Fibre Glass Sheet (Pultrusion Process)

 Published On: Aug, 2015 |  Published By: EIRI Project Consultants | Format: PDF
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By now fibre glass reinforced plastic/Fibre corrugated sheet industry is about 20 year old. There were two or three small moulding companies which were fabricating items like bath tubs, helmets and corrugated sheets in the year 1960. In that period both resin as well as glass fibre were imported. In 1962-63, Bakelite Hylam Ltd., started producing fibre glass since then the fiber glass Reinforced Plastics Industry has made tremendous stride. The fibre glass Reinforced Plastics Industry owes its progress to the enthusiasm of the raw material manufacturers, designer's and moulders and of course the end users. The Reinforced Plastic Industry has Justified the confidence that the corrosion protection industry has reposed on it by enabling import substitution, earing of foreign exchange through export and new development of products. Fibre Glass Reinforced Plastics (FRP) are essentially structural materials of composite materials. As a matter of fact, modern composites owe's their genesis to glass-fibre reinforced polyester developmention the 1940's.

FRP have several features that mark them as out standing engineering material for a wide range of applications. Firstly they have excellent engineering properties which naturally are as competitive as, or even better than other conventional materials secondly and very important, FRP can be easily moulded into any size and shape, a property not so easily or cheaply achieved in other construction materials like metals, stones or timber, finally FRP offer's considerable flexibility in the design of structure. A designer can within limits tailor his composite material to give the required mechanical properties by correctly selecting the phase materials and by adjusting these in proportion and micro structural geometry.

COST ESTIMATION

Plant Capacity 2400.00 SQ.MTR/day
Land & Building (1 Acre) Rs. 1.39 Cr
Plant & Machinery Rs 70.00 Lacs
W.C. for 2 Months Rs.4.29 Cr
Total Capital Investment Rs 6.47 Cr
Rate of Return 29%
Break Even Point 43%
INTRODUCTION
KEY TERMS
DEXTROSE
DEXTROSE SALINE INJECTION
PROPERTIES
REQUIREMENTS OF RAW MATERIALS
ABOUT BLOW-FILL-SEAL (BFS) TECHNOLOGY
ECONOMIC PROFILE
WORLD MARKET CONSUMPTION
MEDICAL BLOW-FILL-SEAL
SOURCE OF MACHINES TECHNOLOGY
USES AND APPLICATION
SOME GENERAL INTRAVENOUS FLUIDS
MARKET SURVEY
ADDITIONAL MARKET POSITION
INDIAN PATENTS LAW, TRADE LAW & TAXATION
'TAX'ING INDIAN PHARMA
PRESENT MANUFACTURES OF I.V FLUIDS
SPECIFICATION OF INDIAN PHARMACOPEIA ON I.V FLUIDS DEXTRAN INJECTION
DEXTRAN 110 INJECTION
B.I.S. SPECIFICATIONS FOR PLASTIC I.V. BOTTLES
SODIUM CHLORIDE AND DEXTROSE INJECTION
WATER THE EXCELLENT SOLVENT USED IN PHARMACY
BASIC RAW MATERIALS
REQUIREMENTS OF RAW MATERIALS AND SPECIFICATIONS
MANUFACTURING PROCESS OF FFS TECHNOLOGY
ADVANTAGES OF B.F.S. VS. GLASS
B.F.S. THE BLOW FILL SEAL TECHNOLOGY
MANUFACTURING PROCESS UNDER B.F.S./F.F.S.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF BFS PRODUCTION PROCESS
FLOW DIAGRAM OF MANUFACTURING OF I.V. FLUIDS
PLANT LAYOUT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF FFS PLANT LAYOUT
GENERAL PLANT LAYOUT
EFFLUENT TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL
TOLERANCE LIMITS FOR INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT DISCHARGE
WASTE TREATMENT
TYPICAL WASTE SOLIDS CHARACTERISTICS
SPECIFICATION OF EFFLUENT DISCHARGE OF PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
MANPOWER
IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF PRODUCTION PLANT PROCESS
LIST OF MACHINERY IV BAG PRODUCTION FORM FILL AND SEAL MACHINE
CIP SYSTEM
GUIDE TO GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (GMP) FOR
MEDICINAL PRODUCT PRINCIPLE
GENERAL
CLEAN ROOM AND CLEAN AIR DEVICE CLASSIFICATION
CLEAN ROOM AND CLEAN AIR DEVICE MONITORING
ISOLATOR TECHNOLOGY
BLOW/FILL/SEAL TECHNOLOGY
TERMINALLY STERILISED PRODUCTS
ASEPTIC PREPARATION
PERSONNEL
PREMISES
EQUIPMENT
SANITATION
PROCESSING
STERILISATION
STERILISATION BY HEAT
MOIST HEAT
DRY HEAT
STERILISATION BY RADIATION
STERILISATION WITH ETHYLENE OXIDE
FILTRATION OF MEDICINAL PRODUCTS WHICH CANNOT BE
STERILISED IN THEIR FINAL CONTAINER
FINISHING OF STERILE PRODUCTS
SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS
EMPTY IV BAG MANUFACTURER AND SUPPLIER IN INDIA
INDUSTRIAL ETP PLANT MANUFACTURE/SUPPLIER

APPENDIX A :

1.COST OF PLANT ECONOMICS
2.LAND & BUILDING
3.PLANT AND MACHINERY
4.FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT
5.RAW MATERIAL
6.SALARY AND WAGES
7.UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS
8.TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL
9.COST OF PRODUCTION
10.PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS
11.BREAK EVEN POINT
12.RESOURCES OF FINANCE
13.INTEREST CHART
14.DEPRECIATION CHART
15.CASH FLOW STATEMENT
16.PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET

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