Manufacture of Paint, Varnish & Allied Products (2nd Revised Edition)


Manufacture of Paint, Varnish & Allied Products (2nd Revised Edition)

Author: NPCS Board
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9789381039175
Code: NI25
Pages: 132
Price: Rs. 1,495.00   US$ 150.00

Published: 2013
Publisher: NIIR PROJECT CONSULTANCY SERVICES
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Paint is any liquid, liquefiable, or mastic composition that, after application to a substrate in a thin layer, converts to a solid film. It is most commonly used to protect, color, or provide texture to objects. Paint can be made or purchased in many colors—and in many different types, such as watercolor, artificial, etc. Paint is typically stored, sold, and applied as a liquid, but dries into a solid. Varnish is a transparent, hard, protective finish or film primarily used in wood finishing but also for other materials. Varnish is traditionally a combination of a drying oil, a resin, and a thinner or solvent. Varnish finishes are usually glossy but may be designed to produce satin or semi-gloss sheens by the addition of "flatting" agents. Varnish has little or no color, is transparent, and has no added pigment, as opposed to paints or wood stains, which contain pigment and generally range from opaque to translucent. The technology of paints, varnishes and allied products is changing rapidly and becoming more complex each day. The paint industry is an important segment of the chemical industry. Paint technology utilizes the science of chemistry, physics and engineering. The paint industry is broadly classified into decorative and industrial segment. Decorative paints consist 70% of market. Paints, varnishes, and allied product industry is gaining ground at a rapid pace in modern time accompanied with closed advance in surface coating technology. They are formulated for specific purposes like outside house paints and exterior varnishes are intended to give good service when exposed to weathering; interior wall paints are formulated to give excellent coverage.
The Rs 40,600-crore Indian paint industry is likely to see a 20 per cent compounded annual growth rate until 2016. The industry will reach the level of Rs 62,000 crore in the next two years. The rural market grew 20 per cent. Rural India’s incremental consumption expenditure is growing well. And, the rural sector has a major share of the decorative paints segment. In FY14, per capita consumption of paint increased to a little over four kg, of which the decorative segment contributed 73 per cent at Rs 29,638 crore. The remaining Rs 10,962 crore was contributed by the industrial segment. The unorganized sector has around 35 per cent of the paint market. In the unorganized segment, there are about 2,500 units. The future for industrial paints, varnishes and allied product is bright.
The content of the book includes information about Paint, Varnish & Allied Products. The major contents of this book are project profiles of projects like Paint industry in India, Acrylic emulsion paints, Aluminium Paint, Cement Paint, Industrial paint, N.C. Thinner, Oil Based Paint, Paint Additives, Red Oxide Paint, Stoving Paint, insulating Varnishes etc.
Project profile contains information like properties, B.I.S specification, market survey, manufacturing process, suppliers of raw material, process flow diagram, plant economics, land and building, plant and machinery, fixed capital, working capital requirement/month, total working capital/month, cost of project, total capital investment, turn over/annum, profit sales ratio, rate of return, breakeven point (B.E.P).
This book is very useful for new entrepreneurs, technical institutions, existing units and technocrats.

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1) INTRODUCTION
a) Types of Paint
b) Manufacture of Paints
c) Paint Properties
i)   Pigment Properties
ii) Dry Film Properties
iii) Mechanism of Film Formation
iv) Types of Coatings

2) PAINTS INDUSTRY IN INDIA

a) Paints & Varnishes
b) Titanium Dioxide

3) ACRYLIC EMULSION PAINTS

a) General Properties of Acrylic Paints
b) Application and Uses of Acrylic Paints
c) Properties and Testing
d) B.I.S. Specifications
e) Manufacturing Process
f) Basic Raw Materials Required
g) Basic Plant and Machineries Required
h) Most Probable General Formula of Acrylic base Emulsion Paints
i) Process
j) Process Flow Diagram
k) Raw Materials Suppliers
l) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Working Capital Requirement
vi) Raw Materials
vii) Total Working Capital
viii) Cost of Project
ix) Turn Over
x) Profit Sales Ratio
xi) Rate of Return
xii) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

