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Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Wood plastic composite is good to solve the problem arises in the environment as there is scope of use of agricultural waste product to make WPC. One can use waste polypropylene or polyethylene, or it may be used virgin polypropylene or polyethylene, waste wood flour, rice husk, plastic additives like (DOP, DBP etc) to produce WPC. There are different percentages of raw material used for the production of pallets decking, out door furniture like park bench, windows and door shutter frames etc. This product is manufactured by using automatic imported machineries or by using indigenous machines. . Plastic coated wooden furniture has good market demand as well as good looking and good appearance. Self-life of the product is very high. It can be easily handled. As a whole this type of product have good market demand and it can be concluded that any new entrepreneur may enter into this field will be successful. Uses and Applications It can be used to make pallets, for making deck, for making out door furniture like park benches, to make school benches, door and windows frames. It can be used for making of windows and door shutter frames, for making items floor teak and indoor furniture, to make laminated sheets. It can also be used for making room partition. Market Survey Wood plastic composites are an important and growing segment of the forest products industry. This industry segment has grown in double digit percentages annually for the past decade. In North America, the WPC market has been dominated by rail and decking products while in Europe more emphasis has been placed on automotive applications. In China and other parts of Asia, the WPC market is beginning to experience considerable growth along with a wider variety of product offerings including pallets, doors, and architectural moldings. There is fairly demand of the wood plastic composite. Current hot issues in WPC technology are weight reduction of the products and enhancement of mechanical properties for structural uses. It can be concluded that there will be good manufacturing demand of the product. There is good scope for few new entrepreneurs may enter into this field will be successful.
Plant capacity: 3840 Kgs./DayPlant & machinery: Rs.75 Lakhs
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Return: 43.00%Break even: 45.00%
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CALCIUM D SACCHARATE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

INTRODUCTION It is the normal calcium salt of D-saccharic acid, a dicarboxylic sugar acid derived from the oxidation of D-gluconic acid. Calcium D-saccharate is a true chemical compound formerly called calcium saccharate and produced by the action of lime upon sugar. PROCESS Calcium D-glucarate is made by combining glucaric acid with calcium salt. Uses and Application Pharmaceutic aid (stabilizer for calcium gluconate solutions). As plasticizer in cement, concrete, mortar. It is used in medical application, used as dietary supplement. Calcium D saccharate is used as an anti-toxin, speeding the elimination of pesticides, carcinogens, estrogens and even steriods from the body. Calcium D-saccharate could conceivably reduce water retention (bloat), body fat and cancer risk by way of superior estrogen elimination. Properties Calcium D Saccharate is odorless, tasteless crystals or fine white powder. It is stable to air. Becomes anhydrous upon heating at 100° in vacuum. Practically, insoluble in water, alcohol, ether. Soluble in dilute mineral acids and in calcium gluconate solutions. Molecular Formula: C6H8CaO8 Molecular Weight: 248.20 Percent Composition: C 29.03%, H 3.25%, Ca 16.15%, O 51.57% Line Formula: CaC6H8O8 Indian produces around 260 metric tons per annum several unit produces Calcium D Saccharate in multi product facility.
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METHYL METHACRYLATE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Methyl methacrylate (MMA) is an organic compound with the formula CH2=C(CH3)COOCH3. This colourless liquid, the methyl ester of methacrylic acid (MAA) is a monomer produced on a large scale for the production of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) but another major application is in surface coatings. MMA is also used as co monomer in methyl methacrylate butadiene styrene resins, used as a modifier for polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Methyl Methacrylate Monomer offers significant advantages as an additive in a wide range of copolymer-based products and is used in molding and extruded resins and extruded sheet (PMMA), in mineral surface composites, and coatings. Emerging uses of MMA in digital signboards and displays in the advertising industry and in optical applications such as LCD, LED screens, and flat panel displays in the electronics industry are stimulating growth in the market. Growing healthcare spending is spurring demand for PMMA in the production of medical devices. MMA is used for the production of pure or almost pure homopolymers (PMMA), but there is also wide variety of copolymer uses. Within the PMMA consumption categories, the largest is for cast and extruded transparent acrylic sheet (PMMA sheet). Liquid crystal displays : Acrylics is used in Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) and the current and projected growth for large LCD screens for home theatre etc. has been a major driver for MMA expansions, especially in Asia, where virtually all the LCD manufacturing market is now concentrated. Moulding resins : MMA is used in the production of moulding resins (excluding the resin beads prepared for extruded acrylic sheet production). Most of the final products are destined for automotive parts and electrical appliances. Surface coatings : MMA is used for the production of surface coatings, both for industrial solvent based systems and increasingly, for water based acrylic dispersions for domestic and industrial use. MMA is used in water based acrylic dispersions for exterior masonry and wood coatings and semi gloss emulsions for interior decorative coatings. Gujarat State Fertiliser Company (GSFC) is the only producer of MMA in India. Installed capacity of 5,000 metric tonne per annum of