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HI-Tech Project Reports

Our service range includes a wide range of hi-tech project reports consultancy, solar power generation project report consultancy, radiator coolant project report consultancy, anti corrosion chemicals project report consultancy, chelated zinc (zn-edta) project report consultancy and colchicine and thiocolchicine project report consultancy.

HI-Tech Project Reports Consultancy

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Service LocationPan India
Service TypeHI-Tech Project Reports Consultancy
Service ModeOffline
Service Duration1-2 Week

Kat Industrial Consultant Pvt Ltd. had identified some HI-Tech Project Reports for the entrepreneurs and published a book on that projects which titled "Detailed Projects Profile on Selected Hi-Tech Projects". These HI-Tech Project Reports are Aluminum Beverages cans, Beer industry, Compact Disc, Lap Top computers, Optical fibre cables, plastic I. V. Bottles, Solar Power Plant, Telephone Cables and XLPE cables. All the above projects are based on latest technologies. Each project present with uses and application, market position, manufacturing process, flow diagram. Suppliers of machinery and raw material along with cost estimation. These hi-tech projects have bright market potential and demand would be increased. This book is very informative and useful for relevant entrepreneurs.
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Solar Power Generation Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity10.00 Nos / Day
Plant And Machi NeryRs 1.00 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs 8.46 Cr
Rate Of Return30 %

We can provide you Solar Power Generation Project Reports on the topics.
Solar Power Generation Project Reports cover all the aspects of business, from analysing the market, confirming availability of various necessities such as plant & machinery, raw materials to forecasting the financial requirements. The scope of the report includes assessing market potential, negotiating with collaborators, investment decision making, corporate diversification planning etc. in a very planned manner by formulating detailed manufacturing techniques and forecasting financial aspects by estimating the cost of raw material, formulating the cash flow statement, projecting the balance sheet etc.

Battery-run rickshaws could be a low-emitter complementary transport for the low-income people, who suffer most from a lack of transport facility, if introduced in a systematic manner according to experts.
Electric rickshaws are most popular in Asia. The low cost Chinese version being the first to show up on streets. They are mostly used in China, India, Bangladesh and Nepal, also in low numbers other parts of Asia they have been showing up. China, Japan, India, and European countries (Switzerland, France, Germany) have researched and developed electric tricycles for commercial transport and are attempting to capture the growing market in Asia. Government has made efforts though to run them and made plans to issue licences on a fee of 1.5tk but there has been no action on this matter to date.
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Radiator Coolant Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity500 Ltr./Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 68 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 2.64 Cr.
Rate of Return30%

Engine Coolant is a mixture of various types of glycols  and highly formulates & researched various corrosive inhibitors.  De-mineralized water is mixed with the coolant as per suggestion and used in the engine-radiator cooling system to remove excess  heat of engine. 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. To protect against the heat, corrosion of aluminum and other metals  & scaling; coolant creates a special protective  film  on all  metals. Our this specially researched protective  film  have important  role  in the cooling system.  This  special  corrosion inhibitors  film technology is only researched and used by us  in India.
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Anti Corrosion Chemicals Project Report Consultancy

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Plant & MachineryRs. 1.22 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 3.92 Cr
Rate of Return29%
Plant CapacityAnti Corrosion Chemicals

Corrosion is a chemical process and causes the wastage as a chemical action is of two types, (a) Direct Chemical Corrosion (b) Electro-Chemical attack. Due to both types of reactions there is decrease in the free energy of the system. Direct chemical corrosion takes place  when a   metal is in contact with gases or moisture.  Electro-chemical attack  is  brought about when a metal is immersed in  a  liquid, there is a current set up in the system. The  current is  carried by  electrodes  of  the  corroding metal  and  the  ions  of  the solution.  The  current is carried by the metal ions  which  pass into solution or by ions in the solution which may or may not  be metal ion, depositing over the metal surface.

In  water  cooling  system,  poly  phosphate  nitrites,  and chromates  has been used, although in recent year the use of  the alter  has  been  discouraged even in closed system  because  of environmental  consideration.  The anti-freeze mixtuers  used  in automoblie  cooling systems present a difficult  problem  because of  the presence of metal like, iron, copper,  lead-tin  solders, aluminium, as well as rubber are in contact, encourages  galvanic corrosion.  The successful chemical are Borates,  PolyPhosphates, and mercapto benzothiazole (an organic inhibitors).

