production of rubber goods is estimated at Rs 340/- crores. In a span of over 50 years the Indian rubber Industry has grown from strength to strength. Nearly a decade ago the industry was entirely dependent on imports for its basic raw materials. But now the industry is almost self sufficient except for a very small range of

specialty products. The industry’s steady progress can be evident from the following facts. Consistent increase in consumption of new rubber which has jumped from 22, 790, tonnes in 1951 is 1,38,200 tonnes in 1972.

Considerable increase in number of rubber factories. Steady increase in exports of rubber products crossing the figure of Rs 11.5 crores. The natural rubber production in the country at the end of current year 1973 would be 1.25 lakh times, synthetic rubber 35,000 tonnes and reclained 30,000 tonnes.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 4000 Pairs/Day

Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.04 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 2 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 84 Lacs Rs. 82 Lacs Rs. 2.79 Cr.

39%

54%

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Organic Matter and Humus, In Situ Manuring, Ex-
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Utilization of Neem, Patents on Neem, Neem in
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Uses, Neem in Pest Control, Neem as a Fertilizer,
Synonyms and Properties of Neem, Adoption and
Success, Economics and Marketing, Organic Food
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Specifications of Organic Food, Principles of Organic
Production, Permitted Substances for the production
of organic foods, Minimum Inspection Requirements
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certificatation system, Soil for Cultivation, Biogas
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DEXTROSE SALINE

Intra venous fluids, in general are used as I.V drips for patients in nursing homes and hospitals suffering from acute 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, 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 dextro-saline 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. Dextrose (D-glucose, corn sugar, starch sugar, blood sugar, grape

sugar)

is by for the most abundant sugar in

nature and occurs either in the free state (monosaccharide form) or chemically linked with other sugar varieties. In the free state, it occurs in substantial quantities in honey, fruits, and berries. As a polymer of anhydrodextrose units, it occurs in starch, cellulose, and glycogen. Sucrose is a disaccharide of dextrose and fructose. Commercial production of dextrose by hydrolysis of starch yields white crystalline sugars that are either anhydrous (C6H12O6) or hydrated (C6H12O6H2O).

 

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

12000 Btl/Day

Land & Building (Area 9000 sq.mt.)Rs. 4.01 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 4.90 Cr. Rs. 1.73 Cr. Rs. 11.06 Cr.

20%

66%

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Modern Technology of

Frozen Food Products

The book Modern Technology of Frozen Food Products covers Introductgion to Freezing, Frozen Food Composition, Frozen Natural Food Product, Effects of Freezing on Nutritional and Microbiological Properties of Foods, Selecting Refrigeration and Freezer Plant, Emerging and Novel Freezing Processes, Freezing of Meat, Process for Producing Freeze Dried Meat, Chilling of Meat Products, Process for Quick Freezing of Meat, Apparatus for Freeze Forming Meat Products, Method for modifying pH within meat products, Dehydrated Meat Product Protected Against Oxidation, Method for Treating Frozen Meat, Soft Frozen Liquid Egg Product, Freezing of Fish, Method of Freezing Fishery Products, Production of Refrigerated Minced Fish Flesh, Process for Providing a Frozen Fish Product, Fish Storage Tray and Dividers and Method of Storing Frozen Fish.

ALUM

Alum are represented by the general formula

R 1/2 SO4, R2"(SO4)3.24.H2O. Where R

and R”are respectively monovalent and trivalent radicals. They are usually the double salts of ammonium, potassium or sodium sulphate with aluminium. Chromium

or iron sulphate, and are readily prepared y

by concentrating and cooling a solution containing molecular proportions of the Component Sulphate. Alum is marketed in various grades. The cheapest grade called “alum cake”. Potash alum also known as alum alumen. Ferric alumin is alumini sulphate containing iron obtained from the bauxite ore. Potash alum is prepared from its

naturally occuring minerals such as alunite, and Ratinite, but in India these do not occur in appreciable quantities. Alum was formerly prepared from alum shales by roasting them

in

year and leaching it out with water. Alum is

now produced in India by crystallizing together equivalent produced in India by Crystallizing together equivalent proportion of potassium sulphate and aluminium sulphate. The solution is concentrated and the crystals are separated out are melted to yield lump alum or recrystalized to obtain large crystals.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

20 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 1500 sq.mt.)Rs. 29 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment

Rs. 50 Lacs Rs. 55 Lacs Rs. 1.60 Cr.

