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Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (M Class) rubber or Ethylene propylene rubbers & elastomers (also called EPDM and EPM) continue to be one of the most widely used and fastest growing synthetic rubbers having both specialty and general purpose applications. The E refers to Ethylene, P to Propylene, D to diene and M refers to its classification in ASTM standard D 1418. The M class includes rubbers having a saturated chain of the polymethylene type. The diene(s) currently used in the manufacture of EPDM rubbers are DCPD (dicyclopentadiene), ENB (ethylidene norbornene) and VNB (vinyl norbornene). The ethylene content is around 45% to 75%. The higher the ethylene content the higher the loading possibilities of the polymer, better mixing and extrusion. Peroxide curing these polymers gives a higher crosslink density compared with their amorphous counterpart. The amorphous polymers are also excellent in processing. This is very much influenced by their molecular structure. The dienes, typically comprising between 2.5 wt% up to 12 wt% of the composition serve as crosslinks when curing with sulphur and resin, with peroxide cures the diene (or third monomer) functions as a coagent, which provide resistance to unwanted tackiness, creep or flow during end use.Ethylene propylene rubbers are valuable for their excellent resistance to heat, oxidation, ozone and weather aging due to their stable, saturated polymer backbone structure. Properly pigmented black and non-black compounds are color stable. Versatility in polymer design and performance has resulted in broad usage in automotive weather stripping and seals, glass run channel, radiator, garden and appliance hose, tubing, belts, electrical insulation, roofing membrane, rubber mechanical goods, plastic impact modification, thermoplastic vulcanizates and motor oil additive applications. The solution polymerization process is the most widely used and is highly versatile in making a wide range of polymers. Ethylene, propylene, and catalyst systems are polymerized in an excess of hydrocarbon solvent. Stabilizers and oils, if used, are added directly after polymerization. The solvent and unreacted monomers are then flashed off with hot water or steam, or with mechanical devolatilization. The polymer, which is in crumb form, is dried with dewatering in screens, mechanical presses or drying ovens. The crumb is formed into wrapped bales or extruded into pellets. The high viscosity, crystalline polymers are sold in loosely compacted, friable bales or as pellets. The amorphous polymers grades are typically in solid bales. Major producers and suppliers of EPDM and EPM are Bayer Polymers, Crompton Corp., Exxon-Mobil Chemical Co., DSM Elastomers, Dupont Dow Elastomers, Herdillia, JSR, Kumho Polychem, Mitsui Chemicals, Polimeri Europa, and Sumitomo Chemical Co. Wide ranges of grades are available worldwide to provide solutions to many product requirements. There are three major commercial processes, solution, slurry (suspension) and gas phase, for manufacturing ethylene propylene rubbers. The manufacturing systems vary with each of the several producers. There are differences in the product grade slates made by each producer and process, but all are capable of making a variety of EPDM and EPM polymers. The physical forms range from solid to friable bales, pellets and granular forms and oil blends. Ethylene propylene elastomers are one of the most versatile, fastest growing and interesting synthetic rubber polymers with various end uses.
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CHLORINATED POLYETHYLENE - 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

Chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) is one kind of high molecule elastic material developed in late years, which is one of the random chloride produced through reaction of polyethylene and chlorine. It is an odorless nontoxic and white or pale yellow powder having a chemical formula (CH2 CHCl)n CPE has good aging resistance and stability, perfect weather ability and can have long service life under bad weather conditions, bending and cracked deformation resistance, chemical resistance and organic Solvent resistance, excellent low temperature resistance and electrical specifications, and superior high filling property, the physical property cannot be changed after adding A lot of filling agent into CPE. CPE is mainly used as impact modifier for PVC or compounded with LDPE or HDPE film to improve toughness. Its films are used as pond liners and for agricultural applications. It is also used for rubber processing industry. It can be solely or cross blended with other materials to Produce plastic profile shapes, waterproof winding materials, anti-flaming conveyer belts, wire and Cable covers, color bike tires and magnetic adhesive strips of refrigerator. It is a kind of Perfect modifier for hard plastic products and plasticizer of Soft plastic products. CPE products are made by chlorinating polyethylene (PE) to form chlorinated polyethylene (CPE). The production processes of CPE include the aqueous suspension method, the acid phase suspension method, the solid phase method and the solution method. The demand for CPE is driven due to replacement of wood and steel with plastics in manufacturing doors/windows. With the development of PVC plastic profiles for doors and windows, the demand for CPE has grown rapidly. However, the demand growth is likely to be affected to some extent due to the possible replacement of better impact modifiers such as ACR and MBS resins. The global total CPE capacity and output are about 530 000 tonnes per annum and 265 000 tonnes per annum, respectively. CPE is the most widely used impact modifier in the PVC profiles industry. About 80% of CPE is used for PVC modification and about 20% for the production of wires, cables and ABS modification. World consumption of CPE is forecast to grow at an average annual rate of about 4%. CPE is presently not produced in India.