MMA, along with plants for PMMA sheets (2,000 metric tonne per annum) and PMMA pellets (1,500-metric tonne per annum ). The consumption pattern of MMA in India differs from that of the rest of the world. The major use of the monomer in India is in the coatings industry, which accounts for about 70% of total consumption. Only 12% of total consumption is for making PMMA sheets and mouldings. Other applications include small uses of textile auxiliaries, sizing materials, modifier for PVC modifiers etc. With over 70% of Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) used in the production of Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA), the growing demand for PMMA against the backdrop of strong electronics production is benefiting growth in the MMA market. The growth in the market is also benefiting from emerging new applications of MMA, and its derivatives in a wide range of industries. Construction and automotive industries represent other major end-users of MMA in addition to electronics. Recovery in global GDP is poised to benefit consumption of MMA and its derivatives in architecture and construction, guided by the improving investments in residential and commercial construction projects. Stable automobile production trends worldwide are also expected to help boost global consumption of MMA. Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) is expected to emerge as a substitute for existing medical polymers, against the backdrop of growing concerns over the health hazards caused by the use of PVC and polypropylene in addition to low biocompatibility issues. The presence of phthalate plasticizers in PVC is generating significant interest in PMMA in the healthcare industry. The growing use of plastics as a result of the increased focus on manufacturing light vehicles is helping spur demand for MMA/PMMA in automobile production. Stringent vehicle emission norms worldwide will additionally lend traction to growth in this sector. The automotive industry is one of the largest end user of MMA especially in molding and extrusion compounds. The use of MMA/PMMA in automotive plastics in addition to weight reduction also helps minimize vehicle vibration, cabin insulation, noise control, and enhance aesthetics. Specialty products such as optical-grade plexiglass, compact disk plexiglass and radiation shielding plexiglass are expected to offer lucrative growth potential. PMMA liquid membrane roofing system is a major advancement in the market, used in a wide range of applications including plaza decks, garden roofs, small roofs and irregular shaped roofs. The PMMA liquid membrane system is widely used in roofing crews owing to several benefits such as substrate compatibility, ease of use, speed and versatility
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Biodiesel - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Biodiesel (chemically known as fatty acid methyl ester) is an alternative fuel to conventional diesel (obtained from crude petroleum). When vegetable oil or animal fat is chemically reacted with an alcohol (methanol) and catalyst(caustic soda or caustic potash or sodium methoxide), biodiesel is produced along with glycerineas by product. This process is called transesterification. Biodiesel fuel has chemical properties that are similar to conventional diesel fuel and does not require any engine modifications or new equipment to enable its use as a blend stock or substitute for conventional diesel.Unlike conventional diesel fuel, biodiesel is renewable fuel and significantly reduces levels of harmful pollutants and global warming gases. The feedstock (vegetable oil and fats) include the following • Vegetable oils produced from oil seeds (like rape seeds / canola, soybean, sunflower, palm, jatropha, corn, cotton seed, etc) • Oil obtained from algae • Used cooking oil and grease (yellow, brown, etc) • Animal fat (beef tallow, poultry fat, pork fat, etc) • Fatty acids including palm fatty acid distillate • Wastes (e.g. waste oils, food processing wastes, etc), agricultural residues (straw, corn stover, etc), forestry residues and novel feedstocks, such as algae. Current R&D on biofuels is mainly focused on: • Developing cost-competitive advanced technologies to convert wastes into fuels; • Producing fuels with advanced properties that are compatible with existing engines and infrastructures (for air, long-distance freight, and shipping). However, biofuels production cannot be viewed in isolation. Biofuels are part of a growing global bioindustry, driven by the need to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, to decelerate climate change, increase fuel security and develop a greater range of bioproducts. With a growing global population, mean there is increasing local and global competition for land, feedstocks and water for food production (i.e. crops and livestock), non-food use (e.g. timber for construction), bioproducts (e.g. soaps, textiles, biopolymers, etc), and bioenergy (heat and power), as well as liquid biofuels. ? Selected producers of biodiesel in India • Universal Biofuels Pvt. Ltd • Southern Online Bio tech Ltd • Bannari Amman Sugars • My Ecoenergy • Emami Biotech Ltd To maximise the value of biomass resources, cascading production of bio products, liquid fuels and may be integrated in biorefineries. At the same time, biodiversity (species of plants and animals) need to be conserved, and forested areas must be protected as they act as important habitats and carbon sinks. In other words, the forests store large amounts of carbon in vegetation and soil. If areas are cleared for logging, grazing, crop production or constuction, the carbon is released into the atmosphere and habitat is lost. In order to ensure that communities, biodiversity and land are protected, a number of certification schemes and sustainability initiatives have been put in place for biofuels. These include initiatives by trade organisations, civil societies (NGOs), and government bodies. Further details are provided on the pages covering sustainability and certification of biofuels. In the coming decades, biofuels will be required for road, air, rail and shipping. An integrated biofuels strategy is required for meeting the competing needs of these different transport types at national and international level.