Rate of Return

58%

Break Even Point

36%

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BLOWING AGENTS

A blowing agent may be defined as a compound, organic or inorganic, that releases a gas when heated to a definite minimum temperature. It is infact, the decomposition temperature which determines the usefulness of a blowing agent, many different and diverse materials, have been used for blowing agents, ranging from the domestic product backing powder to materials which can be classed as mild explosives. However in case or rubber under well defined condition, blowing agents liberate gases giving expended closed cell or open cell structure rubber product. The most commonly used inorganic blowing agent in sodium bicarbonate, though ammonium carbonate and bicarbonate are still in use. These liberate CO2 and yield an open hore structure. Ammonium Carbonates are of the earlist blowing agents used for production or sponege rubber and is still used for toilet sponge. Sodium bicarbonate is still quite popular because of its low cost compared to organic blowing agents. It is used in quantities upto 10% a high close of stearic acid is normally used to facility decomposition of the bicarbonate before the curing starts, in the production of open cell sponge rubber.

curing starts, in the production of open cell sponge rubber. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 500 KGS/Day

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

500 KGS/Day Rs. 6 Lacs Rs. 7 Lacs Rs. 22 Lacs Rs. 37 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

66%

36%

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Citrus Fruits Cultivation & Processing Technology

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

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ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND SPARE PARTS

Most of the parts of our life is spent at home. We start for our regular works from our permanent dwelling place, we get ourselves ready for each and every work of the day at home and we eat, drink, sleep and do allthe variety of works there only. Therefore, every one’s prime interest goes to collect things of comforts for his house. Those articles which go into helping our household works are formed domestic articles. These are of various types and for various functions eg. for cooking, serving and others. There are some standard household items which essentially are required for every family big or small, poor or rich. But, certain other domestic items require more than average expenses but more-or-less are unsparable like coolers, fans, air conditioners for keeping the house cool during summer season. Heat convectors, heater etc. are essential for heating the room air when ambient temperature goes down and biting cold weather affects normal living. Similarly water boilers and immersion heating rods, Geysers and water heaters etc are important appliances to get desirably hot water during winter season for bathing.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

14 Nos./Day

Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.25 Cr.

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 7 Lacs Rs. 18 Lacs Rs. 1.51 Lacs

19%

58%

BUS & TRUCK BODY-BUILDING

BUS & TRUCK BODY-BUILDING

Automobiles body building units generally speciallise in a few types of vehicles. For example, a body building workshop of small capacity can under take either trucks or buses of standard design or mini buses or delivery vans or similar other vehicles used for commercial transportation of goods & passengers. But, sufficiently big auto-body building factories can under take a range of chassises for constructing and mounting body on them. Auto-body building involves a lot of structural designs, wood & metal working processes, fastening techniques surface protection measures, arranging various accessories and instruments electricals and safety devices at proper places. Such a factory requires to be fully equipped with full-range of wood/metal working machines and tools, treating and testing equipments, high level of productivity and quality oriented team and much more facilities indeed. Body building is a labour- oriented work where all calibres of personnels and hard working labourers are treated as assets.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 3 Bus Bodies/Day 5 Truck Bodies/Day

Plant Capacity Cost Estimation 3 Bus Bodies/Day 5 Truck Bodies/Day
Land & Building (Area 12.50 Acres)Rs. 65 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 12.50 Acres)Rs. 65 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 75 Lacs Rs. 1.80 Cr. Rs. 3.59 Cr.

73%

29%

PVC PIPES & FITTINGS

PVC PIPES & FITTINGS

One hospital bed out of four in the world is occupied by a patient who is ill because of polluted water. Provision of safe and convenient water supply is the single most important activity that could be under taken to improve the health of people living in rural areas of the developing countries - it is the statement of world health organisation. Water makes life possible, and it is difficult to imagine any programme for human development or improvement that does not pre-suppose or require a readily available supply of water. Probably there may be potentially enough water to meet forth coming needs. But frustratingly, it tends to be available in the wrong place, at the wrong time or with the wrong quality, and in one way or another, all societies are served with an adequate and safe water supply. Less than 30% of the world’s population has access to piped water, the rest of the people rely on wells, rivers and other sources. Most of these water sources are open to contamination by pathogenic organism. Where there is no water, there is no life. Where there is contaminated water, there is a short life expactancy and a high incidence of disease and sufferings. Over 70% of India’s rural population does not have access to safe drinking water. Villagers have to trek for miles to get water. It is estimated that at least 24 million people are living at risk in about 34,000 cholera, endemic villeges, and small towns.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

villeges, and small towns. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2.50 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 1800 sq.mt.)Rs.