Other corrosion inhibitors are chromate with poly phosphates zinc or both, zinc with phosphonates or silicate, phosphonatemolybdate or lignin derivation, and polyphosphate with phosphonate or silicate.
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Chelated Zinc (Zn-edta) Project Report Consultancy

Chelated Zinc (Zn-edta) Project Report Consultancy
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Plant Capacity1.50 MT/Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 50.00 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 2.81 Cr
Rate of Return19%

Zinc EDTA is a derivative of Ethylene diamine Tetra acetic Acid. Ethylene diamine Tetra acetic Acid is a Sequestering / Chelating Agent. EDTA is a synthetic amino acid. It is widely known as EDTA. It is a white powder. EDTA Acid is insoluble in water. It is also named as Ethylene diamine Tetra acetate. It is widely used to dissolve Metallic Impurities. There are various Salts / Derivatives of EDTA.
EDTA is widely recognized as effective Sequestering Agent. EDTA grabs metallic cation such as Lead or Calcium from the process and forms a stable compound that is then excreted from the system. The stability of this bond is vital to get the success in removing the inorganic impurities out of the system. If the bond is weak, other chemicals can break this bond to form their own compounds.

Chelation is a special type of reaction in which a metal atom react with  compound containing donor atoms (Chelating agents) to form a complex compound. The type of bond in between the donor atom and the acceptor atom  (metal) is coordination bond.  The complex formed by such a bond is highly stable over a wide temperature range but are attacked by strong  oxidizing agents.
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Colchicine And Thiocolchicine Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity4.00 Kgs./day
Plant & MachineryRs.1.15 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs.6.09 Cr
Rate of Return25%

Colchicine is a medication most commonly used to treat gout. It is a toxic natural product and secondary metabolite, originally extracted from plants of the genus Colchicum (autumn crocus, Colchicum autumnale, also known as "meadow saffron").

Adverse effects are primarily gastrointestinal upset at high doses. In addition to gout, colchicine is used to treat familial Mediterranean fever, pericarditis, and Behçet's disease.
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Ferric Alum Project Report Consultancy

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Project Name50.00 Ton/day
Plant & MachineryRs. 4.17 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 18.00 Cr
Rate of Return38%

Aluminium sulfate (Al2(SO4)3), commonly called alum, is produced as white crystals which are non-combustible and soluble in water. This .dry. hydrate (Al2(SO4)3.14H2O) is 17% Al2O3 and is also sold as a 47% w/w aluminium sulfate solution which is 8% Al2O3. It is also sold in solid form as kibbled, ground or dust.

Alum are represented by the general formula R1/2 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 preparedy 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.
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Humic Acid Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity2 Ton/Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 6 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 1.70 Cr.
Rate of Return29%

Humic Acid is a bio-chemical which is a very complex  mixture of organic constitents which have their counterpart in biological tissue  of plants. It is a brown polymeric constituent  of  soils lignite and beat. It contains brownish-black pigment melanin and peat. Humic  Acid acts as a chelating agent a growth  stimulant and catalyst  and  buffer  against  harsh  conditions  in  the   soil affecting the plants. It  unlocks and chelates major and minor nutrients for  plant uptake.  In  the  absence of chelates in the  Soil,  Iron,  Zinc, Manganese,  Copper  and  Magnesium  are  converted  to  insoluble hydroxides.  It  keep  trace elements in  solution  available for growing  plants. It buffers high and low pH’s to  allow  nutrient uptake to less than optimum conditions. Humic Acid has the ability to resist a change in the hydrogen ion concentration. Thus buffering capacity ranges between 5.5 and 6.5. It contains wide variety of major and trace elements several amino acid and has pH of not less than 7.0.
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Hydrated Lime Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity5 Ton/Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 1.03 Cr.
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 5.88 Cr.
Rate of Return16%

