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October’2012

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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 EstimationPlant Capacity 12000 Btl/Day Land & Building (Area 9000 sq.mt.)Rs. 4.01 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 4.90 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.73 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 11.06 Cr. Rate of Return 20% Break Even Point 66%

PROFITABLE CHEMICAL PROJECTS

DEXTROSE SALINE

Anti-foaming agents may be categorized as solubilized surfactants, as dispersions of hard particlces and as dispersions of soft particles. In all cases a liquid non-aqueous vehicle is present even where the anti-foaming agent is represented as a solid formation. Water may also be present part icularly in emulsif ied si l icone formulations. Antifoaming agent are used to reduce foaming owing to proteins gases or nitrogenous materials which may cause interference with processing. Formulation of silicone and other polymers in all are used often in emulsion form. the num ber of synthetic and natural materials used in defoamers is legion however they have in common a degree of surface activity. Soft - particle formulations may consist of paraffinc waxes or falty amides among other components as the dispersed phase a non aqueous liquid serves as the vehicle. A fine particle size is generally desired which is effected by grinding or chilling a hot solution rapidly. In addition to the particulate components members of solubilized surfactant class are generally present.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 9 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)Rs. 6.82 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.01 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 7.69 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 18.08 Cr.Rate of Return 60% Break Even Point 27%

ANTI-FOAMING AGENT (SILICONE BASED) FOR DISTILLERY,

SUGAR INDUSTRY, PAPER PLANT ETC.

SCFE CO2 extraction process for spices oleoresin is the latest energy efficient process in the world. Probably, no plant is working in India based on this technology. The extraction of essential oils, organoleptic compounds, i.e., the compounds responsible for aroma, flavour, and taste from both liquids and solid plant materials is possiblt using supercritical carbon dioxide. Materials that can be used are any plant materials which contain aromatic substances such as: herbs, spices, flowers, crop seeds (e.g. hops, coffee), pharmaceutically active compounds. Chemical industry. Applications of spices oleoresins are in food industry, beverage industry, pharmaceutical industry, toilet preparations (cosmetics and pefumes) industry.

Cost Estimationlant Cap. CHILLY OLEORESIN 1800 KGS/DAYGINGER OLEORESIN 360 KGS/DAY Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 3.09 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 4.12 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 4.62 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 12.46 Cr. Rate of Return 33% Break Even Point 48%

SPICE OILS & OLEORESINS

D-Soribitol, CH2OH(CHOH)4CH2OH (D-glucitol, L-gulitol), is a hexahydric alcohol with a 6-carbon atom straight-chain that contains six hydroxyl gropups, and has a molecular weight of 182.17. It exists as a white, odorless, crystalline solid. Because of a negative heat of solution, sorbitol has a cooling effect when tasted. The hexitol has about two-thirds the sweetness of sugar. Sorbitol was first isolated by the French chemist Joseph Boussingault in 1872 from the fresh juice of mountain ash berries. It has since been found in many natural products such as edible fruits (apples, plums, peaches, cherries, etc.), berries of mountain ash, hawthorn and Sorbus domestica, tobacco, algae, and red seaweed. In spite of its wide occurrence, natural materials are not a good commercial source of sorbitol, and it is made synthetically. The content of sorbitol in grapes is insignificant and advantage is taken of this situation by using a sorbitol assay of grape wines as a means of detecting adulteration with other fruit wines or apple cider. This sugar alcohol has been synthesized by the reduction of D-glucose, D-fructose, L-glucose and D-mannose. The most important commercial processes are the electrolytic and high pressure hydrogenation of D-glucose (dextrose), although the electrolytic method is gradually fading out of the picture.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 66 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 8000 sq.mt.)Rs. 9.52 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 5.92 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 8.58 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 24.76 Cr. Rate of Return 52% Break Even Point 37%

SORBITOLFROM MAIZE STARCH

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Pain is perhaps the most universal of man’s experiences. The sensation is valuable in alerting an individual to the fact that they have been injured or may be ill, and is a useful guide to the physician in making an accurate diagnosis and in evaluating the efficiency of a therapeutic regimen. Beyond these important functions of pain as sensation is pain as suffering i.e., the original senation plus there actions evoked by the sensation. Man has probably always sought methods for the relief of suffering pain. Before the advent of modern therapentics, relief of pain was frequently the only treatment available for an afflicted individual, any thing which descrease sensibility was regarded as useful. Analgesics are substances that relieve pain.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 3.72 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Rs. 2 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.43 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 1.13 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 4.90 Cr. Rate of Return 19% Break Even Point 61%

ASPIRIN

The purpose of Coolant is to remove excess heat produced from the engine operation, to control corrosion and scaling, antifreeze and boil over the radiator water. So many years ago water was used to reduce the temperature. Water is an effective heat transfer fluid but it boils at very low temperature., highly corrosive and format scaling. It impure the cooling liquid by accumulating corrosive and scaled waste. So it chocks up tubes of radiator and finally engine overheats. The complexity is increased with the use of aluminum alloys in the head, water pump and radiators.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 200 Ltr./Day Land & Building (Area 350 sq.mt.) Rs. 17 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 7 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 11 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 38 Lacs Rate of Return 28% Break Even Point 57%

COOLANT (ENGINE)

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Tricalcium orthophosphate, Ca3 (PO4)2, commonly known as calcium phosphate, occurs in nature as rock phosphate ore, for example and is used as such as a source of fertilizer. It can also be converted with sulphuric acid to a mixture of calcium sulphate and phosphoric acid, or it can also be converted with sulphuric acid to a mixture of calcium sulfate and monocalcium phosphate, Ca(H2 PO4)2, the latter also being known as calcium dihydrogen phosphate. Calcium phosphate has a relatively low phosphorous content (20% m/m) while monocalcium phosphate, while having a much higher phosphorous content (26.5% m/m), is difficult to manufacture, and also expensive mainly because one of the by-products of the reaction by means of which it is so prepared, calcium sulphate, has to be discarded as a waste product. Therefore, there is a need for an economical method of producing calcium hydrogenphosphate from calcium phosphate. There is a further need in the art for an economical method of producing monocalcium phosphate fertilizer from calcium phosphate and further producing edible products from the resultant fertilizer.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 300 Ton/Day Land & Build. (Area 30000 sq.mt.)Rs. 33.41 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 30.63 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 45.36 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 112.66 Cr. Rate of Return 38% Break Even Point 39%

MONO CALCIUM PHOSPHATE (MCP) AND DI CALCIUM

PHOSPHATE (DCP)

521. ANIMAL FEED (CATTLE,POULTRY, SHEEP

OF PIG) (LIQUID FEED) (MOLASSES BASED)

2. ADHESIVE BASED OIL VINYL ACETATE (FEVICOL TYPE)

3. AIR CONDITIONERS & PARTS 4. AFTER SHAVE LOTION 5. AYURVEDIC MEDICINES 6. AUTO TUBES 7. BAKERY UNIT (PASTRIES, BREAD,

BUNS,CAKE, TOFFEE) 8. BOPP ADHESIVE TAPES 9. CANDLE MAKING PROCESSES &

ORMULATIONS 10. CEILING FAN (E.O.UNIT) 11. CANDLE MAKING UNIT SEMI AUTOMATIC 12. COLD DRINKS 13. CYBER CAFE 14. COOLANT (ENGING) 15. CHROME PLATING 16. CARBON PAPER 17. DETERGENT CAKE & POWDER 18. EXTRACTION OF ESSENTIAL OILS19. EXERCISE NOTE BOOK & REGISTER

(E.O.UNIT)20. ELECTRIC SWITCHES, PLUGS, SOCKETS 21. FIBER GLASS 22. GOAT AND SHEEP FARMING 23. HAND MADE PAPER (E.O.UNIT) 24. ICE CREAM OF DIFFERENT FLAVOURS 25. JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY, PICKLES AND

SQUASHES26. LIQUID ADHESIVE FOR CORRUGATED

BOARD & BOXES 27. LEATHER TO LEATHER ADHESIVE

(LATEX BASED ADHESIVES) 28. LATEX RUBBER CONDOMS (E.O.UNIT) 29. MINI FLOUR MILL 30. MENTHOL BOLD CRYSTALS (E.O.UNIT) 31. MOSQUITO COILS AND MATS 32. MUSHROOMS (CULTIVATION &

PROCESSING UNIT) 33. NAMKEEN INDUSTRY (BHUJIA, CHANA

CHUR) 34. N.C.PUTTY 35. OIL SEALS 36. PAPER GLASSES FOR

BEVERAGE(E.O.UNIT) 37. PET BOTTLES FROM PRE-FORM

(CAPSULES) 38. PICKLES, MURABBAS AND SAUCES ETC. 39. POULTRY AND BROILER

(HATCHERY)FARMING40. PAINT INDUSTRY (E.O.UNIT) 41. PRESSURE COOKER (E.O.UNIT) 42. RESTAURANTS WITH PUB 43. SHAMPOO (E.O.UNIT) 44. SILVER EXTRACTION 45. STARCH & DEXTRIN BASED ADHESIVE 46. SATTU 47. SAFED MUSLI CULTIVATION &

PROCESSING (EXTRACT & POWDER) 48. THINNERS 49. TYPE RETREADING BY COLD PROCESS 50. U.P.S. 51. VERMICELLI 52. WALL PUTTY

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

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Economics with Profitability Analysis, BEP, Resources of Finance etc. Price of this CD

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Boric Acid (Orthoboric acid) H3BO3, formerly sometimes called boracic acid, is tonnage material, the predominant use of which (except as a raw material for boron and boron c o m p o u n d s ) i s i n m e d i c a l a n d pharmaceutical compounds, such as eye and mouth washes and nasal sprays. Solution of boric acid non irritating and slightly astringent, with antiseptic qualities. A saturated solution of H3BO3 contains approximately 2% of the compound at 0oC;inceasing to 39% at 100o C. Commercially boric acid has the composition B2O3.3H2O. It is derived by adding hydrochloric acid or sulphuric acid to a solution of borax and crystallizing. It is also derived from borax barine, by extraction with a kerosine solution of chelating agent such as 2-ethyl-1, 3-hexane-diol, or other polyols. Borates are stripped from the chelate by sulphuric acid. At present only two Industries under DGTD which is engaged in the manufacture of boric acid at the installed capacity of 3,660 tonne per annum. Other 3-4 industries also engaged in the manufacture of boric acid but the data is not available of these industries. It can be manufactured in the small scale sector. Plant and machinery are indigenously available. Raw materials required for the production of boric acid is also indigenously available.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1 Ton/Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 46 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 23 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 17 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 92 Lacs Rate of Return 39% Break Even Point 52%

BORIC ACID

Fertilizers are substances which are introduced into the oil to increase the yields of agricultural crops. In addition to increasing the amount of agricultural produce, fertilizers also improve their quality. Thus with the use of fertilizes the starch, sugar, protein and oil content of plant is raised, this in turn increases the contents of fats and proteins in livestock’s products. The use of fertilizers increases the strength of such products as flax, cotton, and wool. Fertilizers increase the resistance of plants to disease, drought, low temperatures and other condit ions which hinder the development of plants. Fertilizers are broadly classified in two types. (1) organic eg. manure etc and (2) Inorganic eg. Calcium Ammonium Nitrate, Super phosphate etc. Inorganic fertilizers are salts which contain elements essential for plant growth and which are introduced into the soil to obtain large crops regularly. About 60 of the elements are found in composition of the various plants.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 330 MT./Day Land & Build. (Area 30000 sq.mt.)Rs. 33.42 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 28.48 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 46.33 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 110.94 Cr. Rate of Return 41% Break Even Point 36%

SINGLE SUPER PHOSPHATE & SULPHURIC ACID

The book covers Biotechnology: An overview, Recombinant Dna Technology, Plant Tissue Culture, Principles and Methodology, Synthetic Seeds, Biotechnology Methods of Crop Improvement, Transgenic Plants, Enzyme Technology, Biotechnology Crop Improvement in India, Biotechnology Forestry, Biotechnology Agro Industrial Development, Biotechnology Biomass Energy, Foods and Beverages, fuel Biotechnology, Plant Economics of Biotechnology Institute, Plant Economics of Biofertilizers from Cowdung, Plant Economics of Biofertilizers from Waste, Plant Economics of Biofertilizers from Garbage (MSW), Plant Economics of Ethanol (Biofuel) from Molasses, Plant Economics of Floriculture (Cut Flower Rose with Green House Technology, Plant Economics of Hybrid Seeds, Plant Economics of Jatropha (Bio-Diesel Cultivation & Extraction, Plant Economics of Organic Manure, Plant Economics of Protein And Protein Based Products, Plant Economics of Tissue Culture(100% E.O.U.), Plant Economics of Vermi Composting, Suppliers of Plant and Machineries.

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42. SPICES/MASALA (EOU) 43. SNACK FOOD (CRAX SIZE)

(ROLL & BALL TYPE) 44. SCOURING BAR 45. SAND PAPER 46. TOILET SOAP FROM SOAP NOODLES 47. TOILET SOAP INDUSTRY (SOAP FROM

SOAP STOCK) 48. TOILET & HERBAL SOAP 49. TAMARIND JUICE POWDER 50. TRANSFORMER OIL 51. TURBINE OIL 52. THINNERS 53. THINNERS (ETHYL ALCOHOL BASED) 54. TEA & COFFEE PROCESSING AND

PACKAGING 55. V-BELTS 56. WHITE OIL FROM KEROSENE OIL 57. WASHING & LAUNDRY SOAP

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. Ferric and Non Ferric Alum is marketed in various grades. The cheapest grade called “alum cake”. Potash alum also known as alum alumen. Ferric alumin is aluminium sulphate containing iron obtained from the bauxite ore. Potash alum is prepared from its naturally occurring 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 EstimationPlant Capacity 15 MT./DayLand & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs. 2.25 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 91 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.09 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 4.36 Cr. Rate of Return 24% Break Even Point 56%

FERRIC AND NON FERRIC ALUM

START YOUR OWN CHEMICAL BASED INDUSTRY

All the cosmetics consumed, talcum powders talcum powder underebly leads the list. In earliest human societies, powdered materials and clay muds were among the first preparations to be used on the face for commetic purposes, and they are still being used in this manner by primitive people. The first substances used for powder were such simple and widely divefgent produccts as chalk and white lead. Slowly, they involved more complicated blends of different materials, finally to emerge in the modern concept and interpretation of powders. Not only the talcum powders are used by women but also by men. As the art of making this toiletory improved, perfume and colour, as well as other improvements were introduced. Persons who are concerned about thier looks employ it several times daily. In this modern age talcum powders are really products that add f ve ry mate r ia l l y to pe rsona l attractiveness. Talcum powders are nowadays made today by reputable manufacturers, consist of pur i f ied ingredients, approved colours and non-irritating perfumes. None of the harmful effects are suffered through their use inspite of many daily applications.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1 Ton/Day Land & Building (Area 600 sq.mt.) Rs. 40 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 11 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 26 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 83 Lacs Rate of Return 64% Break Even Point 44%

COSMETIC TALCUM POWDER

Azodicarbonamide is a blowing agent and is a synthetic material that has high consumption a m o n g c h e m i c a l b l o w i n g a g e n t s . Azodicarbonamide also known as ‘1,1’- azobisformamide on dry decomposition at 190oC yields a gas of about 60% N2, 35% CO and minor amounts of ammonia carbon and carbon dioxide. The gas yield is high 230-240 ml/g at standard temperature of pressure (CSTP). In 1978 largest volume of blowing agent 5000 metric tons produced in the U.S. was azodicarbonamide. Azodicarbonamide (ADA) also known as azobisformide (ABFA) is the most important organic chemical blowing agent for PVC as many desirable properties required in a good blowing agent and in addition is non-flammable. ABFA can be easily compounded with dryblends as well as plastisols. It is used in the manufacture of PVC foam fabrics, floor coverings, low density open-cell foam, extruded low-density gaskets, wire and cable Jackets, slush molded products, cross cap-liners, injection moulded sols and high density profiles etc. A B F A is also used as foaming agents for Ethylene-Vinyl acetate (EVA) plasters. Various grades of foaming agents of azodicarbonamide are available and are marketed in various trade names of grade, Viz ADC, Urea, Kempora, Celogen AZ, Cenitron AC, Profor ADC, Azoid,Polyzole-AZDN, Fisons Cenitron Ac/3 and A c/4 powder grades etc.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Rs. 30 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 28 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 49 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.15 Cr. Rate of Return 57% Break Even Point 37%

AZODICARBONAMIDE (ADC)

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1. ABRASIVE PAPER (SAND PAPER) 2. AUTOMOBILE GEARS 3. ACETIC ACID 4. AIR CONDITIONERS & PARTS 5. B.O.P.P SELF ADHESIVE TAPES 6. B.P.O. 7. BIO TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY &

TRAINING INSTITUTE 8. CALCIUM BASE GREASE 9. CYCLES TYRES AND TUBES 10. DEHYDRATED ONIONS &

ONION POWDER11. DEHYDRATION OF FIGS 12. DRY GINGER POWDER AND OLEORESIN 13. EXTRA HIGH TEMPERATURE

LUBRICATING GREASE 14. EXTRACTION OF ESSENTIAL OIL 15. ELECTRIC SWITCHES, PLUGS, SOCKETS 16. ELECTRONIC TOYS (E.O.U.) 17. ELECTRIC ENERGY METERS 18. FISH CANNING AND POUCHING

PROJECT NAME PROJECT COST

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

Manufacturing Process with Product Formulae, Flowsheet, Suppliers of Plant & Machinery and Raw Materials, List & Cost of Machinery, Cost

Economics with Profitability Analysis, BEP, Resources of Finance etc. Price of this CD

containing all above 57 Project Reports is Rs. 24,850/- or US$ 650/-. Payable fully in advance

through Draft/M.O. in favour of ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, DELHI.

Delivery within 2 day. (To Order please dial : 98114-37895).

19. FAST FOOD PARLOUR 20. HERBAL CAPSULES 21. HERBAL HAIR DYE OIL 22. HERBAL COSMETIC 23. H.T. & L.T. INSULATOR, HT AIR BRAKE

SWITCHES D.O. FUSE, LIGHTENING ARRESTOR

24. HOSTEL WITH MESS 25. INSTANT NOODLES 26. KESHKALA TEL (VASMOL OR GODREJ

KESHKALA TEL TYPE)27. LITHIUM BASED GREASES 28. LIQUID TOILET CLEANER (HARPIC TYPE) 29. LATEX RUBBER CONDOMS 30. MANGO PROCESSING & CANNING

(MANGO PULP) 31. MOLYBDENUM BASED LUBRICANT 32. MUSTARD OIL (EXPELLER) 33. NAMKEEN INDUSTRY (BHUJIA,

CHANACHUR ETC.) 34. PLASTIC BUTTONS (BY INJECTION

MOULDING METHODS) 35. POULTRY & BROILER FARMING 36. POUCHES FILLING & PACKAGING OF

EDIBLE OIL & GHEE 37. PRIMER PAINTS, ENAMEL PAINTS &

DISTEMPER 38. PAPER GLASSES FOR BEVERAGE 39. RECLAMATION OF USED ENGINE OIL

(BY CLAY AND VACUUM DISTILLATION PROCESS)

40. REFINERY PETROL/DIESEL ETC. 41. RUBBER SHEETS FOR SHOE SOLES (EVA)

(ETHYLENE VINYL ACETATE SHEET

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Hair removal is the removal of body hair, and describes the methods used to achieve that result. Hair typically grows all over the human body during and after puberty. Men tend to have more body hair than women. Both men and women tend to have hair on the head, eyebrows, eyelashes, armpits, pubic region and legs; and men also have hair on their face, abdomen, back and chest. Hair does not generally grow on the palms of the hands, the lips, certain areas of the genital structure, or the soles of the feet. Forms of hair removal are practised for a number of reasons, including cultural, sexual, medical and religious. Forms of hair removal have been practised in almost all human cultures. The methods used to remove hair have varied in different times and regions, but shaving is the most common method. Each culture of human society has developed social norms relating to the presence or absence of body hair, which has changed from one time to another. Different standards can apply to males and females. People whose hair falls outside a culture’s aesthetic standards may experience real or perceived social acceptance problems.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 500 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 1 Acre) Rs. 24 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 4 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 21 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 57 Lacs Rate of Return 94% Break Even Point 28%

HAIR REMOVAL

Chitin is a white, hard, inelastic, nitrogenous, polysaccharide found in the outer skeleton of insects, crabs, shrimps and lobsters and in the internal structures of invertebrates. It is the second most abundant organic compound next to cellulose. It is a macro molecular linear polymer of_ (1-4) N acetyl D glucosamine and is insoluble in water and many organic solvents. Chitin itself has only a few applications; it acts more as a precursor of Chitosan, its most familiar derivative. Chitosan is deacetylated chitin, and is polymer of _(1-4) acetyl - D glucosamine. It has multifarious uses in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and medical industries. It is even considered as a wonder drug of the twenty-first century due to its versatile utility. Chitin is a chemical compound belong to g lucosamine polysacchar ide group categories. It contains about 7% nitrogen, and is structurally similar to cellulose. It is the principal constituent of the shells of prawn fish, shrimps, crabs, lobsters, beetles and other sea fishes. It is also found in some fungi, algal and yeasts. Wayback in 1811 it was discovered by a french botanist that the fibrous material in the shell of prawn is chitin which is a polymer of N-Acetyl glucosamine. But it was only in 1974 that the CIFT came out with a simple technology for extraction of chitin from prawn shell waste and its conversion to chitosan.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 750 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.75 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.32 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.22 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 4.54 Cr. Rate of Return 30% Break Even Point 61%

CHITIN & CHITOSAN FROM PRAWN SHELL WASTE

Aluminum Nitrate Al(No3)3 9 HoH powerful oxidizing agent only the nanohydrate has commercial significance. It is a white crystalline material mp 73.5oC soluble in cold water alcohol and acetone. Decomposition to nitric acid and basic aluminium nitrates begins at 130oC and dissociation to aluminium oxide and oxides of nitrogen occurs above 500oC. Aluminium nitrate monohydrate is prepared by dissolving aluminium in dilute nitric acid and crystallization from the resulting aqueous solution. Anhydrous aluminium nitrate is covalent in character easily volatilized and decomposed on heating. Hydrated aluminum nitrate is used primarily as a salting out agent in the extraction of actinides. It is a source of aluminium used in the preparation of insulating paper.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 2 Ton./Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 53 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 26 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 43 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.27 Cr. Rate of Return 33% Break Even Point 50%

ALUMINIUM NITRATE

Quaternary ammonium cation. The R groups may be the same or different alkyl or aryl groups. Also, the R groups may be connected. Quaternary ammonium cations, also known as quats, are positively charged polyatomic ions of the structure NR4+, R being an alkyl group or an aryl group. Unlike the ammonium ion (NH4+) and the primary, secondary, or tertiary ammonium cations, the quaternary ammonium cat ions are permanently charged, independent of the pH of their solution. Quaternary ammonium salts or quaternary ammonium compounds (called quaternary amines in oilfield parlance) are salts of quaternary ammonium cations with an an ion . Qua te rna ry ammon ium compounds are prepared by alkylation of tertiary amines, in a process called quaternization. Typically one of the alkyl groups on the amine is larger than the others.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 800 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.12 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 8 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 38 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.72 Cr. Rate of Return 19% Break Even Point 59%

QUATERNARY AMMONIUM CATION

Calcium Fluoride Ca,F2 is a most versatile Chemical which is Precisely used in the manufacture of special glasses,enamels & welding flux,etc. There are two convenient method for its manufacturing:- 1. By powdering pure fluoride or fluorspar, 2. By the interaction of soluble Calcium Salt Sodium Fluoride. At present there are few manufacturers of clacium fluoride in organised sector and the current production is not sufficient to meet the current demand. Calcium fluoride is a white powder and occur in nature as a fluorite. High purity calcium fluoride is used for the manufacture of special glasses and for the growth of single crystal. Calcium fluoridecan also be used for the manufacture of Glass, enamels and welding fluxes single pure (99.93%) crystals of calcium f luoride are also used in spectroscopy, electronics.lesers and high temperature dry-film lubricants.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 2 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 1500 sq.mt.)Rs. 70 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 14 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 42 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.29 Cr. Rate of Return 37% Break Even Point 48%

CALCIUM FLUORIDE

Carbon Black is a finely divided form of carbon practically all of which is made by burning vaporised heavy oil fractions in a furnace with 50% of the air required for complete combustion (Partial Oxidation). Carbon Black from Tyre is a new developed process having less implication and involvement of machinery and the plant cost is also less compare to other conventional process. Carbon Black is available in different grades and is precisely used in process industries like rubber products, plastic, printing ink, paints, etc. Tire treads, b e l t c o v e r s a n d o t h e r a b r a s i o n resistant,rubber products,plastic as reinforcing agents, opacifier,electrical conductivity Ultra Violet light absorber, colorant for printing ink carbon paper, typewriter ribbon, paint, pigment nucleating agent in weather modification, expander in battery plates, solarenerig absorser.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 30 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 6000 sq.mt.) Rs. 3 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.58 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 9.58 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 14.46 Cr. Rate of Return 29% Break Even Point 42%

CARBON BLACK FROM TYRES

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201. ALUMINIUM, BRASS, COPPER

SCRAPS & SHEETS TRADING

2. COPPER LUGS

3. COPPER POWDER

4. COPPER SMELTING PLANT

5. COPPER PLANT

6. COPPER OXYCHLORIDE

7. COPPER PRODUCTS FROM COPPER SCRAPS

8. COPPER ROD WIRE DRAWING AND PVC WIRE & CABLES

9. COPPER WIRE DRAWING & ENAMELLING PLANT

10. COPPER TUBES AND PIPES FROM SCRAP

11. COPPER FOILS

12. COPPER POWDER

13. COPPER EXTRACTION FROM SLAG BY ELECTROLYTIC PROCESS

14. COPPER & COBALT FROM THE ORE CONTAINING COPPER & COBALT FROM MINES

15. COPPER PLATING ON METALLIC PARTS BY ELECTROLESS DIPPING METHOD, COPPER BRIGHTENING COLOURING & LACQUERINT

16. METAL SEPARATION (COPPER, TIN, LEAD) FROM SPENT WASH ACID

17. MELTING OF COPPER & ROLLING PROCESS FOR GETTING CIRCLES

18. SUPER ENAMELLED COPPER WIRE (FROM COPPER SCRAP)

19. SUPER ENAMELLED COPPER WIRE (FROM COPPER CATHODE ROD)

20. ZINC & COPPER SULPHATE FROM BRASS ASH

COPPER AND COPPER

BASED INDUSTRIES

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Shoe Polishes are available in liquid, cream or paste, liquid shoe polish dries quickly, but is not readily available in a lot of colors and does not last as long as the other options. Shoe polishes are generally used to restore the original lustre and finish of smooth surface of the shoe. They are also expected to cleam the surface and prevent the deterioration. Most polishes contanin oil or wax for their lustering or polishing, properties. Oil polishmes are easy to apply but the surface on which they are used attract dust and show finger marks. Wax polishes are more difficult to apply, but are more leasting. OIl or wax base shoe polishes are of two types, waterless and aqueous. The former are clear or translucent, the latter are milky in appearance. The shoe polish formula changes day to day. These were motivated by demands for easier use; changes in the competition of the surface to be polished, the need for more consistent quality, especially with respect to better durability of the finish. The need to buff to achieve glass was characteristics of earlier formulas. Many modern polishes are self-polishes and impart gloss without having to be buffed.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 500 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 250 sq.mt.) Rs. 15 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 2 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 6 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 24 Lacs Rate of Return 48% Break Even Point 51%

LIQUID SHOE POLISH WITH PUFF

Alum is available in solid form as powder, granular, kibbled & lump form. It can also be purchased and fed as a liquid. Alum can be effective in the pH range of 5.5. to 7.8, but seems to work best in most water supplies in a pH range of 6.8 to 7.5. Below a pH range of 5.5, alkalinity in the water supply is generally insufficient. The aluminum ions become soluble rather than insoluble and do not participate in the hydration and reactions necessary to make the alum effective as a coagulant. In these instances the plant may experience higher than normal filtered water turbidites, and much of the aluminum will pass through the filters. When the pH level of the water is above 7.8 after the addition of the alum, the aluminum ions again become soluble, and the efficiency of coagulation is decreased. Under these condition, aluminum ions again penetrate the filters, and post filtration alum coagulation can occur in the clear well and in the distribution system in some cases. Ferric alum is aluminium sulphate (Al2(SO4)3 18 H2O) containing iron obtained from the bauxite ore. It is soluble in water alum is a white crystalline material it is also available in 50% aqueous solution form.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 20 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.92 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 70 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 61 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.55 Cr. Rate of Return 20% Break Even Point 67%

FERRIC ALUM

Oxygen, the gaseous element that constitutes 20.946% of the earth’s, atmostphere, is essential to respiration and life in all animals and to most forms of vegetation. Oxygen supports the combustion of feels which supply mankind with heat, light and power, and it enters into oxidative Combination with many materials. The speed of reaction and effectiveness of combination increases with oxygen concentrations greater than that of air Industry has established 99.5% purity for the bulk commercial product. The great importance of the industrial gas, oxygen is due to the usefulness of the acetylene torch for steel welding and steel cutting, and for the welding of other metals, to lesser degree to the oxyhydrogen flame. Oxygen gas in the breathing apparatus for a visitors at high altitudes and for oxygentents in hospitals is a high altitudes and for oxygentents in hospitals is a more recent development.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1212 Cu m/Day Land & Building (Area 2 Acres) Rs. 3.18 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 2.32 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 72 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 9.91 Cr. Rate of Return 18% Break Even Point 63%

OXYGEN GAS

The book covers Principles of Electroplating, Technology of Cleaning, Pickling & Dipping, Electrolytic & Chemical Processes for the Polishing of Metals, Nickel Plating, Chromium Plating, Hard Chromium Plating , Copper Plating, Electroforming, Brass Plating, Silver Plating, Gold Plating (Gilding), Cadmium Plating, Zinc Plating, Tin & Tin Alloy Plating, Plating for Electronics , The Plating of Plastics & Other Non Metallic Materials, Anodic Oxidation of Aluminium, Phosphating Processes, Manufacturers & Suppliers of Machinery & Equipments, Suppliers of Electroplating Chemicals & Materials.