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CELLULOSE ACETATE - 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

Cellulose acetate is a man-made substance that is derived from the naturally occurring organic compound cellulose. Cellulose is the main structural ingredient of plants, and is usually considered to be the most common organic compound on earth. Cellulose acetate fibres are used for textiles and clothing. Cellulose acetate is also used in filtering and other applications like magnetic computer tape, wound dressings, personal hygiene products, absorbent cloths and wipes, as specialty papers, as filter media, including cigarette filters etc. Such materials are often referred to as tow. Cellulose acetate film is also used in photography. Cellulose acetate polymers have some good properties like good toughness, deep gloss, and high transparency with a feel that can be described as natural. Commercially, cellulose acetate is made from processed wood pulp. The pulp is processed using acetic anhydride to form acetate flake from which products are made. Coming from wood pulp, means that unlike most man-made fibres, it comes from a renewable resource and is biodegradable. Another technique for producing cellulose acetate involved treating cotton with acetic acid, using sulfuric acid as a catalyst. Cellulose acetate is available in the form of flake, powder, granules of fibre and the flakes, which are non hazardous. Major players profiled in the report include Celanese Corporation, Celanese Acetate, Daicel Chemical Industries, Eastman Chemical Company, Mitsubishi Rayon Company Limited, Primester, Rhodia Acetow GmbH, and SK Chemicals Co. Ltd. Cellulose acetate is a mature product and has experienced a decline in volumes in practically all major world areas except China, Central Europe and Russia during the last several years. New polymers and textiles with enhanced properties have eroded textile fiber applications formerly held by cellulose acetate. It is estimated that the global market will grow at 1 to 2% per year to reach 840,000 to 850,000 tonnes by 2015. The world cellulose acetate fiber market is predominantly controlled by smaller cigarette filter tow manufacturing companies, which are also engaged in the manufacture of textile fibers. There is no production of cellulose acetate in India. Most of the demand is met by imports. Demand for cellulose acetate in all major global markets has matured over the years, while regions such as Russia, Central Europe and China continue to pose large demand for cellulose acetate, largely driven by the growing filter tow market. Healthy growth in the number of smokers in regions such as Eastern and Central Europe, India, China and Latin America is being attributed as a major factor driving growth of tow consumption in these regions. This is directly boosting the cellulose acetate market. Moreover, emergence of newer legislations that demand for lesser emission of nicotine and tar in the smoke are paving way for increased use of filter tows, and the absence of stringent rules and regulations to guide the consumption of cigarettes is further bolstering the demand for cellulose acetate.