4) ALUMINIUM PAINT

a) Properties
b) B.I.S. Specifications
c) Types Sampling and Test of Aluminium Paints
d) Aluminium Pigments
e) Market Survey
f) Manufacturing Process
g) Varnish Making
h) Formulation for Interior and Exterior Aluminium Paint
i) Raw Materials Supplier Addresses
j) Process Flow Sheet for Aluminium Paint
k) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Raw Materials
vi) Total Working Capital
vii) Cost of Project
viii) Total Capital Investment
ix) Turn Over
x) Profit Sales Ratio
xi) Rate of Return
xii) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

5) CEMENT PAINT

a) Product Description and Use
b) B.I.S. Specifications
i) Specifications for Cement Paints and Packaging
ii) Specifications for Portland cement
iii) Specifications for Cement Testing
iv) Specifications for Hydrated Lime
v) Specifications for Titanium Dioxide
vi) Specification for CaCl2, Calcium Stearate
c) Raw Materials
d) Formulations for Dry Cement Paint
e) Manufacturing Process of Cement Paint
f) Suppliers of Plant and Machineries
g) Process Flow Sheet
h) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Total Working Capital
vi) Cost of Project
vii) Total Capital Investment
viii) Turnover
ix) Profit Sales Ratio
x) Rate of Return
xi) Breakeven Point (B.E.P)

6) INDUSTRIAL PAINTS

a) Types of Paints
b) Types of Finishes
c) Market Trends
d) New Products & Technology
e) Raw Material
f) Formulation
g) Manufacturing Process
h) Process Flow Diagram
i) Suppliers of Raw Materials
j) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Total Working Capital
vi) Cost of Project
vii) Total Capital Investment
viii) Turn Over
ix) Profit Sales Ratio
x) Rate of Return
xi) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

7) N.C THINNER

a) Solvent
b) Types of N C Thinner
c) Properties & Characteristics
d) Applications & Advantages
e) Basic Raw Material
f) Manufacturing Process
g) Process Flow Diagram
h) Suppliers of Raw Material
i) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Raw Materials
vi) Total Working Capital
vii) Cost of Project
viii) Turn Over
ix) Profit Sales Ratio
x) Rate of Return
xi) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

8) OIL BASED PAINT

a) Properties
b) Components of Various Types of Surface Coatings
c) B.I.S. Specifications
d) Typical Formulations
e) Market Survey
f) Raw Material
g) Manufacturing Process
h) Process Flow Diagram
i) Suppliers of Raw Material
j) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Total Working Capital
vi) Cost of Project
vii) Total Capital Investment
viii) Turn Over
ix) Profit Sales Ratio
x) Rate of Return
xi) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

9) PAINT ADDITIVES

a) Properties of Dispersing and Anti-Settling Agent
b) Properties of Thickness
c) B.I.S. Specifications
d) Manufacturing Process of Hydrogenated Castor Oil
e) Basic Raw Material Required
f) Basic Plant and Machineries Required
g) Manufacturing Processing Diagram
h) Manufacturing Process of Butyl Acrylate
i) Basic Raw Materials Required
j) Basic Plant and Machineries Required
k) Manufacturing Process Flow Diagram
l) Manufacturing Process of Aluminium Palmitate
m) Basic Raw Material Required:-1. Aluminium Hydroxide Or Oxide.
n) Basic Plant and Machinery Required
o) Manufacturing Process Flow Diagram
p) Few Name of The Suppliers of Raw Material
q) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Working Capital Requirement
vi) Raw Materials
vii) Total Working Capital
viii) Cost of Project
ix) Total Capital Investment
x) Turn Over
xi) Profit Sales Ratio
xii) Rate of Return
xiii) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

10) PAINT INDUSTRY

a) Composition of Paints
b) Types of Paints
c) Types of Finishes
d) Composition of Paints
e) Additives used in Paints
f) Composition of Distemper
g) Uses and Categories of Enamel Paint
h) Advantages of Synthetic Enamel Paint
i) Market survey
j) Major Paint Manufacturers
k) Basic Raw Materials
l) Manufacturing Process
m) Process Flow Diagram
n) Suppliers of Raw Materials
o) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Working Capital Requirement
vi) Raw Materials
vii) Total Working Capital
viii) Cost of Project
ix) Total Capital Investment
x) Turn Over
xi) Profit Sales Ratio
xii) Rate of Return
xiii) Break Even Point (B.E.P.)