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Melamine - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Melamine is an organic compound that is often combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a synthetic polymer which is fire resistant and heat tolerant. Melamine resin is a very versatile material with a highly stable structure. Uses for melamine include whiteboard, floor tiles, kitchenware, fire retardant fabrics, and commercial filters. Melamine can be easily molded while warm, but will set into a fixed form. This property makes it ideally suited to certain industrial applications. Melamine resin is manufactured by mixing melamine with formaldehyde, and sometimes urea, under heat and pressure. The substances begin to polymerize and are forced into a mold which will create the desired shape. Under pressure, melamine releases water, which could make the plastic unstable if it is not removed. The materials finish polymerizing and create a finished product, melamine resin. Melamine resin is known as a thermoset plastic, because the plastic is fixed after molding. If exposed to enough heat, melamine will decompose. For this reason, melamine dishware should not be exposed to high temperatures like those in the oven and microwave. The plastic is able to withstand higher temperatures than other plastics, however. Because it is a thermoset plastic, melamine resin is difficult to recycle. Melamine is stable, when stored under normal warehouse conditions. Although not particularly hygroscopic, powdered melamine must still be protected from wetting because, like most powders, it will form lump over extended storage period. The use of melamine as fertilizer for crops had been envisaged during the '50s and '60s because of its high nitrogen content (2/3). However melamine is much more expensive to produce than other common nitrogen fertilizers, such as urea. To be effective as a fertilizer, it is essential that the plant nutrients are released or made available in a manner that matches the needs of the growing crop. The nitrogen mineralization process for melamine is extremely slow, making this product both economically and scientifically impractical for use as a fertilizer. New project proposal under implementation In India Company: Gujarat State Fertilisers & Chemicals Ltd.,(GSFC) Capacity: 40000 metric tonne per annum Project cost: Around Rs.1000 crore Location: Vadodara,Gujarat The contract has been signed for supply of knowhow, basic engineering and proprietary equipment with M/s. Casale, Switzerland. Project is planned to be operational in 2nd quarter of 2017-18. To check adulteration in milk and milk products, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has notified the maximum permissible level of the contaminant — melamine —in dairy products. According to the notification, FSSAI has imposed a permissible limit of 1 mg of melamine in every kg of powdered infant formula, 0.15 mg a kg in liquid infant formula and 2.5 mg a kg in other foods. This has been introduced in the Food Safety and Standards (Contaminants, Toxins & Residues) Amendments Regulations 2015. Global scenario Global production / demand (Period:2015):1.3 million metric tonne .China is the largest single participant in the melamine market, accounting for half of world consumption. Melamine capacity in China was 2.40 million metric tonne per annum in 2014, around 70% of the world total. China has around 29 melamine producers. Europe is the second largest melamine market, accounting for nearly 25% of world consumption. United States accounts for only about 4 to 5% of global melamine consumption. Melamine consumption structure consists of 50% laminates, followed by adhesives and resins for wood. The demand for melamine is likely to go up in tune with the performance of the laminate / plywood/ particle board industry, which in turn would increase in tune with the growth of the construction / furniture industry . During the next few years, global melamine consumption will grow at rate of about 4% per year, driven by China‘s growth and increases in other regions such as other Asian countries (not including Japan), Central and Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. Annual growth in Central and Eastern Europe is expected to be 3 to 4%, largely the result of increased production of laminates and wood adhesives. Consumption growth in Western Europe is forecast at more modest rate of 1 to 2% per year. Other Asian countries (excluding Japan) are expected to show good consumption growth at an average annual rate of 4%.
