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Published on March 11, 2014

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HI-TECH PROJECTS (An Industrial Monthly Magazine on New Project Opportunities and Industrial Technologies) March- 2014 Issue (E-copy) Regd. Off : 4449, Nai Sarak, Main Road, Delhi - 110 006 (India) * Ph: 9811437895, 9811151047, 91-11-23918117, 23916431, 45120361, 23947058, 64727385 * E-Mail : eiriprojects@gmail.com, eiribooks@yahoo.com * Website: www.eiriindia.org, www.industrialprojectreports.com Deposit the amount in “EIRI “Account with HDFC BANK CA- 05532020001279 (RTGS/NEFT/IFSC CODE: HDFC0000553) OR ICICI BANK CA - 038705000994 (RTGS/NEFT/IFSC CODE: ICIC0000387) OR AXIS Bank Ltd. CA - 054010200006248 (RTGS/ NEFT/IFSC CODE:UTIB0000054) OR UNION BAK OF INDIA CA-307201010015149 (RTGS/NEFT/IFSC CODE: UBIN0530727) OR STATE BANK OF INDIA CA-30408535340 (RTGS/NEFT/IFSC CODE: SBIN0001067) AND JUST SMS US ON PH. 09811437895

Choose and Start an Industry Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 03 SODIUM LAURYL ETHER SULFATE [EIRI-1477] The sodium salts are familiar as pastes with about 30 percent of active material as dried extruded material, dried flakes or tray-dried powder all of high concentration. For special purposes as for examples as a foaming agent and detergent in tooth-pastes free, unsulphated alcohol is undesirable because of the flavour it imparts. For same exceptional cases sodium sulphate is unwanted. Sodium sulphate can be eliminated by dissolving out the sodium lauryl sulphate with hot ethyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol. These solvents also take the free unsulphated alcohol into solution and after evaporating off the solvent a final extraction with acetone will dissolve the free alcohol and leave purified alkyl sulphate as the residue. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1 Ton/Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs.1.11 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 51 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 37 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.19 Cr. Rate of Return 26% Break Even Point 56% ********************************************************* CONSTRUCTION CHEMICALS [EIRI-1476] Construction Chemicals, as the name suggests, are the chemicalcompounds used inconstruction activities, be it residential, non-residential or non- building. These compounds belong to a niche specialty segment of the chemical industry and can be used either in existing construction projects to speed up the work or in new construction projects to impart durability and strengthen the structures. Construction chemicals increase the cost of the project by 2- 5% but the benefits are multi-fold. Certain chemical products help in minimizing the quantities of cement and water used in the construction.These compounds impart chemical as well as physical properties in applications such as cross-linking or phase change (from liquid to solid). Construction chemicals are essential for high quality concrete and for promoting the improvement of concrete performance.They also increase the life of construction work and impart additional protectionfrom environmentalhazards. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 400 Ton/Day Dry Mortar 24000 Ltr./Day Liquid 12 MT./Day Semi Liquid Land & Building (Area 2.5 Acres) Rs. 6.77 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 2.50 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 56.54 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 66.20 Cr. Rate of Return 62% Break Even Point 24% PET BOTTLES IN 500ML, 1 LTR, 2 LTRS, 5 LTRS, USED FOR PACKAGED DRINKING WATER, EDIBLE OILS, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE (COUNTRY LIQUOR & IMFL) ETC. [EIRI-1335] All one-stage injection stretch blow moulding machines derived from this original Stretch Blow design are referred to as classic one- stage machines, as the concept has long since been extended into other PET developments. The classic one-stage machines design is extremely versatile in that the same basic machine design can be used to make a wide variety of bottles and jars in all shapes and sizes, which was the standard single-stage machine in the early years, had eight cavities for 1.5 litre bottles. Stretch blow molding is best known for producing PET bottles commonly used for water, juiceanda variety ofother products.Stretch blow molding has been used since the early 1970’s especially for packaging detergent, and has grown in existence with the primary use for making carbonated beverage bottles. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 30000 Nos./Day Land & Building (4000 sq.mt.) Rs. 5.35 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.80 Cr. W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 3.81 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs.11.21 Cr. Rate of Return 22% Break Even Point 54% ******************************************************* DRY WALL PUTTY (WHITE CEMENT BASED) [EIRI-1475] White Cement Based Wall Putty is a specially formulated product based on white cement blended with special fillers and additives to be used as putty, filler & sealer, on concrete / mortar walls and ceiling for both interiors & exteriors. It renders to the surface, smooth bright white coating suitable for over coating by different kinds of water and solvent based paints, of attractive colors, giving a durable and smooth finish on the walls.It is water resistant and in turn, imparts additional strength to the walls. It also contains fungicides, preventing fungus.The other feature of the product is that though it is based on cement, but unlike cement paint, it does not require any water for curing. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 5 Ton/Hr.or 40Ton./Day Land & Building (Area 525 sq.mt.) Rs. 49 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 35 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 1.71 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.64 Cr. Rate of Return 22% Break Even Point 69% ******************************************************* LIQUID GLUCOSE AND MALTODEXTRIN FROM BROKEN RICE [EIRI-1472] Starch is a group of polysacchrides, composed of glucopyranose units joined together by- glucosidric linkages. It conformsto themolecular formula, (C6-H10O5)u, where n varies from a few hundred to over one million. Starch is found as the reserve carbonhydrate 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 simply 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. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 40 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 4 Acres) Rs.13.47 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 4.60 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 4.94 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs.24.43 Cr. Rate of Return 35% Break Even Point 47% ********************************************************* ETHYL METHACRYLATE [EIRI-1474] Ethyl Methacrylate (EMA) is a key intermediate chemical, due to its ability to undergo polymerization and copolymerization. Polyacrylates, a family of clear and relatively durable thermoplastics, are the major source for the consumption of EMA. At the end of 2008, there were almost 50 ethyl methacrylate manufacturing plants globally (some uncertainty exists over the precise number of plants in China where the very small localized plants are scattered over a wide geography) with plant sizes ranging from 1 500 to 360 000 metric tons per year (3.3 to 794 million pounds EMA per year). EMA can be commercially manufactured by a number of routes. The conventional EMA process centers on the reaction of hydrogen cyanide (HCN) and acetone to give acetone cyanohydrin. The cyanohydrin then undergoes acid assisted hydrolysis and esterification with methanol to give ethyl methacrylate. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 33.33 MT./Day Land & Building (15000 sq.mt.) Rs.16.97 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 5.75 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 49.31 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs.72.61 Cr. Rate of Return 58% Break Even Point 24% ********************************************************* THERMOCOLE BASED DISPOSABLE PLATES, CUPS AND GLASSES [EIRI-1473] Expanded polystyrene (EPS) is a rigid and tough, closed-cell foam. It is usually white and made of pre-expanded polystyrene beads.EPS is used for disposable trays, plates, bowls and cups;and for carry-out food packaging (including the hinged lid containers popularly known as “clam shells”). Other uses include molded sheets for building insulation and packing material (“peanuts”) for cushioning fragile items inside boxes. Sheets are commonly packaged as rigid panels (size 4 by 8 or 2 by 8 feet in the United States), which are also known as “bead-board”. Price Rs.16884/- forthis Detailed Project Report. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 3000 KGS/Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.) Rs. 4.78 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.85 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 69 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 7.66 Cr. Rate of Return 32% Break Even Point 46% *********************************************************

Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 04 Top Industries to Start BOTTLING PLANT (WHISKY, BRANDY, RUM,VODKA, GIN) FROM RECTIFIED SPIRIT/ENA [EIRI-1467] Alcohol sales proceeds account for 45% of the total revenue collection in the country. Whiskey accounts for 60% of the liquor sales while rum; brandy any vodka account for 17% 18% and 6% respectively. MN’s share is only 10%and they have been successful only in the premium and super premium ranges. Post WTO the government may have opened India to foreign distilleries, but the duty has been increased from 222% to 464-706%.This is due to the fact that there is a 100% customs duty, 150% contravening duty, local taxes, distributor’s margin, retailer’s margin and publicity charges. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 800 Boxes/Day Land & Building (Area 3 Acre) Rs.4.40 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.23 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 3.90 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 11.85 Cr. Rate of Return 41% Break Even Point 44% ****************************************************** ALUMINIUM ROLLING MILL FOR MANUFACTURING ALUMINIUM CIRCLES REQUIRED FOR PRESSURE COOKERS, NON STICK COOKWARES & CIRCLES [EIRI-1468] Aluminium is a slightly blue-white metal of high strength-to-weight ratio. Unalloyed aluminium with sp.Gr.= 2.70 and its melting point=658.70C (12180F), is nonmagnetic and resistant to corrosion & many chemicals at N.T.P. conditions. Corrosion resistance is provided by a thin film (0.025mm thick) of aluminium oxide which quickly forms on surfaces exposed to the atmosphere. Pure aluminium is highly malleable with tensile strength = 13000 psi.(in annealed condition). When it is alloyed & heat- treated, its tensile strength can exceed 90,000 psi. Aluminium is used when high strength with light weight, corrosion-resistance, easy machinability, formability etc., properties are desired. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 4000 sq.mt.) Rs.2.25 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 71 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 79 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs.3.89 Cr. Rate of Return 29% Break Even Point 52% ****************************************************** KRAFT PAPER FROM 100% WASTE PAPER [EIRI-1469] .The art of paper making was first discovered in China in and around 2nd century.B.C.pan where it travelled slowly west ward and reached the prantiens of Europe.By the end of 14th century, a member of paper mill existed in Europe, particularly in Spain, Italy, France and Germany. Paper production requires a disintegration of the bulky fibrous material to individual or small agglomerate fibres. This is called pulping. The ideal fibre for high grade paper should be long, high in cellulose content and low in ligrin content. Most ideal raw material for paper products is bamboo. Other sources are bagasse and hardwoods like jute stick must be developed and good quality paper pulp make by blending with bamboo fibre. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 15 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 2.5 Acres) US$ 10 Lacs Plant & Machinery US$ 16 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months US$ 8 Lacs Total Capital Investment US$ 35 Lacs Rate of Return 22% Break Even Point 64% ********************************************************* PRIVATE UNIVERSITY [EIRI-1470] Generally, under the laws of India, education is one of the charitable objects and hence it can only be conducted by a society or a trust or a section 25c company only.Reference may kindly be drawn to UGC regulations of 2003 which permits all these three types of entities to establish a Private University.Similar provisions are also found in the relevant guidelines of other state. However, a perusal of proposed UGC regulation of 2010 suggests that UGC has omitted sec 25c companies from the list of sponsoring body.Hence, it will be difficult to allow sec 25c companies in the sponsoring body for a Private University. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2000 Students/Annum Land & Building (Area 5 Acres) Rs.4 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 14 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.72 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 7.45 Cr. Rate of Return 32% Break Even Point 67% ******************************************************** LPG CYLINDER [EIRI-1471] LPG Cylinder is an essential item for filling liquefied petroleum gasused for cooling purpose. The body of LPG cylinder is deep drawn in two pieces then these are welded together to make a compact unit without any leak and defect etc. LPG cylinders are in use in 5 Kg., 12 Kg., 14.2 Kg. & 19 Kg. capacities.To ascertain the quality, safety and performance certain regulations are applicable such as BIS standardization and Explosive License etc.While all the cylinders are spray-painted with a signal red colour. BPC cylinders have yellow ring around the bung.HPC cylinders in blue ring and IOC cylinder are fully red. In case of 19 Kg. cylinder the top is painted olive green.Varying quantities of there ackufubs nat be found in refinery production of LPG. (a) Adsorption (b) Compression or (c) Adsorption methods can be applied to produce LPG from natural gas.Price of this Detailed Project Report is Just Rs. 16884/- Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1250 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Rs.2.40 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 74 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 5.68 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 9.10 Cr. Rate of Return 77% Break Even Point 27% 1. AYURVEDIC/HERBAL COLLEGE WITH HOSPITAL 2. ASTROLOGY INSTITUTE 3. B.ED AND LAW COLLEGE 4. BIO TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE 5. COLLEGE 6. COMPUTER EDUCATION INSTITUTE 7. DENTAL COLLEGE 8. DAY BOARDING SCHOOL WITH HOSTEL 9. ENGINEERING COLLEGE 10. FASHION TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE WITH HOSTEL 11. FRANCHISE TRAINING PROGRAM 12. HOSTEL WITH MESS 13. HOSTEL 14. MEDICAL COLLEGE, HOSPITAL & RESEARCH INSTITUTE 15. MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE B.ED, LAW & BIO-TECHNOLOGY 16. MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE FOR MBA, BBA, BCA, B.COM, BSIT, EXMBA, MCA, MSIT, PH.D. DEGREE 17. PRE NURSERY NURSERY AND K.G. SCHOOL 18. PRE NURSERY SCHOOL 19. SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL 20. SCHOOL WITH HOSTEL FACILITY 21. SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL INCLUDING PRIMARY, MIDDLE AND SENIOR SECONDARY, MINI NURSING HOME, LIBRARY FOR WOMEN, SELF EMPLOYMENT FACILITIES FOR WOMEN 22. SCHOOL 23. SCHOOL AIDED (SCHOOL WITH NURSING SCHOOL FOR STAFF NURSE & MIDWIFE, COMPUTER TRAINING INSTITUTE, LAB TECHNICIAN (MEDICO), SANITARY 24. VOCATIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE 25. VETERINARY COLLEGE WITH HOSPITAL 26. WOMEN’S HOSTEL Price of this CD containing all above 26 Project Reports is Rs. 17,978/- or US$ 600/-. Payable fully in advance through Draft/M.O. in favour of ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, DELHI. Delivery within 1 day. (To Order please dial : 98114- 37895). Patrons you can deposit the amount in EIRI Account UNION BANK OF INDIA CA-307201010015149 (IFS Code: UBIN0530727)

Start Your Own Industry Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 05 Patrons, deposit amount in EIRI Account ICICI BANK LTD. CA-038705000994 (RTGS/NEFT/IFSC Code: ICIC0000387) AGARBATTI SYNTHETIC PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS & AGARBATTI COMPOUNDS LIKE CHAMPA, MOGRA, SANDAL WOOD & LOBAN [EIRI-1462] 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 of 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. It was customary for the priests to burn incense before the Gods in the temples and this incense probably consisted of aromatic gums, resins and oleo-resins mixed with perfumed woods. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 100 Kgs/Day Land & Building (Area 600 sq.mt.) Rs. 89 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 10 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 26 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 1.32 Cr. Rate of Return 58% Break Even Point 41% ********************************************************* MANGO PULP [EIRI-1461] Juicy and fibrous varieties are not quite suitable for canning. They are mostly used for making juice, squash, nectar, chutney and pickles. The mango is one of the oldest tropical fruits and has been cultivated by man for over 1000 years, originating apparently in Indo-Burma region. to the large population of Asia, particularly Southern Asia and Malaysia, the mango plays the role as the major fruit of the region, much as the apple looms in importance in North America and Europe.The fruit is eaten in its raw, fresh form when ripe. Unripened fruits are commonly used for preparing jellies, jams and preserves. Mango blends well with numerious processed foods, such as ice creams. The pulp of the fruit is soft and tasty (pequant). Some persons not subtle presence of a turpentine like characteristics in some varieties although the aroma is delicately pleasant. It is also used to prepare squash, nectar beverages etc. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 5 Ton/Hr. Land & Building (Area 3 Acres) Rs. 3.88 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.75 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 9.96 Cr. Rate of Return 66% Break Even Point 34% SODIUM SILICATE FROM RICE HUSK [EIRI-1460] Sodium silicates popularly called water glass or soluble glass are generally classified according to their SiO2, Na2O ratio, which varies between 0.5 and 4 and with various proportion of water. Based upon this ratio, a series of compounds are known ranging in properties from strongly alkaline to mearly neutral and from crystalline to glossy solids, to viscous liguids. Sodium silicates are widely used in all types of detergents and cleaning compounds as active alkaline builders. Sodium silicate is important bonding agents in targe variety of ceramics cement and refractory applications because of their heat stability and resistance to chemicals.Ankalimetal silicate bonds are used in high-temperature ceramic products for the fabrication of electrical components. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 15 Ton./Day Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.) Rs.6.66 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.33 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 1.08 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 9.67 Cr. Rate of Return 14% Break Even Point 64% ******************************************************** PLASTIC GRANULES FROM WASTE [EIRI-1458] A plastic is any one of a large and varied group of materials which consists of an essential ingredient combinations of carbon with oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and other organic and inorganic elements. While solid in the finished state, at some stage in its manufacture it has been or can be formed into various shapes by flow-usually through the application singly or together of heat and pressure. Thermoplastics are those which soften under heat and again harden when cooled and this process can be repeated a number of times without any appreciable was in the physical properties. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 5 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 1500 sq.mt.) Rs.1.35 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 84 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.85 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 5.17 Cr. Rate of Return 36% Break Even Point 48% ******************************************************** LIQUID ADHESIVE FOR CORRUGATED BOARD & BOXES [EIRI-8217] Starch based adhesives are the most important vegetable adhesives. The most simple of these may be made by boiling flour with water, white modern starch adhesives are based on starch and its degradation production. The resulting adhesive is modified by incorporting borax, resins, alkali, inorganic salts, plasticizers, etc. to obtain certain desirable properties. The degradation products of starch may be classified into following three categories, which are used for making adhesives: 1. Acid modified starches or thin boiling starches. 