11) RED OXIDE PAINT

a) Properties
b) B.I.S. Specification
c) Market Position and Trend
d) Flow Sheet
e) Manufacturing of Red Oxide Paint
f) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Raw Materials
vi) Total Working Capital
vii) Cost of Project
viii) Total Capital Investment
ix) Turn Over
x) Profit Sales Ratio
xi) Rate of Return
xii) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

12) STOVING PAINT

a) Properties
b) Uses and Application
c) B.I.S. Specification
d) Manufacturing Process
e) Manufacturing Formula
f) Manufacturing Process Flow Diagram
g) Plant Economics
i) Rated Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Ra W Materials
vi) Total Working Capital
vii) Cost of Project
viii) Total capital Investment
ix) Turn Over
x) Profit Sales Ratio
xi) Rate of Return
xii) Break Even Point (B.E.P)

13) INSULATING VARNISH

a) Introduction
b) Properties
c) Uses & Applications
d) B.I.S. Specification
e) Process of Manufacture for Air Dry Type Insulating Varnish
f) Basic Raw Materials Required
g) Basic Plant & Machineries Required
h) Most Probable General Formula of Insulating ASPHALT Resin
i) Process
j) Process Flow Diagram of Asphalt Varnishes
k) Suppliers of Raw Materials
l) Plant Economics
i) Plant Capacity
ii) Land & Building
iii) Plant & Machinery
iv) Fixed Capital
v) Working Capital Requirement
vi) Raw Materials
vii) Total Working Capital
viii) Cost of Project
ix) Total Capital Investment
x) Turn Over
xi) Profit Sales Ratio
xii) Rate of Return
xiii) Break Even Point (B.E.P)













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Acrylic Emulsion Paints

Paints and coating materials normally consist of a physical mixture of binders, pigments, extenders, additives, and solvents. Depending on the method of application and area of use, the solids content may reach 80 wt%, the proportion of pigment may reach 60% of the solids content. The technologically most important component is the binder (or binder mixture). Binders may be classified as physically or chemically drying according to their film-forming mechanism.

Physically drying paints are solutions of thermoplastic polymers with molecular masses exceeding 20,000 on account of their low solubility they have a high solvent content (> 60%) and low solids content. Chemically drying paints have a fairly low solvent content (30 – 60%) and high solids content because the polymer network is formed by cross-linking of the binder (Mr Ca. 800-10,000) to form thermosetting coatings. Oxidative drying paints contain alkyl groups and reactive double bonds, and cross-link by absorbing oxygen and forming ether bridges.

Normally paints are also classified according to the nature of the principal binder and its associated film properties; e.g., alkyd, acrylic, polyester, nitrocellulose, epoxy, and oil-based paints. The method of application, surface properties, and intended use are also utilized for classification. Since the beginning of the 1980s environmental requirements have become increasingly important for two main reasons, especially in the case of paints with low material transfer (application) efficiencies

    (1)   Avoidance of the use of toxic, carcinogenic, mutagenic, or teratogenic organic solvents.

    (2)   Drastic and in some cases legally imposed reduction of solvent contents.

Legal regulations have resulted in a sharp rise in the solids content and a reduction in the solvent content of the most important paints systems. Among solvent borne paints, high-solids paints have enjoyed the largest growth rate ; in the Federal Republic of Germany production of this type of paint rose by 32% between 1988 and 1989, whereas the production of all solvent borne paints increased by only 3%. A sharp drop in high-solvent paints is to be expected in the United States and Europe. The definitions of “low” and high-solids” paints differ. For example, the verb and der Deutschen Lackindustrie (Association of the German Paint Industry) defines “high-solids” paints as paints with a no aqueous (i.e., organic) solvent content of less than 30 wt%, whereas the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States defines “high-solids” paints as having volatile organic contents of < 2.8 pounds/gallon (336 g/L).