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83EXPORT ORINTED

UNITS (100%

EOU/EOU)

PROJECTS (83

PROJECT

REPORTS IN CD)

RS. 22, 602/-

1. ACTIVATED CARBON FROM

SAW DUST, RICE HUSK AND

COCONUTSHELL 77 Lacs

2. AGARBATTI SYNTHETIC

PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS 74 Lacs

3. AIR CONDITIONERS & PARTS 49 Lacs

4. AUTOMATIC BISCUIT PLANT 69 Lacs

5. AFTER SHAVE LOTION 33 Lacs

6. AYURVEDIC MEDICINES 69 Lacs

7. ALUMINIUM UTENSILS 3.61 Cr.

8. BEER PLANT 15.33 Cr.

9. BUFFALOW MEAT PROCESSING 2.37 Cr.

10. BANANA POWDER (E.O.UNIT) 69 Lacs

11. CEILING FAN (E.O.UNIT) 42 Lacs

12. COCONUT OIL FROM COPRA 1.06 Cr.

13. COLD DRINKS 5 Lacs

14. COMPUTER SOFTWARE (E.O.U) 2.61 Cr.

15. CONFECTIONERY INDUSTRY

(TOFFEE & CANDY) (E.O.UNIT) 64 Lacs

16. CORN FLAKES 78 Lacs

17. CHEWING TOBACCO (KHAINE) 21 Lacs

18. CALCIUM CARBONATE 3.36 Cr.

19. COSMETICS INDUSTRY

(MODERN) (E.O.UNIT) 3.29 Cr.

20. CEMENT PAINT 11 Lacs

21. C.P. BATHROOM FITTINGS 89 Lacs

22. CARBON PAPER 43 Lacs

23. CYCLE TYRES & TUBES (E.O.U) 3 Cr.

24. DISPOSABLE PLASTIC SYRINGES

(STERILIZED) (E.O.UNIT) 1.29 Cr.

25. DAIRY PRODUCTS & MILK

PACKAGING (E.O.UNIT) 1.84 Cr.

26. DETERGENT CAKE & POWDER 6 Lacs

27. DETERGENT POWDER (E.O.U) 9 Lacs

28. EXTRACTION OF ESSENTIAL OILS

(CARDAMOM, JEERA, AJOWAN,

GINGER OIL ETC) & PACKING

OF GROUND SPICE (E.O.UNIT) 58 Lacs

29. EXERCISE NOTE BOOK

& REGISTER (E.O.UNIT) 30 Lacs

30. FLORICULTURE (CUT FLOWERS) 1.45 Cr.

31. FRUIT JUICE MAKING &

PACKING IN PLASTIC CONTAINERS

(POUCHES) (E.O.UNIT) 3.66 Cr.

32. FOOD DEHYDRATION (E.O.U) 2.24 Cr.

33. FOOD PROCESSING 1.13 Cr.

34. GARLIC OIL ——--—

35. GINGER OIL 69 Lacs

36. GINGER PROCESSING (PEELING,

DRYING, GRINDING, BLEACHING

OF FRESH GINGER) (E.O.UNIT) 1.24 Cr.

37. GUAR GUM 2.86 Cr.

38. HAND MADE PAPER (E.O.UNIT) 55 Lacs

39. HERBAL COSMETIC (E.O.UNIT) 76 Lacs

40. HERBAL EXTRACTS (E.O.UNIT) 7.58 Cr.

41. JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY, PICKLES

AND SQUASHES (E.O.UNIT) 53 Lacs

42. LEATHER, GARMENTS, SHOES

& CHAPPALS (E.O.UNIT) 2.64 Cr.

43. LATEX RUBBER CONDOMS (E.O.U) 52 Lacs

44. MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER 88 Lacs

45. MANGO PROCESSING & CANNING

(MANGO PULP) (E.O.UNIT) 49 Lacs

PROJECT NAME PROJECT COST

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Equipments, Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis, BEP, Resources of Finance etc. Price

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Caustic soda, also known as sodium hydroxide (NaoH) is an important industrial chemical product produced on a tonnage basis in both solid and liquid form. It is deliquescent, absorbing water vapour and carbon dioxide from the air. It is also extremely corrosive and should be handled with great care. Adequate protection from bodly contact with the solid form or concentrated solutions should be provided. It is also a fire hazard compound as it heats spontaneously and may ignite combustible materials that are nearly. A large part of the huge amount used annually in the U.S. ( About 21/2 million tons) is produced by the electrolysis of the sodium chloride solutions in the electrolylic cells, such as the Hooxer, Nelson, Force, or Allen-Moore. Chlorine is a by product of the reaction. Alternative process is the soda-lime method.

Cost EstimationLand & Building (Area 6 Acres) Rs. 10.12 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 28 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 4.25 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 53.17 Cr. Rate of Return 16% Break Even Point 76%

CAUSTIC SODA [SODIUM HYDROXIDE (NaoH)]46. MEDICINAL PLANT EXTRACTS 71 Lacs

47. MENTHOL BOLD CRYSTALS 22 Lacs

48. MINERAL WATER (IN POUCHES

& PLASTIC BOTTLES) (E.O.U) 2.89 Cr.

49. MUSHROOMS (CULTIVATION &

PROCESSING UNIT) (E.O.UNIT) 54 Lacs

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

51. MUSTARD OIL (EDIBLE OIL) 3.51 Cr.

52. NAMKEEN INDUSTRY (BHUJIA,

CHANA CHUR ETC.) (E.O.UNIT) 8 Lacs

53. NUTS, BOLTS, RIVETS & WASHERS 66 Lacs

54. OIL SEALS (E.O.UNIT) 36 Lacs

55. PAPER GLASSES FOR

BEVERAGE (E.O.UNIT) 68 Lacs

56. PAN MASALA IN POUCH AND

TIN PACK SODA, MEETHA,

ZARDA & KIMAM (E.O.UNIT) 72 Lacs

57. PAPER BAGS (SHOPPING BAGS) 32 Lacs

58. PAPPAD PLANT (AUTOMATIC) 30 Lacs

59. PICKLES, MURABBAS AND

SAUCES ETC. (E.O.UNIT) 46 Lacs

60. PLASTIC TOYS (E.O.UNIT) 7 Lacs

61. POTATO WAFFERS/CHIPS (E.O.U) 97 Lacs

62. PAINT INDUSTRY (E.O.UNIT) 37 Lacs

63. PAPER CARRY BAGS 98 Lacs

64. P.V.C. PIPES AND FITTINGS 1.57 Cr.

65. PRESSURE COOKER (E.O.U) 42 Lacs

66. POTATO POWDER (E.O.UNIT) 1.96 Cr.

67. RUBBER GOODS FROM

WASTE RUBBER 29 Lacs

68. READYMADE GARMENT (E.O.U) 75 Lacs

69. RICE MILL 4.11 Cr.

70. SOCKS KNITTING 25 Lacs

71. SOYABEAN PRODUCTS (E.O.U) 4.68 Cr.

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

73. SUGAR PLANT (E.O.UNIT) 23.61 Cr.

74. SAFED MUSLI CULTIVATION

& PROCESSING

(EXTRACT & POWDER) (E.O.U) 62 Lacs

75. STEVIA CULTIVATION

& EXTRACTION (E.O.UNIT) 1.24 Cr.

76. THINNERS 30 Lacs

77. TABLET, CAPSULES,

(PHARMACEUTICAL UNIT) 48 Lacs

78. TEA BAGS (E.O.UNIT) 69 Lacs

79. TEA PACKING & DISTRIBUTION 4.50 Cr.

80. TOILET SOAP (E.O.UNIT) 84 Lacs

81. TOMATO PRODUCTS IN

POUCHES (E.O.UNIT) 58 Lacs

82. WOODEN FURNITURE (E.O.U) 1.81 Cr.

83. ZARDA KIMAM & TOBACCO 12 Lacs

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Gelatin capsule was first invented in 1834 by Mothes, a French pharmacy student in collaboration with a French pharmacist Dublanc. They used one piece olive shaped structures which had to be sealed after filling with a drop of concentrated gelatin solution and were counterparts of the modern day soft gelatin capsules. The inventors used the capsules to mask the tastes of obnoxious materials. Mothes first sold empty shells but later supplied only filled ones. As such other inventors tried to appear on the scene to overcome the patent of Mothes. Lehuby in 1846 invented a two piece structure which was identical with the present day hard gelatin capsules. He called them ‘mes enveloppes medicamenteuse’ or medicinal envelopes. the first British patent was granted to Murdoch in 1948 who was Lehuby’s agent. Lehuby’s process for production of gelatin shells was essentially the one used today. The first large scale manufacture of gelatin capsules was undertaken by Eli Lilly & co. In Hampshire. In U.S.A. the manufacture commenced nearly a century ago. Large scale machinery for manufacture of empty shells, which was full automated, was designed in 1913. Filing and sealing machinery came into being in 1950. At first the devices were semi-automatic but by 1960 fully automated versions were marketed.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 40,00,00,000 Nos./Annum Land & Building (Area 1.5 Acres) Rs. 2.44 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 4.72 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 39 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 8.04 Cr. Rate of Return 18%

EMPTY HARD GELATINE CAPSULES

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Processing of textile materials involves the use of diverse types of compounds to perform various functions. The compounds are variously known as textile auxiliaries, textile chemicals, textile process chemicals etc. They may be broadly classified depending on he purpose for which they are used into two groups (1) Those which are used in textile processing to serve some purpose or purposes and after these purposes are served, they have to be removed from the textile material being processed and (2) those which continue to form an integral part of the materials being processed by way of either chemical reaction with the textile substrate or mechanical deposition of water soluble or water insoluble substances in the textile substrate and are expected to remain on the material more or less permanently with standing the subsequent rigorous action of varying degrees exerted on the end products during the use by the consumers. These two classes may be called temporary and permanent textile auxiliaries respectively. Levelling agents used in dyeing acid dyes on wool or nylon as IN class of (normal dyeing) vat dyes on cotton or carriers and dispersing agents used in the dying of disperse dyes on polyester fibres and solution aids used in dissolving sparingly soluble dyes in printing pastes which normally contain a small amount of water are some examples of temporary textile auxiliaries.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Rs. 39 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 21 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 13 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 79 Lacs Rate of Return 47% Break Even Point 61%

DYE LEVELLING AGENT

Household soap which is most important quantitatively accounts for the larger part of the consumption of soap. The production of laundry soap has sharply decreased in recent years with the global spread of synthetic detergents. Indeed, it appears as though soap has given place to synthetic detergents. However, toilet soap enjoys a stabilized demand and its manufacture is not likely to lose in importance for a long time to come. As for the monthly production capacity of toilet soap although there are plants which manufacture 500-1500 tonnes a month. The soap making process roughly consists of saponification and moulding. There are various methods of saponification. However, the hot process may be called the best one because the quality of soap in superior and this process turns out Glycerine as a by product. Various oils and fats are used as raw materials for soap making tallow and conconut oil are mostly used in Japan. They are mixed at a ratio of 70 to 80 percent of the former and 20 to 30 percent of the latter.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1000 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.04 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 72 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 4.25 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 6.20 Cr. Rate of Return 36% Break Even Point 46%

SOAP MANUFACTURING

It goes without saying that soap is indispensable to our daily life. Accordingly, the manufacturing industry should continue to develop as one of the most important industries. Soap may broadly be classified by use as follows:- a) Soap household (toilet soap, laundry soap etc.). b) Industrial soap. c) Special soap. Among them, the consumption of special soap which is used for medical purposes and shampooing is not large. Industrial soap which is important, being used in the textile industry etc. is not consumed in a large quantity, either. Household soap which is most important quantitatively accounts for the larger part of the consumption of soap. The production of laundry soap has sharply decreased in recent years with the global spread of synthetic detergents. Indeed, it appears as though soap has given place to synthetic detergents. However, toilet soap enjoys a stabilized demand and its manufacture is not likely to lose in importance for a long time to come.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 500 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 63 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 13 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 37 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.15 Cr. Rate of Return 41% Break Even Point 48%

BATH SOAP (VARIOUS TYPES)

It goes without saying that soap is indispensable to our daily life. Accordingly, the manufacturing industry should continue to develop as one of the most important industries. Soap may broadly be classified by use as follows:- a) Soap household (toilet soap, laundry soap etc.) b) Industrial soap. c) Special soap. Among them, the consumption of special soap which is used for medical purposes and shampooing is not large. Industrial soap which is important, being used in the textile industry etc. is not consumed in a large quantity, either. Household soap which is most important quantitatively accounts for the larger part of the consumption of soap. The production of laundry soap has sharply decreased in recent years with the global spread of synthetic detergents. Indeed, it appears as though soap has given place to synthetic detergents. However, toilet soap enjoys a stabilized demand and its manufacture is not likely to lose in importance for a long time to come. As for the monthly production capacity of toilet soap although there are plants which manufacture 500-1500 tonnes a month. The soap making process roughly consists of saponification and moulding. There are various methods of saponification.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 20000 PCS/Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 70 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 32 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.05 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.20 Cr. Rate of Return 90% Break Even Point 33%

TOILET SOAP WITH GLYCERINE TRANSPARENT SOAP

The book covers Fabric objective Measurement for Garment Industries, Common Problems & Solution in Enzyme/Garment Washing, Sewing Equipment, Body Measurement, Sewing Techniques, Garment Construction, Preparation of Fabrics for Garment making, Qualities of A Well Finsihed Garment, Principles of Dress Designing, Figure Irregularitties, Renovation of Garments, Fabric Embellishment, Care of Clothing, Laundry Equipment, Special Laundry Treatments, Technology of Laundering, Disinfection and Storage of Clothes, Selection of Household Linen, Selection of Family Clothing, Plant Economics of Bra and Panty (Ladies Under Garments), Plant Economics of Hosiery Products, Plant Economics of Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Plant Economics of Readymade Garments, Plant Economics of Readymade Garments (100% EOU), Plant Economics of Readymade Garments, Plant Economics of Readymade Garments, Plant Economics of Readymade Salwar Suit, Plant Economics of Readymade Salwar Suit, Kurta Luggage.

ISBN- 8189765027 Price-1030/-

Hand Book Of GarmentsManufacturing Technology

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The book covers Petroleum Refinery and Petrochemicals, Hydrocarbons from Petroleum, Petrochemicals, Industrial Organic Synthesis, Lubricants, Manufacture of Oils and Greases, Distillation of Crude Petroleum, Petroleum Products, Purification of Petroleum Products, Refining of Petroleum , Testing of Petroleum, Application of Lubricating Agents, Formulating and Compounding of Lubricants, Reclamation of Used Lubricating Oil, Re-Refining of Used Lube Oil, Formulating of Greases, Lubricants and Their Manufacture, Various Formulations of Lubricants and Greases, Acetic Acid from Ethanol, Coolant (Engine), Cutting Oil, Ethanol (Biofuel) from Molasses, Formaldehyde, Food Grade Grease or Lubricant, Gas filling of L.P.G. Cylinder, Grease (Lithium Based), Lube Oil from CNSL to Reduce Friction, Lube Oil and Grease, Petroleum Jelly, Reclamation of used Engine Oil, Rust Prevention Lube Oil, Silicon Grease, Wire Drawing Lubricants, Suppliers of Plant & Machineries, Suppliers of Raw Materials, List of Present Manufacturers.

Price-1030/-ISBN- 8186732586

TECHNOLOGY OF PETROCHEMICALS, LUBRICANTS GREASES & PETROLEUM REFINING

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Flowers are symbol of beauty, love, affection, romance tranquility etc. Besides their aesthetic value, they are important for their economic uses, such as for cut-blooms and for extracting perfumes and other products. In our country, flowers are sanctified and are commonly used in worshipping the deities in our homes and temples. We are intimately associated with them, and on all festive occasions l ike marr iages rel ig ious ceremonies and social functions, the use of flowers and garlands has become almost essential. A large genus of erect, same notes or climbing shrubs widely distributed in the temperate parts of the northern hemisphere and on tropical mountains. About ten species have been introduced for cultivation as ornamentals or for production of rose water and attar. The genus includes about 120 or more species a large majority of which are native to the Asiatic region. It is divided into four sub-genera of which three are small and aberrant and the fourth, Eurosa, contains the roses proper. The important ancestral species from which modern garden roses have been bred are all to be found in four of the ten section of Eurosa. Gallicanae contains R. gallica, the French Rose and R. damascena, the Damask Rose, and two other species, all of which are tetraploids with 28 chromosomes.

Cost EstimationPlant CapacityRose 40000Gladioli 40000 Marigold (Ganda) 32000 Statice 25000 Chrysanthemum 27000 Land & Building (Area 8 Acres) Rs. 2.59 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.67 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 15 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 4.51 Cr. Rate of Return 18% Break Even Point 69%

CUT FLOWERS (EXPORT ORIENTED) (GLADIOLI, MARIGOLD, STATICE, CHRYSANTHEMUM, ROSE)

WITH GREEN HOUSE

START YOUR OWN AGRO FOOD INDUSTRY

Copra is prepared from ripe or nearly ripe nuts. The stage and period at which the nuts are harvested influence the quality of the copra and the yield, Nuts harvested during dry summer months give a higher yield than those harvested during rainy months. Coconuts take generally 12 months to ripen, nuts harvested earlier than 10 months yield copra of poor oil content. Fully mature nuts give high yields of copra of good quality. Two types of copra are made milling copra and edible copra. Nearly 4/5th of the copra produced in India is of the former class. The quality of copra is judged from the amount of oil it contains. Recorded oil percentages of copra from various producing countries range from 57-75%. It has been pointed out that copra which is partially deteriorated through mould attack gives an abnormally high yield of oil. Similarly, copra from the kernel still remaining in 7 months old seeding has an oil content as high as 77%. The yield of oil from copra depends on the moisture content of the copra and on the efficiency of the milling equipment.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1200 Ltrs./Day Land & Building (Area 1500 sq.ft.) Rs. 20 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 1.74 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 59 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.61 Cr. Rate of Return 25% Break Even Point 59%

VIRGIN COCONUT OIL

Tomato is a very popular vegetable throughout the country and it is grown in many states. Apart from use in vegetables, its down s t ream products l i ke soup, concentrates, sauce, puree, ketchup are also equally popular and they have a longer shelflife unlike fresh tomatoes. Tomato is perishable and needs to be transported carefully to avoid damage during transit. With the advent of new technology, many down the line products are made and are consumed round the year as table enrichers. Fresh Tomatoes are very refreshing and appetizing. They are a good source of vitamin C. the main tomato producing states are A.P. Bihar, U.P., Punjab, M.P. Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Maharashtra. Two varieties of tomatoes are available in India they are the large round one which are quite sour and the longish type which are sweetish and less sour. the procesed items from tomatoes include, concentrates, juices, ketchup, and peeled tomatoes and purees. Most of the tomatoes products are made from tomato pulp, which is unflavoured finally divided flesh and juice separated from skins and seeds. It is usually concentrated to a greater or less degree before use in other products or for canning.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 3300 PAC/Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 41 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 26 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 20 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 94 Lacs Rate of Return 31% Break Even Point 67%

TOMATO KETCHUP, TOMATO PUREE & TOMATO JUICE

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MODERN RUBBER CHEMICALS, COMPOUNDS

& RUBBER GOODS TECHNOLOGY

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The book Citrus Fruits Cultivation & Processing Technology covers Citrus Industry in India, Background, Cultivation of Citrus Fruits, Technique of Hybridization, Influence of Climatic Factors, Soils Requirement of Different Citrus Species, Establishing an orchard, Seed Propagation, Citrus Rootstocks in India, Nutrition, Irrigation Requirement of Citrus Trees, Weed control in nurseries, Harvesting, Quality of Fruit, Post harvest Technology, Problems in Citriculture, The Extraction of Orange Products, Kagzi Lime Carbonated Beverage, Citric Acid from Citrus Processing Wastes, Utilization of Kinnow Waste in Value Added Products, Rangupur Lime (Citrus Limonia Osbeck) Preparation and Storage of Beverages, Citrus and Fortunella, Lists the Products which can be Obtained from Citrus Fruits, Citrus and Other Fruit Juices, Spray Drying Technology for Fruit Juice Drying, Processing of Citrus etc.

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Pastries, Rusks, Bread, Cakes, Toffies etc. comes under the bakery product. Now the advancement of age age food habits of the ready-made food. Most of all the bakery items are under the category of ready-made food. Now school going children are like to have the items like parties cakes, breads etc. for their tiffin use office going peoples like to take breads and parties products, in our daily break fast table also take. The share of bakery products even daily wages laborers also habiterated to spend their lunch by taking bread or like that baking product. By the large utilities of baking products in our life takes part the programme of progress of bakery unit itself. Small scale production of baking item can be achieved by carry professional ways of life. Which may dream a poor middle class men to be a entrepreneur.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity99540 Kg./Annum Bread &

Burgar Bun 120000 Kg./Annum Pastry Products

9000 Kg./Annum Biscuits 30000 Kg./Annum Pastes 123570 Kg./Annum ToffeeLand & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.) Rs. 2 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 18 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 44 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.65 Cr. Rate of Return 33% Break Even Point 45%

BAKERY UNIT

Most crude oils and fats, whether obtained by pressing, solvent extraction or rendering are given a preliminary cleaning and clarification treatment by setting, screening, filtration or centrifugation to make them more resistant against deterioration during storage. When required for edible purposes they are nearly always given a further refining treatment. In most cases, however, some refining treatment must be applied depending on the nature of the impurities and undesirable constituents and on the purposes for which the oil is required. The impurities may be of the following types. (1) Fat-insoluble particles dispassed in the fat. (2) Material held in colloidal suspension in the fat. (3) Fat soluble substances. The fat insoluble impurities can be removed by mechanical means such as setting, filtration or centrifugation; they consist principally of seed or tissue particles, mucilage, fibres from press cloths, dust, mineral matter traces of moisture. The material held in colloidal suspension or solution consists, largely or phosphatides, carbohydrates and nitrogen-containing compounds and often complex compounds of these. It can be removed by treatment with steam, water, electrolytes, followed by setting, centrifugation or filtration with adsorbents or other aids.

Cost Estimation(ALL FIG. IN THOUSAND RUPEES)Plant Capacity 30 MT/DAY PALM OIL 30 MT/DAY SUNFLOWER OIL 30 MT/DAY GROUND NUT OIL Land & Building (Area 3.2 Acres) Th. 18 Th.Plant & Machinery Th. 48 Th. W.C. for 1 Months Th. 81 Th. Total Capital Investment Th. 1.53 Lacs Rate of Return 112%Break Even Point 19%

REFINING OF PALM OIL, SUNFLOWER OIL 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. There are about 50 important confectionery factories in the country. Mainly in U.P. Bihar, Mumbai, Punjab, and Bengal. In addition, a large number of small concerns are producing sugar confectionery with indigenous equipments.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 1400 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 1100 sq.mt.) Rs. 69 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 52 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 82 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.16 Cr. Rate of Return 19% Break Even Point 66%

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Starch is a group of polysacchrides, composed of glucopyranose units joined together by-glucosidric linkages. It conforms to the molecular formula, (C6-H10O5)u, where n varies from a few hundred to over one million. Starh is found as the reserve cerbonhydrate in various parts of plants and is enzymatically broken down to gluose to other erbohydrates according to the metabollic needs of the plants. Industrially, starch is broadly divided into two types viz, natural and modified. Natural starches, also designated as unmodified starches or simpluy starches, are obtained from grains such as and sorghum. from roots like potato, tapioca and arrow root, and from the pith of the stems of certain palms such a sago. They are further classified into cereal starches and root starches. The characteristics of the natural starches are changed by chemical or enzymatic action and the products of these reactions are termed modified starches. This group includes dextrins, acid-modified starches, oxidized starches, starch esters, starch ethers, dialdehyde starches, and cationic starches. Starch occurs naturally in the plants and its percentage vries with the plant and also in different parts of the same plant. Corn (maize) sorghum grain wheat, rice, potato, tapioca, arrowroot and sago are among the important sources of natural starches. The grains of barley, rye, oat, and the millets are also employed in the production of starches.