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Maltodextrin - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Maltodextrin is a mixture of glucose, maltose, oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. Maltodextrin is 15 to 20% dextrose equivalent and is produced by enzymatic hydrolysis of starch, followed by refining and spray-drying to moisture level of 3% to 5%. Maltodextrin is an artificial sugar (also known as a polysaccharide) that has a mild, sweet taste. It's usually created from corn and wheat but can also made from rice, potatoes and tapioca. While it's a commonly used food additive found in many types of packaged foods including seasonings, cake mixes and potato chips, the health effects of maltodextrin depend on the type and amount you consume. One type of maltodextrin is a simple carbohydrate. It contains calories and is used in supplements designed to provide a boost of energy. The second type resistant maltodextrin comes from the same source, but it goes through additional processing to make it indigestible. Resistant maltodextrin doesn’t provide energy, but it does deliver benefits similar to soluble fiber. The term maltodextrin applies to any starch hydrolysis product containing less than 20 glucose units, and, for this reason, maltodextrin refers to a family of products instead of a specific product. Applications Maltodextrin is a white powder often used in processed foods as a thickener or a filler since it is fairly inexpensive, as well as in pharmaceuticals as a binding agent. It is found in canned fruits, snacks, cereal, desserts, instant pudding, sauces, and salad dressings, spice mixes, soups and sauces, baked goods, yogurt, nutrition bars, sugar-free sweeteners and meal replacement shakes. Since it contains fewer calories than sugar, it's also found in sugar substitutes . Maltodextrin is used in coffee whiteners, imitation sour creams, imitation cheeses and whipped toppings. It is perfect for candy coating and soft-centre candies, for frosting and glazing, for nut and snack coating, in lozenges and for binding, plasticising and crystal inhibition. In hard candies, it improves the hygroscopic characteristics. Maltodextrin is usually used in such small amounts that it doesn't have a significant impact in terms of the amount of protein, fat, carbohydrate, or fiber that it adds to foods. It is easy and cheap to produce making it very appealing to food manufacturers. Indian demand and supply Maltodextrin is the least hygroscopic of all corn sweeteners due to its low dextrose equivalent (DE) i.e. low sugar content and exhibits high viscosity and contribute to the mouth feel and body due to presence of higher molecular weight saccharides. As a multi functional food additive, maltodextrin is used in food industry such as sweets, drink, beer, ice cream, preserved fruit, milk powder, malted milk, cake, biscuit and bread, as well as in medicine. Maltodextrin is the perfect instant food additive due to its free flexibility open structure, dispersibility in cold water, its ability to help maintain clarity and eye-appeal. Maltodextrin increases the viscosity and prevents caking and crystallisation in the frozen foods such as ice cream. Maltodextrin is a more expensive product but the quantity needed is much less than of ordinary glucose. It can be used in products which require increased nutritive bulk without substantially affecting the flavour of sweetness balance. Maltodextrin is used particularly for production of spray dried infant food product. Indian producers include the following: • Gujarat Ambuja Exports Ltd., Gujarat • Prathista Biotech,Andhra Pradesh • Riddhi Siddhi Starch & Chemicals Ltd.,Karnataka & Gujarat • Sahyadri Starch & Industries P Ltd.,Maharashtra • Santosh Starch, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu • Sukhjit Starch & Chemicals Ltd., Punjab Maltodextrin has gained acceptance in the food manufacturing industry owing to its easy miscibility, temperature tolerance, and bland taste. It can be formulated in any food, ranging from soup & sauces to sports drinks. Major drivers fuelling the growth are growing baby food and infant formula market. Infant food formula utilizes substantial amount of maltodextrin as it is easily digestible by kids. In addition, sports nutrition and meal replacement shakes that uses maltodextrin in large quantities are potential categories of maltodextrin application.. Maltodextrin demand is on rise due to robust market for food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic encapsulation sector that uses maltodextrin as a cell wall material for encapsulation of flavours, colours and pharmaceutical molecules. The present Indian demand for maltodextrin is much below the potential level. With the increasing economic growth and per capita consumption and higher consumer expectation, the demand for confectionery products and infant food sector would steadily increase in the coming years. Such growth would translate into steady increase in demand for maltodextrin in the country.