2. Oxidised starches. 3. Dextrins. Dried starch or starch in the process of drying, when subjected to the action of heat 1. AMLA PLANTATION 2. AMLA PLANTATION,PROCESSING & PRESERVATION 3. BIO FERTILISERS 4. COFFEE PLANTATION 5. COCONUT PLANTATION 6. DAIRY FARMING 7. EUCALYPTUS TREE PLANTATION 8. FLORICULTURE - GLADIOLUS 9. GOAT FARMING 10. GREEN HOUSE 11. HYBRID SEEDS 12. HERBS CULTIVATION 13. JATROPHA (BIO DIESEL) CULTIVATION & EXTRACTION 14. MUSHROOMS 15. MUSHROOM GROWING AND PROCESSING WITH A/c 16. MEDICINAL PLANTATIONS (NEEM) 17. NURSERY FARMS 18. ORGANIC MANURE 19. PAPAYA & TOMATO CULTIVATION 20. PAPAYA CULTIVATION 21. POPLAR PLANTATION 22. RUBBER PLANTATION 23. STRAWBERRY CULTIVATION & PROCESSING 24. SAFED MUSLI CULTIVATION & PROCESSING (EXTRACT & POWDER) 25. STEVIA CULTIVATION & EXTRACTION 26. SUNFLOWER PLANTATION 27. SUGAR CANE PLANTATION 28. TEAK PLANTATION 29. TURMERIC PLANTATION 30. TEA PLANTATION 31. VERMI-COMPOSTING Price of this CD containing all above 31 Project Reports is Rs. 20,225/- or US$ 600/- . Payable fully in advance through Draft/M.O. in favour of ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, DELHI. Delivery within 2 days. (To Order please dial mobile:098114-37895 Sudhir Gupta). and/or acid and alkali treatment yields Guar gums or gums varying in their physical and chemical properties and characteristics. These are intermediate between starch, syrups and sugar. Many grades of Guar gums are made from starch varying in their physical and chemical characteristics from pure Guar gumes to some partially converted to other which still contain a percentage of unconverted starch. Since Guar gums are producedafter treatment given to starch, it is also known as one of the modified starches. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1 Tons/Day Land & Building (Area 500 sq.mt.) Owned Plant & Machinery Rs. 3 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 2 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 6 Lacs Rate of Return 268% Break Even Point 27% *********************************************************

Top Industries to Start Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 06 WELDED WIRE MESH [EIRI-1457] Welded wire mesh is the latest development in land wire product industry. The welded wire, generally called reinforcing wire, is mostly used in cement concrete work for construction of buildings, National Highway pavements, runways, dams, airports etc. It is also used for fencing purposes and for partition walls and as a safety guard in engineering workshops.For the sake of light weight structure case of handling flexibility in structure welding wire mesh has replaced grilled structure to a great extent. Wire mesh also finds great application in R.C.C. structure from the design criteria. As a general standard of living of the mass improves as a result of the planned development activities going on in the country demand for new houses, offices, factories, super structures. Payments increases considerably, as a result the requirement of wire mesh increase considerably. Technical know-how for the manufacture of wire mesh is fully developed in the country, and a number of industries are producing quality products even export standards are established on firm fooling. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 20 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Rs.1.30 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.58 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 5.09 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs.8.27 Cr. Rate of Return 22% Break Even Point 59% ********************************************************* ESTABLISHMENT OF MANUFACTURING FACILITY OF REFRIGERATING APPLIANCES [EIRI-1456] The refrigerator is the modern replacement of the icebox which was earlier used to store food. And this is one reason why it is also sometimes referred to as icebox. Today, with the advancement in technology, refrigerators are available in different makes and models. A refrigerator maintains the temperature slightly higher than the freezing point of the water.There is also a device known as the Freezer which maintains the temperature below the freezing point of water. As far as the types of refrigerators are concerned, it can be widely classified into four types. They are Top-Mount freezer refrigerator, Side-by-side refrigerators, Freezer on bottom and French door refrigerators. The most common type of refrigerator is the Top- Mount Refrigerator. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 55 Units/Day Land & Building (2000 sq.mt.) US$ 3.72 Lacs Plant & Machinery US$ 1.46 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 7.58 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs.13.13 Lacs Rate of Return 23% Break Even Point 67% ********************************************************* ALLOY WHEELS MANUFACTURING PLANT [EIRI-1455] The wheel is a mechanical device, which provides rotary motion by means of a disk or circular frame revolving on an axis. The steel wheel can be used in heavy load and traction services.The size and contour of a specific wheel design is based on the load it must carry and the space limitations of the equipment on which it is used. The contour of the wheel is normally composed compose of five parts: the hub, plate, rim, tread and flange. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 5000 Nos./Day Land & Building (Area 8000 sq.mt.) Rs.5.81 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 8.84 Cr. W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 41.72 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs.57.30 Cr. Rate of Return 109% Break Even Point 30% ******************************************************** AGAR AGAR [EIRI-1451] According to the US Pharmacopeia, agar can be defined as a hydrophilic colloid extracted from certain seaweeds of the Rhodophyceae class.It is insoluble in cold water but soluble in boiling water. A 1.5% solution is clear and when it is cooled to 34-430C it forms a firm gel which does not melt again below 850C. It is a mixture of polysaccharides whose basic monomer is galactose. These polysaccharides can be sulphated in very variable degrees but to a lesser degree than in carrageenan. For this reason the ash content is below those of carrageenan, furcelleran (Danish agar) and others. A 5% maximum ash content is acceptable for agar although it is normally maintained between 2.5- 4%. Agar is the phycocolloid of most ancient origin.In Japan, agar is considered to have been discovered by Minoya Tarozaemon in 1658 and a monument is Shimizu-mura commemorates the first time it was manufactured. Originally, and even in the present times, it was made and sold as an extract in solution (hot) or in gel form (cold), to be used promptly in areas near the factories; the product was then known as tokoroten. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1000 Kgs./Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs.1.53 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 72 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 6.82 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 9.19 Cr. Rate of Return 47% Break Even Point 32% ******************************************************** NAIL POLISH [EIRI-1453] Modern nail polish is sold in liquid form in small bottles and is applied with a tiny brush. Within a few minutes after application, the substance hardens and forms a shiny coating on the fingernail that is both water- and chip-resistant. Generally, a coating of nail polish may last several days before it begins to chip and fall off. Nail polish can also be removed manually by applying nail polish “remover,” a substance designed to break down and dissolve the polish. Nail polishes, nail enamels or nail lacquers are coloured or colourless and/or pearly viscous liquid, composed of nitrocellulose, synthetic resins, plasticizers and organic solvents. In addition they include suitable pigments as colouring agents. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.) Rs.1.45 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 35 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months Rs. 83 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 2.72 Cr. Rate of Return 53% Break Even Point 38% ************************************************************* HDPE, PVC & CPVC PIPES AND FITTINGS [EIRI-1438] Today, more PVC Pipes are being used than any other pipe product. PVC is a thermosetting plastic. In other words, it can only be softened and molded into form once. If it is softened and remolded a second time it will lose some of it’s favorable characteristics. Recently, ‘Fuseable PVC’ has come to market to compete with the fuseable properties of HDPE Pipe. PVC is very corrosion resistant. It is not a conductor and will not have an electrochemical reaction with acids and bases that it comes in contact with. For this reason, PVC is sometimes used to coat other materials for protection. PVC also has a high chemical resistance.While it will react with some chemicals, there are a large number of chemicals it will not reactwith, makingit an excellent product for industrial applications. Cost of the Project Report is Rs. 16884/- Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 3 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 1 Acre) Rs.1.05 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.20 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 44 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs.2.97 Cr. Rate of Return 31% Break Even Point 55% ********************************************************* Deposit amount in EIRI Account AXIS BANK LTD.CA-054010200006248 (IFS Code: UTIB0000054) STATEMENT ABOUT OWNERSHIP AND OTHER PARTICULARS ABOUT THE JOURNAL HI-TECH PROJECTS From IV (See Rule 8) Place of Publication Delhi Periodicity of Publication: Monthly Printer’s Name : Sudhir Kumar Gupta Whether Citizen of India : Yes Address : 4449 Nai Sarak, Delhi- 6 Publisher’s Name : Sudhir Kumar Gupta Whether Citizen of India : Yes Address : 4/35, Roop Nagar, Delhi- 7 Editor’s Name : Sudhir Kumar Gupta Whether Citizen of India : Yes Address : 4/35, Roop Nagar, Delhi- 7 Name & Address : Engineers India Research Institute, 4449, NaiSarak, Delhi - 6 Statement of individuals who own the newspaper and partners of shareholders more than one percent of the total capital. I, Sudhir Kumar Gupta hereby declare that the particulars given above are true to the best of my belief. 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Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 07 Best Industries to Start and Grow NO CARB PASTE (ANTICARBURIZING PASTE - WATER SOLUBLE) FOR HEAT TREATMENT [EIRI-1439] Carbon paste (anti-carburizing paste) (water soluble) is a very versatile item meant for application for parts that require no hardness (i.e. to be kept soft) after case hardening. The basic object of the paste alludes to its application for protection of external and internal threads, serratious, blind holes etc. The specialty of the carbon paste is that it is water soluble and does not chemically invade the steel on which it is applied. Further, the carbon paste or anti- carburizing paste is steady in its working effect in the furnace at atmospheres of carbon monoxide. Among other characteristics that the carbon exhibits, a salient one is that it does not absorb moisture from the air during storage.The formulations of carbon paste comprise carbonates, potassium ferrocyanide, salts of certain organic acids, sodium hydroxide, calcium chloride, rosin soap etc. all - being water soluble chemicals, so water glass (sodium silicate) or glue is used as a binder. In view of the versatile use of the carbon paste for the end-user industries, the demand of the product is increasing at a rapid pace and it has get very good future prospects. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 600 sq.mt.) Rs. 80 Lacs Plant & Machinery Rs. 26 Lacs W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 24 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs.1.34 Cr. Rate of Return 38% Break Even Point 52% ********************************************************* PET PREFORM AND PET JARS (20 LTR.) [EIRI-1464] Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is linear thermoplastic, long - chain molecule consists of repeating units, white but bluish resin made from terephthalic acid and ethylene glycol through poly-condensation.Plastic PET is very important raw material used in man-made fibers. PET is a kind of polyester material for fiber, injection molded parts, as well as blow-molded bottles and jars.Special grades are offered with the required properties for the different applications. Polyethyleneterephthalate (PET)is used to make beverage, food & other liquid containers, synthetic fibers, as well as for some other thermoforming applications. Depending on its processing and thermal history, it may exist both as an amorphous (transparent) and as a semi - crystalline (opaque and white) material. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 2 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 2000 sq.mt.) Rs.1.01 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 1.50 Cr. W.C. for 1 Months Rs. 64 Lacs Total Capital Investment Rs. 3.24 Cr. Rate of Return 35% Break Even Point 55% ********************************************************* POLY ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE [EIRI-1018] Aluminium chloride hydroxide [1327-41-9], [10284-64-7], Alcl (OH)2 [14215-15-7], AlCl2(OH), produts, commonly known as polyaluminium chloides (PAC), are used for a wide variety of industrial applications. Other names for PAC are basic aluminium chloride, polybasic aluminium chloride, aluminium hydroxychloride, aluminium oxychloride and aluminium chlorohydrate. The presence of polymeric, aluminium - containing cations, the distribution of which can differ greatly, typifies PAC products. Although the formation of polynuclear aluminium species in solution has been studied for over a centary, there is still much controversy concerning aluminium polymerization reactions and the resulting product compositions.Polyaluminium chloride is a partially hydrolyzed aluminium chloride solution, which may incorporate a small amount of sulphate, has been introduced in Japan, England and Australia as an alternative to alum. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 1.50 MT./Day Land & Building (1000 sq.mt.) US$ 1.78 Lacs Plant & Machinery US$ 1.40 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months US$ 1.13 Lacs Total Capital Investment US$ 4.56 Lacs Rate of Return 25% Break Even Point 62% ******************************************************** ALUMINIUM COLD ROLLING MILL FOR SHEETS & CIRCLES [EIRI-1466] Aluminium is on abundant, slightly blue-white metal of high strength-to-weight ratio. Unalloyed aluminium sp.gr. = 2.70 and its melting point = 658.7 (1218oF) is nonmagnetic & resistant to corrosion & many chemicals at N.T.P.conditions. cO resistant is provided by a thin film (0.025m thick) of aluminium oxide which quickly form on surfaces exposed to the atmosphere. Pure aluminium is highly malleable with tensile strength = 13000 psi. (in anneale condition). Aluminium is used when high strength with light weight, corrosion resistance, easy machinability/formability etc. properties are desired. . Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 150 MT./Day Land & Building (6.1 Hectare) US$ 11.04 Lacs Plant & Machinery US$ 20.03 Lacs W.C. for 2 Months US$ 1.56 Cr. Total Capital Investment US$ 1.91 Cr. Rate of Return 61% Break Even Point 26% ******************************************************** SULPHUR 80% WDG [EIRI-1004] Sulphur 80% WDG is used for the control of powdery mildew and scab on Grapes, Cowpea, Guar, Pea, Cumin, apple & Mango. Scab diseases of Apple. Cost Estimation Plant Capacity 10 MT./Day Land & Building (Area 8000 sq.mt.) Rs.5.07 Cr. Plant & Machinery Rs. 45 Lacs W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 2.29 Cr. Total Capital Investment Rs. 8.14 Cr. Patrons, deposit amount in EIRI Account ICICI BANK LTD. CA-038705000994 (RTGS/NEFT/IFSC Code: ICIC0000387) Hi-Tech Projects (Date of Posting 24th to 30th of Every Month, Weight of Magazine- Upto 48 Gram) An Industrial Monthly Magazine on Hi-Tech Projects & developed and underdeveloping Technologies with lucrative Project opportunities Editor Sudhir Gupta Asst. Editor Ankur Gupta SUBSCRIPTION RATES FOR INDIA Single Copy Rs. 20/- One Year Rs. 225/- Three Years Rs. 650/- (Add Rs. 100/- for outstation cheques. Please make the Draft/ Cheque in favour of “Engineers India Research Institute, Delhi” FOR OVERSEAS Single Copy US$ 10/- One Year US$ 120/- CAUTION Project Reports/Profiles provided in this issue had been prepared on datas available at the time of preparing these reports. 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Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 08 The book Modern Technology of Printing Inks covers Silk Screen Printing Machine, Modified Silk Screen Printing Machine, Deinking Formulation for Flexographic Inks, Apparatus and Method for Fortification of Black Pigment Based Ink using Black Dye Based Ink, UV Curing Intaglio Ink, Ink Jet Printing Cloth, Ink- Jet Printing Process and Print, Dampening Inking Unit for Offset Printing Machines, Ink Composition for Offset Printing, Silk Screen Cleaner Composition, Toner Compositions Black Gravure Inks, Polymeric Flexographic Ink, UV-Curing Printing Inks, Ink Composition for Ink-Jet Textile Printing, Ink-Jet Printing Method, Black Ink Composition, Multiple Digital Ink, Flexographic Ink etc. Technology of Oilseeds Processing, Oils & Fats and Refining covers Chemical constituents of Fats, Oleaginous Seeds and their oils, Olive and Olive Oil, Palm Oil and Its Fractions, Animal Fat, Technology of Refining of Fats, Hydrogenation Technology, Fractionation Technology, Margarine Technology, Production of Neat Soap with 63% fatty acids, Oilseed Processing Technology. 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Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 09 Processing of Ginger, Starch, Aonla Processing, Cultivation of Pineapple, Paneer & Channa, Tech.of Ghee, Processing of Dehydrated Fruits, Fruit Flavoured Beverages, Functional Foods, Banana Flour, Soy Fortified Cake, Meat Analogues, Guava Papaya Fruit Bar, Soy Yoghurt, Active Packaging, Flexible Packages, Food Packages, Aluminium The book contains various chapters on various aspects on Modern Technology of Organic and Inorganic Chemicals, i.e. Ammonia, Aluminium, Chlorine and Sodium Hydroxide, Cosmetics and Perfumes, Dyes, Enamels, Explosives, Glass and Alkali Silicates, Gypsum, Glass Fibres, Optical Fibres and Mineral Fibres, Industrial Modern Technology of Organic and Inorganic Chemicals Rs. 1400/- or US $ 140/- Modern Technology of AgroProcessingandFood Packaging ProductswithProjectProfiles Rs. 1100/- orUS$110/- Available at: www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com * Email: eiribooks@yahoo.com Cans, Foil Bag, Pouch & Envelope Production, Aluminium Foil, Aluminium in Flexible Packaging, Nanotechnology in Food Packaging, Packaging of Fresh Meat, Packaging of Shrimps, Packaging of Fruit Juices, Packaging of Biscuits, Plant Economics of Aluminium Beverage Cans etc. Choosing Eggs for Hatching Purposes, Location & Types of Incubator Building, Factors for Success in the Hatchery Business, Brooder Systems, Principles of Brooding, Operation of Battery Rooms, Laying Cages, Broiler Production, Feeding Chickens, Management, Requirements for Poultry Feeds Selection of the Birds, Breeding, Feed Ingredients, Housing and Poultry Farming Hatchery & Broiler Production Rs. 975/- or US$ 100/- Appliances, Poultry Management, Diseases of Poultry etc. Turkey Production, Investment Planning, Housing Requirements, Equipments Needed, Feeds and Feedings, Disease Prevention, Economic Raising of Poultry (Broiler, Layer, Ducks, Quail and Turkey). 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Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 10 The book covers Tomato, Impact of Introduction of Hybrid Tomato, Poly House Technology in Vegetable Production, Canning and Bottling of Fruits and Vegetables, Fruits and vegetables Drying/ Dehydration and Concentration, Procssing Technologies of Tomato and other Vegetables, Technology of Tomato Products, Processing of Peeled Tomatoes, Processing of Dried Tomatoes, Flow Sheet for Tomato Juice Processing, Flow sheet for Processing of Tomato Ketchup or Sauce, Tomato Juice Processing Line, Processing and Storage of Orange Fruited Tomato Cultivars into Puree, Tomato Paste Technology, Technology of Tomato Puree, Tomato Ketchup, Juice & Bottling Technology, Soups and Soup Mixes, Tomato Juice Pcg. etc. The book covers Resins (Water Borne) for Coatings, High Solids Green Coatings (Air Drying), Technology of Primer Compositions (Alkyd Resins), Acrylic Polyols Technology, Biodegradable Surface Coatings, Binders for Premium Paints, Cyclized Rubber in Surface Coatings, Coatings for Medical Application, Dacro Coating, Epoxy Resin, Extraction, Modification and Applications of CNSL/ Cardanol Based Epoxy Resin, Elastomeric Poly urea coatings, Formulation of 2K Waterborne ConcreteFloor Coatings, Green Coating, Herbal Coating, High Temperature Coatings Technology, Infrared Spectroscopy: Its Relevance in the Field of Surface Coating, Marine Paints & Coatings, Magnetic Paint, Nanotechnology, PU Coatings, Photo Luminescent Paints, Polyaspartics, Phenolic Resins etc. The book contains 34 chapters on various aspects on Technologyof