MAIZE STARCH, LIQUID GLUCOSE,DEXTROSE (MAIZE AND ITS PRODUCTS)

Cost EstimationLand & Building (Area 15 Acres) Rs. 15.40 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 10.83 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 27.20 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 53.73 cr. Rate of Return 36% Break Even Point 48%

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Sugar is a universal sweetening agent and sugar - cane is the primary age - old source of it. Sugar cane is a very important industrial crop, accounting for about 60% of sugar production in the world. From the times immemorial the word “sugar” is being used variously to express delight as well as distrust sarcastically. Sugar has been used in human diet through the functions of pancreas, depending on the quantity of sugar consumed. It is must for human diet when taken directly or indirectly through various carbohydrate containing food stuffs. Sugar as sucrose is important for energy and metabolic activities. When sugar was prepared from sugar cane in the beginning cannot be definitely stated, but brown sugar or gur (Jaggery) was the first known form of sugar manufactured from sugar cane as well as from wild date palm (phonnix sulvestris), palmyra palm (Borassus Flapellifar).

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Baker’s yeast is an inseparable bakery ingredient to cause fermentation in the dough used to make bakery items. As a result of fermentation we get soft and fluffy bakery items. In the present era there is an increasing trend towards processed and fast food consumption like bakery items. While demand for bakery items is saturated in developed countries it is increasing at a consistent pace in the developing nations with increased demand for processed food items like pizza base, burger buns. Yeast is a unicellular microorganism which primarily requires sugars, water and warmth to stay alive. In addition, albumen or nitrogenous material is also necessary for yeast to thrive. There are hundreds of different species of yeast identified in nature, but the genus and species most commonly used for baking is Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The scientific name Saccharomyces cerevisiae, means ‘a mold which ferments the sugar in cereal (saccharo-mucus cerevisiae) to produce alcohol and carbon dioxide. Yeasts are usually spherical, oval or cylindrical in shape and a single cell of S. cerevisiae is around 8?m in diameter. The chemical action and growth of yeast that causes dough to rise then became apparent. Yeasts, bacteria, and molds are fungi, vegetable growths, Yeasts are commonly egg shaped and about 0.01 mm in diameter. The yeasts cell contains complex organic substances called enzymes whose characteristic is that they catalyze a chemical reaction.

COMPRESSED BAKER’S YEAST

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 100 MT./Year Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs. 24 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 11 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 4 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 41 Lacs Rate of Return 23% Break Even Point 70%

Tomato Puree is the name implies to tomato Pulp which is concentrated by the evaporators either open pan or vacuum evaporators. It is prepared by concentrating tomato juice or pulp without seeds and skin. It is used for preparation of various products such as Sauces, Ketchup, Chutney, Soup, Tomato Juice. Tomatoes are taken, which are well-ripened. So the fresh ripen tomatoes are very refreshing and appetising. they are good source of vitamine. The main tomato producing states are A.P., Bihar, M.P. Punjab, Tamil nadu, West Bengal and Maharashtra. Two varieties of tomatoes are available in India then are the large round ones which are quite sour and the tongish type which are sweetish and less sour. Most of the tomato products are prepared from tomato pulps, which is unflavoured, finely devided flesh and juice separated from skins and seeds. It is usually concentrated to a greater or less degree before used in other products. Results of this work are evidence by a large number of articles, patents and commercial installation for conc. of fruits and vegetable juices or pulps. Possible savings in packaging, storage, transportation and convenience in certain instances, account for the continued interest in commercial development of products. It is evident, however, that the present trends towards ready to use desserts and other formulated food products and much to the commemrcial possibilities of tomato conc and pulps.

TOMATO PROCESSING UNIT

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 20000 MT/Year Land & Build. (Area 3000 sq.mt.) Rs. 3.49 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 6.58 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 5.98 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 16.82 Lacs Rate of Return 36% Break Even Point 43%

The manufacture of the concentrated poultry feeds is a hi-Tech area; For the formulation of concentrate a veterinary doctor having extensive field experience is a must; to prevent any disaster in form of large scale mortality which may be due to imbalance in disease preventive medicines and vitamins added in the concentrate formulated. The proposed project is for manufacture of concentrated poultry feeds in pellet form and powder form. This is the most advanced and modern method of feeding poultry. The advantages of pelleted feed enriched with controlled doze of vitamin and disease preventive medicines are that these enable the poultry farmers to achieve assured and (rated) growth right from chick stage to Broiler. There is minimum wastage which made it more economical. Poultry feeding is currently based on a well developed knowledge of the principles of poultry nutrition that has been put in to extensive practice. Chickens as is the case with all higher animals, have much more complex nutrient needs. More than 40 specific chemical compounds or chemical elements are nutrients that need to the present in the diet to support life growth and reproduction. These nutrients can be divided into six classes. Some what according to their funct ion and chemical nature: (1) Carbohydrates (2) fats (3) Proteins (4) Vitamins (5) minerals (6) Water. The carbohydrates, fats are required mainly as sources of energyin the body.

POULTRY FEED

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 60 Ton/Day Land & Build. (Area 1500 sq.mt.) Rs. 76 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 43 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 6.56 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 8 Cr. Rate of Return 40% Break Even Point 40%

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The production of poultry in the United States and generally throughout the world is carried out by a highly specialized, efficient poultry industry that has been a leader in trends of scale and industrialisation that have taken place in American agriculture over the past half century. The total number of chicken produced in the United Statee annually amounts to more than 3.6 billion. These are kept for two separate purpose the production of table eggs. The organisation and methods used by the two aspects of the poultry industry are different, and generally commercial table egg production and broiler production are carried out by separate enterprices. Availability of feeds and their ingredients contributed significantly to increased Poultry production is our country during the two decades.

POULTRY & BROILER FARMING

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 9066 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 10500 sq.mt.Rs. 2.76 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 37 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.23 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 4.69 Cr. Rate of Return 30% Break Even Point 43%

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India has witnessed an increase in food grain production from 51 million tones (50s) to 206 million tonnes at the turn of the century and that has helped in achieving self sufficiency. However, quick shrinking of the agricultural land threatens sustainable production of food grains and its ability to feed ever growing mouths. In this context, careful tailoring of soil and crop management practices suitable to local needs is of great importance to keep up the pace of production. Precision Farming otherwise called prescription farming or site-specific farming helps to overcome these constraints by accurately assessing the variability of crop production practices in space-time continuum by utilizing tools like Global Posi t ioning System (GPS), Geographical Information System (GIS), Remote Sensing (RS) and Sensors. Since ancient time, mankind has beenaware of the fact that a wise modification of the environment could improve the productivity of crops. For instance, the fact that light transmitting shelters could create a suitable environment was certainly known to the Romans, as Emperor Tiberius used to eat a cucumber daily. Infact, the concept of Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) was not a novel idea and has been in use since a long time.

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Margarine is a complex system essentially containing on the one hand a mixture of triglycerides which are either crystallized or non-crystallized at ambient temperature, and aqueous ingredients on the other hand. Minor ingredients, e.g. emulsifiers, flavours, colouring matter, vitamins etc. are dissolved or dispersed in either the fatty or the aqueous phase. Depending on the content of crystallized triglycerides in the fatty phase, the margarine is either pourable or more or less shape-retaining at ambient temperature. Since in conventional margarines the aqueous ingredients are dispersed in the form of small droplets in the fatty ingredients, margarines are generally water-in-oil type emulsions. Upon melting, which takes place in the initial stage of the frying process, the margarine separates essentially into two layers, i.e. an oily and an aqueous layer. When the temperature is further increased, e.g above the boiling point of water, spattering may occur, since the water tends to escape from the bottom of the frying pan and entrainment of oily ingredients will thereby take place. The present method provides margarines comprising proteins in the aqueous phase, the weight ratio of proteose-peptone proteins to proteinaceous material of an isoelectric point within the range of pH 4-6 being at least 0.5.

MARGARINE BUTTER FROM VEGETABLE OIL

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 500 Ton./Year Land & Building (Area 6000 sq.mt.)Rs. 53 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 75 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 1.97 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.34 Cr. Rate of Return 32% Break Even Point 46%

Namkeens as well as sweets are gaining eminence in modern times and their demand is also increasing considerably to cater to the taste of people. Among the namkeens the prominent items are dal moth ,bhujia,etc. These are becoming most versatile as for their relish and palatability is concern. Now a days these items are well known not in India but world wide. These are mainly consumed during breakfast period & are very much during social & cultural periods. These are used as tasty & flavored food as well as in medicinal way, however, a little it may be, (according to ayurveda) because of their carminative stimulative digestive properties. India produces almost all these types of salty processed food products of grains all these types of salty processed food products of grains like Grams, Pulses etc. It aid in digestion and adsorption of food possesses anthelmintic and antiseptic properties. The main raw materials for these products are Gram, pluses & spices. The various food additives & colours may be used to provide sophistications in the products.

SWEET AND NAMKEEN INDUSTRY

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 3 Ton./Day Land & Building (Area 450 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.40 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 48 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 51 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.64 Cr. Rate of Return 87% Break Even Point 28%

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A cold chain is a temperature-controlled supply chain. An unbroken cold chain is an uninterrupted series of storage and distribution activities which maintain a given temperature range. It is used to help extend and ensure the shelf life of products such as fresh agricultural produce, frozen food, photograph ic f i lm, chemica ls and pharmaceutical drugs. Cold chains are common in the food and pharmaceutical industries and also some chemical shipments. One common temperature range for a cold chain in pharmaceutical industries is 2 to 8 0C. but the specific temperature (and time at temperature) tolerances depend on the actual product being shipped. This is important in the supply of vaccines to distant clinics in hot climates served by poorly developed transport networks. Disruption of a cold chain due to war may produce consequences similar to the Smallpox outbreaks in the Philippines during the Spanish-American war. Traditionally all historical stability data developed for vaccines was based on the temperature range of 2-8 0C. With recent development of biological products by former vaccine developers, biologics has fallen into the same category of storage at 2-8 0C due to the nature of the products and the lack of testing these products at wider storage conditions.

COLD SUPPLY CHAIN

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 2000 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 10 Acres)Rs. 12.07 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 33.61 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.56 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 48.27 Cr. Rate of Return 32% Break Even Point 52%

Poultry farms are increasing steadily. Many government agencies are encouraging poultry farming and even short term training courses are organised regularly. Such farms have generated considerable employment opportunities in semi urban and rural areas. Marketing of poultry birds is expensive and death of birds during transit is the main bottleneck. This compels most of the poultry farms to concentrate on nearby markets even if it means less prices. Instead, if these birds are processed after dressing and packed in tins then transportation is easier, shelf life of the product goes up and the product is more hygienic. Good quality poultry birds are slaughtered and after dressing, they are cooked and packed in cans. This ensures longer shelf life and also takes care of problems associated with transportation of live birds, higher costs and loss of birds during transit. Proposed processing plant must be located in the vicinity of poultry farms. This project has good potential in several states of the country and this note considers UP as the preferred location. Availability of know-how and Compliances, DFRL, Mysore, has successfully developed the technical know-how. Compliance with PFA Act is mandatory.

CHICKEN PROCESSING WITH SLAUGHTER HOUSE

Cost Estimation(ALL FIGURES IN THOUSAND Rs.)Plant Capacity 45000 Bird/Day Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Th. 13 Th.Plant & Machinery Th. 26 Th. W.C. for 1 Months Th. 1.12 Lac Total Capital Investment Th. 1.54 Lac Rate of Return 59% Break Even Point 28%

SUGARCANE JUICE IN TETRAPACK

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 20000 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 3 Acres) Rs. 1.91 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 12.75 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 36 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 15.46 Cr. Rate of Return 19% Break Even Point 65%

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Sugarcane juice in tetra pack must be a demandable product as there are few units which are producing mango juice, guava juice, mixed juice and orange juice in tetra packs but not sugar cane. Tetrapack sugar cane juice will fetch the good market as this is a new concept for our country. Preservation is done when Juice or food is kept for longer period without any deteriorated or spoils the juice by the direct contact with a tmosphere . Ju ice are spo i led by decomposition due to aqueous content in the Juice itself and oxygen and other gases plus moisture in the atmosphere. This content provides healthy condition for micro organisms to growth which spoils the food. The oxygen present in atmosphere or air also helps the microorganisms to grow. Other important possibility of getting the juice spoils is due to the chemical changes brought by atmospheric conditions i.e. Micro organism are produced. The generate gas which spoils the goods oxygen gas itself causes oxidation and hence on set of oxidative rancidity. Also preservation is done to preserve the test and vitamin for a longer period. Therefore sugar cane juice is preserved under canning process for a commercial scale.

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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 EstimationPlant Capacity 60000 LIT./Day Land & Building (Area 10 Acres) Rs. 4.86 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 18.66 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 15.16 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 47.32 Cr. Rate of Return 141% Break Even Point 22%

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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. The degree of difficulty varies depending on whether or not you are replacing an existing overhead light or have access to the area between the ceiling joists. If you need to run electricity to the ceiling on which the fan will be mounted, you may need to employ the services of a qualified electrician. If your skills include sizing and adding outlets to your electrical system, you’re ahead of the game. In some towns, you will need a permit from the building department to plan and install ceiling fans. This may only make the project a little more challenging.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 240 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.09 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 32 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.69 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.28 Cr. Rate of Return 62% Break Even Point 41%

CEILING FANS

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The Bright bars are basically the raw material for a number of industries engaged in the manufacture of items such as bolts, nuts, shafts Iron bar etc. By virtue of the finished surface, which is smooth and with in the designed tolerances bright bars are normally drawn round, square pentagonal or hexagonal. In is proposed to define briefly a rolling mill we are concerned mainly with hot rolling mill, that is mill in which the steel is heated to a suitable temperature before rolling takes place. A hot mill, mill stand consists of two three or more cylindrical metal rolls usually mounted horizontally in bearing at their ends and vertically above each other. If there are two rolls in the mill is called 2 high, and three rolls, 3 high and soon. These rolls may be driven through couplings at their ends by spindles which, are in their turn, coupled to pinious (orgeors) which transmit the power from the prime move (now usually an electric motor though some steam or gas engines are still in use.) The use of the terms wobbler and “coobler box” for the coupling at each end of the spindle suggests a rather loose fillings coupling per meting a limited vertical movement of the rolls whilst transmitting the driving power.

STEEL BRIGHT BARS

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 80 MT./Day Land & Build. (Area 18000 sq.mt.)Rs. 17.15 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.79 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 14.01 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 33.27 Cr. Rate of Return 47% Break Even Point 34%

India, at present does not have a comprehensive cold chain network, and is estimated to grow to Rs 32,000 cr by 2015. In India, there has been a phenomenal growth in production of horticulture produce, dairy products, and meat products over the last decade. Owing to the tremendous pressure on improving supply chain and reducing losses during produce handling and movement, the need for creation of a cold chain network is crucial for perishable food commodities. Cold storage in India has been largely adopted for long-term storage of potatoes, onions and high value crops like apples, grapes and flowers. Potato cold storages used to contribute 88 per cent storage capacity till 2000. However most of the new cold storages in the last decade have been constructed as multipurpose facilities focusing on all fruits and vegetables, poultry, dairy and FMCG product categories. The Indian cold chain market is highly fragmented with more than 3,500 companies in the whole value system. Cold storage solutions form about 85 per cent of the Indian cold chain market by value and the balance 15 per cent is contributed by transportation. There are various standalone, integrated companies and 3PL service providers offering cold storage and transportation solutions to various food companies. However, these are not enough to cater to the growing food demand.

OLD STORAGE FOR POTATO & OTHER HORTICULTURE

PRODUCTS

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 5000 MT. Land & Building (Area 2.47 Acres) Rs. 2.92 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 2 Cr. W.C. for 6 Months Rs. 63 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 5.68 Cr. Rate of Return 20% Break Even Point 57%

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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 and toughness to the bars.

TMT STEEL BARS

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 284 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 20000 sq.mt.)Rs. 6.35 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 14.84 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 61.64 Cr.Total Capital Investment Rs. 83.41 Cr. Rate of Return 30% Break Even Point 51%

India is the 18th largest producer of machine tools in the world. The Machine Tools industry consists of about 450 manufacturing units, of which about 150 are in the organized sector and international companies like Doosan, DMG & Makino amongst others which import machines for sell ing. The top ten manufacturers account for almost 70% of the output. Domestic manufacturers account for about 45% of the total Indian machine tool market. The Indian Machine Tool Sector has had a stagnant growth since the beginning of 2000 as investment in the manufacturing sector s lowed down considerably. Inearly2002.

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Cost EstimationLand & Building (Area 1500 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.48 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.57 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 12 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 5.56 Cr. Rate of Return 26% Break Even Point 57%

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Nuts and Bolts are most commonly used items in the family of industrial fasteners and their demand is fast increasing due to expansion of industries in the country. Bolt is a piece of metal rod whose one end is upset and at the other end threading is done. Nut is a device which rolls on bolt threads. In nuts, internal threading is done while bolts bear external thread. Screw, demonstrate their true merit in the movements, assembly etc, of wooden componets. Screws are most popular as fasteners which assemble, or join parts toether to be made into a complete unit. Nuts and Bolts are available in various sizes and shapes. The kind of the classification of bolts and nuts may broadly be those made by the cold and hot process plant (i.e. cold formed & not formed fasteners). Bolts are manufactured by foring (upsetting) and extrusion methods mainly. Nuts and Bolts are used by the existing industries, repair workshops etc. The sale of these items is increasing day-by-day. As such there is a very good scope for establishment of a few small scale units for the manufacture of nuts and bolts. Nuts are plain, square or hexagonal in shape with flat chambered, or washer crowned top.

STAINLESS STEEL FASTENERS (NUTS & BOLTS)

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 12 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 8000 sq.mt.) Rs. 3.80 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 2.37 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 12.50 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 18.95 Cr. Rate of Return 32% Break Even Point 42%

Brake linings have made considerable strides in the recent past and are now poised for greater expansion. India today manufacturers a variety of cars, trucks, diesel engines jeeps and two and three wheeler vehicles. Production of all these items has been recording a steady increase both in the volume and in range. The expansion of this industry has enabled it to export a portion of its production and this trend is expected to become more pronounced in the comming years. A happy development of considerable importance to the indian automobile in our country is the emergence of a well organised automobile ancillary industry. A large number of highly competent manufacturers of parts and complete vehicles of various types have come up successfully. The building of the automobiles and numbers of specialised c o m p o n e n t s f o r m t h e a n c i l l a r y manufacturers who function independent of the automobile factories. This enables them to concentrate on their competitors as also to devote more attention to new and advanced models. The ancillary manufacturer undertakes the production of all such components in which he has specialised knowledge for various makes and models both for original equipment as well as for replacement market.

BRAKE LINING ASBESTOS/RESIN BASED &

ASBESTOS FREE)

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 100 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 150 sq.mt.) Rs. 10 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 13 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 15 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 44 Lacs Rate of Return 40% Break Even Point 65%

Energy from the Sun not only sustains life on earth but is also the source of almost all forms of energy used by man. Fossil fuels such as coal and oil represent solar energy that was received on earth millions of years ago and converted into other forms. Renewable sources of energy such as wind, hydropower, biomass and ocean energy are also indirect forms of solar energy. Solar energy, experienced by us as heat and light, can be used in a number of ways and for many applications. The two Principal routes and technologies of solar energy utilisation are: The thermal route using the heat for heating, cooling, drying, water purification and power generation; The photovoltaic route which converts the light into electricity which can then be used for a variety of purposes such as lighting, pumping, communications and refrigeration etc. Energy from Sun has many features, which make it an attractive option such as its widespread distribution, pollution-free nature and virtually inexhaustible supply. India receives solar energy equivalent to over 5,000 trillion KWh/year which is far more than the total energy consumption of the country. The daily average solar energy incident varies from 4-7 KWh/m2 depending upon the location. There are around 250-300 Sunny days in most parts of the country. If 1% of the total land area is used to generate electricity from this radiation at a net efficiency of only 1%, it will be possible to produce about 300,000 MW of power.

SOLAR PV POWER PLANT

Cost Estimation(All Fig. in US$ Doller)Plant Capacity 5 MW Land & Build. (Area 20000 sq.mt.)

US$ 20.96 LacsPlant & Machinery US$ 1.14 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months US$ 1.12 Lacs Total Capital Investment US$ 1.44 Cr. Rate of Return 13% Break Even Point 71%

Lead-Acid Battery comprises number of cells in a container. These cells contain positive (PbO2) and negative (Pb) electrodes or plates separators to keep the plate apart, and s u l p h u r i c a c i d e l e c t r o l y t e . T h e electtrochemical system is highly reversible and sulphuric acid electrolyte. The electrochhemical system is highly reversible and can be discharged and charge repeatedly before failure of some sort causes the chargocyde to be impractical. There are numerous battery designs. The most widely used secondary battery is the lead acid type. This battery is available in many sizes and capacities, and the weight can vary from 100 g to several tons, There on three principal catagories. Automotive: SLI (Starting, Lighting and ignition) for cranking of enternal combustion engins. This is the major application of the lead-acid battery. Inudstrial: Heavy - duty applications such as motive power and standby power. Consumer: Emergency lighting and security alarm systems, cordless convenience devices and power tools, and small engine starting.

BATTERY PLATES

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 0.1 MT./Day Battery Plates 25 Nos./Day BatteriesLand & Building (Area 800 sq.mt.) Rs. 47 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 19 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 25 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 97 Lacs Rate of Return 19% Break Even Point 70%

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Book publishing started coming into its own only during the last four decades in the newly emerging countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Before that they were primarily dependent on the colonial powers to fulfill the book read of their peoples, for both education and entertainment, in the developing world these are countries which do not have much publishing of their own, as well as those which have a developed and active publishing industries. But there is a great similarity in the problem facing all of them in the area of publishing. Low literacy is common features of all developing countries. In a sense publishers in there countries are serving only a small minority of their populations that is literate and can afford to buy books. A small readership means small editions and consequently high prices. A vicious circle, and this has adversely affected the education system and the intellectual life of the countries. However, cultural advancement does not entirely depend on books, but books are the most important tool of intellectual and cultural growth in developing countries which are in hurry to come into their own.

OFFSET PRINTING PRESS

Cost EstimationLand & Building OWNEDPlant & Machinery Rs. 28 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 7 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 42 Lacs Rate of Return 58% Break Even Point 48%

Cost EstimationLand & Build. (Area 1500 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.48 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.57 Cr.W.C. for 1 Month Rs. 12 LacsTotal Capital Investment Rs. 5.56 Cr.Rate of Return 26% Break Even Point 57%

India is the 18th largest producer of machine tools in the world. The Machine Tools industry consists of about 450 manufacturing units, of which about 150 are in the organized sector and international companies like Doosan, DMG & Makino amongst others which import machines for selling. The top ten manufacturers account for almost 70% of the output. Domestic manufacturers account for about 45% of the total Indian machine tool market. The Indian Machine Tool Sector has had a stagnant growth since the beginning of 2000 as investment in the manufacturing sector slowed down considerably. Inearly2002. Indian Engineering Sector, especially the automotive sector, witnessed increased investments as global majors started to outsource manufacturing to India. This led to a spurt in demand for machine tools. The machine tool industry, since then, has been growing at a healthy rate. The machine tool industry in India is now in a position to export general purpose and standard machine tools to even industrially advanced countries with index of industrial Production touching new highs and emphasis on capital investment by the government, the Machine Tool industry is all set to witness unprecedented growth.

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Nuts and Bolts are most commonly used items in the family of industrial fasteners and their demand is fast increasing due to expansion of industries in the country. Bolt is a piece of metal rod whose one end is upset and at the other end threading is done. Nut is a device which rolls on bolt threads. In nuts, internal threading is done while bolts bear external thread. Screw, demonstrate their true merit in the movements, assembly etc, of wooden componets. Screws are most popular as fasteners which assemble, or join parts toether to be made into a complete unit. Nuts and Bolts are available in various sizes and shapes. The kind of the classification of bolts and nuts may broadly be those made by the cold and hot process plant (i.e. cold formed & not f o r m e d f a s t e n e r s ) . B o l t s a r e manufactured by foring (upsetting) and extrusion methods mainly. Nuts and Bolts are used by the existing industries, repair workshops etc. The sale of these items is increasing day-by-day. As such there is a very good scope for establishment of a few small scale units for the manufacture of nuts and bolts. Nuts are plain, square or hexagonal in shape with flat chambered, or washer crowned top.

CO WELDING WIRE2

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 3.50 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs. 2.32 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.54 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.37 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 6.96 Cr. Rate of Return 26% Break Even Point 64%

Medium Voltage Switchgear (3.3 KV to 33 KV) is Distribution of Electricity and is one of the basic Industries in India. It consist of various types of Components which include Transformer Relays, Vacuum Circuit Breakers etc. The demand for Medium Voltage Switch Gear will increase due to the Industr ia l development and rura l Electrification. The different Medium Voltage Switchgear are 3.3 KV, 11 KV, 22 KV & 33 KV or as per customer requirement and specification. The increasing energy transmission requires protection capable of clearing faults where several thousands of MVA of energy can be fed by inter connected power stations. Fault clearing rating of circuit breakers and their reliability are a s s u m i n g p r o g r e s s i v e l y g r e a t e r importance. Since, the economic supply is largely dependent on availability of power supply, isolation of faulty feeder and segregating the same assumes equal importancs. The back up protection becomes equally vital. Cause for occurrence of faults and their elimination is of paramouent importance to avoid consequent disruption of production and dissatisfaction in customers, since various voltage levels for 800 KV to 240 volts exist in the supply system, corresponding ratings for circuit breakers, isolators etc.

MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 200 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs. 2.21 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.30 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 10.26 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 13.95 Cr. Rate of Return 48% Break Even Point 30%

Although non-ferrous pipes have been used since about 2800 B.C., the production of ferrous materials in tubular form was developed much later. Iron-musket barrels were made in the 12th century and cast-iron cammon barrels and water pipe in the late 17th century. The use of wrought iron in tubular products began in 1825 by the conventional butt welding process and, in 1887, Besmear steel was successfully used for this purpose. The lap-welding of pipes, initially carried out by hand was mechanized in the 1840’s by means of a ball placed between the rolls of a two high mill. From then until the 1920’s lap welding was the main process used for pipes over 3 inches in diameter. Although an extrusion process for making pipe was patented in 1836, it was not until the manner mann brothers developed the rotary piercing process in Germany in 1886 that seamless tube production became economical ly feasible. Subsequent technological developments were directional towards changes in the piercing mills and rolling the pierced shells into better finished tubes. During the 1920’s some pipes with electrically welded seams was produced, but the manufacture of electric-resistance-welded (E.R.W.) tube did not begin until 1933. Other important dates in the history of tubular operations include the first attempts at continuous rolling over a mandrel bar in 1889, the first operation of a pilger mill in 1892 and the use of the first plug mill in 1892.