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Iron oxide

Iron oxide and oxide-hydroxide are widespread in nature, play an important role in many geological and biological processes, and are widely utilized by humans, e.g., as iron ores, pigments and catalysts in thermite. Common rust is a form of iron (III) oxide. Iron oxides are widely used as inexpensive, durable, pigments in paints, coatings and colored concretes. Colours commonly available are in the “earthy” end of the yellow/orange/red/brown/black range. Iron oxides are produced from ferrous sulfate by heat soaking, removal of water, decomposition, washing, filtration, drying and grinding. Chemical formula: Fe2O3. Appearance: Powder of size around 40 micron. Iron (III) oxide or ferric oxide is an inorganic compound with the formula Fe2O3. It is one of the three main oxides of iron. As the mineral known as hematite, Fe2O3 is the main source of the iron for the steel industry. Fe2O3 is ferromagnetic, dark red, and readily attacked by acids. Iron (III) oxide is often called rust. To some extent this label is useful, because rust shares several properties and has a similar composition. To chemists, rust is considered an ill-defined material, described as hydrated ferric oxide The overwhelming application of Iron (III) oxide is as the feedstock of the steel and iron industries, e.g. the production of iron, steel, and many alloys. Black iron oxide has the highest tint strength, generally achieving saturation at 6 percent dosage. Brown has a slightly lower tint strength, levelling -off at approximately 7 percent dosage, followed by 8 percent for red and 9 percent for yellow. The difference in colour/shade between one pigment and another is due to the surface structure of the particle. Pigments of the same family, such as reds for example, could have different undertone. Upon dilution with a white extender, reds may appear purple or pink. The reason for this is that a red pigment particle, depending on its structure, may reflect the red component of light plus a certain amount of blue (purple undertone) or some yellow (pink undertone). They are produced in either anhydrous or hydrated forms. Their range of hues includes yellows, reds, browns and blacks. The food-quality iron oxides are primarily distinguished from technical grades by their comparatively low levels of contamination by other metals; this is achieved by the selection and control of the source of the iron or by the extent of chemical purification during the manufacturing process. Applications Iron Oxide is a very fine powder of ferric oxide known as “jewellers rouge”, “red rouge”, or simply “rouge”. It is used to put the final polish on metallic jewellery and lenses, and historically as a cosmetic. Rouge is sold as a powder, paste, laced on polishing cloths or solid bar (with a wax or grease binder). Iron(III) oxide is also used as a pigment in cosmetics. Additionally, Iron oxides are used as pigments in dental composites alongside titanium oxides. Iron Oxide pigments are also used in paints and coatings; colour concentrates; and mulch. Iron oxide dispersant is one of many solutions used to purify water in water treatment facilities. It is considered to be a superior phosphate and zinc stabilizer stressed cooling water systems and an excellent iron and sludge dispersant in boilers. Compact pigment : Whereas inorganic binders do not disperse to 100% during the usual mixing times allowed, those prepared with organic wetting and deflocculating agents achieve excellent dispersion and hence provide high tinting strength in concrete products. Bayer developed compacted pigments which also incorporate organic dispersing agents. In making them, a pigment paste is pre-shaped (by the use of perforated rollers or matrices) and the prepared particles are rounded subsequently in granulation drums or on granulation plates. Comparison of natural iron oxide and synthetic iron oxide pigment The use of natural iron oxide pigment dates back centuries to prehistoric times and can be seen in cave paintings around the world. However, natural iron oxide pigments are nearly overshadowed by the synthetic variety, due to its consistency and superior tailor made properties. Synthetically prepared iron oxide pigment has been found to possess better texture, brilliance and staining power compared to natural pigment. When the colour of the paint is important, synthetic iron oxides are predominantly used because they have greater tinting strength than natural oxides. But in primers or undercoats, which are not so colour dependent as the finishing paints, natural iron oxide pigments may be used. Ceramics may also use natural oxides to provide colour for frits and glazes. Iron oxide pigment can be either produced in synthetic process or refined from naturally occurring ore deposits. A number of different processes have been developed for manufacturing