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CITRIC ACID - 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

Citric acid or 2 hydroxy 1, 2, 3-propanetricarboxylic acid, HO2 CCH2 C (OH) (CO2 H) CH2 CO2 H, is a weak organic carboxylic acid. Citric acid is a white crystalline powder. It can exist either in an anhydrous (water free) form or as a monohydrate. The anhydrous form crystallizes from hot water, whereas the monohydrate forms when citric acid is crystallized from cold water. The monohydrate can be converted to the anhydrous form by heating above 78°C. Citric acid also dissolves in absolute (anhydrous) ethanol (76 parts of citric acid per 100 parts of ethanol) at 15°C. Citric acid exists in greater than trace amounts in a variety of fruits and vegetables, most notably citrus fruits. Citric acid is found in many citrus fruits: pineapples, gooseberries, limes, plums, lemons, peaches, oranges, and grapefruit. Lemons and limes have particularly high concentrations of the acid; it can constitute as much as 8% of the dry weight of these fruits (about 47 g/L in the juices). Citric acid is a natural preservative and is also used to add an acidic, or sour, taste to foods and soft drinks. It is used in soft drinks and in laxatives, bacterial inhabitant, pH adjustment, and as an anti oxidant and cathartics. Its salts, the citrates, have many uses, e.g., ferric ammonium citrate is used in making blueprint paper. Sour salt, used in cooking, is citric acid. Citric acid is employed in pharmaceutical preparations as an acidulant and to enhance the flavour of syrups, solutions and elixirs. Citric acid can also be used to dissolve hard water deposits from shower doors, to remove mild rust stains, remove tarnish from brass and copper and to remove spots and yellowing/browning on carpets and rugs. Citric Acid is available in granular and fine granular particle size. The major industrial route for citric acid used today is fermentation method that is cultures of Aspergillus niger are fed on sucrose to produce citric acid. After the mold is filtered out of the resulting solution, citric acid is isolated by precipitating it with lime (calcium hydroxide) to yield calcium citrate salt, from which citric acid is regenerated by treatment with sulfuric acid. Alternatively, citric acid is sometimes isolated from the fermentation broth by liquid-liquid extraction with a hydrocarbon solution of the organic base trilaurylamine, followed by re extraction from the organic solution by water. It is also produced from fermentation from molasses. The Indian demand is around 37000tonnes. The present import of citric acid is around 35000 tonnes. The projected demand for citric acid according to analyst is around 44000tonnes by the end of 2013 to 2014. The global production is around 1.75 million metric tonnes per annum. Taking into account the present demand supply scenario for domestic and global, price trends, new capacities can be created by entrepreneurs.
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POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE - 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

Potassium permanganate is an inorganic chemical compound with the formula KMnO4. It is a strong oxidizing agent. As an oxidant, potassium permanganate can act as an antiseptic in water treatment. A primary use of permanganate is iron and manganese removal. The other major application of KMnO4 is as a reagent for the synthesis of organic compounds like ascorbic acid, chloramphenicol, saccharin, isonicotinic acid, and pyrazinoic acid. It is also used in fruit ripening process. The Indian demand for potassium permanganate is around 8300 metric tonnes per annum. The global production of potassium permanganate is around 0.2 million tonnes per annum. Municipal consumption for drinking and wastewater treatment remains the primary use for potassium permanganate and accounts for about three quarters of current U.S. demand. The growth rate in demand for potassium permanganate is around 2% per annum. At industrial level Potassium permanganate is made from MnO2 containing ore by fusion process using the roasting processes and liquid-phase process. Potassium permanganate is produced from manganese dioxide, which also occurs as the mineral pyrolusite. The MnO2 is fused with potassium hydroxide and heated in air or with potassium nitrate (a source of oxygen). This process gives potassium manganate, which upon electrolytic oxidation in alkaline solution gives potassium permanganate. There is a very good scope and market potential of Potassium permanganate due to its multivarious applications.
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BIO PLASTIC PRODUCTS - 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

Plastics have become an important part of modern life and are used in different sectors of applications like packaging, building materials, consumer products and much more. Plastic packaging is proving to be a major environmental problem. Most of today's plastics and synthetic polymers are produced from petrochemicals. As conventional plastics are persistent in the environment, improperly disposed plastic materials are a significant source of environmental pollution, potentially harming life. The plastic sheets or bags do not allow water and air to go into earth which causes reduction in fertility status of soil, preventing degradation of other normal substances, depletion of underground water source and danger to animal life. In the seas too, plastic rubbish from ropes and nets to the plastic bands from beer packs choke and entangle the marine mammals. In an effort to overcome these shortcomings, biochemical