Hydrated lime is a stable, dry, fine powder produced by the chemical  combination of quicklime with water. This is the most concentrated form of lime. Hydrated lime, apart from building industries, is also largely used in chemical industries as a cheapest alkali available. It is consumed in hundreds of solid liquid phase reactions. Hydrated lime requirements  definitely exceed the vast tonnage of quick lime required in dry, thermal processes  such  as  sintering, smelting, and fluxing etc. Hydrated lime is used for neutralization, coagulation, canticization, dehydration, hydrolyzation and absrption. It is also used as a flux in metallurgy, as a specified lubricant, as a bonding agent, as a filler, as a raw material and also in the manufacture of refractories. The present existing manufacturing capacity in the country for the manufacture of hydrated lime is not sufficient to meet  the  growing  demand of its dependent  chemical and other industries as also in building industry.  Raw materials, process equipments, and the  necessary  know-how involved in the manufacture of hydrated lime are available indigenously.
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Sodium Dichromate Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity200.00 Ton/day
Plant & MachineryRs. 682 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 7115 Lacs
Rate of Return41%

Chromium  was  discovered at the end of  18th  century,  was found  to  be  a  principal constituent  of  chromite,  the  sole commercial  source of chromium and its compounds. A  few  decades later  this ore was being subjected to oxidative roasting in  the presence  of  soda  and lime in  manually  operated  furnaces  to produce  water  soluble sodium di-chromate.  This  was  processed further  to yield yellow, red, and green chromium pigments  which were  used,  among  other  things,  for  dyeing  wallpaper;  they replaced  the toxic arsenic dyes that had been used  until  then. Chromium salts soon found their way into the textile industry  as mordants for the dyeing of wool.


Basic  chrome  chemicals are produced from chromite  ore  by reacting  an  alkali  lime and /or  after  diluents,  and  ground chromite  ore  in an oxidizing atmosphere at a  high  temperature (1000oC).   The chromate values  are  water-leached  from   the resulting   roast.  The chromate bleach is further  processed  to produce  various  chromium compounds and as sodium  chromote  and sodium bi-chromate which are the basic chemicals for most  chrome compunds.

Sodium dichromate-(Na2Cr2O7. 2H2O) also known as sodium  di chromate  or bi chromate of soda, is sold as crystalline  product and   as  a  solution  crystals  are  packaged  and  shipped   in multiwall,  moisture-resistant bags, in moisture resistant  fibre or   steel  drums  or  in  sparger  cars.  In  the  sparger   car system,crystalline  sodium  bi chromate is shipped dry  and  then unloaded by dissolving with water at the destination. This system provides  a  30% freight savings when compared  to  shipping  69% solution. Solution containing 69% Sodium bi chromate, which has a freezing point of 48oC (-59.4oC) is shipped in tank cars or tank trucks.
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Calcium Silicate Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity5.00 MT./day
Plant & MachineryRs. 77.50 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 5.74 Cr
Rate of Return70%

Calcium silicate (often referred to by its shortened trade name Cal-Sil or Calsil) is the chemical compound Ca2SiO4, also known as calcium orthosilicate and sometimes formulated 2CaO.SiO2. It is one of a group of compounds obtained by reacting calcium oxide and silica in various ratios e.g. 3CaO•SiO2, Ca3SiO5; 2CaO•SiO2, Ca2SiO4; 3CaO•2SiO2, Ca3Si2O7 and CaO•SiO2, CaSiO3. Calcium silicate is a white free-flowing powder derived from limestone and diatomaceous earth. It has a low bulk density and high physical water absorption. It is used in roads, insulation, bricks, roof tiles, table salt and occurs in cements, where it is known as belite (or in cement chemist notation C2S).

It is used as an anti-caking agent in food preparation and an antacid. It is approved by the United Nations' FAO and WHO bodies as a safe food additive in a large variety of products.
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Calcium Nitrate Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity10.00 MT/Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 79.75 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 3.53 Cr
Rate of Return70%

Calcium nitrate, sometimes called Norwegian saltpetre was the first synthetic  nitrogenous fertilizer to be put on  the market.  It has not, however, proved to be entirely  satisfactory for this purpose.  At the beginning of world war II, it accounted for about 8% of the nitrogen consumed in world's agriculture.  It is manufactured mainly in Europe.
 
Calcium  nitrate  is  generally known  as  lime  nitrate  or nitrocalcite  or lime salt peter or Norwegian salt peter.  It is available in two form one is in tetra hydrate form whose chemical formula  is Ca(NO3.4H2O. Another is simple calcium nitrate  whose chemical formula is Ca(NO3)2.
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Tannic Acid Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity120.00 Kgs./day
Plant & MachineryRs. 95.00 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 2.94 Cr
Rate of Return31%

Tannic Acid is white or yellowish astringent powder (molecular formula: C14H10O9) derived from nutgalls, or a lustrous yellowish to light brown amorphous, powdered, flaked, or spongy mass (molecular formula: C76H52O46) made from the bark and fruit of many plants.