Typical examples of low-solids paints (solvent content usually > 60 wt%) are :

    (1)   Metallic (effect) base paints for mass production of automobiles and touch-up finishes

    (2)   Thermoplastic coatings

    (3)   Coatings for the electronics and opt-electronics industries

Of these three groups metallic basecoats are quantitatively the most important. Technical reasons for the high solvent content of these paint systems include the need for thin layer thickness (e.g., when applying paint with a spin coater). Secondly, binders such as polyamides for electrical insulation coatings and thermoplastic acrylic resins have low solubility. Finally, in some cases (e.g., in metallic basecoats) a high solvent content is needed to optimize rheological behaviour. Rheological factors limit the reduction of the solvent content, particularly when coatings vertical surfaces. Significant improvements can often only be achieved by replacing organic solvents with water. For example, the solvent borne metal effect paints used in the automobile industry are increasingly being replaced by waterborne paint systems with a reduction in the solvent content in the paint to ca. 10% based on 25% solids.

General Properties of Acrylic Paints

General Properties: Paints containing acrylic resins as binders have been known since the 1930s. They are now one of the largest product classes in the paint and coatings sector.

Polyacrylates as binders consist of copolymers of acrylate and methacrylate esters. Other unsaturated monomers (e.g., styrene and vinyl toluene) may also be incorporated, but usually to a lesser extent. Copolymers formed exclusively from acrylates and/or methacrylates are termed pure acrylics. The co monomers differ as regards the alcohol residues of the ester group, which also allow incorporation of additional functional groups. Choice of suitable monomers allows wide variation of the physical and chemical properties of the resulting polymer. Hydrophilicity, hydrophobicity, and acid-base properties can be adjusted; resins containing hydroxyl, amine, epoxy, or isocyanate groups can also be produced.

The resin product may be solids, solutions in organic solvents or water, emulsions, or dispersions.

Acrylate resins have several advantages over other paint binders:

    (1)   Polyacrylates are only slightly attacked by chemicals, and confer a high degree of resistance to paints.

    (2)   Polyacrylates are colourless, transparent, and do not yellow, even after prolonged thermal stress.

    (3)   Polyacrylates do not absorb above 300 nm and are therefore not degraded by UV radiation (as long as they do not contain styrene or similar compounds).

    (4)   Polyacrylates do not have unstable double bonds.

    (5)   Polyacrylates have outstanding gloss and gloss retention.

    (6)   Acrylates, and especially methacrylates, are stable to hydrolysis.

The following properties of the coatings can be ascribed to individual monomers. Methyl methacrylate promotes weather resistance, light fastness, hardness, gloss, and gloss retention. Styrene increases hardness and resistance to water, chemicals, and salt spray, but reduces light fastness and gloss retention. Alkylacrylates and alkyl methacrylates impart flexibility and hydrophobicity, while acrylic acid and methacrylic acid improve adhesion to metals.

The increasing importance of environmental considerations places new requirements on paint resins and has broadened the range of paint systems. Paints are now required that have a low solvent content (medium-solids, high-solids coatings) or are solvent-free (powder coatings), that can be adjusted by dilution with water (waterborne paints), and that are thermoplastic or capable of undergoing cross-linking. All of these properties must be obtained via the polymer structure of the binders. Important parameters are described below.

The glass transition temperature (Tg) affects adhesion, flaking and peeling from the substrate, crack formation, and resistance to impact shock. In acrylates adjustment of Tg is achieved relatively easily via the ratio of methyl methacrylate (Tg of the homopolymer + 105º C) to n-butyl acrylate (Tg of the homopolymer-54ºC). The Tg also influences properties of dispersions and the viscosity of solutions. A high Tg value is associated with a faster drying rate. In the low molecular mass range (< ca. 6000), which is of interest particularly for high-solids paints, the Tg depends on the cross-linking density.

The styrene content in the binder reduces resistance to yellowing and weathering, but improves resistance to chemicals, hydrophobic properties, adhesion, and pigment wetting. Styrene is therefore largely avoided in topcoat paints for exterior use and in clear coats.