researchers and engineers have long been seeking to develop biodegradable plastics that are made from renewable resources, such as plants. The biodegradable polymers could be an alternative to the conventional plastic materials. The term biodegradable means that a substance is able to be broken down into simpler substances by the activities of living organisms, and therefore is unlikely to persist in the environment. There are many different standards used to measure biodegradability, with each country having its own. The requirements range from 90 per cent to 60 per cent decomposition of the product within 60 to 180 days of being placed in a standard composting environment. Biodegradable plastics or bioplastics are mainly derived from corn, wheat and potato starch. Biodegradable plastics products are thermoplastic materials which are processed with the same machines traditionally used to process conventional plastics. Biodegradable plastic products physical and chemical properties are similar to those of traditional plastics, but it is completely biodegradable in different environments, just like pure cellulose. The demand for bioplastics makes it one of the fastest growing thermoplastic product types globally. Global demand is expected to reach over one billion pounds by 2012. Currently, the biodegradable segment of bioplastics is the largest segment of the bioplastics category, but it is projected to be displaced by the non biodegradable bioplastics group of products, which may or may not be 100% derived from biomass. Packaging, disposable food service and fiber applications are major use areas. Polylactic acid polymer (PLA) demand is growing rapidly in both packaging and fiber applications. Demand for starch based polymers, in a modified form or blended with another polymer such as PLA for biodegradability or with a polyolefin such as polypropylene, will continue to grow. Disposable cutlery and containers are products that are a part of our day to day life. Disposable items like bags, cups, plates, saucers, glasses are being increasingly used. Biodegradable bags are becoming more and more commonly used, because they are better for the environment and most people are concerned about being more green. Though the demand for biodegradable plastics is increasing, acceptance of biodegradable polymers is likely to depend on factors like: Customer response to costs; Possible legislation by governments; and The achievement of total biodegradability Substantial technological progress has been made in bio based plastics in the past five years. Innovations in material and product development, environmental benefits as well as the gradual depletion of crude oil increasingly call for polymers made from renewable raw materials. Bioplastics will raise more than fourfold to 900,000 metric tons in 2013, valued at US$2.6 bln, according to a report by The Freedonia Group. The growth will be fueled by a number of factors, including consumer demand for more environmentally sustainable products, the development of bio based feedstocks for commodity plastic resins and increasing restrictions on the use of non-degradable plastic products, particularly plastic bags. Most important, however, will be the expected continuation of high crude oil and natural gas prices, which will allow bioplastics to become more cost-competitive with petroleum based resins. Non-biodegradable plant based plastics will be the primary driver of bioplastics demand. Biodegradable plastics, such as starch-based resins, polylactic acid (PLA) and degradable polyesters, accounted for the vast majority (nearly 90%) of bioplastics demand in 2008. Double-digit gains are expected to continue going forward, fueled in part by the emergence on the commercial market of polyhydroxy-alkanoates (PHAs). PLA will also see strong advances in demand as new production capacity comes online. Western Europe was the largest regional market for bioplastics in 2008, accounting for about 40% of world demand. Bioplastics sales in the region benefit from strong consumer demand for biodegradable and plant based products, a regulatory environment that favors bioplastics over petroleum resins, and an extensive infrastructure for composting. Demand will grow more rapidly in the Asia/Pacific region, which will surpass the West European market by 2013. Gains will be stimulated by strong demand in Japan, which has focused intently on the replacement of petroleum-based plastics. Europe is leading the way for induction of bioplastics in day to day use. Companies such as Novamont SpA, NatureWorks LLC, and Metabolix, Inc. are entering the market with new bio-based products. Demand for bioplastics is accelerating as more supply of all bioplastic types come into production. Though this product is now at a nascent stage in India but in the long run this product has a very promising future. New entrepreneurs should venture into this field. Cost Estimation: Capacity : 15000000Nos. (Bio Plastic Glasses) 1000000 Nos. (Bio Plastic Plates) 75000 Nos. (Bio Plastic Plastics)
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Return: 47.00%Break even: 51.00%
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CHLORINATED PARAFFIN WAX - 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