synthetic iron oxide pigments. Important actually used production methods are as follows: • Laux process • Calcination process • Penniman process • Precipitation process Demand driver Iron oxide pigments are used in the coatings and colorants, construction, plastics and toner industries. The demand for iron oxide pigment would be mainly driven by the performance and growth of the paint and coating industry and polymer master batch sector. ? For more details: NIIR PROJECT CONSULTANCY SERVICES offers consultancy on various industrial and profitable projects with complete details of pre-feasibility, market survey, capital requirement, rate of return and breakeven point. The detailed project profile reports cover all the aspects of business, from analysing the market, confirming availability of various necessities such as plant & machinery, raw materials to forecasting the financial requirements. 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Petroleum Jelly - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Layout

Petroleum jelly or petrolatum was discovered as a paraffin-like material coating oil rigs. Since then, it has been used in various ointments and as a lubricant. Petroleum jelly is mixture of mineral waxes and oils that together lock moisture in skin, moisturizing it to repair and relieve dryness. They are stabilized in such fashion that the oil appears to form the internal phase, whereas the wax compound forms the external phase. Petroleum jelly is made by the waxy petroleum material that formed on oil rigs and distilling it. The lighter and thinner oil-based products make up petroleum jelly, also known as white petrolatum or simply as petrolatum. Robert Chesebrough is the chemist who devised and patented this process. Basically, the crude material undergoes vacuum distillation. The still residue is then filtered through bone char to yield petroleum jelly. At room temperature, petroleum jelly is an odourless semi-solid which consists of a mixture of hydrocarbons. Petroleum jelly has fibrous or grease like structure and also possess discreet drop point and penetration value . Petroleum jelly may be considered as microcrystalline wax which has absorbed the oil, resulting in an amorphous jelly like mass. It is mostly available in two colours namely white and yellow. Petroleum jelly is hugely versatile, and it’s used all over the world to protect and heal dry skin, from dry, cracked hands to hard skin on heels, as well as for beauty purposes, like softening the lips or highlighting the cheekbones. Application sector Petroleum jelly is an ingredient in many cosmetics and lotions. Originally it was marketed as a burn ointment. Petroleum jelly also may be applied to dry or chapped skin to seal in moisture. A variation known as red veterinary petroleum confers some protection against UV (ultraviolet) exposure and has been used as a sunscreen. • Pharmaceuticals/ Cosmetics industry • Jelly filled cable • Leather industry • Rubber industry • Other miscellaneous application including rust prevention etc. Petroleum jelly white / yellow IP uses are as follows: • Skin ointment / Skin cream • Hair Vaseline • Pain balm • Cold cream and cosmetic preparations • Ophthalmic ointment • Vaporub Ointment Indian demand: Various Cosmetics and pharmaceuticals are used by the large number of people in general for wounds, cuts, burns, skin diseases. In today’s business word, more and cosmetics industries are coming up and thereby increasing the demand for the raw materials like petroleum jelly. Hence it can be assumed that the petroleum jelly is having very good market potential in view of development of cosmetic & pharmaceutical industry in India. Present demand for petroleum jelly including export demand is around 70000 metric tonne per annum Growth rate in demand for 2021: 7% per annum Indian producers include the following: • Eastern Petroleum (P) Ltd., Maharashtra • Mahatha Petroleum (P) Ltd., Tamilnadu • Panama Petrochem Gujarat • Gandhar Oil Refinery Maharashtra • Asian Oil Company Maharashtra • Bhakti Petrochem P Ltd., Maharashtra • Unicorn Petroleum Inds P Ltd., Maharashtra • Kim Chemicals Ltd , Maharashtra Global petroleum jelly market Global supplies of microcrystalline wax and petroleum jelly continue to shrink due to the reduction in API Group I and specifically base oil Group I production capacity. On the other hand, demand for microcrystalline wax and petroleum jelly continues to be strong, helped by the recovery in many parts of the world. The resultant rise in prices has motivated wax de oilers, blenders, specialty wax producers to seek alternatives. The interplay of supply and demand drivers and the penetration of alternate materials will set the future direction of this product market. While natural and organic products account for a small percentage of the total skin care market, their share is growing faster than the general market.