Tannic acid, a specific commercial form of tannin, is a polyphenol. Its weak acidity (pKa around 6) is due to these phenol groups in the structure. … Tannic acid is a basic ingredient in the chemical staining of wood. The tannic acid or tannin is already present in woods like oak, walnut, and mahogany. Tannic acid can be applied to woods low in tannin so chemical stains that require tannin content will react.

Tannic acid is the most common mordant for cellulose fibers such as cotton. Tannin is often combined with alum and/or iron. The tannin mordant should be done first as metal mordents combine well with the fiber-tannin complex.
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Charcoal Briquettes Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity15 MT./Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 90 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 3.11 Cr.
Rate of Return21%

A briquette (or briquet) is a block of flammable matter used as fuel to start and maintain a fire. Common types of briquettes are charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes. Some briquettes are compressed and dried brown coal extruded into hard blocks. This is a common technique for low rank coals. They are typically dried to 12-18% moisture, and are primarily used in household and industry. In Ireland, peat briquettes are a common type of solid fuel, largely replacing sods of raw peat as a domestic fuel. These briquettes consist of shredded peat, compressed to form a virtually smokeless, slow-burning, easily stored and transported fuel. Although often used as the sole fuel for a fire, they are also used to quickly and easily light a coal fire. Biomass briquettes are made from agricultural waste and are a replacement for fossil fuels such as oil or coal, and can be used to heat boilers in manufacturing plants, and also have applications in developing countries. Biomass briquettes are a renewable source of energy and avoid adding fossil carbon to the atmosphere.
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Bituminous Emulsions Project Report Consultancy

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Plant & MachineryRs. 8.10 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 6.24 Cr
Rate of Return57%
Plant Capacity15.00 Ton/day

Bitumen  is  the general them applied to  any  block,  tarry substance  occuring in nature or produced by heat from  petroleum coal,  natural gas or certain other organic substances. the term `asphalt' refers   specifically to the black, solid or semi  solid bitumens  obtained  from  petroleum. Asphalts  occur  as  natural deposits or are obtained as a residue in the distillation of crude petroleum. This asphaltic residue is called pitch.

Natural deposits of asphalt were first used by ancient civilizations the waterproofing,  preservation  and   
cementing properties  of  asphalt  were well known,  and   asphalt  was  an important article of commerce in the earliest known  civilization that  developed in Mesopotania, Egypt and the Indus  valley with the  passing  of these early civilizations, the  use  of  asphalt tended  to diminsh. However often 1900, due to the discovery of large amounts of asphalt-base crude petroleum asphalt was obtained as a by-product of petroleum refining.
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Sorbitol From Glucose Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity15.00 MT./day
Plant & MachineryRs. 9.88 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 15.61 Cr
Rate of Return15%

Sorbitol, also known as glucitol, is a sugar alcohol with a sweet taste which the human body metabolizes slowly. It can be obtained by reduction of glucose, changing the aldehyde group to a hydroxyl group. Most sorbitol is made from corn syrup, but it is also found in apples, pears, peaches, and prunes. It is converted to fructose by sorbitol-6-phosphate 2-dehydrogenase. Sorbitol is an isomer of mannitol, another sugar alcohol; the two differ only in the orientation of the hydroxyl group on carbon 2. While similar, the two sugar alcohols have very different sources in nature, melting points, and uses.

Sorbitol a polyol (sugar alcohol) is a bulk sweetener found in numerous food products. In addition to providing sweetness, it is an excellent humectant and texturizing agent. Sorbitol is about 60 percent as sweet as sucrose with one-third fewer calories. It has a smooth mouthfeel with a sweet, cool and pleasant taste. It is non-cariogenic and may be useful to people with diabetes. Sorbitol has been safely used in processed foods for almost half a century. It is also used in other products, such as pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

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.
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Cellulose Acetate Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity168.33 Ton/Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 1.74 Cr
Rate of Return69%
Total Capital InvestmentRS. 86.32 Cr

The  first reported orgaic ester of cellulose was  cellulose acetate, prepared by schutzenberger (1865)  by heating cotton and acetic anhydride to about 180oC in a sealed tube until the cotton dissolved.  Franchiomont (1879) accomplished this reaction  at  a lower  temperature  with  the aid of H2S04  as  a  catalyst.  The product  in  both the cases was very nearly the  triester.  Miles (1903)  first  described partially hydrolyzed  (generally  called secondary)  cellulose acetate and distinguished it from  the  tri acetate by its solubility in acetone. The solubility of secondary acetate  in  a low cost and relatively non-toxi solvent  such  as acetone    contributed   greatly   to   the    development    and commercilisation of the material.

