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Project Reportsare based on desk survey. They provide the pre-investment information required for promoters. Before setting up the project, it is necessary to assess the market potential for the goods proposed to be manufactured. These reports answer the most frequently asked questions on all the aspects of a new project.

Each Project Report contains the following details as under:

  • Introduction
  • Properties
  • Uses & Application
  • B.I.S. Specifications
  • Market Survey
  • Present Manufacturers
  • Raw Materials
  • Formulations
  • Manufacturing Process
  • Process Flow Diagram
  • Details of Plant & Machinery
  • Suppliers of Raw Materials
  • Suppliers of Plant & Machinery
  • Plant Economics
  • Land and Building Costs
  • Plant and Machinery Costs
  • Other Fixed Assets
  • Fixed Capital Investment
  • Raw Material Costs
  • Salaries and Wages
  • Utilities and Overheads
  • Total Working Capital
  • Cost of Project
  • Total Capital Investment
  • Cost of Production
  • Turnover per Annum
  • Profitability Analysis
  • 5-year Profit Analysis
  • Break-even Point
  • Resources of Finance
  • Interest Installment Chart
  • Depreciation Chart
  • Cash Flow Statement
  • Projected Balance Sheet
Whole Spice Cleaning, Grading, Colour Sorting & Packing Project Report Consultancy

Whole Spice Cleaning, Grading, Colour Sorting & Packing Project Report Consultancy

Rs 6,900  / UnitGet Best Price
Plant Capacity3.33 Tons/day
Plant & MachineryRs. 84.00 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 13.99 Cr
Rate of Return18%
Spices  which are basically plant products, have a definite role  to play in enhancing the taste flavour, relish or  piquancy of  any  food,  most  of the spices  are  pagrant,  aromatic  and pangent.   They comprise seeds, bartes, rhizome,  leaves  fruits and other parts of plants, which belong to varigated species  and genera  since time immorial, India in renamed to be the  have  of spices. Most important spices like black pepper (king of spices) cardamom  (queen of spices) cardamom (queen of  spices),  ginger, chilies  and  turmeric, which are produced in  India  import  it great  reputation,  and  these constitute.  The  major  group  of spices.  In  the  list of spices, clave,  nutmeg,  cinnamon  and cassia  are known as tree spices, However , spices  like  fennel, fenugreek,  garlic, onion, coriander, cumin,  vanilla,  saffron; etc.

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Curcumin And Turmeric Oil From Turmeric Project Report Consultancy

Curcumin And Turmeric Oil From Turmeric Project Report Consultancy

Rs 6,900  / UnitGet Best Price
Plant Capacity500 KGS/Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 3.13 Cr.
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 17.42 Cr.
Rate of Return71%
Turmeric  (Curcuma longa) is a native of Asia &  India.  The tuberous  rhizone or underground steam of turmeric are used  from antiquity  as condiments. A dye and as an aromatic stimulants  in several  medicines. Turmeric is a very important spice in  India, which  produces  nearly the whole  world crop & uses  80%  of  it presently.  It  is cultivated in china,  Taiwan,  Indonesia,  Sri Lanka,  Australia, Africa, Peru & the West Indies. Turmeric  uses dates  back  nearly  4000 years, to the vodic culture  in  India, when  turmeric  was  the  principal spice  &  also  of  religious significance.  It is much reversed by thindus &  associated  with fertility.  In  todays India's, turmeric still  added  to  nearly every  dish be it meat or vegetables. Turmeric has been  used  in Indian systems of medicine for a long time.The  turmeric has been used in herbal dating from about  600 BC and it also mentioned by Dioscorides. In malaysia the paste of turmeric   is spread on the mothers abdomen and on the  umbilical cord  after child Birth. Not only to warm off one   spirits,  but also   for its medicinal value. Bath the East & West  have   held its  medicinal properties in high regards. Rhizomes are the  used plant  port. Fresh turmeric  leaves are  used in some regions  of Indonesia  as  flavouring . The rootstick has  aromatic  &  Spicy pogoonce, which  by drying gives way to a more  medicinal  Aroma. On  storing  ,  the smell rather quickly change  to   earthy  and unpleasant.  .

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Rice Husk Project Report Consultancy

Rice Husk Project Report Consultancy

Rs 6,900  / UnitGet Best Price
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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Dal Mill Project Report Consultancy

Dal Mill Project Report Consultancy

Rs 6,900  / UnitGet Best Price
Rated Capacity15.00 Tons/ day
Plant & MachineryRs. 18.47 Lacs
Total Capital investmentRs. 191.00 Lacs
Rate of Return53.39 %
Dal (Pulses) is a day cereal which is taken to fulfill the requirements of protein for a normal human being. Pulses are important food item extremely consumed by people all over the world.

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Rice & Corn Flakes Project Report Consultancy

Rice & Corn Flakes Project Report Consultancy

Rs 6,900  / UnitGet Best Price
Plant Capacity6 Tons/Day
Plant & MachineryRs. 89 Lacs
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 4.10 Cr.
Rate of Return51%
Corn flakes being one of most nutritious foods and is consumed as breakfast food not only in India but-else where in the world. Basically, it is preparared from maize, this is the main raw material. flavours, like sugar or salt, are also added. Maize, the main raw material, is itself a corn grain. India is predominantly an agricultural country. Due to the progressive increase in farm produce a need has been felt to develop more agrobased food processing industries to make gainful utilisation of the raw material resources and to provide remunerative prices to the growers. Maize is one of the important commercial food-grains grown abundantly in our country. The maize is processed for the manufacture of oil, flour, starch, liquid glucose, dextrose etc. Besides pop-corn, another snack foods made for maize, maize is also used for the manufacture of corn flakes. Roasted corn above all the case with which it can be prepared for consumption.

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Hard Board from Rice Husk Project Report Consultancy

Hard Board from Rice Husk Project Report Consultancy

Rs 6,900  / UnitGet Best Price
Plant & MachineryRs. 75.10 Cr
Total Capital InvestmentRs. 123.57 Cr
Rate of Return20%
Plant Capacity200.00 MT./day
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. The pelletizing was carried using carbon black as a reductant and sucrose as a binder.

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Spices (Masala) Industry Project Reports Consultancy

Spices (Masala) Industry Project Reports Consultancy

Rs 6,900  / PieceGet Best Price
Service LocationPan India
Service TypeSpices (Masala) Industry Project Reports Consultancy
Service ModeOffline
Service Duration1-2 Week
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