STAINLESS STEEL PIPE/TUBES

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 20 Ton./Day Land & Building (Area 4050 sq.mt.) Rs. 7.50 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 7.87 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 14.33 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 31.46 Cr. Rate of Return 67% Break Even Point 41%

1. ALUMINIUM EXTRUSION 17 Cr. 2. ALCOHOL FROM BROKEN RICE 6 Cr. 3. AUTOMATIC BRICK PLANT 4 Cr. 4. AUTOMATION CONTROL EQUIP. 50 Cr. 5. BATTERY-OPERATED 3 WHEELER 6 Cr. 6. BEER INDUSTRY 41 Cr.7. BED SHEET, BED COVER,

SOFA CLOTH, 27 Cr. 8. BIOFERTILIZER 2 Cr. 9. BUTYL RUBBER 7 Cr. 10. BOTTLING PLANT 41 Cr. 11. BIOCIDES FOR DISTILLER 20 Cr. 12. BENIFICATION PLANT

-MANGANESE ORE 18 Cr. 13. CHICKEN FARMING (HATCHERY) 22 Cr. 14. CORRUGATED SHEET BOARD

& BOXES 5 Cr. 15. COMPUTER SOFTWARE

DEVELOPMENT 3 Cr. 16. CONSTRUCTION CHEMICALS 5 Cr. 17. CHICKEN PROCESSING 28 Cr. 18. CHROME BENEFICIATION PLANT 114 Cr. 19. CASEIN FROM MILK 63 Cr.

20. DEHYDRATION OF ONION & GARLIC 6 Cr.

21. DEHYDRATION OF FRUITS & VEG. BY IQF TECHNOLOGY 5 Cr.

22. DISPOSABLE PLASTIC SYRINGES 14 Cr. 23. E.R.W. STEEL PIPES & TUBES 27 Cr. 24. FERRIC ALUM 9 Cr. 25. GUARGUM POWDER FROM

GUAR SPLIT 8 Cr. 26. HOSPITAL (100 BEDS) 68 Cr. 27. IRON ORE MINING 302 Cr. 28. INTEGRATED UNIT OF DAIRY,

FARMING MILK COLLECTION 9 Cr. 29. I M F L (WINE, BRANDY, WHISKY 41 Cr.30. KATHA & KUTCH 5 Cr. 31. KRAFT PAPER 23 Cr. 32. KRAFT PAPER FROM BAGASSE 15 Cr. 33. MULTIPRODUCTS 1795 Cr.34. MULTIPURPOSE COLD STORAGE 14 Cr. 35. MEGA FOOD PARK 16 Cr. 36. M.S. PIPE (WELDED) 20 Cr. 37. MEDICAL COLLEGE, HOSPITAL 17 Cr. 38. MILD STEEL SECTION MILL

(ANGLES,CHANNELS, ROUND, SQUARES, ETC.) 17 Cr.

39. MONOCHLORO ACETIC ACID 23 Cr. 40. MONOCHLORO ACETIC ACID

FROM ETHANOL AND CHLORINE 18 Cr. 41. MINERAL WATER CUM PET

BOTTLE MANUFACTURING UNIT 10 Cr. 42. PORTLAND CEMENT PLANT 178 Cr. 43. POWER PLANT FROM BIO GAS 12 Cr. 44. PRODUCTION OF BIO-OIL 3 Cr. 45. PVC PIPE AND FITTING 3 Cr.

46. PAPER PLANT 140 Cr. 47. POWER PLANT (GAS BASED) 17Cr. 48. RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX 520 Cr. 49. ROLLING MILL BY TMT TECH. 16 Cr. 50. ROLLING MILL WITH

INDUCTION FURNACE 79 Cr. 51. SUGAR PLANT 90 Cr. 52. SPONGE IRON FROM IRON ORE 148 Cr. 53. SOLAR POWER (ENERGY) PLANT 105 Cr. 54. STEEL PLANT BASED ON

INDUCTION FURNACE 39 Cr. 55. STEEL PLANT (BILLETS) BASED

ON INDUCTION FURNACE 232 Cr. 56. STEEL TRANSMISSION LINE

TOWER & HOT ROLLING MILL 60 Cr. 57. SODIUM TRIPOLY PHOSPHATE 71 Cr. 58. TYRES, TUBES & FLAP 94 Cr. 59. TUBULAR STEEL

SWEDGE TYPE POLE 12 Cr. 60. TMT STEEL BARS 4 Cr. 61. UREA FERTILIZER PLANT 2505 Cr. 62. VODKA FROM POTATOES 26 Cr. 63. WOMEN POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE 24 Cr.

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Conveyor Idlers are used to carry or convey conveyor belt loaded with bulk material. These carrying idlers are fabricated from different materials such as heavy guage steel tubing or seamless steel tubing, depending upon the requirement and their applications. These idlers are specially designed to provide smooth transition of bulk material for long period of time and are available with impact rings made of special shock absorbing compound. Troughing idlers are use for conveying bulk materials, and are designed and manufactured with Troughing angels of 200 and300 normally. Idlers of 450 trough angle or any other angle are also manufactured as per customer’s design and drawings. We can also design manufacture and supply 5 rollers type idlers. Mounting brackets are manufactured out of standard steel sections to have rigidity and stability of the frame. Shafts are manufactured out of Carbon steel bright steel bars suitable for any torsional load and bending movement. Conveyor idlers determine to a great extent the efficiency of a belt conveyor. They must be accurately made and provide a rigid framework that will maintain permanent alignment of well-balanced, smooth running, easy turning of idler rolls.

IDLER ROLLERS FOR CONVEYORS

(PLAIN & RUBBER COVERED)

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 24 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 750 sq.mt.) Rs. 49 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 16 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 40 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.10 Cr. Rate of Return 38% Break Even Point 51%

The state of a country’s iron and steel industry products an index as its industrial progress. A universaly aecepteal yardstate formeasuring a cointerators level of eaenoine elevelopment is is per capita onsumption of steel. Judg by the yordexick the depressing fact remains that. India is among the countries with the loeoest per capta consunpoeon of steel in the world, with only 14 bg Developed cournes such as sweeden, west Germany Japan and U.S.A. hous high percapita consumption figeres. The histary of iron & steel making in India goes bade to over 2500 years, making India of of the carliest usess of iron and sted in the world. In ancient times, India has ettained a remarkafly high degree of skill in iron of iron products smelting and the making. The basic raw material for electric Arc Furnace (EAF) steelmaking in steel scrap. With the rapid growth in EAF steelmaking, demand for scrap has been on the increase. On the other hand, improvements in steelmaking practices, and subsequent processing steps of casting and rolling have improved yields of semis and finished products which ahs led to reduction in the volume of return scrap generated in these operations. The problem of scrap shortage necessitated the search for a suitable alternative and today sponge iron is found to be technically and economically a viable substitute for scrap.

SPONGE IRON WITH PELLETIZATION PLANT

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 50 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 10 Acres) Rs. 10 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.24 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 7.19 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 21.10 Cr. Rate of Return 31% Break Even Point 39%

Manufacturing of steel tubes & pipes is, basically a Heavy Mechanical Engineering industry and is mostly produced in large scale. Mainly there are 1) Black & Galvenised welded tubes & pipes, 2) ERW -Steel tubes and, 3) Seamless Steel tubes. ERW steel tubes are chiefly used in bicycles, transformers, L.P. Boilers, furnitures industries etc. While seamless steel tubes are used in oil exploration, fertilizer, boiler & chemical industries. Normally, the plant capacity of Indian steel tube units ranges from 5,000 M.T. to 25,000 M.T. per annum. The industry of even smaller capacity is possible which can suit the S.S.I. parameters but the economy of scales is always there. The improving industrial climate, greater emphasis on oil exploration, power generation and the nuclear programme have improved prospects for the Indian steel pipes and tubes industry, despite some temporary difficulties created by official policy. It now manufacturers items like seamless tubes and speciality pipes for use in oil exploration and drilling, conveyance of petroleum and gas, the chemical and fertiliser industries, nuclear plants etc. a and more speciality products are on the cards. Till recently, seamless tubes and pipes constituted the largest single item of import for India.

OXYGEN LANCING PIPES

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 10 Ton./Day Land & Building (Area 1500 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.13 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 75 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 69 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.70 Cr. Rate of Return 26% Break Even Point 58%

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The term power plant is often used loosely to designate any plant in which steam is generated regardless of whether power is produced. In a more exact sense an industrial steam power plant is one in which power is generated from steam. The term power generation in the engineering sense implies the production of mechanical or electrical power from some other source of energy e.g, thermal hydroelectric or electrochemical energy. Conventional means of power generation have used air steam or water as a working medium for internal combustion engines reciprocating steam engines and steam and hydraulic turbines. Newer techniques such as magnetohydrodyamic, fuel-cell wind and solar power are under investigation and may eventually prove important. Per capita power consumption is a barometer of country’s prosperity, economic growth and industrialization. Major portion of the additional power requirement will have to be met through thermal generation.

CAPTIVE POWER PLANT USING RICE HUSK AND COAL

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Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 24000 KWH/Day Land & Building (Area 2 Acres) Rs. 86 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 1.92 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 21 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.29 Cr. Rate of Return 23% Break Even Point 60%

Aluminium 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. In 1967-68. There only 3 units engaged in manufacturing aluminium extruded products but till 1983-84 the number has reached 12 with total installed capacity 25,490 MT year @113% capacity utilisation. Imparts of aluminium extruded products in the seventies had been quite high but the stress is being made to reduce it in order to save foreign exchange and hence partially it is taking place of import substitute. This is clear from the import in 1979-80 as high as 3,36,659 M.T. valued at Rs. 1,05,35, 820/- to just 33753 M.T. in 1980-81 and 56,222 in 1981-82. On the other hand, the exports of aluminium extruded products is gradually on rise (From 27,591 M.T. in 1973-74 to 55,395 M.T. in 1981-82). Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Burma Hong Kong, Kenya, Kuwait, Oman, Srilanka, U.A.E. etc. are the main middle East countries to whom aluminium extruded products

ALUMINIUM EXTRUSION

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 20 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 5 Acres) Rs. 5.02 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 6.12 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 8.62 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 21.28 Cr. Rate of Return 29% Break Even Point 65%

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Steel fabrication, when used as an Industrial Term, applied to building of machines, structures, process equipment for chemical, fertilizers sector by cutting, shaping and assembling components made from raw materials small businesses that specialize in steel are called steel fabrication workshops, steel fabrication is a value added process that involves the construction of machines and structures from various raw material. A fabrication shops will on a job, usually based on the engineering drawings and if awarded the contract will built the product. A steel fabrication work shop consists of a shed and all facilities for fabricating all kinds of universal steel. It includes, steel shearing, punching forming, welding, rolling, sand blasting, plasma cutting and painting. Now we take the case of manufactuing of industrial fan of dia 1000mm Arial tube type fan.

STEEL FABRICATION

Cost EstimationLand & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.56 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.02 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 3.76 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 6.40 Cr. Rate of Return 85% Break Even Point 30%

The 20th century has seen the emergence of aluminium as a key industrial and strategic material, second to only steel in terms of importance and tonnages of production. A point to notice is the upsurge in production synchronizing with the two world wars pointing to the need for aluminium as strategic material. In todays industrial civilization, aluminium is important because it serves as a basic input for a number of industry is, it is indistpensable for building up and strengthening the industrial infra-structure in the basic sectors viz. power and transportation. Besides finding extensive use in other vital sectors like space, defense, buildings, construction, domestic hardwares etc. Aluminium is a metal with high strength-to-weight ratio, better formability, high ductility, anti-corrosive properties, with thermal and electrical conductivity. Because of these unique combination of properties, aluminium(including its al loys) has substantially replaced a number of traditional materials from their established uses e.g. steel, copper, lead and zinc among metals and glass. Wood and paper among non-metals. Aluminium is crucial for expansion of power availability and electrification programme. It has a significant role to play in saving energy in transportation sector, thus help reducing the consumption petroleum products.

ALUMINIUM INGOTS FROM BAUXITE

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 20 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 7 Acres) Rs. 4.89 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 9.52 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 8.68 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 24.80 Cr. Rate of Return 65% Break Even Point 72%

Bottling plant is a plant where beverages are put into bottles with a cap. These bottles are widely used for storage purposes. Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) consists mainly of propane, propylene, butane, and butylene in various mixtures. However, in the United States, the mixture is mainly propane. It is produced as a by-product of natural gas processing and petroleum refining. The components of LPG are gases at normal temperatures and pressures. LPG bottling plant is a plant where LPG is put into bottles for storage. The plant has the facility to recieve bulk LPG by pipeline from a reliable source or any area. This is the safest and the cheapest way of transporting bulk LPG. The plant is equipped with hydraulic cylinder testing equipment for periodic testing of the cylinders. To ensure safe and accurate filling of the cylinders well experienced technical people should only be employed in the working of the plant.

L.P.G. BOTTLING PLANT

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 10000 Cylinders/Day Land & Build. (Area 10000 sq.mt.) Rs. 11.50 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 2.30 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 5.67 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 27.51 Cr. Rate of Return 56% Break Even Point 25%

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". They are mainly used to replace reinforced concrete in roof construction. Roof slabs fabricated on the ground are hoisted into position, saving the costly centering and some cement and steel. The weight of hollow-brick roofing, jack arch roofing and reinforced concrete roofing are in the ratio, 66:100-125:70-75.

BRICKS FROM STONE DUST

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 50000 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs. 3.16 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 52 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.08 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 4.92 Cr. Rate of Return 16% Break Even Point 60%

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Stainless Steel is a high grade steel to which has been alloyed such elements as Manganesse (MN) silicon (Si) Phosphorus (P) chromium (Cr) Nickel (Ni) and Molybednum (Mo). Of these elements chromium and nickel are in the largest quantities. According to the particular type of steel, it will combain 10 to 30% of chromium and 10-25% of nickel. There are over 40 types of stainless steels available. These are generally classed by the number. This is classified according to the heat treatment properties of the steel and its alloys. The common type of the sheet stainless steel used in the work shop is type 302. This type of steel used for almost all sorts of containers, sinks and counters in th restaurant. Then, some times it is classified in several different orders on the basis of their fionish. Steel has a silver chrome apperance and generally can be easily recognised by its grained appearance.

STAINLESS STEEL UTENSILS

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 2600 KGS/Day Land & Build. (Area 1012.50 sq.mt.)Rs. 83 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 53 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 3.37 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 4.70 Cr. Rate of Return 57% Break Even Point 24%

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Laundry and Dry Cleaning is in much demand in all India. This has got tremendous demand especially in all small and big star category hotels, Resorts, Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Garment Exporters, Apartments, Textile Units, Schools (Boarding) and Spinning units etc. The present day sophisticated standard of living recognises the importance of cleanliness and smart dressings. it is due to this reason that the modern human folk has accepted dry-cleaning as a must for a smart look. Laundry, today, is very much on industry even within the govt. policies. All the necessary machines & equipments are available indigenously and raw materials are available in abundance in most of the business centers, towns & cities. The modern washing techniques have acquired mechanisation and big laundries enjoy the benefits of mass production. Though the costs of cleaning agents like soaps, detergents, fabric blues, starch & glues have gone high, yet the dry-cleaning changes are within the approach of general mass. It has been possible because of the fast dry-cleaning which proves economical. Washing machines are available with capacities from 1 kg to 10 kgs. of cloth which can work on automatic lines. The modern developments in the field of technology have made laundry an attractive industry which can be started with a very moderate investment. Laundry workshops work on job work basis. This industry can be set up at any scale of production without a disadvantage. The scope of industry is directly linked with the population growth and the aesthetic sense of the people.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 3000 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)Rs. 98 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 71 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 17 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.45 Cr. Rate of Return 22% Break Even Point 60%

LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS

CHOOSE AND START YOUR OWN INDUSTRY

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. The industry manufactures almost every conceivable rubber product, from tiny toy balloons to giant tractor and aero tyres, needed for internal consumption as well as for exports.

RUBBER SHEETS FOR SHOE SOLES

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 4000 Shoe Pairs/Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.) Rs. 1.04 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 84 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 82 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.79 Cr. Rate of Return 40% Break Even Point 54%

Restaurant business is very flourishing business these days not in India only it has been termed as an International Hotel and Restaurant Industry and it carries very brilliant prospects. The need for advantage of Hotel Industry to Restaurant Standards has been felt very recently due to advancement in the technology & industry due to which a lot of young million are have come into existence. This class of people & many people from higher & medium of people like to take advantage of this type of Restaurant system on many occasions. After oil the world tourism is the largest single item of international trade today with the increase in education discretionary income and in leisure and paid holidays, travel has grown rapidly in recent years. The phenomenal growth of tourism can be ganged from the fact that world spent 360 billion dollars on tourism in 1977 as compared to 300 billion dollars armament. Mass tourism started in Europe in the late 19th century but to day it is a world wide reality. During last 30 years or so the period which eased the arrival of jet global international tourist arrival increased from a mere 25 million in 1950 to a staggering 213 million in 1975. This work out to be at annual average growth rate of 11 percent.

RESTAURANT

Cost EstimationLand & Building (Area 250 sq.mt.) Rs. 29 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 5 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 37 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 93 Lacs Rate of Return 36% Break Even Point 59%

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In the modern era the packaging and printing industries are playing a vital role for Packaging of various commodities for customer appeal and acceptancence in all over world for marketing of various products. We are proposing to manufacture mono cartons, of various sizes for our various customers. The mono cartons, are used for packaging of various commodities. It is used for packaging of powders, food materials, spices, tea, automobile parts, computer floppies, compact discs and so many other things. Mono cartons, are prime need of any industries for packaging of various products all over the world. There are several manufacturers of these items all over india but their production and consumption datas are not available.

MONO CARTONS WITH PRINTING

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 3.50 Ton/Day Land & Build. (Area 1012.5 sq.mt.) Rs. 87 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 62 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 1.07 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.59 Cr. Rate of Return 34% Break Even Point 43%

Laminated tubes are used for packaging across the globe in varied sectors such as oral care, food, cosmetics, pharma and industrial applications. The oral care industry in itself contributes to almost 70% of the total production of laminated tubes. These tubes are increasingly being used in the cosmetics sector for their cost-effectiveness. The multilayer tubes (lamitube) made from laminates with aluminium foil barrier combine the excellent barrier advantages of traditional metal tubes & the attractive visual and tactile feel of the plastic tubes. These tubes are made from the laminates, the structure of the laminate is described on the left image. The ABL tubes give good collapsible effect (shown in the picture below) which is desirable where precise dispensing of the product is required. Today, ABL laminate tubes are not only used for toothpaste applications, but also increasingly for cosmetics, food, pharmaceutical and household and industrial applications.

LAMI TUBE MANUFACTURING

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 300000 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 1.82 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 4.59 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.53 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 9.27 Cr. Rate of Return 61% Break Even Point 35%

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Electric switches, plugs, sockets, etc. are nothing but electric fittings which are quite familiar to the people as it is found in every home. They can be manufactured using different major raw materials e.g. steel, brass, thermosetting or thermoplastic resins However this report is totally based on bakelite powder or resin which is thermosetting type. Bakelite powder is also known as phenol formaldehyde resin. also other electrical accessories e.g. plates, lamps holders, may be manufactured from phenol formaldehyde resin and same plant and machineries making the industry highly flexible and profitable. Besides electrical fittings radio cabinets, inks stands, table lamps, door and cabinets, handles, power relay components, camera shutters, textile bobbins and other accessories may also be manufactured with little or no change. As mentioned earlier though electrical fittings may be manufactured from other materials also it may be noted that bakelite electrical fittings are best and economical. Also bakelite is bad conductor of electricity making them shock resistant which may be there is case of metal electrical fittings. Electric fittings are manufactured in different sizes as required by the customer. They may be of two or three pin. Three pin sockets and plugs have one major advantage over two pin one’s since they are earthed also. Also various combinations are practiced in the 5-15 ampere range.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 750 Dozen/Day Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Rs. 31 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 19 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 38 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 94 Lacs Rate of Return 22% Break Even Point 69%

ELECTRIC SWITCHES PLUGS SOCKETS & OTHER

ACCESSORIES

The fluorescent lamp is also a gaseous discharge lamp, the ‘gas’ being actually mercury vapour at low pressure. A large part of the light emitted by this discharge, however, falls in ultra-violet part of the spectrum and thus invisible; apart of this, glass will not transmit ultra-violet rays to any extent. So that very little passes through to the outside of the envelope. In order to arrive at a really efficient and economical source of light, the principle of fluorescence was introduced; by fluorescence is meant the phenomenon arising from the capacity of certain substances for absorbing short-wave radiations and re-emitting them as radiations of a longer wavelength. If for convenience we refer to the emissions just beyond the red and blue extremities of the spectrum by somewhat para doxical term “invisible light. In practice this transformation is brought about by a layer of powdered material applied to the inside of the glass envelops of the Lamp; under normal conditions these powders appear to be white. This powder is fully irradiated by the ultra-violet rays emitted by the gas under the influence of the electric current, and this, very briefly, is the principle on which the fluorescent lamp works.

COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS WITH ASSEMBLING

Cost Estimation(All Fig in Thousans)Plant Capacity 60000 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Th. 16 Th.Plant & Machinery Th. 48 Th. W.C. for 3 Months Th. 3.84 Lacs Total Capital Investment Th. 4.53 Lacs Rate of Return 45% Break Even Point 26%

Crocodile are known to inhabit most of the large fresh bodies. Majority of the main rivers and dams are their preferred habitats with maxium concentration in the clams small rivers and streams. Crocodile breeding and skin tanning is the most lucrative business now a days in india. On the basis of various records and surveys it is estimateed that there is good scope of crocodile breeding and skin tanning. A new entrepreneur can well venture into this field and he will find it a lucrative business. Crocodile Breading and skin tanning is the most important and Lucrative business now a days in a India. At present there are insufficient crocodile breeding centres and crocodile skin tanning industries in India and most of the industries are concentrated in Gujarat. The future scope of thee product is very bright and there is a good scope for new investment.

CROCODILE SKIN TANNING AND BREEDING

Cost EstimationLand & Building (Area 1 Acre) Rs. 40 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 11 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 25 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 78 Lacs Rate of Return 46% Break Even Point 44%

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A non-woven fabric is a sheet structure made from fibres held together by mechanical, chemical, thermal or solvent means, or by a combination of these. The term does not include hopes, or fabrics which are woven, knitted, tufted, stitch-banded or made by wool felting. In comparatively simple terms, a non-woven may be described as a fabric having textile-like properties, which is prepared by banding fibres together, rather than by the traditional method of spinning into yarns, followed by weaving. Non-woven fabrics find their applications as carpets, blankets, upholstry, floor coverings, wall-coverings, automotive carpets, etc. The fibres principally used are polyester, nylon and viscose with occasionally, small amounts of acrylic. These fibres are blended in varying amounts, depending on the type of interfacing being made. Techniques by which fabrics are made directly from the fibres, by passing both spinning and weaving, have been utilized for centuries in the production of felt and bark cloth.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 5 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.)Rs. 2.60 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 2.50 Cr.W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 1.22 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 6.67 Cr. Rate of Return 39% Break Even Point 45%

SPUN BONDED NON WOVEN FABRIC PRODUCTION

Minerals occupy an important position. Considerable information, inclusive of technical and statistical details for particular minerals have been published and is readily available. Information is also available on methods of mining, draw backs and merits thereof, However setting up of these industries is guided by different factors applicable to different minerals. It is also for this reason that same yardstick cannot be applied for every mineral. Manganese ore is mostly available in Madhya Pradesh. Manganese dioxide which may be produced from a ferro manganese ore containing about 35% manganese or about one half the amount found in commercial ferromanganese alloys.

MANGANESE ORE BENEFICIATION

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 100 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 3.81 Acres) Rs. 47 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 74 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 5.79 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 7.10 Cr. Rate of Return 39% Break Even Point 36%

Particle board is as the name suggests a board made of particles of bagasse. Thus particle board is a board made from bagasse 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 exposurer 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. Particle boards find extensive use in the building industry furniture industry cabinets and automobile construction large size panels can also be manufactured at economic costs. In the hot press the mats are subjected to a high pressure and temperature so that the synthetic resin is introduced between two heated plates and hammed at regular intervals to form a board which goes out at the other end continuously. The boards are unloaded and sent through the sanding and sizing machines. Most particle board produced is in the intermediate density range from 0.40 to 0.80 g/cm3 low density boards in the range form 0.25 to 0.40 g/cm3 are insulating type where as high density boards in the range from 0.80 to 1.20 g/cm3 are called hard board type. These particle boards my be manufactured in difficult thickness, reported to as ply thickness-difficult form are.

PARTICLE BOARD FROM BAGASSE

Cost EstimationLand & Building (Area 3000 sq.mt.)Rs. 2.79 Cr.Plant & Machinery Rs. 51 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 46 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.92 Cr. Rate of Return 33% Break Even Point 68%

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The book covers Polyethylene, Extrusion, Injection Moulding, Blow Moulding, Polyvinyl Chloride, Polyesterterephthalate (Pet), Rotational Moulding, Post Extrusion Process, Vacuum Metaillizing, Identification of Plastic Materials, Recycling an Industrial Approach , Additives for Polymers, Get Virgin Quality From Reprocessed, Speciality Additives and Masterbatches, PVC Compounding , Compounding of PVC Pastes, Expanded Polyethylene, Expanded Polystyrene, Speciality Plastic Compounds and Masterbatches, PVC Compound , Polymer Alloys, Blends & Composites, XLPE Cable Compound, Jelly Filled Telecommunication Cable Compound and Sheating Compound, Thermoplastic Rubber (Elastomer) Compound, Masterbatches, Production and Filling Process of a PET Bottle, PET Bottle Recycling, PET Peform and Bottle Blowing, PET Bottles from Pre Form PET, Plant Economics of PET Bottles from Pre Form PET, PET Pre Form PET Resin, Project Profile for Pet Strech Blow Moulding Machine, Automobile Injection Moulded Plastic Components, Colour Master Batch for Various Plastics Compact Disk, Co- Extruded Multilayer Film and Laminated Multilayer Film, Egg Trays from Plastics, Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Sheet and Sole, Polypropylene Multifilament Spinning Yarn, Plastic Films and Sheets with Printing (Flexo and Roto) LDPE/HDPE/PP/HM/PVC, Plastic Granules from fresh Resin, Plastic Injection Moulding Products, Plastic Mat, Pet Bottles From Pre Form (Capsules), Pet Pre-Form Pet Resin, PVC Pipes & Fittings, PVC Extrusion Profiles, Compouter Ribbon Carrtridges, H D P E / P P W o v e n S a c k s ( B a g s ) , Semiconductive Compounds and Master Batches, Plastic Sutli or Polypropylene Sutli, Disposable Plastic Syringes (Sterilized), Plastic Water Storage Tanks (HDPE) (Sintex Type), Thermocole Based Disposable Glass Cups and Plastics, Plastic Granules, Cross Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) Compound for XLPE Cables, Typical Processing Equipments, Suppliers of Raw Materials, Suppliers of Plant & Machineries, Suppliers of Dies & Moulds, Pet Machinery & Raw Material Suppliers.