Plastic Additives with Processes and Packaging, i.e. Plastic Additives: An Introduction, Organic Peroxides, Plasticizers, Polyurethane Catalysts, Fillers, Specialty Alloys, Maximizing Performance Using Copper Alloys, Structurally Enhanced Plastics with Filler Reinforcements, Cellular Plastic Additive, Environmentally Friendly The book covers Syringe Disposable Device, Disposable Needle Stick Prevention Aid to Prevent Needle Stick Injury, Disposable Surgical and Diagnostic Fluid Control Island, Disposable Humidifier, Disposable Adhesive Bandage, Disposable Cosmetic Glove, Electromagnetic Syringe Needle Disposer, Disposable Protective Bandage for Animals, Disposable Automatic Hypodermic Needle Guard, Disposable Elastomeric Gloves, Modern Disposable Syringe, Disposable Needle Cover, Syringe Needle Disposal Apparatus, Methods of Making Disposable Gloves, A Disposal Applicator Glove forApplying Lotions, Disposable Gloves, Syringe with Disposable Needle, Disposable Syringes, Modified Single Use Disposable Syringe, PencilGrip Fine NeedleAspiration Syringe Holder, Disposable Electromagnetic Fluid Sensor, Antimicrobial Disposable Absorbent Articles, Safety Dispensing System for Hazardous Substances, Disposable Plastic Razor, Plant Economics of Surgical Adhesive Tape on Cloth Surface, Plant Economics of Blood Bags, Plant Economics of Disposable Surgical Caps and Masks etc. Available at: www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com * Email: eiribooks@yahoo.com The book covers Introduction, Principles of Meat Processing Technology, Pre-slaughter factors Affecting Poultry Meat Quality, Slaughter Through Chilling Technology, Deboning Technology, Ingredients of Non-meat Ingredients, Manufacturing Meat from Poultry, Seasonings Used in Meat Processing, Heat Treatment of Meat Products, Processed Meat Products Technology, Tech. of Washing Poultry during Processing, Manufacture of Raw-fermented Sausages, Manufacturing Tech. of Raw-cooked Meat Technology of Chicken Meat and Poultry Products Rs. 1750/- or US$ 175/- The book covers Wood-The Energy Source, Wood Carbonisation, Saw Mill, Types of Saw, Timber Terminology, Saw Types, Circular Saw, Sawing Methods, Operations of Saw Mill, How do we Manage Wood Waste, Waste. 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Additives for Plastics, Polyimide Processing Additives, Storage-stable Plastics Additives, Liquid Colourant/Additive Concentrates for Plastics, Hydrophilic Additives, Hydrophobicizing Additives, Asphalt Additive, Anti-treeing Additives, Rubber Additive, Waste Plastic Additive for Asphalt, Impregnation of Plastic Substrates with Photo chromic Additives, Low-dust Granules of Plastic Additives, Mixed Ester Plastic Additive etc.

Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 11  To get Loan/Finance from Banks/Finacial Institutes.  To set up your own Industry/Unit  To have Detailed & Exhaustive Data on any Project. A complete List of Industrial Project Reports are given on www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com EACH DETAILED PROJECT REPORT CONTAINS: INTRODUCTION : Project Mix, Uses & Applications, Quality Control Measure & Their Introduction for Attaining Required Properties Economy & Productivity Competence. MARKET SURVEY : Market Position, Installed Capacity Production,Anticipated Demand, Present Manufacturers, Statistics of Imports & Exports, Estimated Demand, Demand & Supply Gap (If available), LI/IL Issued Recently PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE : Inventory Controls & Tests, Comparative Study of Process for Manufacturing the Product, Formulations, Process Flow Sheet Diagram, Process Detail in Stages from Raw Materials to Finished Products RAW MATERIALS : Raw Material Specifications, Market Codes & Raw Material Prices, Sources of Procurement of Raw Materials [Imported/Indigenous] PLANT & MACHINERY : Range of Machineries Required, Detailed Specifications of Machines & Equipmants, Prices od Machineries, Suppliers of Plant and Machineries. LAND & BUILDING : Total Land Area Requirement with Rates, Covered Area Break-up with Estimated Costs of Construction PROJECT ECONOMICS : Land & buildings, Plant, Machinery & Other Fixed Assets, Total Capital Investment, Working Capital Assessment, Raw Material & Consumable Stores, Staff Salaries & Wages, Utilities & Overheads, Total Cost of Project, Sources of Finance/Refinance, Break Even Point Determination. * EIRI Project Reports are prepared by highly qualified & experienced consultants & Market Research and Analysis supported by a panel of Experts and Computerised. * Data provided are reliable and uptodate collected from manufacturers/suppliers, plant already commissioned in India. EIRI Technocrats and Engineers have just prepared “MARKET SURVEY CUM DETAILED TECHNO ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY REPORTS” on following lucrative products which are most viable and profitable and having bright future scope Each project report Rs. 16,884 to Rs. 35,000/- only For assessing Market Potential, Corporate Diversifications, Planning, Investment Decision Making and to start your own setup, Entrepreneurs and Industrialists are most welcome to contact EIRI. * ADHESIVE FOR STICKERS * ADHESIVE FOR CORRUGATION DRY POWDER & PASTE * ADHESIVE BASED ON POLYURE THANE * ADHESIVE INDUSTRIES (LAMINATED, FEVICOL, STICKER, DDA & OTHER TYPES OF ADHESIVES) * ADHESIVE FOR CORRUGATION (DRY POWDER) * ALKYD RESINS * ADHESIVE MANUFACTURING FOR JOINING HDPE PIPES & JOINTS * ADHESIVE BASED ON VINYL ACETATE (FEVICOL TYPE) * B.O.P.P SELF ADHESIVE TAPES * CNSL BASED RESIN IN LIQUID & POWDER FORM * D.O.P AND OTHER PLASTICIZERS * ESTER GUMS (FOOD GRADE) * EPOXY RESIN * GUAR GUM * GLUE STICK * LATEX RUBBER BASED ADHESIVE * LEATHER BASED ADHESIVE * LIQUID ADHESIVE 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 * POLY AMIDE RESIN * PRINTING GUMS (GUAR GUM BASED) * RUBBER ADHESIVE * SYNTHETIC ADHESIVE FOR DECORATIVE LAMINATES BONDING * STARCH & DEXTRIN BASED ADHESIVE * THERMOSETTING ADHESIVE * UREA FORMALDEHYDE RESIN * UREA FORMALDEHYDE MOULDING POWDER * UNSATURATED POLYESTER RESINS * WATER BASED LATEX ADHESIVES GUMS, ADHESIVES AND RESINS Newly Projects * Galvanized Wire * Plastic Water Storage Tanks * Formaldehyde Resins * Sisal Fibre Reinforced Cement Roofing Sheets * Maize and By- Products (100 TPD) * PU BasedFootwear * Lead Acid Battery * Prefabricated Steel Framed Buildings Rs. 16,884/- each

Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 12 Highly Profitable Projects for New Entrepreneurs “EIRI Market Survey Cum Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Reports” Price Rs. 16,884/- each * STEEL FABRICATION * STEEL ROLLING MILL (REINFORCEMENT BAR) * ACRYLIC BATHTUB BY ACRYLIC SHEET * FABRICATION OF HEAT EXCHANGER * KITCHEN PRODUCTS * ALUMINIUM BEVERAGE CANS * STEEL ROLLING MILL (BY INDUCTION FURNACE) * M.S. BILLET CASTING WITH INDUCTION FURNACE FROM STEEL SCRAP & SPONGE IRON * PROCESSING OF LOW GRADE TUNGESTEN ORE * FULL BODY & CHASSISS BUS PLANT * ASSEMBLY OF AIR – CONDITIONER/CHEST FREEZER/REFRIGERATOR * G.I.LADDER & PERFORATED TRAYS * ALUMINIUM DOORS & WINDOWS (FABRICATION) * LEAF SPRINGS FOR TRACTOR DRAWN TROLLEYS & FOUR WHEELER TEMPOS * STEEL BRIGHT BARS * AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE VALVES * AUTO BRAKING SYSTEM * DISPLAY COOLER * ERW STEEL PIPES & TUBES * STEEL INGOTS * TMT STEEL BARS (SARIYA) * AUTOMOBILE TRACTORS * ACTIVATED ALUMINA BALLS * ALUMINIUM FOIL * STONEWARE PIPE (S.W.PIPE)/CLAY PIPE * IRON ORE PELLETIZATION * ELECTRIC CONTROL PANEL * SOLAR PV POWER PLANT * MACHINE SHOP (FOR OIL AND GAS ENGG.INDUSTRY, AEROSCAPE ENGG. INDUSTRY ETC.) * CEILING FAN * COPPER STRIP COILS * SOLAR PV PANELS * ROTARY AIR LOCKS, SCREW CONVEYOR, MOTORIZED/PNEUMATIC DAMPER, FLAP VALVES, AIR SLIDES REQUIRED IN CEMENT PLANTS AND THERMAL POWER PLANT * ALUMINIUM EXTRUSION * ALUMINIUM COIL COATING FOR ACP AND ROOFING * PAVING BLOCK * WIRE NAILS * TMT STEEL BARS * FASTENERS/NUT & BOLTS (INDUSTRIAL & AUTO) * HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS * DISPOSABLE SYRINGES WITH NEEDLE PLANT * FABRICATION UNIT (PRESSURE VESSEL, REACTOR VESSEL & AGITATORS, HEAT EXCHANGER) & SEAMLESS PIPE & TUBES * COPPER POWDER FROM COPPER SCRAP * STONE CRUSHER * PRODUCTION OF ALL TYPES OF FANS SUCH AS AXIAL FANS,CENTRIFUGAL FANS (SMOKE EXTRACT FANS & FRESH AIR SUPPLY FAN), BATHROOM FAN ETC. * STONE MINING * MAHINDRA CAR DEALERSHIP WITH AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION/GARAGE * AUTO FILTER (AIR FILTERS, OIL FILTER & FUEL FILTER) * POULTRY & HATHERY FARM * MILK PROCESSING PLANT * ROASTED, SALTEDALMOND, PEANUTS FOR PACKING IN 25g, 50g,250g & 500g * BEER FROM POTATOES * GUAR GUM POWDER * AUTOMATIC WHITE BREAD MAKING PLANT * AUTOMATIC BISCUIT MAKING PLANT * FROZEN FOOD BY IQF TECHNOLOGY * WALNUT PROCESSING PLANT * WHIPPING CREAM * FRUITS & VEGETABLES POWDER UNIT (EOU) * NATURAL MEDICINE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE WITH 150 BEDS HOSPITAL * PACKAGED DRINKING WATER (PACKED IN 330 ml CUP, 500ML BOTTLE, 1500 ML BOTTLE & 20LTR JAR) * COLD STORAGE (CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE OR CA) FOR POTATO CAP: 1,00,000 BAGS (50 Kg/Bag) STORING CAP:5000 Mt * SOLVENT EXTRACTION & REFINING (SOYABEAN) Cap-250mt/ & 50mt oil Refining) * BOTTLING PLANT(WHISKY, BRANDY, RUM, VODKS, GIN) FROM RECTIFIED SPIRIT/ENA * LUBE OIL BLENDING & GREASE * COLD STORAGE FOR POTATO 1,00,000 BAGS (50 KG/BAG) * MAIZE FLOUR & BY PRODUCTS * CUT FLOWER (GLADIOLI, MARIGOLD, STATICE, CHRYSANTHEMUM ROSE WITH GREEN HOUSE) * CATTLE FARMING & DAIRY PRODUCTS * COLD STORAGE FOR POTATO AND OTHER HORTICULTURE PRODUCT Capacity-1,00,000 Bags (50 Kg/Bag) * DEXTROSE PLANT * SBR RUBBER SHEET & SHOE MFG. * CASHEW NUT PROCESSING * PLYWOOD & PLYBOARD * PARTICLE BOARD AND LAMINATED PARTICLE BOARD * VENEER MAKING, PLYWOOD & PLYBOARD MAKING * WALNUT & PINUS (CHILGOZA) OIL, SHELL POWDER PROCESS PLANT * COUNTRY LIQUOR BOTTLING PLANT * PLASTIC GRANULES FROM PLASTIC WASTE, ROPE AND SUTLI PLANT * I.V. FLUID (FFS/BFS TECH.) * TOXIN PAN MASALA, TOBACCO LESS GUTKHA AND ZARDA * RUBBER & FLAT TRANSMISSION BELT CONVEYOR BELT * UPVC DOORS & WINDOWS FABRICATING PLANT (Fixing and Installation of Door and Windows of uPVC profiles) * RUBBER & FLAT TRANSMISSION BELT CONVEYOR BELT * MUSTARD OIL PROCESSING (EXPELLER PROCESS) * MEDICAL COLLEGE WITH 750 BEDS HOSPITAL FACILITY * MICRO IRRIGATION PRODUCT MANUFACTURING * HOT DIP GALVANIZING * CEMENT TILES, CANAL LINE SLAB, KERV STONE, PAYER RCC PIPE, MAN HOLE COVER, ETC. * MEDICAL COLLEGE (100 STUDENT INTAKE CAP.) * PRIVATE UNIVERSITY * DIGITAL INKS * GALVANIZING PROCESS FOR ELECTRICAL POLES * MAIZE PROCESSING PLANT STARCHES / MODIFIED STARCHES/LIQUID GLUCOSE / DEXTROSE MONOHYDRATE / GLUCOSE SYRUPS/CORN SYRUP SOLIDS/ HIGH MALTOSE CORN SYRUPS/ MALTO DEXTRINE POWDER/CORN GLUTEN MEAL (60%) MAIZE OIL/ SORBITOL. * FAT LIQUOR (CHLORINATED PARAFFIN WAX) * BOTTLING OF WHISKY * uPVC DOOR & WINDOW PROFILE * EPDM RUBBER PROFILES * FAT LIQUOR (CHLORINATED PARAFFIN WAX) * FAST FOOD RESTAURANT Market Survey Cum Detailed Techno Economic Faeasibility Report on all Projects are available contact: ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE 4449, Nai Sarak, Main Road, Delhi - 110 006 (India) * Ph. : +91 9811437895, 9811151047, 91-11-23918117, 23916431, 23947058, 45120361 Email: eiribooks@yahoo.com, eiriprojects@gmail.com Website: www.eiriindia.org, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com, www.eiri.in

Hi-Tech Projects,Mar’14, www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com # 13 Highly Profitable Projects for New Entrepreneurs “EIRI Market Survey Cum Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Reports” Price Rs. 16,884/- each WITH CENTRALLISED KITCHEN * READY MADE GARMENT (T- SHIRT/POLO GOLFER/ WOVEN SHIRTING & SUITING FOR UNIFORMS/ SWEATER)MANUFACTURE * BIO-DIESEL EXTRACTION FROM JATROPHA, SOYABEAN, SUNFLOWER, RICE BRAN, ALGE & CULTIVATION OF JATROPHA * CERAMIC FIBERS, CERAMIC FIBRE BLANKET, CERAMIC FIBRE BOARD AND CERAMIC FIBRE ROPE * COLD SUPPLY CHAIN * LAMI TUBE MANUFACTURE * EYE DROP (PLASTIC VIALS) * PET BOTTLES (AMBER/ CLEAR IN COLOUR) CAP: 15ML,60ML 100ML, 135ML, 200ML & 500ML * BENZYL ALKONIUM CHLORIDE * NATURAL SUGAR WAX * MARGARINE BUTTER * GREEN HOUSE FOR CROP PRODUCTION * ORGANIC DAIRY FARMING * E-WASTE * BIO-DIESEL FROM ALGAE * VANADIUM PENTOXIDE * GRAPHITE MINING AND BENEFICIATION PLANT * VITAMIN WATER * PET PREFORM CUM PET BOTTLES * HDPE BOTTLES * CAUSTIC SODA FROM SODIUM CHLORIDE * COAL TAR PITCH * MOSQUITO REPELLANT WRIST BAND * CASTOR OIL AND ITS DERIVATIVES OLEO RESIN, TURKEY RED OIL, DCO, HCO, SEBACIC ACID, 12- HYDROXY STEARIC ACID * PAPAIN FROM PAPAYA * PROCESSED CHEESE * MONOCHLOROBENZENE * EUGENOL FROM CINNAMON OIL * SULPHUR 80% WDG * CERAMIC FIBERS, CERAMIC FIBRE BLANKET, CERAMIC FIBRE BOARD AND CERAMIC FIBRE ROPE * SCREEN PRINTING * DI CALCIUM PHOSPHATE FROM ROCK PHOSPHATE & HAIFA PROCESS * PVC FLEXIBLE PIPE * FLEX BANNER USED IN DIGITAL PRINTING * PIGMENTS BINDERS FOR TEXTILE PRINTING * POULTRY & HATCHERY FARMING * ALOEVERA JUICE AND GEL * LIME PUTTY * AUTO WORKSHOP/ GARAGE * EGG TRAY FROM PULP * CARDANOL FROM C.N.S.L. * OXYGEN GAS * POLYALUMINIUM CHLORIDE * NAMKEEN UNIT (BHUJIA, CHANACHUR ETC.) * I.V.FLUID (FFS TECHNOLOGY) * POLYOL USED FOR PU * POLYSTYRENE * POLY PROPYLENE OXIDE * DIETHYL PHTHALATE * UREA FORMALDEHYDE & MELAMINE FORMALDEHYDE MOULDING POWDER * INSTANT COFFEE * ANNATTO SEED COLOUR EXTRACTION * FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DRYING BY (FREEZE DRYING METHOD) * BIO GAS PLANT * JAM, JELLIES, FRUIT JUICE AND ALLIED PRODUCTS * MATERNITY NURSING HOME * CANNING &PRESERVATION OF VEGETABLES * CURCUMIN & TURMERIC OIL * DETERGENT WASHING POWDER (ARIEL TYPE) * GRANITE SLAB AND TILES * TEA PACKAGING * PAN MASALA & GUTKHA * PRESTRESSED CONCRETE ELECTRIC POLES * LEATHER SHOES * ROTOGRAVURE PRINTING (FOR FLEXIBLE PACKAGING) * AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE BLOCKS * PRESTRESSED CONCRETE ELECTRIC RECTANGULAR POLES * OXYGEN & NITROGEN GAS * MANGANESE ORE BENEFICATION * MINERAL WOOL * CALCIUM SILICATE * TOUGHENED GLASS * HUMIC ACID * OFFSETPRINTING(5COLOUR) * CASTOR OIL AND ITS DERIVATIVES OLEO RESIN, TURKEY REDOIL, DCO, SEBACIC ACID, 12- HYDROXY STEARIC ACID * TISSUE PAPER PULPING FROM SAW DUST * KNITTED GLOVES * RADIATOR COOLANT * LATEX FOAM RUBBER (SPONG RUBBER) * GARLIC OIL AND POWDER * ACTIVATED CARBON & SODIUM SIL

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