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Bio Propylene Production Business

Bio Propylene Production Business. Bio-Based Poly Propylene (PP) Manufacturing Plant Propylene, has never been naturally directly produced by microorganisms and therefore, direct bio-production of propylene requires an artificial metabolic pathway. The largest source of propylene in the chemical industry is coproduction from naphtha or liquefied petroleum gas in ethylene steam crackers. The second largest amount of propylene comes from refineries as a byproduct from fluidized catalytic cracker (FCC) units that are operated for gasoline production. Biopolypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer commonly used in the packaging industry. Other uses include textiles, bottles, cube stickers, and even polymer banknotes. Because polypropylene shares many properties with polyethylene, they are commonly employed for similar uses. Polypropylene is especially resistant to fatigue, which is ideal for mobile plastic parts. Conventional polypropylene is made from petroleum in a process which results in large amounts of greenhouse gases. However, an alternative process has been developed which allows for its synthesis from sugar cane. No natural microorganism exists to convert renewable resources into propylene. Application Propylene is mainly used to manufacture polypropylene plastics for the packaging and the automobile industries. Conventional process Propylene production in refineries. Market Outlook The global bio PP market is expected to grow at a steady pace because of the regulations for reducing carbon emission in addition to consumer inclination toward using bio-based and eco-friendly products. Rising demand for lightweight materials, especially in the automotive industry, is expected to propel the market volume. The global bio-based polypropylene market size was estimated at USD 32.3 million in 2016 and is projected to register a CAGR of 5.1% over the forecast period. Increase in demand for lightweight automotive materials, particularly polymers, is expected to boost market growth over the coming years. With automobile manufacturers preferring eco-friendly polymers of late, the market is anticipated to receive a significant boost. Biobased Polypropylene (PP) Market by Application: 1) Textile 2) Injection 3) Films Bio based polypropylene has emerged as a substitute to synthetic polypropylene due to increasing environmental concerns regarding the use of latter. The health hazards associated with the production and use of polypropylene derived from fossil fuels have led to boost in the demand for bio based polypropylene. However, the bio based polypropylene market is currently in the nascent stage and is growing at a significant pace. The Bio-based Poly propylene (PP) market is in its nascent stage. However, given poly propylene’s wide range of applications, the demand for bio-based PP is expected to skyrocket. Moreover, the growing environmental concerns associated with the production and use of fossil fuel derived PP has prompted the need for a replacement for synthetic poly-propylene. The volatile price of petroleum-based chemicals is another crucial factor that serves to shift the inclinations of the consumer as well as the manufacturer towards bio-based chemicals. In terms of region, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa are the major markets for synthetic and bio-based polypropylene. Developing regions such as Asia Pacific, especially China and India, are the key markets for synthetic and bio-based polypropylene due to increasing demand in automotive and construction industries. U.S. is the major consumer of propylene due to growing demand from the end-user industries. Tags Production of Bio-Propylene, Bio-Based Propylene Production, Bio-Based Poly Propylene, Biopolypropylene, Bio Propylene Production Plant, Bio Polypropylene (PP), Production of Bio-Sourced Propylene, Production of Bio-Based Polypropylene, Bio-Based Propylene Industry, Production of Biopropylene, Bio Based Polypropylene Manufacture, Bio-Based Propylene Production, Bio Propylene Manufacturing Business, Bio Based Polypropylene Company, Propylene Production, Manufacturing Plant for Producing Bio Propylene, project profile on Bio Propylene Manufacturing Industry, Project Report on Bio Propylene Manufacturing Industry, Detailed Project Report on Bio-Based Propylene Production, Project Report on Bio-Based Propylene Production, Pre-Investment Feasibility Study on Bio-Based Propylene Production, Techno-Economic feasibility study on Bio-Based Propylene Production, Feasibility report on Bio-Based Propylene Production, Free Project Profile on Bio Propylene Production, Project profile on Bio Propylene Production, Download free project profile on Bio-Based Propylene Production
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Butyl Rubber (IIR) Production

Butyl Rubber (IIR) Production. Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing Industry Butyl rubber (IIR), also called isobutylene-isoprene rubber, a synthetic rubber produced by copolymerizing isobutylene with small amounts of isoprene. Valued for its chemical inertness, impermeability to gases, and weather ability, butyl rubber is employed in the inner linings of automobile tires and in other specialty applications. Butyl Rubber Applications Butyl rubber is one of the most commonly used rubber materials used in the manufacturing of a wide range of industrial rubber products. The remarkable properties of butyl rubber like excellent impermeability/air retention and good flex properties, make it a key polymer for a wide range of technical rubber applications. Below the use of butyl rubber in various applications: • Automotive Tires One of the most popular use of butyl rubber is in the making of automotive tires. The first commercial use of butyl rubber was seen in the tire inner tubes. Regular butyl provide excellent inflation pressure retention for truck, bicycle, industrial, agricultural and specialty tires. Butyl rubber is capable to produce more durable tubeless tires with the air retaining inner liner chemically bonded to the body of the tire. • Healthcare The demands for elastomers are extremely high in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors. Butyl rubber is usually preferred as it ensures protection of sterile pharmaceutical products against external contamination