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Aggarbatti is the Indian name for the Incense stick, which is a well known product coming every class of people due to its attractive perfumery smell. The use of perfumery compounds started very early in the history. It would probably had its beginning with the Atlantions who flourished at a period conjectured to antedate the christian era by about 23,000 years. For the earliest records sof perfumery compound. It is necessary to turn to Egypt Egyptian kings were very fond of perfumes in various forms. Perfumes were used for three quite distinct purposes by the Egyptians. (1) As offerings to their deities. (2) For aesthetic purposes during their lives. (3) As principal agents for embalming their dead. Cosmetics and perfumes were evidently used by jewish women. In India, China and many other Asian countries, natural perfumery compounds were used in the prehistoric period itself.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 100 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs. 83 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 6 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 46 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.39 Cr. Rate of Return 89% Break Even Point 27%

SYNTHETIC PERFUME FOR AGARBATTI

The official name of acrylic bathtub is fiberglass reinforced plastic bathtub, English acrylic is hom*onym. The surface material is a methyl ester C. The thickness of the acrylic sheet before shaped is over 3mm, the bottom is covered with many layers of fiberglass, enhanced with specialized resin. Finished bathtub should be even color throughout the whole tub, the surface should be smooth, non-hierarchical, no bubbles etc. The tub should be combined with the fiberglass very solidly without peeling. Acrylic bathtub is low carbon and environment protection, widely styles, light weight, easy installation, low maintenance, so, more and more construction projects and families start to use it. Acrylic bathtubs are less expenseve, better warm keeping, hi gloss with a wide range of colors. Acrylic bathtubs hold the heat better and keep the water warm longer after you initially filled it. You will have no feeling of “cold” when touch it. Compared with cast iron bathtub and steel bathtub, it gives you the feeling of “warm and soft” instead, and won’t make yuour body pain. Because of better reprocessing performance, acrylic bathtubs can be molded in larger sizes than standard bathtubs. They are ideal and perfect material for producing whirlpool bathtubs.

Cost EstimationPlant Capacity 40 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Rs. 38 LacsPlant & Machinery Rs. 27 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.90 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.60 Cr. Rate of Return 63% Break Even Point 26%

ACRYLIC BATH TUBS BY ACRYLIC SHEET

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431. AUTO BULBS/LAMPS ————2. AUTO CLUTCH PLATE ————3. AUTO CABLES 1.12 Cr.4. AUTO PISTONS ————5. AUTO VEHICLES BODY

BUILDING AND SERVICING 7.90 Cr.6. AUTO BRAKES SYSTEM 1.30 Cr.7. AUTO TUBES 1.31 Cr.8. AUTO RUBBER MOULDING

PARTS & STEEL JACKS 23 Lacs 9. AUTO HEAD LIGHT 3.25 Cr.10. AUTO ELECTRICAL PARTS

(ARMATURE) 5.56 Cr.11. AUTOMOBILE GEARS 88 Lacs 12. AUTOMOBILE PARTS 28 Lacs13. AUTOMOBILE PAINTS 23 Lacs 14. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION 36 Lacs 15. AUTOMOBILE POLISH 35 Lacs 16. AUTOMOBILE INJECTION

MOULDED PLASTIC COMPONENTS 59 Lacs

17. AUTOMOBILE PISTON RINGS 1.61 Cr.18. BATTERY PLATES 93 Lacs 19. C.N.G KIT FOR AUTOMOBILE 2.15 Cr.20. C.N.G. CYLINDER

(COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS) 1.70 Cr.21. CLUTCH PLATE FOR

AUTOMOBILES 6.52 Cr.22. CRUDE OIL BLEACHING FOR

PETROLEUM JELLY 1.33 Cr.23. DOOR VISORS FOR

AUTO VEHICLES 23 Lacs 24. ELECTRICAL HORN FOR

AUTOMOBILE ————25. IGNITION COIL FOR

AUTOMOBILES 35 Lacs 26. MUFFLER AND SILENCER

FOR FOUR WHEELERS 1.15 Cr.27. N.C. THINNERS USED

IN AUTO PARTS 22 Lacs 28. PETROL PUMP WITH

AUTOMOBILE WORKSHOP/GARAGE & SERVICE CENTRE 2.55 Cr.

29. PISTON ASSEMBLY (ALUMINIUM ALLOY) 2.86 Cr.

30. PVC BATTERY CONTAINERS MFG. AND ASSEMBLING OF LEAD-ACID STORAGE BATTERY 7.25 Cr.

31. RUBBER AUTO PARTS 16 Lacs 32. RUBBER POWDER 23 Lacs 33. RUBBER AUTO GASKETS 12 Lacs 34. RUBBER HOSES FOR

AUTOMOBILES 42 Lacs 35. STORAGE BATTERY 6.77 Cr.36. SOLUTION FOR STORAGE

BATTERY 13 Lacs 37. TIE - ROD ENDS 57 Lacs 38. TYRE & TUBES 94.31 Cr.39. TOUGHENED GLASS 5.70 Cr. 40. TYRE RETREADING BY

COLD PROCESS 51 Lacs 41. UJ-CROSS & KING PIN FOR

AUTOMOBILES 60 Lacs 42. V-BELTS 50 Lacs 43. WHEEL RIMS (FOR CAR, MOTOR CYCLES, TRUCKS ETC.) 2.92 Cr.

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• Ayurvedic/Herbal Pharmacy• Blood Bags• Bandage Cloth Weaving On Power Loom• Crepe Bandage• Disposable Surgical Caps & Masks• Dextrose Saline (I.V. Fluid) In Plastic Bottle• Dextrose Saline (I.V. Fluid)• Disposable Needles for Syringes• Disposable Plastic Syringes• Diagnostic Centre• Electronics Blood Pressure Measuring

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• PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE :

• RAW MATERIALS :

• PLANT AND MACHINERY :

• LAND & BUILDING :

• PROJECT ECONOMICS :

• ANNEXURES OF CHARTS /FINANCIAL ASPECTS :

Project Mix, Uses and Applications, Quality Control Measure & their introduction for attainingrequired properties economy and Productivity Competence.

Market position, Installed Capacity Production, Anticipated demand, PresentManufacturers, Statistics of Imports & Exports, Estimated Demand, Demand & Supply gap (if available). LI/IL Issuedrecently

Inventory controls & Tests, Comparative study of process forManufacturing the product formulations, Process flow Sheet Diagram, Process detail in stages from Raw Materials toFinished products.

Raw Material specifications, Market Codes and Raw Material Prices, Sources ofProcurement of Raw Materials (Imported/Indigenous).

Range of Machineries required, Detailed Specifications of Machines &Equipments, Prices of Machineries, Suppliers of Plant and Machineries.

Total Land area requirement with rates, Covered Area break up with estimated costs ofconstruction.

Land and Building, Plant, Machinery and Other Fixed Assets, Total CapitalInvestment, Working Assessment, Raw material & Consumable stores, Staff Salaries and Wages, Utilities andOverheads, Total Cost of Project, Sources of Finance/Refinance, Break Even Point Determination.

Repayment Schedule for 5 yrs. Result ofPerformance, Depreciation Chart for 5 Years, Cash Flow Statement for 5 years, Project Balance Sheet, Land ManRatio etc.

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PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR SELECTION OF A GOOD INDUSTRY

• Agricultural Equipments• AAC & ACSR Aluminium Conductors (All

Aluminium Conductors)• Agricultural Equipments Including Threshers• Air Brake Helical Coil• Air Cooler• Air Filters (For Scooter Car & Excavators etc.)• Aluminium & Aluminium Alloys From Aluminium

Scrap To Make Utensils (Induction FurnaceMelted)

• AluminiumAlloy Wheels• Aluminium Alloys From Aluminium Scrap To

Make Utensils (Induction Furnace )• Aluminium Hot & Cold Rolling Mill• Aluminium Conductors• Aluminium Bottle Manufacturing (Cold Extrusion

OfAluminium)• Aluminium/Copper Cable Lugs• Aluminium Cans For Beer Packaging• Aluminium Cans For Capacitors• Aluminium Caps For Injection Vials• Aluminium Extrusion• Aluminium Furniture & Hardware• Aluminium Sheet Rolling Mill• Alloy Steel Casting (Foundry)• Aluminium Utensils• Aluminium Utensils & School Boxes• Aluminium Wire Drawing And Super Enamelling

For Winding• AnodisedAluminium Utensils• Anodizing OfAluminium• Antimony Oxide From Lead Scrap• Anti Scale Compound For Adding In Sugar

Boilers• Arc Welding Filter Glass• Aluminium Foil Cutting & Roll Making• Auto Flaps For Trucks & Buses• Automobile Workshop (Garage & Service

Centre)• Auto Bulb• Auto Electrical Parts (Armature)• Auto Gears• Auto Horns• Auto Leaf Spring• Auto Tubes• Auto Piston Ring• Auto Piston• Auto Parts (ElectricalAnd Electronic)• Auto Rubber Parts And Turned Components

Silent Block BushAnd Ceiling Fan Shaft+• Auto Wire Outer (Outer ForAuto Wire)• BakeryAnd Biscuits Equipments Fabrication• Ball Point Pen Refills• Ball Roller & Taper Bearing• Band Saw Blades• Barbed Wire• Barrels (Oil)/(Metallic Barrels)• Bath Fittings, Turned Components (All Type)

Sheet Metal (Job Work) And HDPE/PP MouldedArticles

• Battery For Car (Dry)• Battery Operated Three Wheelers• Benefication of Chromite Ore Processing

Charge Chrome• Bicycle Spokes• BicycleAssembly• Brake Lining Asbestos/Resin Based & Asbestos

Free• Brass Artware/Hollow Ware Casting (With The

help Of Phenolic Resin)• Brass Casting• Brass Pipes From Brass Sheet With

Longitudinally Welding Brass Ware By CastingMethod (BrassArticles Viz. Brass Pooja

• LampsAnd Other Casted)• Bright Bars• BuffingAnd Polishing Industry (Job Work)• Butt Hinge (Brass Sheet)• Carbon Brush Holder & Slip Ring• Co2 Welding Wire Electrodes (Copper/Copper

Alloy Coated• M.S. Wire)• Carbon Film Resistors• Car Dealership (Hyundai)• Carburettors• Cast Steel Body Valve• Cast Steel Panes For Melting Furnace• Ceramic Coated Steel Pipes• Chemical Etching Of Stainless Steel• Chemical Resistant Iron & Steel• Concast Steel Bars• Cold Form Section Mill• Cold Rolled Forming Of Section And Other

Sections• C o ld Ro ll I n g Of M s S t r ip• Cold Twisted De-Formed Ribbed Steel• Cold Rolling Mill• Compressor (Hermetic) ForAir Conditioners• Compressed Natural Gas (Cng Kit) For

Autovehicle• Continuously Cast Steel Wire Rods (5 Mm)• Continuous Casting Copper Wire Rods• Conveyor Beltings• Conveyor Belt, Transmission Belt & V Belts• Cooking Ranges• Copper/Brass Sheets, Circle & Utensils• Copper Foil• Copper Ingots, Rods Making & Wire Drawing• Copper Powder• Copper Products From Copper Scrap• Copper Smelting Plant• Copper Wire Rods From Copper Scrap• Corrugated Box Making Machinery And Other

Their Parts• Cylinder Liner ForAutomobiles• Disposable Plastic Razors• Door Locks/Pad Locks• Drill Bits & Tool Bits• Drum Closures• Erw Steel PipesAnd Tubes• Erw Steel Conduit Pipe• Earth Moving Equipments• Engine Valves ForAutomobiles• Fabrication Of Heat Exchanger• Fabrication Of Storage TanksAnd M.S. Drum• FerrousAlloy Ni-Hardy I.V Casting• Ferrous Mn Alloy Casting By Alumina Thermic

Process• FerroAlloys• Ferro Silicon & Ferro Manganese From Dolomite

(Sms Grade)• Fire Extinguishers• Fire Fighting EquipmentsAndAppliances• Flip-Tone Cans• Forged Conecting Rod• Forging Unit• Fountain Pen Nibs• Foundry Sand

• Free Wheels, Free Wheel Bushes And FreeWheel Plates ForAutorickshaws

• Fuel Briquettes FromAgro Waste• Fuel Injection System• Fused Magnesia• Generator Canopy• Galvanized M.S.Strips• Galvanizing Plant• Galvanized Iron Wire (G.I. Wire)• G.I. Pipes• Gas Welding TorchesAnd Nozzles• Gasket Sheet• Gate Grills & Window Frames• Generating Set (Diesel)• HardAnodisedAluminium• High Pressure Cylinder• Hollow Concrete Spun Pole• Hospital Wares• Hospital Furnitures• Hot Rolling Of Stainless Steel Sheet• Hot Dip Galvanizing• Hot Forged Fasteners• Hot Mix Plant• Industrial, PetroleumAnd Nuclear Filter• Ignition Coil ForAutomobiles• Injection Moulded Plastic Compounds With Tool

Room• Injection Moulded Plastic Components And

Metal Pipe Spinning Unit• Investment Casting• Iron Ore Pelletization Plant• Iron Ore Mining And Manufacture Of Sponge

Iron• Iron/Steel Wire Gauge• Iron Tawa• Knives (S.S.Knives)• Kitchen Sink (S.S.)• Lead Tube• LeadAlloy From Battery Scrap• L.P.G Regulators• Lpg Cylinder• Lpg Stove• Lpg Bottling Plant (Gas Filling)• M.S. Pipe (Mild Steel Pipe) - Welded• Machine Screws & Self Tapping Screws• Machinery For Cold Rolling Mill• Maruti Workshop Cum Service Station• Magnesium Ingots & Bullets Casting• Manufacture Of Tin Containers• Manufacture Of Storage Tanks, Pressure

Vessels, Heat Exchangers• Mark Ii Hand Pumps• Maruti Workshop Cum - Service Station• Mechanical Jacks• Medical Oxygen Gas Cylinder• Metal Cable Trays• Metal Cutting Die Design• M e t a l C u t t i n g O f A n d G r i n d i n g

Wheels(Abbrasive Cutting Wheels)• Metal Foundry Flux ForAluminium• Metal Foundry Flux For Cast Iron Casting• Metal Hooks & Clips• Metal Separation (Copp- Er , Tin, Lead) From

Spent WashAcid• Metallic Ring Joints• Metallic Gasket (Spiral Wound)• Microvee &Absolute Filter• Microwave Oven• Mild Steel Ingots• Mini Steel Plant/M.S. Ingot By Induction Furnace• Mini Steel Plant• Modern Vehicle Workshop• Moped• Mild Steel Nuts• M.S.Hinges• M.S.IngotAnd Hr. Steel Structurals• M.S.Ingot By Induction Furnaces• M.S. Pipes

AUTOMOBILES,MECHANICAL,

STEEL & IRON &METALLURGICAL

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CHEMICAL (ORGANIC& INORGANIC)

WITH PETROLEUMPRODUCTS

• M.S. TubesAnd Pipes• M.S. Welding Electrode• Mufflers & Silencers For Three Wheelers• Nail Cutter With Filer & Manicure• Nichrome Wire• Nickel Lined Screens• Non-FerrousAlloy Rolling• Non-Ferrous Forging• Non-Ferrous Foundry• Non Pressure• Incandescent Lamp• Number Combination Locks For Luggages• Nuts & Bolts• Oxygen Lancing Pipes• Paper CoatedAluminiumAnd Copper Wire• Perforated Metal Sheets• Petromax Container Photo Etching Of Stainless

Steel Plates• Pipe Galvanizing Plant• Piston Ring-Automobile• Plant Protection Equipments• Platinum LaboratoryApparatus• Pressure Cooker &Aluminium Utensils• Pressure Cooke(Aluminium)• Pressure Die Casting• PrintedAluminium Collapsible Tubes• Printed Tin Containers• Printing Press (Cylinder Machine)• Pumps For Chemical Industry (Special)• Railway Sleepers (M.S.)• Razor Twin Blade• R.C.C Spun Pipes• Reconditioning Of M.S. Drums/Barrels• Re-Rolling CopperAnd Brass SheetAnd Rods• Re-Rolling Mills• Resin Coated Sand• Resin Cored Soft Solder Wires• Rolling Mill• Rolling Mill (By Induction Furnace) &

Manufacture Of Bars, Angles, Squares, TubesAnd Others

• Roller Bearing & Forging• Rolling Of Stainless Steel Patta• Rollinf Mill By Tmt Technology• Rubber Insulated Pliers (Hand Tools)• Rubbing Compound ForAutomobiles• Scientific Laboratory Equipments• ScooterAssembling• Secondary Lead Extrac -Tion By Scrap Battery

Plates, Pipes & Sheet• Seamless M.S. Tubes & Pipes• Self Tapping Steel Screw• Sewing Needles• S.G. Iron &Alloy Steel• Sheet Metal Products, (Ferrous/Non-Ferrous)• Steel DrumsAnd Barrels• Ship/Marine Container• ShockAbsorbers• Shoe Eyelets• ShotAnd Grits By Automization Process• Shovels• Silico ManganeseAlloys• Silencers (Mufflers) Exhaust & Tail Pipe For All

Types Of Vehicles• Sintered Bearing• Sintered Bushes• Sintered Metal Products• SoftAnd Hard Ferrites• Spanners• Spark Plugs• Spin On Filters And Spin On Filters Components

(Including Bowls)• Sponge Iron From Iron Ore• Steel Plant (ElectricArc Furnace Based- Eaf)• Spheriodal Graphite Cast Iron• Spray Dryer• Stainless Steel Casting By Induction Furnace• Stainless Steel Hinges

• Stainless Steel Fasteners (NutAnd Bolts)• Stainless Steel Sheet Rolling• Stainless Steel Pipes• Stainless Steel Patta• Stainless Steel Sheet Rolling To Produce

Stainless Steel Utensils• Stainless Steel Utensils• Stainless Steel Wire Drawing• Staple Pins,Paper Pin , Gem Clips Etc.• Steering WheelAnd Connecting Rod• Steel Castings• Steel Chain• Steel Foundry• Steel FurnituresAnd ElectricalAppliances• Steel FurnitureAnd Room Cooler• Steel Nipple For Bicycles• Steel Plant (Mini)• Steel Re Rolling Mill• Steel RodsAnd Coils From Scraps• Steel Rolling Mill (Reinforcement Bars)• Steel Rolling Mill• Steel Strips (Cold Rolled) Silicon With Grain

Riented For Electric Use• Steel Tubular Poles• Steel Transmission Line Towers & Rolling Mill To

Produce Steel Section• Steel FurnituresAnd ElectricalAppliances• Steel FurnitureAnd Fire Fighting Equipments• Steel FurnitureAnd Room Cooler• Steel Wire DrawingAnd Galvanizing• Steel Wire/Rod• Steel Wool• Ston ScrusherAnd Screening Plant• SubmergedArc Welded Pipes• Submersible Pump Manufacturing• Super Enamelled Copper Wire• Super Enamelled Copper Wire (From Copper

Cathode Rod)• Three Wheelers• Tie-Rod Ends• Tin Containers• ToolroomAnd Sheet Metal Products• Trolley (Shopping) For Carrying Of Stores At

Super MarketAnd Ware Houses• Tractor Trailers• Transmission Power Fitting• Tubular Poles• Tyre Retreading By Cold Process• Super Enamelled Copper Wires• Trolley (Shopping) For Carrying Of Stores At

Super Market & Ware Houses• Tmt Bars• Tubular Poles For Electrical Transmission (By

Fabrication Process)• Tubular Poles Of M.S. & High Tensile Steel• V- Belt• Vacuum Cleaners• Vacuum Flask (Stainless Steel)• Valves For RefrigerationAndAir-Condition• Vehicle Welding & Painting• Venetion Blind• Washing Machines (Automatic & Computerised)• Water Controller (Automatic)• Watch Straps/Chains/ Bracelets/Belt Brass &

Stainless Steel• Water Coolers• Welded Wire Mesh• Welding Electrodes• Wheel Barrow• Wick Stoves• Wind Mill Window Frame (Ferrous & Non-

Ferrous)• Wrist Watch

• AceticAnhydride• AceticAcid (Glacial)• AceticAcid From Ethanol• Acetone• Acetylene Black• Acetyl Chloride• Acetylene Gas• Acetylene Gas & Oxygen Gas (Integrated Unit)• Acid Black Dye• Acid Slurry• ActivatedAlumina• Activated Bleaching Earth (Activated Fullers

Earth)• Activated Carbon From Cashewnut Shell• Activated Carbon From Rice Husk• Activated Carbon From Rice Husk, Coconut

Shell & Coconut Powder• Activated Carbon From Wood• Activated Carbon Powder & Granules From

Coconut Shell• Activated Carbon & Sodium Silicate From Paddy

& Rice Husk• Alcohol From Broken Rice• Alum For Water Treatment• Adhesive (Fevicol Type)• Aerosol Insecticides Spray (Baygon, Hit,

Mortein Type)• Agarbatti Synthetic Perfumery Compounds• Alcohol From Potato• Alcohol From Rice Grains• Alcohol From Rice Husk• Alcohol From Molasses• Alcohol, Beer, Starch, Liquid Glucose, Dextrose,

Sorbitol, Vitamin-C,• Alcoholic BeveragesAnd Vinegar From Coconut

Water• Germ Oil, Cattle Feed Etc. From Maize• Alkyd Resin• Alkylated Phenol Likenonyl Phenol, Dodecyl

Phenol• Alum (Non Ferric)• Alum (Ferric)• Aluminium Chloride FromAluminium Ore• Alum Cake• Alum FromAluminium Hydrate• Aluminium Ingot By Bauxite• Aluminium Phosphide• Aluminium Phosphate• Aluminium Sulphate (Non Ferric Alum) 17% -

18% Alumina Content In Granules (2 Mm To 4Mm)And Flakes

• Amines &Allied Products• AminoAcid• Ammonia Gas• Ammonia Gas Bottling• Ammonia Liquor• Ammonium Nitrate• Ammonium Chloride (Pure & Technical)• Ammonium Sulphate• Annato Seed ExtractionAnd Processing• Anti Corrosion Chemicals

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• AnthranilicAcid From PhthalicAnhydride• Anesthesia (All Types) Used In Hospitals• Aniline• Argon Gas• Ariel Type Detergent Powder• Anthraquinone• Antimony Trioxide• Atenolol• Auramine “O”• Azodicarbonamide• Baking Soda FromAsh• Barium Carbonate• Barium Compounds• Barium Nitrate• Barium Peroxide• Barium-Thio-Sulphate Banzene• Baryte Powder• Bar Soap (All Varieties) Using Soap Noodles• Beer Plant• Belt Paste• Beneficiation Of Chromite Ore Processing

Charge Chrome• Benzyl Acetate, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl

Alcohol• Beta Naphthol• Bentonite Powder• BenzoicAcid• Benzidine• Biofertiliser From Mother Culture• Bio Oil For Power Generation From Coffee Husk• Bio Gas Plant• Bio Gas Filling In Cylinder• Bio Tech Unit• Bi-Chromate Of Sodium, Potassium &

Ammonium• Bi-Functional Black Mfgr.Reactive Dye (Dye

From Cotton Yarn Dyeing)• Bio-Fuel (Jatropha CultivationAnd Extraction)• Bituminous Roademulsion• Black Phenyl• Black Sulphur• Bleaching Powder (Stable)• Blue Detergent Powder• Bone Crushing Plant• Bone Meal (Calcined) Enrichment With Calcium

& Phosphorus• BoricAcid• B.O.N.Acid• Bromine Gas Plant• Brandy• Butanol• Butyl Rubber For The Manufacture Of Tubes For

TruckAnd Car Tyres• 1,4, Butanediol• ButylAcetate• Caffein From Tea Waste• Calcined Lime (Dead Burnt Dolomite)• Calcined Petroleum co*ke• Calcining Of Magnesite & Dead Burnt Magnesite• CalciumAluminate• Calcium Based Grease• Calcium Carbide• Calcium Carbonate• Calcium Carbonate (Precipitated) From By

Product (Lime Slurry & Carbon Dioxide)• Calcium Carbonate (Activated & Precipitated)• Calcium Chloride• Calcium Gluconate• Calcium Nitrate• Calcium Silicate Bricks• Calcium Stearate By Fusion Process• Camphor Powder (Synthetic)• Construction Chemicals (With Detailed Market

SurveyAnd Formulae Etc.)• Carbon Dioxide• Carbon Black From Fertilizer Waste• Carbon Black (Petroleum Based)

• Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (Cmc)• CaseinAnd By Products• Casein From Milk• Cationic Softner (Stearic Acid Based)• Caustic Soda• Caustic Soda From Soda Ash By Soda Lime

Process• Caustic Soda (Liquid) By Electrolytic Process• Caustic Soda From Trona• Caustic Soda, Chlorine And Hydrogen Gas By

Electro-Lysis Of Brine Solution• CelluloseAcetate Moulding Powder• Cellulose Powder & Micro Crystalline Cellulose

Powder• CementAdmixture• Cement Colour• Cement Water Proofing Compound• Cement From FlyAsh & Lime• Cement Tiles (Glazed)• Chlorinated Paraffin Wax (Cpw)• CitricAcid From Lemon• CitricAcid From Molasses• Double Firing (Heating)• Chelated Zinc (Zn Edta)• Chemicals From Prawn Head• Chitin & Chitosan From Prawn Shell Waste• Chloral Hydrate• Chloramphenicol• ChromicAcid (With Pollution Control)• ChromicAcid (Oxide) & Blue Oxide• Chlorinated Paraffin Wax (Cpw)• ChromicAcid• Cement Paint & Distemper• CitricAcid From Lemon• CitricAcid From Molasses• Cleaning Of Cooling SystemAnd Boiler• Coal Tar Distillation• Coal Washing Plant• Cobalt Octoate• Compost For Mushroom• Construction Chemicals

Copper Oxychloride• Coolant (Engine)• Copper Phthalocyanine Blue & Green• Correction Fluid• Cupric Chloride• Crude Oil Bleaching For Petroleum Jelly• Cutting Oil• Cyanuric Chloride• CyanoacrylateAdhesive• Cutting Oil• DefoamingAgent For Paper Industry• De-Nickeling (Electrolytic Process)• Detergent Cake & Powder• Detergent Powder• Detergent Concentrate (Idet 10)• Dextrose Monohydrate & Dextrose Anhydrous

Powder From Tapioca Starch• Di-Basic Lead Stearate• Di Calcium Phosphate• Diclofenal Sodium Slow Release (Sr) Tables

100mg.• Di Ethyl Oxalate• Di Methyl Orthophthalate• Di-Methyl Phthalate• Diclofenac Gel• Dioctyl Phthalate (Dop)• Di Phenyl Glycerine• Di Phenyl Oxide• Dinitro-Chloro Benzene• Distillery• Distilled Water• Dodecyl Benzene Sulphonate• Dustless Chalk• Edta & Its Salts• Electroless Nickel Plating On Plastics• Electrolyte (Like Sulphuric Acid) For Lead Acid

Dry Rechargable 5.5.Ah. Battery• Electropolishing On Gold Jewellery• Electropolishing On Various Metals• Endosulfan• Enzyme Based Detergent Powder• Ephedrine Hydrochloride• Epoxy Resin Based Compound• Ethanol (Biofuel)• EthylAlcohol From Molasses• EthylAcetate• Ehtyl Ether• EthylAlcohol (Potable Liquor)• Ethyl Hexanol• Extra Temperature Lubricating Grease• Extraction Of Essential Oils By Sugar Critical Fluid

(Carbon Dioxide) Method From Flowers, Herbal &Spices

• Fabric Stain Remover• FattyAcid• FerricAlum• FerricAnd Non FerricAlum (Aluminium Sulphate)• Ferro Chrome Ligno Sulphonate• Ferro Manganese• Ferro Silicone• Ferro Vanadium From Vanadium Sludge• Ferrous Silicate• Ferrous Sulphate• Ferrous Sulphide• Fertilizer FromAnimal Blood & Leather Waste• Fluorescent Tube Light Powder• Foamed Pvc Compounding & Its Products• Formaldehyde• Food Grade Grease Or Lubricant• Fractional Distillation Of D.M.O (Dementholized