The development of low-solvent (high-solids) paints requires resins with a very low viscosity. The principal viscosity-determining parameters for such binders are the molecular mass and molecular mass distribution. Oligomers with a molecular mass of ca. 1000-3000 are required for high-solids paints. An acrylate binder with a molecular mass of 1,00,000 can be processed to form a paint with 12.5% solids content at the application viscosity; a molecular mass of ca. 6000 results in a paint with 50% solids content. A narrow molecular mass distribution is beneficial in achieving low viscosity. However, the mechanical properties of paint are favoured by a high molecular mass. Low molecular mass binders that cross link after application are therefore used exclusively for high-solids paints. When it is applied, the paint contains low-viscosity oligomers; a highly polymeric system is formed after cross linking and curing. Further possibilities of reducing the viscosity include specific interactions between the binder molecules and choice of a low-viscosity solvent that does not interact significantly with the resin. The melt viscosity is an especially important criterion in powder coatings; acrylic resins have disadvantages in this respect when compared with polyesters.

Incorporation of functional groups in the polymer skeleton is necessary for the production of dispersions. Most free carboxyl groups. Water thin ability is achieved by neutralizing the acid groups with aqueous alkali or amines. Binders may also contain basic nitrogen-containing groups; dispersion can then occur after neutralization (e.g., with acetic or lactic acid). Since the viscosity of dispersions is very low irrespective of the molecular mass, polymers of very high molecular mass, polymers of very high molecular mass are generally used; dispersions are therefore ideal for physically drying coatings.

Solvent emission from paints can be reduced without lowering the molecular mass by using non aqueous dispersions (NAD). Acrylates have been described as binders for NADs, but apart from a low viscosity they offer few advantages over conventional coatings and moreover must complete with high-solids paints and powder coatings.

Application and Uses of Acrylic Paints

Acrylic paints are used in many different areas and applied by all commonly used methods. Recent developments (low-solvent paints and aqueous dispersions) require special formulation. The largest application sector of acrylate binders are emulsion paints for ceilings, walls, and building fronts. These emulsion paints are generally physically drying and only contain a small amount of binder; the main constituents are pigments and extenders. Acrylate dispersions for paints have a good water vapor permeability and good water resistance.

Acrylic resins have been used in the automotive sector since 1957. They are now important binders in automotive finishes and topcoats, and have replaced alkyd resins in many cases. Advantages for automotive finishes and coatings are high transparency, weather resistance, gloss retention, and yellowing stability. Automotive finishes are always cross-linked; melamine resins are generally used as hardeners, polyisocyanates are being increasingly used for clear coats. Automotive fillers and metallic basecoats may be formulated with acrylate dispersions to reduce solvent emission. Solvent-containing system are, however, still indispensable in the topcoat sector.

Properties and Testing

Anyone wishing to test the quality of paint or coating quickly realizes that only a few properties can be accurately scientifically defined. In many cases there is a good correlation between defined physical properties and the behaviour of interest to the scientist or practitioner. In some cases, however, it is impossible to obtain such a correlation. A large number of laboratory testing methods have therefore been developed for paints and coatings that are intended to simulate in-use conditions. These testing methods are often similar but their results are not fully comparable. Standard manuals provide a good overview of available test methods.

B.I.S. Specifications

for further detail, please contact....

M/S. Bureau of Indian Standards,

9, MANAK BHAVAN,

B.S. ZAFAR MARG,

NEW DELHI - 110 002.

Tel: (091) (11) 23230131, 23233375, 23239402.

Fax: 011-23234062, 23239399

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: http://www.bis.org.in

Note: The use of the Standard Mark is governed by the provisions of the Bureau of Indian Standard Act - 1986 and the Rules and Regulation made there under. The Standard Mark on products covered by an Indian Standard conveys the assurance that they have been produced to comply with the requirements of that standard under a well defined system of inspection, testing and quality control which is devised and supervised by BIS and operated by the producer. Standard marked products are also continuously checked by B.I.S. for conformity to that standard as a further safeguard. Details of conditions under which a license for the use of the Standard Mark may be granted to manufacturers or producers may be obtained from the Bureau of Indian Standards.