Acetate rayon in the early 1920's ensured cellulose  acetate at an economic price and in regular bulk supply and in 1924,  the name  rayon was established throughout the world as  the  generic term  of artificial silk. The establishment of the Rayon  industry made  the cellulose plastic an economic possibility. The  British Cellulose  and Chemical Manufacturing Co., established in  spondon became the British Celanese Co., and the name of celanese  became world  fames,  before  the 1930's were out, this  was  joined  by others which today are equally world famous such as East man  and Kodak,  Hercules  and courtaulds. In 1936, the  world  output  of Rayon passed te 1000 million lb mark.
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Nickel Sulphate Project Report Consultancy

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Plant & MachineryRs. 15.00 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 01.08 Cr
Rate of Return38%
Plant Capacity500.00 Kgs/day

Nickel is usually divalent in its compounds; it shows only a feeble tendency to assume univalent, trivalent and tetravalent states and such ions are not stable in aqueous solution. Compounds of divalent nickel closely resemble those of divalent cobalt. Many nickel compounds are prepared from the oxide, hydroxide, or carbonate. They are yellow in the anhydrous form and green when hydrated or in solution. Nickel compounds are used manly in the production of nickel catalysts, electroplating, enamels and storage batteries. Nickel compounds are produced in India on a commercial scale by a few firms located in Mumbai, Punjab and West Bengal. As no workable deposits of nickel have so far been located in the country, nickel pellet (Ni, 99-100%) are imported for use as starting material. Nickel scrap and ickel anode waste are also used to some extent.

Nickel sulphate (electrolytic grade) is produced by the reaction of sulphuric acid on nickel scrap, Nickel pellets. 'Anode mud' from vanaspati/vegetable factory may also be treated with sulphuric acid and treated further to get pure Nickel sulphate.

The principal use for nickel sulphate is as an electrolyte for the metal finishing application of nickel electroplating. Nickel sulphate also is used as the electrolyte for the nickel electro-refining.
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Rubber Powder Project Report Consultancy

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Capacity4416 Ton/Month
Plant & MachineryUSUSD 7.51 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentUSUSD 41.82 Lacs
Rate of Return43%

By the application of heat and chemical agents followed  by intense mechanical working to ground vulcanized scrap or worn out rubber  tires,  tubes and waste rubber  articles,  a  substantial regeneration  on  devulcanisation of the rubber compound  to  its original  plastic state is effected, thus permitting the  product to be compounded, processed and revulcanised.  There are several types  of  rubber  powder made in different ways.   They  may  be lightly  vulcanized  and may contain  appreciable  quantities  of anti-agglomerating  agents  to prevent massing on  storage.   The trend now-a-days is towards automation in production of  rubber goods  during handling, mixing and processing.  The powder forms of  rubber is very easy to be handled.  The advantages of  powder processing  have  been  recognized  and  include  (a)  rapid  and inexpensive  mixing  ;  (b)  flexibility  in  compounding. Powder handling  equipments  are used in plastics industry  also;  hence those  equipments  can be utilised for  compounding  of  powdered rubber  before actual processing ; thus integration  of  the  two industries can be done without much extra capital outlay.
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Activated Carbon Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity14.00 MT./day
Plant & MachineryRs. 2.50 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 8.63 Cr
Rate of Return30%

Carbon is probably the most widely distributed element in nature. It occurs in two allotropic crystalline forms viz. graphite (hexagonal system) and diamond (isomeric system), the former is soft and black while diamond is hard and transparent. Charcoal, coke and carbon black, classified as emorphous carbon; are considered by some to represent a third allotropic form. They are said to be composed of very minute crystals of graphite by others. Carbon is an essential constituent of all vegetable and animal matter in which it occurs in combination with hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and other elements in immense variety of compounds. In combination with hydrogen it occurs as hydrocarbons in petroleum.  It is also found in carbon dioxide in air (0.03% as sodium bicarbonate in sea water, and as calcium and magnesium carbonate in sedimentary rocks such as chalk and dolomite.
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Rice Husk Project Report Consultancy

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Plant Capacity1.00 TON/day
Plant & MachineryRs. 12.60 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 67.43 Lacs
Rate of Return51%

Rice husks are the hard protecting covering of grains of rice. Rice hulls are the coating for the seeds, or grains, of the rice plant. To protect the seed during the growing season, the hull forms from hard materials, including opaline silica and lignin.