Oil)• Fractional Distillation Of Essential Oil &

Medicinalplant Extract• Friction Dust (Liquid & Powder) From Cnsl• Fruit Flavours• Furfural From Rice Husk• FumaricAcid• Gas Filling Of Lpg Cylinder• GarlicAcid• GingerAnd Garlic Paste• Ginger Processing• Gasket Shellac Compound• Gear Oil• GibberellicAcid• Glass Putty• GluconicAcid• Glucose D- Powder• Glycerine• Gossypol (Poly Phenol) From Cotton Seed Oil• Greases (Lithium Based)• Guar Gum Powder• Hair Fixer (Hair Gel Type)• High Temerature Grease• Hard Grease• H -Acid• Henna Paste Making• Henna Powder Repackaging• Heptal Dehyde• Herbal Beer• High Carbon Ferro Chrome• HumidAcid• Hydrated Calcium Silicate Brick• Hydrated Lime From Sea Shell• HydrochloricAcid• Hydro FluoricAcid• Hydrogen Peroxide (ByAuto-Oxidation Process)• Ice Packs (Solutions Type, White Gel Type, Violet

Semi Solid Polymer Type)• Improving Drop Point Paraffin Wax From 45-500c

To 75-800c• IndustrialAlcohol• Integerated Complex Of Easter & Allied Products

(D.O.P, D.B.P, Ethyl Acetate Wire Enamel &Cable Jelly)

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• Insta Whitening System (Ujala Type)• Imfl (Whisky) & Country Liquor• Imfl (Whiskey) From Potato• Iron Oxide For Making Feritte• Iron Sulphide• Jatropha (Biodiesel) CultivationAnd Extraction• J.Acid• Jute Batching Oil• Kesh Kala Tel (Hair Dye Lotion) (Vasmol 33,

Black Nite Type)• L-Lysine Monohydrochloride• Lactic Acid From White Sugar By Fermentation

Process• Ldpe Granules From Virgin (Ldpe Resin)• Lead Extraction From Battery Scrap• Lead Oxide (A) Lead Monoxide• (B) Lead Tetra Oxide• (C) Greylead Oxide• Liquid Glucose & Its By Products• Liquid Gold (In Paste Form)• Lemon Oil From Lemon• Liquid Oxygen Bottling Plant• Liquid Shoe Polish• Liquid Floor Polish• Lithium Based Grease• LinearAlkyl Benzene Sulphonate• Lube Oil Viscosity Improved For P.P.G/P.E.G.• Lube OilAnd Greases• Lube Oil From Cnsl To Reduce Friction• LubricantsAshless 100% Combustion• Maize Oil• Magnesium Carbonate And Magnesium

Bicarmonate• Magnesium Hydroxide Powder• Magnesium Silicate• Magnesium Sulphate• Malachite Green• MaleicAcid• MaleicAnhydride• Manganese Sulphate• Manufacturing Of Carbon Mono-Oxide Water

Gas• Menthol Bold Crystals From Flakes• Menthol Crystal & Mentha Oil• Mercuric Oxide• Metal Pre-Treatment Chemicals• Methyl Chloride• Methyl Cinnamate• Methane Gas By SodiumAcetate & Soda Lime• MethylAcetyl Ricinolate• Methyl Parathion 2% Dust Powder• Methyl Stearate• Metol• Metol From Hydroqui-None & Methylamine• Micanite• Micro Crystalline Wax• Micro Nutrient Mixture• Mineral Water• Mineral WaterAnd Pet Bottilng Plant• Mineral Water In Bottles, Glass And

Pouches• Mini Cement Plant (By Rotary Kiln Process)• Mixed Fertilizer• Mosquito Repellent Vaporiser (Liquid Mosquito

Destroyer)• Mosquito & Flies Repellent Agarbatti (Incense

Sticks)• MonochloroAceticAcid• Monocrotophos (Technical)• Mosquito Coil• Mosquito Coil & Mat• Mosquito Mat• Mosquito Net• Mosquito CoilAgarbatti• Mother Tincture & Bio Chemic Medicines• Naphthalene & Phenyl (Integrated Unit)• Natural Mineral Water By Reverse Osmosis

Process• Nickel Plating Brightner (Primary Or Carrier

Brightner & Secondary Brightner)• Nickel Sulphate• Nicotine From Tobacco Waste• Nicotine Sulphate From Tobacco Waste• Nitro Benzene• Nitro Cellulose Sanding Sealer/Lacquer• Nitro Musk• Nitrogen & Oxygen Gas Plant• Non-Ionic Surfactant (WettingAgent)• No-Carb Paste• Npk Mixed Fertilizer (Molasses Based)• N.P.K Fertilizer• Octanol• Oleoresin From ChillyAnd Ginger (Extraction)• Oleoresins From Marigold Petals (Extraction)• Organic Fertiliser• Ortho Nitro Phenol• Ortho Phthalic Polyester• OxalicAcid From Molasses• OxalicAcid From Rice Husk• OxalicAcid From Tree Bark• OxalicAcid From Waste Vegetables• Oxygen Gas Plant• OxygenAnd Nitrogen Gas Plant• Oxygen Gas Plant (Air Seperation Method)• Para-Amino BenzoicAcid• Para-Amino Phenol• Para Toluene SulphonicAcid• Pectin From Raw Papaya• Pectin FromApple Pomace• Pectin From Mango Peel• Pectin From Oranges• Pectin From Citrus/Lemon• Perfume (Lemon & Others)• Perfume Spray Deodorant (Non-Alcoholic)• Pest Control• Pesticide Preparation Using Neem Fruit &

Seeds (Margosa)• Pet Bottles From Pre-Form• Pet Granules (Dana)• Pet Preform From Resin For Pet Bottles• Petroleum Jelly• Phenol• PhenylAceticAcid• Phenyl• Phenyl (Black) In Liquid Form• PhthalicAnhydride• PhosphoricAcid From Rock Phosphate• Phosphorus By Chemical Process• Photo Emulsion For Rotary Screen Printing• Phthalocyanine Blue• Pigment Emulsion For Textile• Pigment Gum• Plant Growth Reagen Based Chlorothyltrimethyl

Ammonium Chloride• Plant Harmones Based On 2,4-Dichlorphenoxy

• AcenticAcid & Naphthalene• Plastazote Polythylene Foam Used For Fibre

Cable Joint• Plasticine (Modelling Clay)• Plastic Waste Reprocessing• Plaster Of Paris Bandages• Polyester Resin (G.P. Grade Laminate Grade,

Electrical Grade)• Polyol From Propylene Oxide• Poly VinylAcetate• PolyvinylAcetate Emulsion• PolyvinylAlcohol• Polyurethene Foam• Potassium Dichromate/Bichromate• Potassium Iodate• Potassium Nitrate• Potassium Permagnate• Potassium Per Sulphate

• Potassium Sulphate (Fertilizer Grade)• Potassium Per Oxy Di-Sulphide• Potassium Silicate By Ion Exchange Process• Potassium Silicate• Potassium Stearate• Processing Of Datura Stramonium Into

HyosyaminaAndAtropin• PowerAlcohol• Pvc Resin From EthylAlcohol• Pyridine & Its Derivatives• Rapid Fast Dyes (Only Process)• Reactor (Chemical)• Resorcinol• Reclamation Of Used Engine Oil (By Clay &

Vacuum Distillation Process)• Refinery Petrol/Diesel Etc.• Reclamation Of Spent Bleaching Earth• Reclamation Of Nickel Spent Catalyst From

Vanaspati Industry• Rectified Spirit From Molasses & Mahua Flowers• Rectified Spirit From Rice Straw• Red Oxide Paint/Primer (Anti Corrosive) Based

Organic Red Pigments• Refinery Petrol/Diesel Etc.• Removal OfAntimony From Lead Scrap• Resorcinol• Rice Bran Oil (Rbo)• Rosin SizingAgent• Resorcinol• Rust Prevention Lube Oil• SalineAnd Injection Water• SalicylicAcid• Santonin• Sennosides From Senno Leaf• Silicone Grease• Shoe Polish• Silica Gel (Blue Self Indicating Process)• Silica Ramming Mass• Silicone Emulsion• Silicone From Rice Husk• Silicon From Silica (Semi Conductor Grade)• Silicon Grease• Silicone Oil• Silicone Resins• Silicone Spray• Silver Brazing Foil• Silver Extraction From Waste Hypo Solution• Silver Nitrate• Silver Parts For Ceramic Capacitor Single Super• Phosphate & Mixed Fertilizer (Npk)• Single Super Phosphate (S.S.P) & SulphuricAcid• SodaAsh• SodaAsh From Natron• Soda Water Bottling Plant (Carbonated

Beverage)• SodiumAluminate• Odium Benzoate• Sodium Bi-Carbonate (Baking Soda) From Soda

Ash• Sodium Chlorite• Sodium Chromate• Sodium Cyclamate• Sodium Di-Chromate• Sodium Di-Chromate & Sodium Sulphate As Bye

Products• Sodium Hexa Meta Phosphate• Sodium Hydrosulfite• Sodium Hypo Chloride (Bleach Liquor)• Sodium Iso-Propyl Xanthate• Sodium Lauryl Sulphate• Sodium Lauryl Sulphate & Sodium Lauryl Ether

Sulphate• Sodium Nitrate• Sodium Petroleum Sulphonate (Emulsifier)• Sodium Silicate From Silica & SodaAsh• Sodium Silicate From (1) Paddy Silk Husk 2) &

Silica

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• Sodium Silicate By Hydro Thermic ProcessUsing QuartzAnd Caustic Lye

• Sodium Carbonate & Silica• Sodium Sulphate• Sodium Sulphide By Barium Sulphate Process• Sodium Sulphide From Ammonia & Sodium

Chloride• Sodium Sulphite• Sodium Tri-Poly Phosphate• Soluble Cutting Oil• Softener (CationicAnionic & Non-Ionic)• Spirit From PineApple• Stannous Chloride• StearicAcid• Stearates Manufacture (Calcium, Zinc,

Aluminium, Magnesium Stearates)• SulfanilicAcid In Powder Form• Sulphur From Pyrites & Slag• Sulphur Crystals/Lumps• SulphuricAcid• SulphuricAcid From Dcda Process• Super Phosphate (S.S.P)• Synthetic Iron Oxide (Yellow)• Synthetic Red & Wellow Iron Oxide From Iron

Filling & Pickle Liquor• Synthetic Zeolite• TannicAcid• TartaricAcid• Teflon Grease• Textile Marker Pen/Tube• Toilet Cleaner• TolueneAnd Sbp From Crude Naphtha• TrimethylAmmonium Chloride• Triphenyl Phosphite (T.P.P)• Ultramarine Blue (Liquid)• Urea Formaldehyde & Melamine Formaldehyde

Powder• UndecylinicAcid• VinylAcetate Monomer• Vitamin C• Vitamin E• Waste Water Treatment Plant For Industrial

Sector In India (Only Marker Survey)• Washing SoapAnd Powder• Wall Putty• Water Proofing Chemicals• Water Treatment Plant• Weedicide• Wire Drawing Lubricants• Wire Enamels• Wood Polish (NonAlcoholic)• Xanthates• Yellow Dextrin• Zinc Chloride• Zinc Oxide• Zinc Phosphating By Cold Process• Zinc Silicate• Zinc Stearate• ZincAnd Copper Sulphate From BrassAsh• Zinc Sulphate• Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate• Acid Black• Auramine’o’• Azo Dyes Stuff• Dye & Dye Intermediate• Dye Intermediates• Malachite Green• Methylene Blue• Phthalocyanine Blue• Phthalocyanine Blue & Green• Reactive Dyes• Sulphur Black Dye• Vat Dyes• Water Chilling Plant• Water Treatment Chemicals• Water Treatment Plant• Wadding Oil (100% ) For Wadding Of Cotton• Hosiery Cloth In The Dyeing Process• White Oil• Wax Floor Polish

ELECTRICAL,ELECTRONICS,COMPUTERS &INFOTECH / IT

PROJECTS• Air Conditioning• AluminiumAlloy Conductor• AacAndAcsrAluminium Conductors• Aluminium Cable• Aluminium Electroytic Capacitors• Audio CassetteAssembling & Recording• Audio Cassettes Duplicating Recording• Audio Cassettes &Audio Studio• Audio Cassettes Plane & Recorded• Audio Magnetic Heads• Audio Magnetic Tape• Audio/Video Cassettes• Auto Bulb/Lamps• Automatic Voltage Stabilizer• Battery Plates• Business Process Outsourcing (Bpo)• B/W Tv & Computer Monitor Picture Tube• Bread Boards• Call Centre• Call Centre International• Camera (35 Mm)• Capacitors• Carbon Electrode Used For Battery Cell• Carbon Potetiometers• Ceiling Fan• Ceiling Fan (Stainless Steel)• Ceramic Insulator• Children Infotech Training Institute (Rs. 10000/-)• ChokeAnd Patti• ChokeAnd Starter• Choke Used For Fluorescent Lamps• Colour Television• ColourAnd Black & White Television• Compact Disc• Compact Disc Player (Audio/Video)• Computer Education Institute• ComputerAssembly• Computer Hardware• Computer Keyboard• Computer Peripherals• Computer Printers• Computer Ribbon• Computer Ribbon Reinking Or Refilling• Computer Stationery• Computer Stationery & Imported Hardware

Parts• Computer Terminals• Computerised Washing Machine (Automatic)• Computer Software• Condenser For Motor Using Mpp Film• Control Panel Board• Cooling Coil ForAir Conditioners• Copper Strip Coil From Scrap• Cordless Telephones• Cyber Cafe• Cyberkiosk• Data Processing Centre• D.C. Micro Motors

• D.G.Sets• Display Systems (Led Type)• Dish Antenna And Cable T.V. Network

Equipment• Distribution Transformers & Repairs• Domestic Electrical Appliances- Room Cooler,

Washing Machine, Water Heater, Electric RoomHeater

• E-Commerce/Business• Electric Energy Meter• Electric Fans• Electric Horn For Automobile• Electric Lamp/Gls (Incandescent Lamp)• Electric Mixer• Electric Motors Up To 10 Hp. Rewinding Of All

Types Of Motors Water Pumps• Electric Motor Winding (For Fan, Mixies, Etc.)• Electric Steam Iron• ElectricalAppliances• Electrical Fixtures• Electrical Stamping• Electrolytic Capacitors• Electromagnetic Relay• Electronic Balast/Chok• Electrical Choke• Electronic Digitalwatches• Electronic Digital Weighing Machine• Electronic FireAlarm• Electronic Gas Stove Lighters• Electronic Phones, Dry Battery Packs And

Chargers/Adapters• Electronic Pressure Indicators, Electricals,

Electronic Liquid Level Indicators, ElectronicTemperature Indicator, Digital Tachometer

• Electronic Telephone Instruments• Electronic Toys• Electronic Watches & Clocks• Fax Machines• F.H.P Motors• Floppy Diskettes• Fluorescent Lamp Starter• Fluorescent Tubular Lamps With Introduction To

Mercury Vapour Lamp• Franchisee Computer Education Centre (Rs.

10000)• Gas Detector (L.P.G)• Generator Set & Pump Sets• Generator (Battery Operated)• Gis Service Centre (Geographical Information

Systems)• Hardware Fitting For Transmission Line

(Overhead Line Material• Headers For Transistor Ics Semi Conductor• H.T & L.T Insulators• H.T & M.V Industrial Cubical Switch Board• Information Moving Display (L.E.D Type)• Insurance Claim Processing Centre (Eou) (Rs.

10000/-)• Integrated Circuits• Internet Based Stock Trading (Rs. 10000/-)• Internet Service Provider (I.S.P.)• Jelly Filled Telephone Cables• Lap Top Computers• LeadAcid Batteries• Lead Acid Battery Plates And Assembling Of

Battery• Legal Transcription & Secretarial

Services Center (Eou)(Rs. 15000/-)• Light Emitting Diodes (L.E.D)• Linear Ics Trainer Kit• Loud Speaker• L.TTransformer Repairing• Medical Transcription Centre• Metal Film Resistors• Metallised Polypropylene, Polyester Film

Capacitor• Mica Base Electronic Components

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• Mica Paper Waste Paper From Mica Waste• Micro Processors Trainer Kits Based On Micro

Processors• Mini Computer (Personal Computer)• Miniature Circuit Breaker (M.C.B)• Miniature Watch Batteries (Button Cell)• Mixer/Grinder (Mixi)• Mono Chrome Computer Monitor• Motor Start Electrolytic Capacitor• Multi Layer P.C.B• Multiple Relay For Low Voltage• Neon Indicator• Neon Sign Manufacture• Optical Fibre Cables• On Line Shopping Mall (Rs. 10000/-)• Opto Mechanical & Electrical Equipments• Photo Colour Lab• Picture Tube (B/W)• Plain Paper Copier• Plastic Film Capacitors• Polyester Capacitors• Portable Generator Set• Portal• Portable Television(Tv)• Power Capacitors• Power Inverters• Power Plant (Gas Based)• Power Plant (Hydro Based)• Power Transformers Up To 600 Kva• Printed Circuit Board• Pvc Wires & Cables• Pvc PipeAnd Fitting• Re-Conditioning Of Picture Tube• Resin Cast Ct & Pt (1 Kv)• Semi Conductor Device• Semi Conductors For Transistors & Diodes• Setting Up OfAVideo Studio• Smoke Detectors• Solar Cells• Solar Modules• Solar Power Plant (Energy)• Solar Photo Voltaic System• Solder Fluxes• Solar Water Heating Panels• Steel Furniture & ElectricalAppliances• StereoAmplifiers• Stereo Cassette Recorders/Players• Street Light Fittings Surge Suppressor• Tantalum Capacitors• Teflon Coated Electric Cable• Telemedicine (Distance Health Care) (Rs.

10000/-)• Telephone Cord/Cable• Telephone (Push Button Type)• Telephone (Push Button & Cordless)• Television (Ctv & B/W)• Television (3-D)• Television Deflection Components• Television Signal Boosters• Television Tuners• Traction Batteries• Training Institute Of Medical Transcription• Transformer For B/W Tv• Transformer For Voltage Stabilizer & E.H.T• Transmission Power Line Fitting• Transmission Tower Fitting• T.V. News Channel• Tv Audio Equipment Cabinets & Their

Assembling Unit• Un-Interrupted Power Supply (U.P.S)• Variable Frequency• Variable VoltageA.C. Drive• Video Cassettes (Complete Manufacturing &

Assembling)• Video Cassettes Recorder (V.C.R)• Video Film Studio• Voltage Regulator For Automobiles

• Voltage Stabilizers• Voltage Stablizer & T.V. Gain Booster• WaxAnd Chemical Coated, Braided Tinsel Wire• Website Design & E-Mail Registering• Welding Electrodes• Wind Energy Power Project (10 Mw)• Wire Wound Potentiometers• Wire Wound Resistance

• Alcoholic Beverages & Venegar From CoconutWater

• Alcohol Drinks From Ethyl Alcohol By Mixing OfVarious Flavours

• Amla Fruit Products With Preservation TomatoSauce, Pickles JamAnd Jellies

• Anti Scale Compound For Adding Into SugarJuice Boiling

• Apple Juice Concentrated & Dehydrated Fruit &Vegetables

• Artificial Fish Meal For Poultry Feed• Automatic Biscuit Making Plant• Automatic Bread Making Unit• Baby Cereal FoodAnd Milk Powder• Baby Corn• Bacteria For Cane Juice• Baker’s Yeast• Bakery Industry• Banana Puree• Barley Malt• Beer & Wine• Beer Plant (Brewery)• Bidi• Bidi & Cigarette• Biscuit Plant• Bread (Automatic Plant)• Black Pepper (Spices)• BreadAnd Biscuits• Breeding Farm• Broiler Chicken• Button Mushroom• Cultivation & Processing• Canning Of Rasagullas In Metal Cans• Caffein From Tea Waste• Canning Of Fruits & Vegetables• Casein From Milk• CaseinAnd By-Products• Cashew Fruit Juice From Cashew FruitApple• Cashewnut Kernel Extraction From Cashewnut

Fruit• Cashewnut Shell Liquid & Kernel Processing• Cashew Feni• Catecheu (By Chemical Process)• Cattle Feed From Tapioca• Chewing & Bubble Gum

FOOD, AGRO FOOD,PROCESSED FOOD, AGRO

PLANTATION, CULTIVATION,FARMING, DAIRY/MILK,TOBACCO/PAN MASALA,BREWERY & DISTILLERY,

EDIBLE OILS,EOU FOOD PRODUCTS

AND ALLIED PRODUCTS

• Chicken/Sheep Meat Processing• Chocolate (Milk)• CigaretteAnd Beedies• Cocoa Butter From Cocoa Mass• Coconut Water (Coco Jal) - Packed• Coconut Products & By Products Process

Complex• Cold/Soft Drinks• Collection Of MilkAnd Milk Making Powder• Collection Of Milk And Packing In Polythene

Pouch(1/2 Kg.1 Kg. & 2 Kg.)

• Condensed Milk (Sweetned)• Cold Storage• Confectionery Industry (Toffee & Candy, Semi-

Automatic Plant)• Confectionery Unit With Toffee, Candy, Chewing

GumAnd Bubble Gum• Corn Flakes• Cottonseed Oil and Cake• Country Liquor From Molasses• Custard Powder• Cigarette• Dairy Farm And Dairy (Milk) Products

(Pasteurised Milk, Butter, Ghee, Paneer)• Dairy Farm To Produce Milk & Packing In

Pouches (50% ) & Can(50% )• Dairy For Milk Processing• Dairy Farming (Buffalo)• Dairy Farming (Jersey Cow)• Dal (Pulse) Mill Unit• Dehydration Of Carrot & Garlic• Dehydration & Canning Of Fruits & Vegetables• Dehydration Of Figs• Dehydration Of Fruits And Vegetables By

Vacuum Drying Method• Dehydration Of Fruits And Vegetables By Iqf

Technology• Dehydrated OnionsAnd Onion Powder• Drinking Water (Packaged)• Dry Ice By Breaking OfAir• Drying Of Red Chillies, Haldi, Dhania, And

Green Peas• Egg Powder (40,000 Eggs Processing Per Day)• Export Of Processed Foods And Marine

Products• Fish Canning & Pouching• Fish Farming (Prawn & Other Marine Products)• Fish Meal• Flour MillAnd Mustard Oil• Flavoured Milk• Food Colour & Orasted Groundnut Gram Peas,

Etc In Pouches• Frog Legs Processing• Frozen Meats Processing• Food Flavours (Whisky) Vodka, Grape, Butter

Scotch)• Food Products Complex (Dehydrated Onions,

Garlic Powder & Flakes, Cattle Feed, TomatoPowder, Tomato Products, Canned Fruits &Vegetables, Tomato Pure, Ground Nut Oil,Refined Oil, Dehydrated Grapes Etc.

• Banana Powder & Waffers)• Freeze Drying Coffee Manufacturing Unit

(Processing)And Packaging In Glass Bottles• Fruit Juice, Jam, Jellies & Allied Products• Fruit Juice, Pickles ProcessingAnd Canning• Fruit Juice Making & Packing In Plastic

Container/Pouches• Fruit Processing (Jam & Jellies)• Fruit Pulp & Juice Concentrates• Fruit & Vegetable Drying (Freeze Drying

Method)• Ginger Oil• Ginger Paste• GingerAnd Garlic Paste• Goat Farm

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GUMS &ADHESIVES

• Goat & Sheep Farming• Gram Dall/Pulse Mill• Grape Dehydration• Hard Boiled Candy (Toffee & Candy)• Herbal Cigarettes• Honey Processing & Packaging• Honey Coated Cashewnuts, Peanuts And Other

Nuts• Ice Cream Of Different Flavours• Ice Cream Stabilizer• Ice Making Plant• Icing Sugar• Indian Made Foreign Liquor (I.M.F.L)• Instant Food (Idli Mix, Dosa Mix, Gulab Jamun

Mix)• Instant Food (Instant Food & Fast Food Parlour)• Instant Noodles• Instant Tea• Instant Tea From Black Tea• Integerated Starch Baking Powder/Yeast Industry• Integrated Unit Of Dairy Farming, Milk Collection

And Processing, Fish Farming, Poultry FarmingAnd Hatchery

• Iodized Salt• Iodized Salt (Ordinary Moisture-Less/Free

Flowing In Plastic BagsAnd Containers)• Jam, Jellies, Fruit Juice &Allied Products• Katha and Cutch• Khandsari Sugar• Khandsari Sugar• Lactic Acid From White Sugar By Fermentation

Process• Lactose & By Products Processing From Milk• Liquid GlucoseAnd Its Bye Products• MacroniAnd Vermicilli• Malt Extraction From Barley• Mango Processing (Mango Pulp, Juice & Slices)• Mayur Brand Type Chewing Tobacco• Mineral Water• Milk Preservation & Marketing To Whole Sellers

(Inpouch Packing By Uht Technology)• Milk ProcessingAnd Packaging Of Milk Products• Milk Products (Casein, Lactose, Ghee & Whey

Powder)• Milk Toffee• Mini Flour Mill• Mini Sugar Plant• Misri (Pearl Sugar Candies)• Modern Rice Mill• Murabba• Mustard Oil Extraction & Refining• Mutton Tallow• Namkeen Industry (Bhujia, Chana Chur etc.)• Namkeen (Kurkure Type Snack Food• Namkeen With Kurkurre Type Snack Food• Namkeen & Sweets• Natural Mineral Water and PET Bottles• Non-Basmati Rice From Paddy• Oleoresin, Essential Oil, Dyes & Powder Of

Spices• Oleoresin Extraction From Diptero-Carput

TurminatusAnd Pinus Khasyana• Oleoresin Extraction From Chilli• Pan Masala With Packing In Pouches And Tin

Cans• Pan Masala, Tobacco, Zarda & Kimam• Packaged Drinking Water• Packaged Coconut Water (Coco Jal)• Paneer From Milk• Pappad Plant• Pectin from Orange Peels• Papain From Papaya (Papaya Latex)• Pectin From Mango Peel Pectin From Apple

Pomace• Phyto Tea (Herbal Tea)• PicklesAnd Sauces• Pickles Murabba etc. (Veg. & Non. Veg.Pickles)• Piggery Meat Process

• AcrylicAdhesive• Adhesive (Different Types)• Adhesive (Fevicol Type)• Adhesive For Stickers• Adhesive Based On VinylAcetate• Adhesive Based On Polyurethane• Adhesive For Band Aid (Johnson & Johnson

Type)• Adhesive Industries (Laminated, Sticker,Ddl &

Other Types)• Adhesive For Gasket (Liquid/Paste)• Araldyte TypeAdhesive• Alkyd Resin• Bopp SelfAdhesive Tapes• Cyanoacrylate Adhesive• Ester Gums• Fevicol TypeAdhesive• Guar Gum• Gum Bottle (Pvc)• Gum For Pasting Labels• Leather To LeatherAdhesive• LiquidAdhesive For Corrugated Boxes• Office Paste• PolyAmide Resin• Pressure SensitiveAdhesive• Pvc Indulation Tapes• Printing Gums (Guar Gum Based)• RubberAdhesive• SelfAdhesive Labels• StarchAnd Dextrin BasedAfhesive• SurgicalAdhesive Plaster• Synthetic RubberAdhesive• Synthetic Adhesive For Decorative Laminate

Bonding• Tapioca StarchAdhesive• Vinyl EsterAdhesive• Vulcanising Adhesive Formulation Vulcanizing

Rubber Solution/Cement ForAutomobile Tyre• Urea Formaldehyde Resin• Water Based LatexAdhesive

• Handmade Leather• LeatherAuxillaries & Chemicals• Leather Dyes• Leather Washers• Leather Board From Leather Waste• Leather For Upholstry(Sofa)• Leather Finishing Lacquer (Nitrocellulose

Lacquer For Leather)• Leather Garments• Leather Goods• Leather Shoes• Leather Shoe & Chappal• Leather Footwears• Leather Suitcases, Briefcases & Travelling Bags• Leather GoodsAnd Garments• Leather Garments, Shoe & Chappal• Leather Pigment Used For Colouring Of Leather• Leather Tanning• Leather Tanning & Garments (Eou)• Sheep Skin Pickling Plant• Shoe Upper• Sport Shoes (Plastic)

LEATHER ANDLEATHER PRODUCTS

• Pine-Apple Juice Preparation & Packaging• Potato Chips/Waffers• Potato Powder• Pouch Filling & Packaging Of Edible Oil & Ghee• Poultry Feed• Processed Foods & Spices (Eou)• Processed Readymade Food• Processing Of Fruits & Vegetables• Puree, Paste, Juice And Ketchup From Khajoor

(Dates)• Rabbit Farming• Rasgullas Making & Canning In Metal Cans• Ready To Eat Processed Cooked Food• Ready To Eat Retort Packed Food• Ready To Eat Snack Food (Crax, Roll & Ball

Type)• Rice & Corn Flakes• Rice Noodles• Roasted/Salted/Masala,Cashew Nuts, Almonds

& Peanuts• Roller Flour Mill (Atta, SujaAnd Maida)• Salt Licks For Cattle• Sattu• Sausages Food Casing• Soft Drinks (Cold Drinks)• Soft Drinks Essences• Soft Drinks (Non Carbonated) Mango,Licchi,

Pineapple Flavours Frooti Type In Tetrapack)• Softy Ice Cream Cones (FullyAutomatic)• Soft/Cold Drinks (Cola, Orange, Lemon Etc.