during use and storage. Butyl rubbers are widely used in pharmaceutical rubber products, like closures, stoppers, caps, seals for infusion containers, injection vials, blood collection tubes and other pharmaceutical bottles. Pharmaceutical stoppers and seals in various shapes and sizes are made using butyl rubber, which provides high cleanliness and gas/moisture barrier in these. • Industrial Applications The excellent properties of high damping, resistance to heat aging, resistance to ozone, and barrier properties make them perfect for manufacturing automotive vibration control, hoses and gaskets. Butyl rubbers are also used to improve formulations for conveyor belts, tank linings and condenser packaging. • Construction Butyl rubber is also used in the construction industry. Using butyl rubbers, the weather ability of asphalt, contact cement and sealant tapes can be improved. • Adhesives Use butyl rubbers to provide adhesive properties in tapes, valve cement, and flooring adhesives. • Consumer products Butyl rubbers are used in ball bladders for sports goods and electrical appliance condenser packing. Excellent air retention properties make butyl rubber a major component in bladders used in the sporting goods industry. Similarly the low permeability and chemical inertness of butyl rubber makes it ideal to make condenser packing for electrical appliances. Butyl rubber is used for making the gum base in chewing gums. Benefits • Low permeability to air, gases and moisture • Vibration damping • Low glass transition temperature • Low modulus elastomer • Low compression set • Resistance to aging and to weathering from atmospheric exposure • Wide vulcanization versatility • Fast cure rates • Processing safety: no nitrosamines or nitrosamines precursors • Broad range of durometer and tensile strength properties • Low filler content for specific gravity, cost-effective compounding Halogenated Butyl Rubber Halogenated butyl rubber extend the usefulness of butyl rubber by providing much higher curing rates and enabling co vulcanization with general purpose rubbers such as natural rubber and styrene butadiene rubber (SBR). Halogenation of butyl rubber with bromine produces rubber which is particularly suitable for the tire industry, wherever low permeability to gases and liquids is required, e.g., tire inner liners, hoses, seals and membranes. It is also suitable for pharmaceutical stoppers and rubber articles needing good resistance to chemicals, weathering, and ozone, such as tank linings, conveyor belts, and protective clothing. Market Outlook Butyl rubber is a type of synthetic rubber mostly used in tires and tubes, as it possesses special properties such as permeability to gas, excellent resistance to heat, chemicals & ozone and high low-temperature flexibility. Other than tires and tubes, butyl rubber is also used in sealants, adhesives, protective clothes, pharmaceutical stoppers, closures, vials & tubes, electrical cables, hoses and shoe soles. The application of butyl rubber has increased lately. Among various areas of application for butyl rubber, tires and tubes is constant in its position as the dominating segment in the global market. Butyl rubber has emerged as the most suitable product for storing pharmaceutical products. The inherent properties of butyl rubber makes it an obvious choice for stoppers and seals that are used to provide high cleanliness and gas barriers. Increasing spending on pharmaceutical applications, primarily owing to increasing health consciousness and demand for a high level of cleanliness is expected to provide substantial growth opportunities in the global butyl rubber market. The global butyl rubber market size was valued at USD 2.88 billion in 2016. Superior product properties in comparison to natural rubber, in terms of tear strength, aging, and heat resistance are anticipated to provide a positive scope for market growth over the forecast period. The global butyl rubber market is anticipated to display considerable growth in the near future due to its rising demand for several applications. Typically, butyl rubber contains 98% polyisobutylene and 2% isoprene that are randomly spread in the polymer chain. Due to the exceptional product characteristics of butyl rubber, which includes excellent permeability to moisture and gases and outstanding heat resistance and ageing stability, they are preferred over conventional rubbers. Butyl rubber is used in several end-user applications such as adhesive and automotive. The enhanced damping property of butyl rubber accounts for its huge demand in the tire industry. Furthermore, the increasing demand for butyl rubber in the manufacture of plastics is expected to propel this market in the coming years. The growing demand for butyl rubber for damp proofing and roof repairing is expected to fuel the growth of this market in the coming years. In addition, the use of food grade butyl rubber in food applications is expected to propel demand. Butyl rubber is used in the explosives industry for the manufacture of plastic explosives. The increasing demand for butyl rubber as a binding agent in explosives along with the rising demand for explosives from the mining industry will propel its demand over the forecast period. Furthermore, butyl rubber can be added to diesel fuel to withstand fouling of fuel injectors. Last but not the least, increasing environmental considerations for regulating hydrocarbon and particulate matter emissions is expected to fuel market growth. The global butyl rubber market is majorly segmented on the basis of types, application, end users and region. Based on types butyl rubber the market is segmented into regular butyl rubber, chlorinated butyl rubber, brominated butyl rubber. Based on application of butyl rubber the market is segmented into adhesives, sealant for rubber roof repair, tubeless tire liners, medicine bottles, mechanical goods, and others. Based on end user butyl rubber the market is segmented into automotive industry, pharmaceutical industry, consumer products, rubber industries, construction industries, and others and based on region market is segmented into North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, Middle East & Africa. Indian Scenario There is presently no production of butyl rubber in India. Indian demand for butyl rubber is met entirely by import. 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