One practice, started in the seventeenth century, to separate the rice from hulls, it to put the whole rice into a pan and throw it into the air while the wind blows. The hulls are blown away while the rice fell back into the pan. This happens because the hull isn't nearly as dense as the rice. These steps are known as winnowing. Later pestles and a simple machine called a rice pounder were developed to remove hulls. In 1885 the modern rice hulling machine was invented in Brazil. During the milling processes, the hulls are removed from the raw grain to reveal whole brown rice, which may then sometimes be milled further to remove the bran layer, resulting in white rice. Rice husk is a by-product of the rice milling industry. It is a unique crop residue with uniform size and high content of ash (14–25%). The silica content of the rice husk ash (RHA) can be as high as 90–98% .

This husk can be used as a fertilizer in agriculture or as an additive for cement and concrete fabrication. Due to its high silicon content, rice husk has become a source for preparation of elementary silicon and a number of silicon compounds especially silica silicon carbide and silicon nitride . India is a major producer of rice and finding ways to put the husk to use is imminent. The high silica content in the rice husk ash has attracted interest in discovering ways to use it commercially. Although silica occurs as a component of cells or cell walls in virtually all arial parts of the rice plant, it is most abundant in the husk. Owing to their small diameter, many technological applications, such as thermal insulators, composite fillers, etc., use ultrafine silica powders .We have investigated the possibility of producing high purity silicon from rice husk by purifying the rice husk silica followed by pelletizing and reduction in a modified electric arc furnace.
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Rubber Powder From Waste Tyres Project Report Consultancy

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Plant & MachineryRs. 1.95 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 6.55 Cr
Rate of Return97%

By  the application of heat and chemical agents followed  by intense mechanical working to ground vulcanized scrap or worn out rubber  tires,  tubes and waste rubber  articles,  a  substantial regeneration  on  devulcanisation of the rubber compound  to  its original  plastic state is effected, thus permitting the  product to be compounded, processed and revulcanised.  There are  several types  of  rubber  powder made in different ways.   They  may  be lightly  vulcanized  and may contain  appreciable  quantities  of anti-agglomerating  agents  to prevent massing on  storage.   The trend  now-a-days is towards automation in production  of  rubber goods  during handling, mixing and processing.  The powder  forms of  rubber is very easy to be handled.  The advantages of  powder processing  have  been  recognized  and  include  (a)  rapid  and inexpensive  mixing  ;  (b)  flexibility  in  compounding. Powder handling  equipments  are used in plastics industry  also;  hence those  equipments  can be utilised for  compounding  of  powdered rubber  before actual processing ; thus integration  of  the  two industries can be done without much extra capital outlay.
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Fused Silica From Silica Sand Project Report Consultancy

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Total Capital InvestmentRs. 1.27 Cr
Rate of Return24%

Fused silica  is a high purity silicon  dioxide  is  either transparent  or  translucent. The nontransparent  fused  material contains a large number of microscopic bubbler that create a milky appearance causes  by  the scattering of light.  This material is sometimes  called as a translucent fused silica. Fused silica  is available  in a number of grade for different  application. Fused silica is used for window, lenses prism and other application.

Fused  silica  should apply to any foam  of  vitreous  silica manufactured by fusion, however it has been used by some to denote all vitreous silica  not  produced  by quartz fusion and by other for only the translucent vitreous silica.