Flavours)• Soyabean Products• Soyabean Bariyan• Soya Milk & Paneer• Spices/Masala With Formulae• SpicesAnd Namkeen (Integrated Unit)• Snack Food (Kurkure Type)• Starch &Allied Propduct From Broken Rice• Strawberry Cultivation & Processing• Sugarcane Juice Preservation• Sugar Cubes From Cane Sugar• Sugar Plant• Supari (Sweet) Betel Nut (Synthetic)• SweetAroma Betel Nut• Synthetic Tallow• Tamarind Juice Powder• Tamarind Juice Concentrates• Tea & Coffee Processing & Packaging• Toffees, Golies, Candy (Hard Boiled)• Tomato Products• Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Puree and Tomato

Juice• Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Puree And Tomato

Juice (Tomato Products)• Trading Business Of Spices & Pan Masala• Tuity Fruity• Vermicilli (Including Roasted Vermicilli)• Virgin Coconut Oil• Vodka From Potatoes• Wallnut Processing• Wine, Brandy, Whisky &Champagne• Wine From Dates• Yeast From Molasses• Zarda, Kimam No. 60,90,120,160,240,300 &

400 (Tobacco)• Zarda KimamAnd Tobacco• Zarda-Zafrani (Babachhaptype)

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MISCELLANEOUSPRODUCTS

• Agarbatti (Insence Stick)• Abrasive Paper• Agarbatti (Mosquito Repellent)• Agarbati Bamboo Stick• Agarbatti Synthetic Perfumery Compound• Air Freshner(Odonil Type)• Air Taxi• Amusem*nt Park• AnodicAluminium Label• Aquaculture Prawn Farming (100% Eou)• Aqua Culture Shrimp Farming (100% Eou)• Artificial Flowers• Artificial Jewellery• Asbestos Yarn• Ash Trays For Maruti Vehicle• Air Bubble Packaging• Asphaltic Roofing Sheet (Metal Components)• Automatic Book Binding• Alkyd Resin• Apple Juice Concentrate• Ball Point Pen Fefills (Jotter Type)• Bank Branch Building• Banquet Hall• Bio-Coal Briquettes From Agriculturalcellulose

Waste• Boot Cream/Polish• Buffing & Polishing Compound• Brass Badges By Etching• Briquetted Fuel FromAgro Waste• Briquetting Of Lignite Coal• Buffalo Horn Tip, Hoof• Banquet Hall• Button• Calcined Petroleum (C.P) co*ke• Canvas Shoes• Canvas Shoes, Jungle Boots• Carbon Brush, Brush Holder & Slip Ring• Cement Sheets With Coir Fibre & Other

Segments• Ce ram ic Ti l es (G lazed ) By Doub le

Firing/Heating• Children Recreation Centre• Coal Briquettes• Cold Storage & Ice• Cold Storage For FruitsAnd Vegetables• Compressor (Hermetic) ForAir Conditioner• Costume Jewellery/Imitation Jewellery• Decorative Laminated Sheet (Sunmica)• Dental Colleges• Diamond Cutting & Exports• Drinking Straw From Propylene• Engineering College• Engineering College, Management Institute,

Cbse School, Hostel (Boys And Girls), MedicalCollege With HospitalAnd Research Institute

• Electropolishing On Gold Jewellery (GoldOrnaments)

• Entertainment Club• Fashion Technology Institute• Fast Food Parlour• Fast Food (Instant Food & Fast Food Parlour)• Fire Extinguishers (SodaAcid Type)• Fish Net• Floriculture (Cut Flower Rose) With Green

House• Floor Covering Sheet• Film Studio (Video)• Flush Door, Chip Board, Wood Wool & Other

Insulating Boards• Gas Detectors Of L.P.G• Gems Manufacturing

• Glass Bottle By Scrap• Glass Jars Manufacturing Plant For Packaging

Of 50, 100, 150, 200 Grams Coffee Packaging• Goat & Sheep Farming• Gold Electroplating• Gold Jewellery (E.O.U)• Gold Plated Silver Jewellery & Cutlery• Granite SlabAnd Tiles• Granite Mining• Green House• Hard Chromium Plating• Health Club And Beauty Parlour Cum Hair

Saloon With Sona Bath• Health Club Cum Beauty Parlour Training

Institute• Horn Tip,Hoove Button• Hospital• Hospital (100 Beds)• Hospital (200 Beds)• Ice Making Plant• ImitationAnd Costume• Jewellery (Necklace, Earrings Ear Top Etc.)• Initmate Scent Chemicals From All Types Of

Flavour• Investment Casting• Jute, Coir, Glass Rope/ Sutli• Jute Twine• Jute Bags From Yarn Without Spinning Process• L.P.G Bottling Plant• L.P.G Regulator (Domestic Purpose)• Laminated Particle Board & Hard Board• Laminated SafetyAnd Toughened Glass• Leasing & Hire Purchase• Lichen (Charila)• Manila Ropes• Medical College• Medical University• Metal Pretreatment Chemicals Powder, Coating

Chemicals• Match Unit From Waxed Paper• Medium Density Fibre Board• Melamine Crockery• Mineral Water• Mini Cement Plant• Mirror Silver, Golden, Pink, Black & Smokes• Modern Advertising Agency With Dtp & Film

Studio• Motel/Small Hotel• Multi Colour Printing• Multi Purpose Cold Storage And Dehydration

And Canning Of FruitsAnd Vegetables• Multi Storey Commercial Complex Alongwith

Residential And Delux Flats For ForeignTourists & Revolving RestaurentAt The Top

• Multiple Lamination Industry• Mushroom Growing And Processing (By Deep

Freezing Method)• News Paper Printing• Nickel Lined Industrial Screen• Non co*king Coal To co*king Coal• Nursing Home• Offset Colour Printing Press (Six Colour)• Offset Printing Press• OldAge Home• P.C.C Electric Poles• Photographic Developer & Fixer• Pvc Extrusion Profile (Door & Windows)• Pop-Corn• Photo Etching Of S.S.• Pre Stressed Cement Concrete Pipes• Pilfer Proof Caps• Pilfer Proof CapsAnd Crown Cap• Pouch Making & Gravure Printing (Roto Printing)• Poultry & Fish Farming (Integerated Unit)• Printing Of Tin Sheets• Radio Station• Radio Taxi

• Readymade Garments• Refractories With Ceramics• Restaurant• Rose PlantationAnd Rose Oil Extraction• Rotogravure Printing• Safety Belts• Safety Matches• School• School With Hostel• Shoe Laces• Silk Cocoon Cultivation (Growing Of Silk

Cocoon Warm)• Silk Screen Printing Formulations For Plastic,

Paper & Cloth• Spikenard (Jatamansi)• Stencil Coating Solution• Sugar Candy (Misri)• Sugar Cane Plantation• Sugar Cane Juice Preservation• Super Speciality Diagnosis Centre• Surat Zari• Synthetic Shoes & Soles• T.V. News Channel• Tea Packaging Industry• Toughened Glass• Tennis Balls• Three Star Hotel• TravellingAgency• Trays, Trolleys For Hospital With Scratchless

Coating• Wax Extracts (Tanning Powder)• Wire Rope Slings• Wood Wool Slab• Wooden Cane Furniture With Export Potential• Wooden DoorAnd Windows• Wooden Furniture• Wooden Panel Including Kiln Seasoning• Wooden Furniture• Watch Case Buffing• Watch Dial• Wrist Watches• Watches (Electronic)• Zedoary (Kachur)

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EDIBLE OILS, ESSENTIAL OILSLURICATING OILS, GREASES,

VEGETABLE OILS, WAXES,CAMPHOR, PERFUMES &

PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS ANDREFINED OILS ETC.

EDIBLE OILS,ESSENTIAL OILS,

LURICATIING OILS,GREASES, VEGETABLE OILS,

WAXES, CAMPHOR, PERFUMES& PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS

AND REFINED OILS ETC.• Aromatic Perfumery Compound• Aerosol• Agarbatti Perfumery Compound• Bees Wax Manufacture• Camphor• Cardanol From Cashew Nut Shell Liquid• Castor Oil• Castor Oil Derivative Oleoresins• Chilli Oil• Citronella Oils• Clove Oil• Concentrate Of Rose Jasmine & Lily Etc.• Coloured Flame Candle• Candles (Semi-Automatic)• Corn Oil (Maize Oil)• Dehydrated Castor Oil• Eugenol From Cinnamon Leaf Oil• Extraction Of Essential Oil (Cardamon, Jeera,

Ajowan, Ginger Oils Etc. & Packaging OfGround Spices)

• Extraction Of Jasmine Essence• Extraction Of Essential Oils By Super Critical

Fluid Method From Flowers, Herbs & Spices• Eucalyptus Oil• Extraction Of Oil From Oil Seed Expander

Extrusion Technology)• Fat Liquor Sulphated Oil• Flavours For Food• Fish Oil• Garlic Oil & Powder• Ginger Oil, Sandalwood OilAnd Nagarmotha Oil• Ginger Oil• Ginger Oil & Ginger Dust• Ground Nut Oil• Integerated Wax Complex• Ionone From Lemon Grass Oil• Jasmine & Lilly Flower Oil• Lemon Grass Oil• Liquid Paraffin• Lube Oil & Grease• Lubricating Oil• Menthol Crystals• Menthol Oil & Crystal• Micro Crystalline Wax• Mustard Oil (Edible Oil)• Oleoresin From Spices• Oil FromArtemisia Herbs• Palm Oil Crushing Unit

• Pan Masala• Paraffin Wax• Paraffin Wax From Slack Wax• Perfume For Food Industries With Pan Masala

Perfume• Pouch For OilAnd Ghee Packaging• Refined Oil-Sun Flower Oil, Groundnut Oil, Staff

Flower Oil & Cotton Seed Oil• Refined Vegetable Oil• Reclamation Of Used Engine Oil• Rice Bran Oil (R.B.O)• Rose Oil Extraction• Smoke Less Candle• Spice Oil & Oleoresins• Solvent Extraction Plant (Oil Cake Based)• SyntheticAlmond Oil• Synthetic Wax• Synthetic Tallow• Synthetic Ghee• Synthetic Musk• Turmeric Oil Oleoresin• Vanilla CultivationAnd Extraction/Processing• Vegetable Oil Extraction & Refining

• Nickel Plating Brightener• PCB With Grasphite & Silver Coating• Rainbow Colours On Metal• Silver Refining By Electrolysis & ByAcid• Silver Extraction• Silver Extraction From Waste Hypo Solution• Silver & Gold Plating On PVC & Nylon-6• Tin Printing• Titanium Jewellery Plating• Vacuum Metallizing• Zinc Electroplating Brightner• Zinc Electroplating On Nut, Bolts,

ELECTROPLATING,ANODIZING &

ALLIED PROJECTS

PAINT, ENAMEL, SOLVENTS,THINERS, INKS & VARNISHPAINT, ENAMEL, SOLVENTS,THINNERS, INKS & VARNISH• Acrylic Emulsion Paints• Acrylic Cement Paint (Dry Powder)• Aluminium Paint• Automobile Paints• Ball Point Pen Refill Ink• Bituminious Road Emulsion• Bitumen• Bituminious Felts For Water & Damp Proofing• Bituminious Road Emulsion Rapid Medium &

Slow Setting• Buffing & Polishing• Cement Paint For White & Grey Cement• Dispersant• Dry Distemper• Dry Distemper & Cement Paint• Duplicating Ink Black For Gestner Duplicator• Emulsion Paints (Water Based)• Hammertone Paint• Insulating Varnish & Wire Enamel• Iron Oxide Pigments• Insulating Varnish (Poly Vinyl Butyral Based, Ffc

Grade)• Lime Colour (Cement Colour)• Synthetic Red Oxide For Floorings• Solvent & Thinners• Marking Inks (Water Proof)• Metal Naphthanate (As Drier For Paints)• N.C. Putty• Offset Printing Ink• Oil Bound Distemper Paint• Paint Brushes• Paint Manufacture For Rolling Coating Of

AluminiumAnd Steel Coil• Paint Removers• Paint Industry• Paint & Varnish• Picture Varnish• Powder Coating Paint• Printing Inks (Offset,Flexo & Roto Gravure)• Primer Paint & Enamel Paint• Putty & Water Proofing Paint• Printing Inks (Flexo-Graphic Ink)• Putty (Metal Casem*nt)• Red Oxide Primer (Anti Corrosive)• Refractory Paint (Graphite Based)• Screen Printing Inks• Silk Screen Printing Ink Formulation For Plastic,

Paper, Cloth• Stamp & Pad Ink• Stoving Paint• Spirit Soluble Maleic Resin• Texture Paint• ThinnersAnd ItsAllied Products• Toner Ink• Varnish Thinner (Solvent)• Vacuum Metallizing Lacquers• Wood Primer

FISH FARMING ANDFISHERY PRODUCTS

• Aquaculture Prawn Farming (Fresh Water)• Chitin & Chitosan from Prawn Shell Waste• Chemicals From Prawn Fish Head• Developing Trout Fish Preservation &

Storage And Marketing Infrastructure• Fish Farming• Fish Canning And Pouching• Fish Processing (Blast Freezing Process)• Fish Net• Fish Oil Soap• Fish Meal• Hdpe Fishing Net• Plastic Milk Crate And Plastic Fish Crate• Trout Fish Farming, Canning & Preservation

With Aqua Feed Manufacturing (IntegratedComplex)

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PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR SELECTION OF A GOOD INDUSTRY

PHARMACEUTICAL, DRUGS,AYURVEDIC/HERBAL COSMETICS& MEDICINES, hom*oEOPATHICMEDICINES, hom*oEOPATHIC

MEDICINES, DISPOSABLESYRINGE, DENTAL COLLEGE

& FINE CHEMICALS ETC.MEDICINES, hom*oEOPATHIC

MEDICINES, DISPOSABLESYRINGE, DENTAL COLLEGE

& FINE CHEMICALS ETC.

• Aromatic Pills• Alumina From Bauxite• Aspirin• Ayurvedic Pain Balm Ointments• Ayurvedic ChuranAnd Tablets• Ayurvedic Tablets (Hajmola Type)• Ayurvedic/Herbal Pharmacy• Ayurvedic Sherbats• Ayurvedic Products• Bulk Drugs (E.O.U)• Blood Bags• Calcium Gluconate• Capsule, Tablet & Injection With Modern

Instruments• Cashew Feni• Chloroquinone Phosphate (Bulk Drugs)• Clinical Thermometer• Dental Clinic• Dental College• Dental Grade Eugenol• Dextrose Monohydrate, Liquid Glucose• Dehydrated Onion & Onion Powder• Dextrose Powder (Anhydrous From Starch)• Dextrose Saline Solution• Distillery (I.M.F.L)• Disposable Needles For Syringes• Disprin• Distilled Water• Empty Hard Gelatin Capsules• Fairness Cream• Filling & Packing Of Capsules• Glucose - D - Powder• Glycerine• Hair Colour Mate (Formulations And Process

Only)• Herbal Cosmetics• Herbal Shampoo• Herbal ShampooAnd Cream• Herbal Hair Oils (Ayurvedic)• hom*oe & Bio-Medicines With Mother Tincture• hom*oepathic Medicines• Hypodermic Needles• I.V. Fluids• Ibuprofen• Infusion & Transfusion Sets (I.V. Set)• Injectable For Pharmaceuticals• InjectionAmpoules Packaging Box• Integerated Surgical Cotton

• Ice Making Plant• Ice & Cold Storage• Lactose & By Products Processing From Milk• Lichen (Jatamansi Charila)• Liquid GlucoseAnd Its By-Products• L-Lysine Monohydro Chloride• Liquid Glucose From Potatoes• Medical College• Methanol (Hpcl Grade)• Nicotine From Tobacco Waste• Ointment-Ayurvedic (Yellow & White)• PharmaceuticalAnd Food Grade Gelatine• Pharmaceutical Industry (Tablets, Capsules,

Liquid, Gel, Ointment Powder Injectable)• Pharmaceutical Unit (Eou) With Formulations,

Injectables, Etc. Pyridine & Derivatives• Salt (Iodized Salt)• Saline & Injection Water• Saline Water & Dextrose Solution (I.V.Fluid In

Plastic Bottles)• Sorbitol• Starch (Maize)• SurgicalAdhesive Plaster• Surgical Bandages• Surgical Gloves• Surgical Cotton• Surgical CottonAnd Bandage• Synthetic Camphor Powder• Tablets & Capsules• Tissue Culture• Tincture From Rectified Spirit• Trimethopime• Veterinary College With Hospital• Veterenary Medicines (Only Formulations)• Vitamin ‘C’, Sorbitol’Anhydrous Dextrose, Starch

• Ammonia Paper• Automatic Book Binding• Adhesive (Fevicol Type)• All Pin & Gem Clips• Ball Pen• Ball Pen Refill Ink• Ball Pen Ink Remover• Carbon Paper• Card Board• Carbon Less Paper• Cellphane Paper• Computer Continuous Stationery• Computer Forms & Security Printing Press• Corrugated Board & Box (Printed & Laminated)• Corrugated Board And Boxes From From Card

Boards• Corrugated Cartons From Plain Papers• Corrugated Paper• Corrugated Packing & Material (Bulb & Tubes

Packing)• Desk Top Publishing• DefoamingAgent For Paper Plant• Drinking Straw Paper

PULP, PAPER, STRAW/GREY BOARD, KRAFTPAPER, PACKAGING,PAPER CARRY BAG,

PAPER FROMAGRO WASTE &

STATIONERY ETC.

• Duplex Board• D.T.P Cum Offset Press• Egg Trays From Pulp• ECG Paper• Exercise Note Book, RegisterAnd Pad• Flexographic Ink• Greeting Card By Offset Press• Hand Made Paper Filter Paper• Hard Board• Hard Board From Bagasse• InjectionAmpoules Packaging Boxes• Insulatiing Paper• Kraft Paper• Kraft Paper From Bagasse• Laminated Packaging Paper With Printing• Lamination & Coating On Paper• M.G. Paper From Waste Paper• Mill Paper From Waste Paper• Mill Board From Rice & Wheat Straws• Mill Board From Waste Paper• Mini Paper Plant From Sisal• Mini Paper Plant• Multi Wall Paper Sacks• News Paper For Children• N e w s P r i n t P a p e r F r o m R i c e

Straw/Bagasse• News Paper Childrens• News Print Paper• OffsetAnd Treadle Type Printing Press• Mill Board Based On Rice Straw• PaperAnd Board From Straw• Paper & Paper Products• Paper Envelopes• Paper Carry Bags• Paper Board Carton• Paper Cones For Loud Speakers• Paper FromAkra• Paper From Bagasse With Corrugated Board &

Boxes• Paper From Bamboo• PaperAnd Pulp• Paper Glasses For Beverages• Paper From Rice Husk & Wheat Husk• Paper From Tree Bark, Eucalyprus Wood• Paper Products• Paper Plant (White Writing & News Paper For

Pulp & Waste Paper)• Paper Plates, Paper Glass• Paper Cones & Tubes• Paper Plant With Dtp & Printing & Publishing

Unit• Paper Based Phenolic Sheet• Paper Waste Recycling (Paper Mill)• Paper Cup For Ice Cream• Paper Tubes Spiral Winding Composite

Container• Paper Lable For Beer Bottles• Particle Board & Block Board With Sanding &

Lamination Of Particle Board• Particle Board From Rice Husk• Pouch Filling & Making For Tomato Sauce• Pouch Making & Gravure Printing• Processing Of Paper For Feeding In Computer• Pulp From Bamboo & Wood• Paper Files• Playing Cards• Rosin SizingAgent (For Paper Plant)• Sand Paper• Sanitary Napkins• Silicon Coated Paper• Stencil Paper• Straw BoardAnd Grey Board• Straw Board & Mill Board• Straw BoardAnd Paper Board• Tissue Paper Facial• Tissue Moist Toiletery Cleansing Tissue And

Related Products

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PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR SELECTION OF A GOOD INDUSTRY

• Tissue Paper Rolls• Tetra Pack For Milk Packaging, Ghee & Other

Liquids• Toilet Paper Rolls• Toilet Paper & Napkins• Wax Coated Printed Paper• Wet Face Freshner Tissue• White Writing & Printing Paper• Writing & Printing Paper (Paper Mills)

• Abs Granules FromAbs Scraps• Acrylic Beads• Acrylic Copolymer Emulsion• Acrylic Latex• Acrylic Sheet• Acrylic Sheet & Moulded Products• Acrylic Teeth• Air Bubble Packaging Film• Audio Cassettes Parts By Injection Moulding• Audio CassettesAssemblyAnd Recording• Auto Tubes• Auto Flaps For Trucks & Buses• Auto Tyre & Tubes• Baby Bottles (Plastic) With White silicon Rubber

Nipples• B.O.P.P. Film• B.O.P.P. Pressure Sensitive SelfAdhesive Tape• Baby Nipple (Silicon)• Baby Nipple (Big Size)• Ball Pen Manufacturing (Automatic Plant)• Bath Tub (Acrylic)• Balloon PlasticAdvertising• Blister Film PVC• Blister Packaging & Pouch Packaging• Blow Moulding Plastic Container• Coating On Metalized Polyester Film/Metallized

Paper/Aluminium Foil• Coating On Plastic (Electrolysis) & Glass• Co-Extruded Multilayer (5-Layer) Film with

Printing• Coir Foam (Rubberised)• Colour Coating On Plastics• Colour Master Batches For Various Plastics• Crumb Rubber• Cycle TyresAnd Tubes• Discount/Credit Card• Disposable Plastic Cups Glasses, Etc.• Disposable Plastic Syringes & Needles• Disposable Plastic Syringes• Disposable Plastic Razor• Dough Moulding Compound (D.M.C)• Egg Trays From Plastic• Epoxy Resin• Expanded Polyestrene Moulding (Thermocole)• Fibre Glass Sheet

PLASTIC, B.O.P.P. ACRYLIC,

DISPOSABLE PLASTIC PRODUCTS,

PET PRODUCTS, P.V.C. H.D.P.E.

P.P. L.D.P.E. P.U. A.B.S.