2.50 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 1800 sq.mt.)Rs. 26 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 1800 sq.mt.)Rs. 26 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 29 Lacs Rs. 1.04 Cr. Rs. 1.70 Cr.

35%

50%

‘O’ RINGSS

‘O’ rings are essential components in the automotive engine and machinery such as gear boxes, hydraulic and pneumatic cylinder, pumps and compressors etc. It is used for preventing the escape of lubricating oil from rotating shaft and as also to prevent. Dust from entering inside the engine and other working parts when both contacting parts are stationery the seal is named as “static seal” and when in motion dynamic seal are used. ‘O’ rings are most popular in use. The metal reinforcement is necessary to provide rigidily when assembling. The springs are used for exesting pressure to ensure good sealing as the rubber gradually wear. The variety of sizes than can be manufactured are innumerable. Elastomers when exposed to heat tend to harden and becomes brittle.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 16000000 Nos./Day

Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Rs. 12 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 1 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 3 Lacs Rs. 11 Lacs Rs. 27 Lacs

98%

28%

SYNTHETIC RED & YELLOW IRON OXIDE

SYNTHETIC RED & YELLOW IRON OXIDE

Iron Oxides are extensively used in the preparation of paints. There are two main stains yellow and red, Both these varieties are available in synthetic and natural forms. Yellow oxide of iron is widely used as a retainer in glass paints, undercoats, of iron finds application in paints rubber, plastics, ceramics, paper linoleum and for polishing glass, metals and diamonds, Iron oxides are used in paints for exterior work on account of the low cost and protective value. They are used as primers for structural steel, automobiles bodies, ship bottoms of iron prolong life of the substance by eliminating the dest- ructive effect light on the film. Iron oxide pigments own their yellower tint to feerous oxide and ferric hydroxide while red red dish-brown colour is essentially due to anhydrous ferric oxide Fe203. There are various types of deposits of yellow and red Oxides of iron available in various places in the world mainly they are classified as under.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

they are classified as under. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 1000

2 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs. 9 Lacs

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs. 9 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point
Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 9 Lacs Rs. 20 Lacs Rs. 40 Lacs

31%

56%

RUBBER ROLLERS & EBONITE ROLLERS

Rubber is the coagulated juice or latex of various species of Heaves and certain other plants. The climatic conditions prevailing in the equatorial low areas are favourable to growth of rubber trees. Malaysia contributes maximum production of rubber all over the World. India produces adequatic amount of rubber to meet the country needs. Of the many applications of rubber metal bounded assemblies, rubber roller cover a wide field ranging from typewriter to textile industry. A rubber roller is in fact a cylinder of rubber bounded to a metallic core. The rubber cylinder protects the metallic core against chemical attack, and protects the material being handled against damage. Rollers are used for application of liquid to or wiping a liquid off a surface, squeezing liquid out of a substract and sometimes giving a mild abrasion to the material surface.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity Land & Building (Area 300 sq.mt.) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

10 Pcs/Day Rs. 9 Lacs Rs. 6 Lacs Rs. 5 Lacs Rs. 22 Lacs

37%

57%

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KITCHENWARES & CATERING EQUIPMENTS (FOR S.S. AND M.S.)

The catering equipments are the roots of any Hotel and the quality of items produced in the

equipments depends on proper fabrication and structural material etc. Catering industry,

a

specialized industry of paramount

importance & bridges the gap between the main producer of steel and its consumers.

This industry is essentially of a jobbing type and covers a vast range of widely different structural. Attempt may be made to find the broad limits of the industry in terms of the basis processes undertakes, which include cutting, welding and rivetting, primarily, and casting, forging and machining as subsidiary process. Steel fabrication find extensive use

in

various developmental activities though

the range and extent of their utilization may vary from one sector to another. Traditionally

the most important fabrications are the general use for all types of residential kitchens factories, offices, shops, schools,

hospitals for conventional uses. For hydro electric and irrigation schemes, structuals for sluice gates, operating gate, and pen stock

 

are

that types broadly used.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

5.20 MT./Day

Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.)Rs. 12 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 12 Lacs Rs. 1.20 Cr. Rs. 1.50 Cr.