Manufacturing Process

Basic Raw Materials Required:

     1.   Pigments

     2.   Acrylic Acid or Ester or Acrylate

     3.   Aluminium Oleate

     4.   Hydrogenated Castor Oil

     5.   Ethylene Glycol

     6.   Propylene Glycol

     7.   Tributyl Phosphate

     8.   Potassium Tripolyphosphate

     9.   Zinc Phosphate

    10.   Water

    11.   Printed Metallic/Plastic Containers

Basic Plant and Machineries Required:-

     1.   Dispenser

     2.   Scales

     3.   Pre mixer, Dissolver

     4.   Movable Container

     5.   Pump

     6.   Ball Mill

     7.   Paste Mixer

     8.   End Product Mixer

     9.   Filter

    10.   Sieve

    11.   Container/Storage Tank

    12.   Automatic Filling Weighing and Packing Machine

    13.   Mixing Machine

Most Probable General Formula of Acrylic base Emulsion paints

Pigment                                                             10%

Acrylic Acid                                                        10%

Aluminium Oleate                                                5%

Hydrogenated Castor Oil                                     5%

Ethylene Glycol                                                  25%

Propylene Glycol                                                25%

Tributyl Phosphate                                              2%

Potassium Tripolyphosphate                               2%

Zinc Oxide                                                          1%

Water                                                                 15%

Process

Take above all the materials from store by weight. Keep all the materials separately with their serial use.

Take pigments by weight and put it in the ball mill to ground it and pass it through the shifting sieve and make powder below 300 meshes. Store it in the storage tank. Now put Acrylic Acid in the premixer. Add ethylene glycol and propylene glycol in the premixer and agitate the premixer at 200 rpm, such that acrylic acid mixes homogeneously in the solvent. Now add aluminium oleate in the premixer and mix it at 200 rpm, such that a homogeneous mixed solution formed. Now add Zinc oxide to the premixer and agitate continuously such that a homogeneous mixed product formed. Now keep on mixing another hour after last product addition.

Take water in the premixer where add potassium tripolyphosphate and agitate the mixer till it form uniform homogeneous mixed product. After that add tributylphosphate to the water and mix it till it forms a homogeneous mixed product. Heat the mixed product to 90°C and add hydrogenated castor oil to it with agitation 200 rpm, till a homogeneous mixed product formed.

Now put both the mixed product (solvent base and water base mixed product) in the dispenser and agitate the dispenser at 400 rpm, such that both the product mixed together and formed homogeneous mixed product. Now add slowly pigments in the mixer with the agitation of 400 rpm, till the complete addition of the pigments. After complete addition of pigment agitate the mixed product another 12 hours such that it will form optimum viscosity. Check the product quality then fill in the printed packing material according to required weight. It may be vary from 1 Kg to 20 Kgs by automatic filling and sealing machine. Store the product for marketing.

Raw Materials Suppliers

M/s. Alka Minerals & Chemicals

25, DSIDC Sheds,

Jhilmil Industrial Area,

G. T. Road, Shahadara,

Delhi-110 095.

Ph.: 011-22271104, 22285830.

Fax: 011-25719220, 25756148.

E-mail: [email protected]

M/s. Indian Aluminium Co. Ltd.

1, Middleton Street,

Jeevan Deep Building,

1st Floor,

Kolkata-700 071.

West Bengal.

Ph.: 033-22402210, 22809710.

Fax: 033-22473808, 22884808.

E-mail: [email protected]

Web: www.indal.com

M/s. Taurus Chemicals (P) Ltd.

318, Swapnalok Complex,

92/93, S. D. Road,

Secunderabad-500 003.

Andhra Pradesh.

Ph.: 040-27814501, 27814502, 27811022.

Fax: 040-27849170.

E-mail: [email protected]

Web: www.tauruschemicals.com

M/s. H. K. Finechem Ltd.

201, Aniket, C. G. Road,

Navrangpura,

Ahmedabad-380 009.

Gujarat.

Ph.: 079-26468752, 26402429.

Fax: 079-26460910.

M/s.VVF Ltd.

Opp. Sion Fort Garden,

109, Sion (E),

Mumbai-400 022.

Ph.: 022-24073221, 24073222, 24030802.

Fax: 022-24091554, 24073771.

E-mail: [email protected]

Web: www.vvfltd.com

M/s. Acme Synthetic Chemicals

Next to Ram Mandir,

Ram Mandir Road,

Goregaon (W),

Mumbai-400 104.

Ph.: 022-28724258, 28722581, 28785753.

Fax: 022-287299178.

E-mail: [email protected]

Web: www.acmechem.com

M/s. Naren Chemicals

Plot No. 562, Phase II,

Opp. Railway Station,

G.I.D.C. Industrial Estate,

Vatva, Ahmedabad-382 445.