THERMOFOARMING, MASTER

BATCHES & POLYMER AND

RUBBER PRODUCTS, TYRE,

TUBE, ADHESIVE,

SHEET, COIR & MANY OTHERS

• F.R.PAuto, Scooter Roofs & Ceilings• FRP PipesAnd Products• F.R.P Products (Helmet, Washbasin Sheets,

Roofing Sheets)• Fibre Reinforced Plastic (High Pressure

Moulding With SMC BMCAnd DMC)• Field Rubber Converted To The 60% Latex

Rubber• Flexible P.U. Foam• Formaldehyde Crockery & Other Items• Formaldehyde Resin (Urea, Phenol, Melamine)• Gasket Sheet• Gum Bottle (PVC)• Glass Beads• Helmet• HDPE Coated Paper Sack• H.D.P.E. Bags• H.D.P.E. Containers (Blow Moulding)• H.D.P.E. Container, Poly Jars By Injection

Moulding (Food Grade)• Hdpe Fishing Net• H.D.P.E. Jerry Cans• Hdpe Manufacturing From EthylAlcohol• H.D.P.E PipeAnd Fittings• H.D.P.E. Pipes• H.D.P.E Printed Bags• H.D.P.E TwinesAnd Ropes• H.D.P.E. & L.D.P.E PipesAnd Fittings• H.D.P.E/Pp Box Strapping• H.D.P.E/Pp Woven Sacks Using Plain Looms• Hologram Stickers-3d• H.M Bag Plant With Printing Unit• Hawai Chappals (Rubber)• I.V Plastic Bottle• Ice Cream Cup (Plastic)• Injection MouldedAuto Components• Injection & Blow Moulded Plastic Products• Injection Moulded Plastic Products• Integerated Complex Ester’s & Allied Products

(D.O.P,D.B.P, & Ethyl Acetate, Buytl Acetate,Wire Enamels, Jelly Cable Compound)

• L.D.P.E. (Low Density Poly Ethylene) GranulesFrom Virgin (L.D.P.E. Resin)

• Integerated Surgical Rubber Goods Industry• Injection Moulded Plastic Balls• L.D.P.E From EthylAlcohol• Ldpe Moulded Products• Lamination Ofcoextrusion Multilayer Film In Roll

Form• Latex Rubber• Latex Rubber Condom• Master Batches (Coloured, P.V.C, L.D.P.E,

H.D.P.E, Etc.)• Melamine Formalhyde Resin• Melamaine Crockery• Moulded Luggage• Multi-Layer (3 Layer Bags)• Multi-Layer (3 Layer) Film With Lamination &

Printing• Nylon Net For Giving Shade To Tea Plant In

Nursery• Oil Seal• Pet Bottle/Containers• Pet BottlesAnd Caps• Pet Bottles From Pre Form• Pet Bottle & Mineral Water• Pet Granules (Dana)• Pet Pre-Form From Pet Resin• Pet Pre-Form Cum Pet Bottles• Pet Pre-Form Pet Bottles Cum Mineral Waters• Plastic Crayon• Poly Carbonate Resin• Ptfe Components• Polythene Shopping Bags• Pu/Pvc Sole For Sport Shoe By Imported M/C.• Pvc Battery Separator• P.V.C Compounds (Fresh)

• P.V.C Compounds (Scrap)• P.V.C Electrical Insulating Tape• P.V.C. Extrusion Profiles• Pvc Film• P.V.C Fittings• P.V.C Flexible Fusible Powder Heat Fusible

Powder• PVC Footwear• P.V.C Granules (For Insulation & Sheets

Grades)• P.V.C Granules From Pvc Scraps (With Pollution

Control)• P.V.C Hoses• P.V.C Leather Cloth• P.V.C Flexible Pipes• P.V.C PipesAnd Fittings• Polythene Bags (Printed)• Pvc Plastics Film Sheet Soft/Rigid• PVC ResinAnd Compound• PVC Rular• PVC Stablizers (Single Pack System)• PVC WireAnd Cables• Paper Based Phenolic Sheet For Electrical• Phenol Formaldehyde Resin• Phenolic Resin• Plastic Beads From Plastic Scraps• Plastic Buttons• Plastic Cans• Plastic Collapsible Tube• Plastic Corrugated Sheet & Boxes• Plastic Film And Sheets With Printing Flexo &

Roto/LDPE/HDPE/PP/HM/PVC• Plastic Filter Masterbatch & Other Master

Batches For Various Plastics• Plastic Doors (Sintex Type)• Plastic Jerry Cans• Plastic Granules Or Powder From Plastic Scrap• Plastic Injection Moulded T.V. Cabinets• Plastic Items Manufacture From Powder

Melamine• Plastic Goods• Plastic Pipes & Tarpaulins• Plastic Sheet From Scrap• Plastic Plant (Blow Moulding & Injection

Moulding)• Plastic Products (Gold, Silver, Nickel)• Plastic Toys• Polyester Beading• Polyester Film• Polythene Bags &Automatic Printing• Polythene Printed Bags• Polyurethane FoamAnd Its Products• Propylene Film (Printed) & Bag Manufacturing• Plastic Mats• PVC WireAnd Cable• PVC PipeAnd Fitting• Polythene Shopping Bags• PVC Profiles (Door and Windows)• Resin Coated Sand• Rexine• Rexine Cloth &Allied Products• RubberAdhesive• RubberAuto Parts• Rubber Belting• Rubber Powder• Rubber (And Metal Bonded)Auto Parts• Rubber Moulding Unit Including Lining Rubber

Sheeting• Rubber Reclaiming• Rubber Rollers For Textile Mills & Paper

Industries• Rubber & Plastic Sheets, Mats & Flaps• Rubber SheetAndAllied Hospital Rubber Goods• Rubberized Pvc Gasket• Rubberised Coir• Rubber Compound ForAutomobiles• Safety Belts• SilverAnd Gold Plating On PvcAnd Nylon-6

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PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR SELECTION OF A GOOD INDUSTRY

• Amusem*nt Park• Aided School• Amusem*nt Park Cum Water Park• Banquet Hall• B.EdAnd Law College• Business Process Outsourcing (Bpo)• Call Center (Domestic)• Call Center (International)• Children Recreation Centre• Cold Storage• Community Hall• Community Centre• Computer Education Institute• Computer Software• College• Club• Cyber Café• Data Processing Centre• Dental Clinic• Dental College• Diagonostic Centre• E-Commerce/Business• E-School (Rs. 10,000/-)• Engineering College• Entertainment Club• Entertainment Club, Holiday Resort, 4 Star

Hotel, Amusem*nt Park Cum Water Park,Mushroom & Its Products, Fish Farming, LakeFor Boating, Deer Park

• Fashion Technology Institute• Fast Food Parlour• Five Star Hotel• Food Parlour• Franchise Training Programme For Iit &

Engineering Entrance Exams.• Golf Course• Health Club, Beauty Parlour• Health ClubAnd Fitness Center• Health Resorts• Holiday Resorts• Holiday Resort Cum Entertainment Club With 4

Star Hotel• Hospitals• Hospital Cum Research Centre• Hospital (400 Beds)• Ice Cream Parlour• Internet Service Provider (I.S.P.)• I.T. Park (Infotech Park)• Maternity Nursing Home• Medical College• Medical College, Hospital & Research Institute• Medical Transcription Centre• Mental Retardation Hospital & Cerebral Palsy• Motel/Small Hotel• Multistorey Commercial Complex• Multistorey Residential Complex• Multiplex Cum Entertainment Centre• Nursery School• Nursing School/College• Nature Care Centre• Nursing Home• OldAge Home• Online Shopping Mall (Rs. 10,000/- Report)• Portal

INFOTECH/IT, HOSPITALITY,HOSPITAL, COLLEGE, SCHOOL,MEDICAL, ENTERTAINMENT,

CLUB, WARE HOUSING& REAL ESTATE PROJECTS.

• Pre-Fabricated Building• Prenursery School• Rehabilitation Centre For Aged & Needy

Persons• Residential Cum Commercial Complex• Restaurant• Restaurant With Pub• Senior Secondary School• Special Economic Zone (Sez)/Industrial Park• School (Primary)• School (Higher Secondary)• School With Hostel• School Of Nursing• Three Star Hotel• Township• Tourist Club• Training Institute For Medical Transcription• Video Film Studio• Vetenary College With Hospital• Ware House• Website Design & E-Mail Registering

• Alcohol From Potatoes• Dextrose Powder From Potatoes• Frozen Finger Chips• I M F L (Whisky) From Potatoes• Liquid Glucose From Potato• Potato Chips/Waffers• Potato Powder (Automatic Plant)• Potato Starch• Potato Chips (Automatic Plant)• PotatoAnd Onion Flakes• Potable Beer (Alcoholic) Based On Potato &

Barley/Malt• Potato Powder• Sago Seeds (Saboo Dana)• Vodka From Potatoes

POTATO AND POTATOBASED PRODUCTS

• Coal Briquettes FromAgrowaste• Furfuralfrom Ricehull• Mushroom Cultivation & Processing (Button)• Mushroom Growing & Processing With Air

Conditioning• Mushroom Cultivation & Processing Unit

Dehydration & Packaging Of Oyster & PaddyStraw Mushrooms

• Organic Manure• Papaya Cultivation• Papaya & Tomato Cultivation• Processing & Utilisation Of Coconut• Processing Of Sheep Hair To Produce Wool• White Oats

AGRO BASED INDUSTRIES

• Agrolactor Soya Milk• Automatic Biscuit Naking Plant• Automatic Bread Making Plant• Apple Fruit Juice With Canning Bottling• Ayurvedic Sharbat• Bakery Unit (Pastries, Bread, Buns, Cake, Toffee

Etc.)• Baking Powder• Banana & Its By Products• Banana Powder• Banana Wafers

BAKERY, CONFECTIONERY& FOOD PRODUCTS

• Banana Cultivation• Beer Industry• Dehulling Of Jaun For Beer• Beer & Wine• Beer,Alcohol, Imfl• Besen Plant• Biscuit Plant• Bread & Biscuit Plant• Bottling Plant (Country Liquor) From Rectified

Spirit• Bottling Plant (ImflAnd Country Liquor)• Brandy• Bread Rusks• Buffalo Meat/Frozen Meat With Slaughter House• Canned Fruits & Vegetables• Canning & Preservation Of Meat• Canning & Preservation Of Vegetables• Canning Of Mango Pulp & Mango Slices• Carbonated Beverags• Cashew Feni• Cashew Nut (Dried & Fried)• Cashew Nut Shell LiquidAnd Kernel• Cattle Breeding• Cattle Breeding & Dairy Farm To Produce Milk• Cattle Feed From Tapioca• Chewing Ginger &Amloki• Chewing Gum• Chilli Sauce• Chilli Powder• Chicken Processing With Slaughter House• Chocolate• Cider Plant• Cocoa Powder• Cocoa Butter & Cocoa Powder• Coconut Shell Powder• Coconut Water• Coconut Sweet (Watery)• Coconut Milk Powder (Dehydrated)• Coconut Products & By Products (Integrated

Plant)• Cold Drink• Curry Powder• Dairy For Milk Processing (Ghee, Butter &

Paneer)• Dairy Products• Dairy Products Milk Packaging In Pouch (Ghee,

Butter, Etc.• Dairy Farm To Prduce Milk With Packaging

(Cow)• Dairy Farm To Prduce Milk With Packaging

(Bufalloe)• Dairy Farm & Milk Products• Dal Moth, Chanachur & Bhujiya• Dall Mill (Pulse)• Dehydration Of Fruits & Vegetable• Dehydration Of Fruits And Vegetables By

Vacuum Drying Method• Desiccated Coconut Powder From Coconuts• Dehydration & Canning Of Fruits & Vegetables• Dry Fruit Roasting & Packaging• Drying Of Red Chillies, Haldi, Dhaniya, Peas &

Ground Nut• Dry Ginger (Ginger Powder)• Egg Powder• Fish Canning In Tin & Pouches• Fish Dehyration (Drying Of Fish)• Fish Meal• Fish Processing (Beast Freezing Processes)• Flavours For Food Industries• Flour Mill (Roller)• Frozen Meat• Food Dehydration (Fruits & Vegetables)• Fried & Roasted Ground Nut, Grams, Pear Etc.• Fruit Juice Making & Packaging In Plastic

Container• Fruit Juice In Tetra Pack (Drinks)• Fruit Juice, Squashes, Sauce & Ketchup, Jam,

Jelly, Vinegar Etc.

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LIST OF ALL THEAVAILABLE FOLLOWING PROJECT REPORTS

PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR SELECTION OF A GOOD INDUSTRY

• Silicone Rubber Nipples/ Teats• Smart Card• Spectacle Frames (Plastic)• Spunge Rubber• Surgical Examination Gloves• Synthetic Pearl Coating On Polystyrene Beads• Synthetic RubberAdhesive• Teflon Manufacturing• Teflon Tape• Teflon Tapes & Cables• Thermocole Sheet And Moulded Products

Expanded Polyesterene Extrusion Profiles• Thermoformed Packaging (Blister Packaging &

Pouch Packaging)• Thermoplastic Polyurethane• Thermoformed Cups, Plates & Glass With Hips

Sheet• Thermocole• Thermocole Based Disposable Glass, Cups &

Plates• Tooth Brushes• Toy Balloon, Decora Tive & Industrial Balloons• Tread Rubber• Tyre Retreading (Hot)• Tyre Retreading By Cold Process• Tyre Tubes & Flaps• Tyre & Tubes• Unsaturated Polyester Resin• Unsaturated Polyester For Rexine• V-BeltAnd Fan Belt• VinylAsbestosAnd Pvc Wall Paper• Viton (Fluoro Elastomer)

• Acid Slurry, Synthetic Detergent Powder• Acid Slurry• Agarbatti Synthetic, Perfumery Compound+• Aromatic Perfumery Compound• After Shave Lotion• Antiseptic Cream• Bath Soap (Various Types)• Beta Ionone• Bleaching Powder• Blue Detergent Powder• Cleaning Powder (Vimtype)• Cold Cream• Coloured Flame & Perfumed Candles (Red,

Blue, Green Flame)• Cosmetic Industry (Modern)• Cosmetic Industry (Shampoo, Spray Perfume,

Talcum Powder• Detergent Powder (Ariel Type)• Detergent Powder (Nirma Type) Fully Automatic

Plant• Detergent Washing Powder• Detergent CakeAnd Powder• Fairness Cream• Fish Oil Soap• Glycerine Transparent Soap• Hair Removing Cream• Herbal Cosmetics• Herbal Shampo & Cream• Herbal/Ayurvedic Cosmetics• Incense Powder,Incense Sticks & Incense

Cake• Nerol Soap• Oil Soap• Optical Whiteners• Rose Oil Extraction• Shampoos (Coconut Oil Based Cold Process)• Shaving Cream• Sindur (Kumkum)

SOAP, DETERGENTS,COSMETICS & PERFUMES

• Soap Coated Paper• Spray Dried Detergent Powder• Stain Remover• Synthetic Detergent (Blue Powder)• Toilet SoapAnd Glycerine Soap• Toilet Soap From Soap Noodles• Talcum Powder (Face & Toilet Powder)• ToiletAnd Herbal Soap• Tooth Paste & Powder• Washing Detergent PowderAnd Washing Soap• Washing Powder Liquid Detergents,Lotion &

Shampoo

• Angora Rabbit Wool• Bed Sheet, Bed Cover, Sofa Cloth, Curtain Cloth

(Home Furnishing)• Buckram• Canvas Shoes, Jungle Boot, Boot Rubber

Knees & Boot Combat• Carpet From Cotton Waste• Ceramic Thread Guide• Cotton Buds/Swabs• Cotton From Waste Yarn• Cotton Rolls• Cotton Saree• Cotton Spiders For Loud Speakers• Denim Cloth• Denim Cloth (Integerated Unit With Bleaching,

DyeingAnd Printing)• Dispersent For Textile• Dyeing & Bleaching• Dyeing Of Hank Yarn• Emulsifier For Wool Batching Oil• Embroidery On Fabrics• Garment Dyeing, Washing & Stitching (Jeans,

Jackets, Skirts & Shirts)• Goves Knitting• Gunny Bags• Hdpe/Pp Woven Sacks• Hdpe Tarpaulins Using Plain Loom With

Lamination• Hdpe/Pp Woven Sacks Using Circular Looms• Hosiery Cloth (Cotton) Processing (Bleaching,

Dyeing, Finishing Of Cloth)• Hosiery Industry• Hosiery Mercerising• Hosiery Products Like Vest, Brief, T-Shirts &

Socks• Jacquard Fabrics• Jute Coir, Grass Rope/Sutli Making• Jute Felt• Jute Twines• Knitted Fabrics

TEXTILE INDUSTRIES,

READYMADE

GARMENTS,

COTTON, DYEING,

BLEACHING, CLOTH,

HOSIERY, POWER

LOOM, HAND LOOM,

WOOLLEN, SILK,

SOCKS, SURGICAL

COTTON &

MANY OTHERS

• Laminated Jute Bags• Lamination Of Hdpe Woven Cloth (Jute,Cotton,

Paper)• Nylon Yarn Crimping, DoublingAnd Bleaching• Pigment Binder For Textile Printing• Polyester Resin For Wire Enamel• Polyester Resin• Polyester Yarn From Waste Polyester Zip

Fasteners• Power Loom• Printing On Saree• Readymade Garments & Hosiery• Readymade Garments Merchandise• Readymade Garments & Covers• Readymade Garments & Embroidery Of Gowns,

Shirts, Blouses, T-Shirts Etc. (Only Ladies)• Readymade Salwar Suit• Ready Made Garments• Recovery Of Nylon From Nylon Waste• Rotary PrintingAnd Dyeing On Cotton, Synthetic

Textile• Sanitary Napkins• Screen Printing On Cotton Cloth• Sewing Thread Reels & Balls Making Industries• Screen Printing On Cotton, Polyester & Acrylic• Shawls (Woollen)• Shoe Laces• Silk Fabrics On Handloom• Socks Knitting• Spinning, Doubling Dyeing, Mercerising &

Bleaching Of Cotton Yarn• Spinning & Carding Of Wool Into Yarns• Starch Book Binding Cloth• Surat Jari• Surgical Cotton & Bandage• Synthetic Textile Industry (Suiting, Shirting,

Sarees) Terry Cloth• T-Shirts• Towels, Bed Sheet Covers• Terry Towel• Terry Fabrics Weaving Unit• TextileAuxilliaries & Chemicals• Textile Bleaching, Dyeing & Finishing & Printing

Of Cotton Fabrics• TextileAnd FinishingAgent• Textile (Hosiery)• Textile Mill• Textile Dyeing & Printing• Textile Printing (Job Work)• Textile Pigment Printing Binder• Towel (Terry)• Velvet Cloth By Flocking Process• Viscose Staple Fibre• Wadding Oil (100% ) For Wadding Of Cotton

Hosiery Cloth In The Dyeing Process• Weaving Of Dasuti Cloth With Printing, Dyeing,

Embroidery & Finishing• Washing Of Jeans & Other Garments• Worsted Woollen Yarn Cloth• Zari Glitter Salma Sitara Of Plastic Film

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LIST OF ALL THEAVAILABLE FOLLOWING PROJECT REPORTS

PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR SELECTION OF A GOOD INDUSTRY

• Garlic Flakes• Garlic Powder• Ghee & Butter• Ginger (Pulverised)• Ginger Glazing & Preservation• Ginger Storage• Ginger Processing• Ginger Oil & Ginger Dust• Ginger Powder (Dry) & Oleoresin• Grape Dehydration• Grape Cultivation• Grape Juice• Grape Wine• Groundnut Processing• Honey Processing & Packaging• Ice Cream & Ice Candy• Ice Cube• Invert Sugar• Idli Mix, Dosa Mix Sambhar Mix, Vada Mix,Gulab

Jamun Mix• Instant Coffee & Instant Tea• Instant Noodles• Instant Soups• Iodized Salt From Crude Salt• Jam Chutney Pickles & Squashes• Katha Manufacturing• Lecithin (Soya Based)• Lemon & Its Products• Macaroni Manufacturing• Macaroni, Spaghetti, Vermicelli & Noodles• Maize & Its By Products Malting Plant• Mango Pappad (Aam Pappad)• Mango Powder Ripe• Mango Powder• Mango Processing & Canning (Mango Pulp)• Meat Processing (Chicken Mutton)• Meat Processing (Buffalo)• Menthol Bold From Menthol Flakes• Milk Powder• Milk Powder & Ghee• Milk Powder, Ghee & Spices• Milk Preservation & Marketing To Whole Sellers• Milk Preservation & Marketing To Whole Sellers

(In Pouches)• Milk Toffee Manufactures• Mineral Water• Mineral Water In Pouches• Mini Flour MillAtta Maida, Suji & Wheat Bran• Mithai/Halwai (Sweet & Namkeen)• Mutton Processing• Pan Masala (Meetha, Sada, Zarda) Making &

Packing• Pan MasalaAnd Pouch Making• Paneer (Cheese)• Papad & Bariyan• Papad Plant• Pepsicola In Polytubes• Petha Packaging• Pickles• Piggery/Meat/Chicken Processing• PineApple Juice ManufacturingAnd Canning• Potato & Onion Powder• Potato & Onion Flakes• Potato Chips• Potato Granules• Pouch Filling For Saunf Supari Ilaichi Etc.• Preservation Of Raws Mango Juice• Processed Cheese & Marine Pdts.• Pulp From Tarmarind• Readymate Processed Food• Rice & Corn Flakes• Rice Basmati (Trading)• Rice Polishing & Packaging In Pouch• Roasted/Salted/Masala/Cashew Nuts Almonds

& Pea Nut• Roller Flour Mill• Vanaspati Unit

• Medical Transcription• Business Process Outsource (BPO)+• Data Processing Centre• E-Commerce• Cybercafe• Computer Software• Internet Service Provider (Isp)• I.T. Park• Computer Education Centre• Portal (Website Design)• Call Centre (Domestic)• Call Centre (International)

INFOTECH/IT PROJECTS

• Activated Carbon• Adhesive (Fevicol Type)• Agarbatti Perfume Compound• Air Conditioners• Aluminium Foil• Automatic Biscuit Plant• Acid Slurry• Aluminium Wire Drawing• After Shave Lotion• Ayurvedic Medicine• Aluminium Utensils• Auto Tube• Bakery Unit• B. Ed & Law College

• Beer Plant• BOPP Self Adhesive Tape• Brick• Buffaloe Meat• B.P.O.• Bread• Banana Powder• Cattle & Poultry Feed• Ceiling Fan• Call Centre• Candle• Castor Oil• Coconut Oil• Cold Drink• Computer Software• Confectionery• Corn Flake• Corrugated Box• Cyber Cafe• Chewing Tobacco• Calcium Carbonate• Coolant• Cigarette• Cosmetic• Cement• C.P. Bathroom Fitting• Chrome Plating• Copper Wire Drawing• Coated Paper• Carbon Paper• Cycle Tyre & Tube• Disposable Syringe• Dairy Products• Detergent Cake & Powder• Detergent Powder• Ethanol• Extraction Of Essential Oil• Emulsion Paint• Eucalyptus Oil

160 NEW EXPORTORIENTED UNITS & MOSTPROFITABLE PROJECTS

• Eva Inject• Exercise Note Book & Register• Egg Tray• Electric Switch Etc.• Foundry• Fiber Glass• Floriculture• Fruit Juice• Food Dehydration• Fish Farm• Food Procesing• Garlic Oil• Goat & Sheep Farm• Gold Electroplating• Gold Cyanide Powder• Ginger Oil• Ginger Process• Guar Gum• G.I. Wire• Handmade Paper• Herbal Cosmetic• Holiday Resorts• Hdpe/Pp Bag• Herbal Extracts• Ice Cream• Isp• Jam, Jelly, Chutney Etc.• Denim Cloth• Leather, Garments, Shoes & Chappals• Lube OilAnd Greases• LiquidAdhesive• LeatherAdhesive• Latex Condom• Mcb• Musical Bell• Mini Flour Mill• Mango Processing• Medicinal Plant Extracts• Medical Transcription• Menthol Crystal• Mineral Water• Mosquito Coil• Motel• Mushroom• Masala• Mustard Oil• Management Institute For Mba, Bba, Bca,

B.Com• N.C.Putty• Namkeen Industry• Nut, Bolt, RivetsAnd Washers• Oleoresin• Oil Seals• Paper Glass• Processed Cheese• Pan Masala• Paper Bag• Pappad• Pet Bottles• Pet Bottles From Pre-Form• Pickle, Muraba & Sauce• Plastic Toy• Plywood• Ply-Bamboo From Bamboo (BambooPanel/Boards/Floorings)• Potato Chips• Pouch• Poultry Farm• Paint• Paper Carry Bags• Plastic Injection Moulding• Plastic Tanks H.D.P.E• Plastic Mat• P.V.C. Pipe/Fittings• P.V.C. Film• Pressure Cooker• Potato Powder

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LIST OF ALL THEAVAILABLE FOLLOWING PROJECT REPORTS

PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR SELECTION OF A GOOD INDUSTRY

• Amla Plantation• Amla Plantation, Processing & Preservation• Bio Fertilisers• Coffee Plantation• Coconut Plantation• Dairy Farming• Eucalyptus Tree Plantation• Floriculture - Gladiolus• Goat Farming• Green House• Hybrid Seeds• Herbs Cultivation• Jatropha (Bio Diesel) Cultivation & Extraction• Mushrooms• Mushroom Growing And Processing With Air

Condition• Medicinal Plantations (Neem)• Nursery Farms• Organic Manure• Papaya & Tomato Cultivation• Papaya Cultivation• Poplar Plantation• Rubber Plantation• Strawberry Cultivation & Processing• Safed Musli Cultivation & Processing (Extract

& Powder)• Stevia Cultivation & Extraction• Sunflower Plantation• Sugar Cane Plantation• Teak Plantation• Turmeric Plantation• Tea Plantation• Vermi-Composting

PROFITABLE PLANTATION,CULTIVATION AND

FARMING PROJECTS

• Adhesive For Stickers• Adhesive For Corrugation Dry Powder & Paste• Adhesive Based On Polyure Thane• Adhesive Industries (Laminated, Favicol,

Sticker, Dda & Other Types OfAdhesives)• Adhesive For Corrugation (Dry Powder)• Alkyd Resins• Adhesive Manufacturing For Joining Hdpe

Pipes & Joints• Adhesive Based On VinylAcetate (Fevicol Type)• B.O.P.P SelfAdhesive Tapes• Cnsl Based Resin In Liquid & Powder Form• D.O.PAnd Other Plasticizers• Ester Gums (Food Grade)• Epoxy Resin• Guar Gum• Glue Stick• Latex Rubber BasedAdhesive• Leather BasedAdhesive• LiquidAdhesive For Corrugated Board & Boxes• Leather To Leather Adhesive (Latex Based

Adhesives)• Melamine Formaldehyde Powder• Office Paste• Paper Label For Beer Bottles• Polyester Resins• Phenol Formaldehyde Resin• Potato Starch

PROFITABLE GUMS,ADHESIVES &

RESINS PROJECTS

• PolyAmide Resin• Printing Gums (Guar Gum Based)• RubberAdhesive• Synthetic Adhesive For Decorative Laminates

Bonding• Starch & Dextrin BasedAdhesive• ThermosettingAdhesive• Urea Formaldehyde Resin• Urea Formaldehyde Moulding Powder• Unsaturated Polyester Resins• Water Based LatexAdhesives

• Caffeine From Tea Waste• Decaffineated Tea• Instant Tea And Coffee (Premixed With Sugar

And Milk)• Instant Tea From Black Tea• Tea Bags (Dip - Dip Types)• Tea Botique• Tea Packaging Industry• Tea Bags• Tea Packaging & Distribution• Tea Industry

TEA PLANTATION ANDPROCESSING BASED

INDUSTRIES

• Aluminium Powder• Aac &AcsrAluminium Conductors• Aluminium Silicate• Aluminium Utensil• Aluminium Wire Drawing• Aluminium Paint• Aluminium Ingots From Scrap• AluminiumAlloy & Ingots• Anodizing OfAluminium• Aluminium Chloride• Aluminium Channels• Aluminium Rolling Mill• Aluminium Bottles• Alumnium Foil Cutting & Roll Making• Aluminium End Caps• Aluminium DoorAnd Windows• Aluminium Collapsible Tubes• Aluminium Phosphide• Aluminium Ingots From Bauxite• Aluminium Caps• Aluminium Furniture & Hardware• Aluminium Beverage Cans• Aluminium Cans For Capacitors• Aluminium & Aluminium Alloys From Aluminium

Scraps To Make Utensils (Induction FurnaceMelted)

• Aluminium Hot & Cold Rolling Mill (AluminiumSheets & Circles)

• AnodicAluminium Labels• Aluminium Slugs & Circles• Alluminium Printing Plate For Offset Printing

Machine• Aluminium Foils• Aluminium WireAnd Rods• Brass andAluminium Hinges• HardAnodizing OnAluminium• Pilfer Proof Caps• PistonAssembly (AluminiumAlloy)• Pressure Die Casting (Aluminium)• Paper CoatedAluminium Wire• Pressure Cooker

ALUMINIUM AND ITSBASED INDUSTRIES

TERMSAND

CONDITIONSPrice of Rs. 15500/- for

Each

or Rs. 25000/- for

Payable inadvance through BankDraft/Cash in favour of

Delhi. Delivery by Regd.Post/Courier within 3-4

days.

MARKET SURVEYCUM DETAILED

TECHNO ECONOMICFEASIBILITY REPORT

EXHAUSTIVEDETAILED PROJECTREPORT

ENGINEERS INDIARESEARCH INSTITUTE,

4449, Nai Sarak, Main Road,Delhi-110006 (India)

Ph. : 9811437895, 9811151047, 91-11-23918117,23916431, 23947058, 45120361Email : [emailprotected],

[emailprotected] : www.eiriindia.org, www.eiri.in,

www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com

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Union Bank of India...

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HDFC Bank................

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