Method  for the manufacture of translucent fused silica by fusion of sand surrounding a graphite rod  through which a current is passed and subsequent manipulation of the hot plastic material were patented around the turn of century.
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Polyol Used In Polyurethanes Project Report Consultancy

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Total Capital InvestmentRs 21.12 Cr
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In polymer chemistry, polyols are compounds with multiple hydroxyl functional groups available for organic reactions. A molecule with two hydroxyl groups is a diol, one with three is a triol, one with four is a tetrol and so on. Monomeric polyols such as glycerin, pentaerythritol, ethylene glycol and sucrose often serve as the starting point for polymeric polyols. These materials are often referred to as the "initiators" and reacted with propylene oxide or ethylene oxide to produce polymeric polyols. However, they should not be confused with free radical "initiators" used to promote other polymerization reactions. The functional group used as the starting point for a polymeric polyol need not be a hydroxyl group; there are a number of important polyols which are built up from amines. A primary amino group (-NH2) often functions as the starting point for two polymeric chains, especially in the case of polyether polyols.
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Copper Powder By Electrolytic Process Project Report Consultancy

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Copper Powder is the basic raw material for many of the sintered products. These products find their uses in aircrafts, space crafts, parts for guns, porous metal bearings, filter gas diffusers, welding rods, bimetallic strips and electrical parts. The usage of copper powder has increased manifold by virtue of its  physical  properties, long life high scrap  value  and  wide range  of uses. Next to iron and steel, it is widely used in the market.
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Phosphoric Acid (Purification) From Spent Acid Project Report Consultancy

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Rate of Return197%
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Phosphoric acid is an important intermediate chemical product. It is used mainly by the fertilizer industry. In 1980 the world wide production capacity for phosphoric acid yielded about 33 million tons of P2O5 equivalents.Pure 100% phosphoric acid is a white crystalline solid (monoclinic) that melts at 38.85oC to a syrupy liquid which has a strong tendency to super cool.

In dilute solutions, phosphoric acid has a pleasingly sour taste which is similar to but distinguishable from that citric, tartaric, lactic and acetic acids Rock phosphate is the major and essential raw material required for production as phosphoric acid by any route. Usually, when considering a phosphate rock as a potential raw material, the first approach is to analyze its chemical composition, i.e. the P2O5 content and its impurities.
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Calcium Chloride Using Lime Stone And Hydrochloric Acid Project Report Consultancy

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Calcium  chloride  is widely distributed in nature,  but  in small concentration, as a constituent of saline matter  dissolved in  sea, spring, river and lake, waters. Deposits  of  tachydrite calcium chloride do not occur in India. Calcium  chloride  is a compound of  calcium  and  chlorine, widely  used in industry as an addition in drinking water,  anti-dust  treatment  of roads, sports ground, tennis  courts,  tiding trades, public squares, building yard, road stabilization etc.

It  can be prepared by the reaction with  Hydrochloric  acid and  lime  stone, saline water with lime stone by  reaction  with hydrated lime and chlorine etc.

Large  quantities  of calcium chloride are  present in the distiller waste  of  the  ammonia soda process for soda and manufacture for  every ton of soda ash produced,  one  ton  of calcium  chloride  is  obtained.  The composition  of  the  waste liquor varies according to the quality of brine and  lime  stone used,  the volume of feed liquor to be distilled per ton of  ash, the percentage decomposition in the towers, and the strength  of milk  of  lime  employed. Normally, 10-12  cum  of  waste  liquor containing  85-95 g/litre. of calcium chloride are obtained per ton of soda ash.
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Rectified Spirit And Ethanol From Molasses Project Report Consultancy

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Plant & MachineryRs 16.00 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs.33.96 Cr
Rate of Return26.%

Commonly called alcohol has been described as one  of  the most exotic oxygen containing organic chemicals known because  of its unique  properties as solvent, beverage, combustible liquid, germicide and as building  block or chemical intermediate for  a host of organic chemicals. As a beverage it has been produced and utilized  unknowingly as early as 4000 years ago by  Pharaohs  in gypt.

In India ethyl alcohol has been conventionally and economically produced  by fermentation of a byproduct  of  sugar industry  i.e. molasses.  Although ethyl  alcohol  can  also  be produced   from  other  carbohydrate  containing  materials   by fermentation such  as sugar, cassava (tapioca), rice, wheat, barley and  other  grains,  the economics led  to  its  production  from molasses,  because  of its easy availability at a  low  price.  A flourishing distillery industry grew for production of  both potable and industrial alcohol from molasses.
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Alcohol Based Deodorant Manufacturing Project Report Consultancy

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Rate of Return67.%

Deodorant perfume spray is a innovated concept and is used =o remove bad odour from the body and is mild in perfumery nodes and sometimes it called aerosol deodorant body spray.  The product is easily spreadable over the surrounding and volatile in nature.

Deodorant perfume spray is now very familiar and appreciable by people at large due to easy accessibility and bactericide  in nature.
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