143%

19%

IDLI MIX, DOSA MIX, SAMBAR MIX, VADA MIX GULABJAMUN MIX, TOMATO SOUP MIX ETC. (INSTANT FOOD)

Instant soup mix, Idli mix, Dosa mix, Vada mix, Sambar mix, Gulab Jamun and Dahi Vada mix have come into existence due to the great advances in food technology. In this modern world, these mixes are getting immense popularity. These are widely used in hotels restaurants, dhaba, homes, etc. people have developed a natural fancy for such fast food parlour dishes. They have also developed a great taste and relish for such palatable items. Owing to their great popularity, there is an eventually a great

demand for these product which are thus selling like hot cakes. Besides such prevalent food items can be early procurable from variegated shops, vendors, and mobile food snacks parlours. These items are quiet economical which are within the access of a middle class man. With the growing population and refinement in taste and eating habbits, the demand of these items is increasing tremendously. Therefore it is very imperative that more units should come up in

the field to prepare such items to cater.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

1.20 Ton./Day

Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Plant & Machinery

Rs. 8 Lacs Rs. 13 Lacs Rs. 30 Lacs Rs. 56 Lacs

W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

100%

29%

 

DRY DISTEMPER AND SNOW CEM POWDER

Distempers and snow cem powder as a class belong to water paints. These are the powder mixture of pigment and binder which when dispersed in water gives the required

water paint. Distempers are manufactured in

a

wide range of bright colours and find

extensive use as well coatings on cemented

surfaces just like white wash. Recently, distempers have replaced white wash and calcimine. This is mainly due to the superior retention powder, durability, and light fastness on exposure to exterior conditions throughout the year. Calcimine is a distemper

in

whiting as the principal pigment. It is sold

in

the form of dry powder to be mixed with

water by the painter and is intended primarily

for

the decoration of plastered interior walls.

Calcimine represent the latest expensive decorative coating available above the crude level of white wash or lime wash. It makes falt coatings with clear. Soft colour that do not fade and do not turn yellow in subsuced light. Distemper form a cheap, durable and easily applied decoration for internal use on most building material except wood and metal whose moisture & thermal movement are likely to cause flaking. They are eminently suitable for decorating large surfaces of plaster cement products bricks and various forms of wall boards such as plaster board and insulating board, if suitably formulated they may be used externally on cement products or on brick work.

 

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity

1 Ton/Day

Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 24 Lacs

Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

Rs. 11 Lacs Rs. 18 Lacs Rs. 56 Lacs

37%

52%

COAL TAR PITCH

Coal tar pitch is a byproduct of turning coal

into coke or coal gas. It is a sticky, dark brown

or black liquid that resists flowing and has a

very strong smell. In most cases, the volume of coal tar pitch used in medicinal preparations is very small in comparison to the amounts produced. As a result, most of the pitch is further processed to remove useful chemicals or is simply burned. Coal Tar Pitch Manufacturing Process. Crude Coal Tar received from by-product coke oven plants is heated to temperatures up to 400oC in specially designed distillation stills. This removes moisture, Naphthalene, Light Creosote Oil and Heavy Creosote Oil from the Coal Tar. The resultant product is called Coal Tar Pitch. Depending on the blend of Crude Coal Tar and the temperatures to which the distillation is carried out different grades of Coal.

Cost Estimation

Plant Capacity Land & Building (Area 1 Acre) Plant & Machinery W.C. for 3 Months Total Capital Investment Rate of Return Break Even Point

25 MT./Day Rs. 1.27 Cr. Rs. 75 Lacs Rs. 5.49 Cr. Rs. 7.65 Cr.

73%

29%

SURGICAL GLOVES FROM LATEX

The gloves are made from latex by dipping method. In the same plant of hand gloves,

other products like finger stalls, baloons, etc. can also be manufactured. Deposition of rubber by dipping an article in rubber solution

in order to obtain thin walled articles in and old process, toy baloons, gloves for surgical and household use were made by dipping forms in milled rubber solution as cements. A single dip was sufficient for producing very thin articles, but in case of heavy ones the dipping and drying operations had to be

repeated several times.

The solution uses as

of high viscosity, yet it contain only a very

small percentage of rubber, consequently the usage of solvent was high and the method of solvent recovery were very inefficient. It was not surprising that when latex become commercially available attempts were made to use it in place of rubber solutions. Dipped goods from latex especially surgical gloves, industrial gloves, finger stalls etc. are finding increasing use formerly almost these articles were importan. However, some large scale units in the country almost monopolished the manufacture and the marketing of these products. Recently much progress has been made in small sector. Especially because technical know how is no longer a problem and all the raw materials are available indignously.

Plant Capacity

Cost Estimation 900000 Doz/Day