Gujarat

Ph.: 079-25893896.

Fax: 079-25893896.

E-mail: [email protected]

M/s. Rita Corp.

21, Chewool Wadi, 1st Floor,

Dr. M. B. Velkar’s Street,

Kalbadevi Road,

Mumbai-400 002.

Ph.: 022-22056895, 28894226.

Ph.: (R) 022-28899598.

Fax: 022-28894226.

E-mail: [email protected]

Web: www.ritacorporation.com

M/s. Hydrochem Chemicals P. Ltd.

Hydrochem House, Gautam Nagar,

U. S. Nagar, Kashipur-244 713.

Uttaranchal.

Ph.: 05947-274874, 278496.

Fax: 05947-278496.

E-mail: [email protected]

M/s. Aamaan Industries

D-4, 549, Marmik Society,

Sector 5, Charkop,

Kandivali (W),

Mumbai-400 067.

Ph.: 022-56004715.

Fax: 022-56004715.

E-mail: [email protected]

PLANT ECONOMICS

Rated Plant capacity          =      10.00 MT/day

                                         =      3000.00 MT/annum

                                                 ACRYLIC EMULSION PAINTS

Basis

No. of working days           =      25 days/month

                                         =      300 days/annum

No. of shifts                      =      3 per day

One shift                            =      8 hours

LAND & BUILDING TOTAL                                                                                Rs.       259 Lakh

PLANT & MACHINERY

     1.   Ball Mill

     2.   Moveable Balance (Electronic

     3.   Automatic Filling Weighing and Packing Machine

     4.   Conveyor Belt with driving motor, pully,

     5.   Close Dispensers

     6.   Jacketed Close Premixer

     7.   Moveable Containers

     8.   Storage Vessels

     9.   Mixing Machine Containing Alfa blade as agitator inside volume of the mixer

    10.   Driving motors and reducing Gear.

    11.   Filtration Unit. Notch type filter Surface area

    12.   Sifter Sieves (Containing 300 mesh Sieve)

           Boiler 2 MT Capacity Steam

           Pumps

           Effluent Treatment Equipments

           Laboratory Equipment

           Maintenance Equipment

           Miscellaneous Machinery                                                     TOTAL         Rs.       150 Lakh

FIXED CAPITAL

     1.   LAND & BUILDING                                                                                 Rs.       259 Lakh

     2.   PLANT & MACHINERY                                                                           Rs.       150 Lakh

     3.   OTHER FIXED ASSETS                                                                         Rs.       112 Lakh

                                                                                                                        TOTAL   Rs.      521 Lakh

WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT/MONTH

RAW MATERIALS

     1.   Pigment

     2.   Acrylic Acid

     3.   Aluminium Oleate

     4.   Hydrogenated Castor Oil

     5.   Ethylene Glycol

     6.   Propylene Glycol

     7.   Tributyl Phosphate

     8.   Potassium Tripolyphosphate

     9.   Zinc Oxide

    10.   Printed Packing Material

    11.   Lab Chemicals

    12.   Miscellaneous Chemicals                                                     TOTAL         Rs.       315.6 Lakh

TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL/MONTH

     1.   RAW MATERIAL                                                                                     Rs.       315.6 Lakh

     2.   SALARY & WAGES                                                                                Rs.          9.69 Lakh

     3.   UTILITIES & OVERHEADS                                                                      Rs.          1.1 Lakh

                                                                                                                        TOTAL   Rs.      326.39 Lakh 

COST OF PROJECT

           TOTAL FIXED CAPITAL                                                                          Rs.       326.39 Lakh

           MARGIN MONEY                                                                                   Rs.          2.41 Lakh

                                                                                                                        TOTAL   Rs.      328.8 Lakh

TOTAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT

           TOTAL FIXED CAPITAL                                                                          Rs.       326.39 Lakh

           TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL FOR 3 MONTHS                                           Rs.          9.67 Lakh

                                                                                                     TOTAL         Rs.       336.06 Lakh

           TURN OVER/ANNUM                          =            908 Lakh

           PROFIT SALES RATIO                       =            25.06%

           RATE OF RETURN                              =            34.92%

           BREAK EVEN POINT (B.E.P)              =            33.36%

 


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