The term chlorinated paraffin is usually taken to encompass a wide range of liquids and solids from C10 to >C24 and containing 30-72% chlorine content. It is a Colourless to amber or yellow viscous liquid. Properties (including ecotoxicology) differ significantly across this range and for this reason, they are best considered in three separate groups: a) The C10-13 liquid products from 40-72% C12 content. b) The C14-17, C18-20 and chlorinated paraffin wax liquids from 40-60% C12 content. c) The powder chlorinated paraffin waxes of >69% C12 content CPs has very low vapour pressure with the most volatile (C10-13 types) < 10-3 mbar. They are chemically very stable but dehydrochlorinate on heating at high temperatures (or for prolonged periods). Dehydrochlorination also occurs on prolonged exposure to light. The largest application for chlorinated paraffins is as a plasticizer, generally in conjunction with primary plasticizers such as certain phthalates in flexible PVC. The use of chlorinated paraffins in PVC imparts a number of technical benefits, of which the most significant is the enhancement of flame-retardant properties. This is particularly of benefit in PVC flooring and cables. Chlorinated paraffins are also used as plasticizers in paint, sealants and adhesives where the main advantages over alternatives are their inertness and the enhancement of flame-retardant properties. Higher chlorine content grades are used as flame-retardants in a wide range of rubbers and polymer systems, where they are often used in preference to phosphate and bromine-based additives. The other major outlet for chlorinated paraffins is in the formulation of metalworking lubricants where they have long been recognized as one of the most effective extreme pressure additives for lubricants used in a wide range of machining and engineering operations. In all of these applications, there is a long history of safe use and some major customers have been using chlorinated paraffins for over 50 years. The Indian installed capacity for CPW is around 0.195 million tonnes per annum. There are a number of producers of CPW in India both in the organized and unorganized sector. The production of CPW of various grades is around 0.135 million tonnes per annum. The demand for CPW would be largely driven by the performance of the end user sector. The Indian demand including export demand from the period April 2010 to March 2011 is around 145000 metric tonnes per annum. The total world production of chlorinated paraffins is approximately 300,000 tonnes per year. The range of chlorinated paraffins available is generally grouped into a number of distinct 'families', depending on the chain-length of the feedstock, i.e.: Short-chain: based on C10-13 paraffin; medium-chain: based on C14-17 paraffin; long-chain: based on C18-20 (liquids), C>20 (liquids) and C20 wax grades (average carbon chain length approximately C25) Liquid grades of chlorinated paraffin are produced from each of these feedstock types. The solid grades (with 70-72% chlorine content) are made from a wax feedstock. Chlorinated paraffins are manufactured by the chlorination of n-paraffin or paraffin wax, normally in a batch process. The reaction is exothermic and leads to the generation of the by-product hydrochloric acid. After removing residual traces of acid, a stabiliser is added to produce finished batches. Chlorinated paraffins, which contain 30-70% chlorine, are largely inert and almost insoluble in water. Paraffins have extremely low vapour pressure. Most commercial chlorinated paraffin products are liquid and range from relatively low to extremely high viscosity. There are also solid types which have longer carbon chain lengths and usually contain 70-72% chlorine. Increasing the chlorine content, results in products with higher viscosity and density. Chlorinated paraffins are capable of mixing with many organic solvents such as aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, ketones and esters. Major producers: INEOS Chlor, Caffaro, Química del Cinca, Leuna Tenside and Novácke Chemické Závody in the EU; Dover Chemicals in North America; NCP Exports in South Africa; Orica in Australia. There are numerous other producers in Asia, principally in India, China, Taiwan (Handy) and Japan (Tosoh). There is a very good scope and market potential for this product both in domestic and global market.
Plant capacity: 30 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs. 11 Lakhs
Working capital: Rs. 279 LakhsT.C.I: Rs. 1056 Lakhs
Return: 51.00%Break even: 34.00%
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FORMIC ACID - 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

Formic acid is a clear, colourless, mobile liquid with a pungent odour. It is highly corrosive and a moderate fire hazard. Formic acid is mainly used in pharmaceutical, pesticide, leather, textile, rubber, steel, paper, food industry etc. Most applications require concentrations of 85% (the industry standard is most common), 90%, 94% or 98 to 99%, which accounts for 28% of world demand. The largest use, accounting for about 19% of global demand, is as a silage additive in Europe, while almost 15% of global demand is as a preservative in animal feed. Formic acid is used in various stages of leather and textile processing and in natural rubber manufacturing. Formic acid products are widely used in biomaterial preservation and as antibiotics replacers in industrial animal feed. Due to its acidic and reducing reactions formic acid is an important chemical building block in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. It is used for acidity control and cleaning in processes where lowest environmental impact is sought and no residues allowed. Formic acid is the simplest organic acid, present in large quantities in animal and plant life. It is a clear liquid with a sharp acidic smell. It decomposes easily in the environment into carbon oxides and water. It is manufactured from carbon monoxide and water. The global demand is around 0.5 million metric tonnes per annum. Global demand growth is forecast at 3.4%/year to 2011. The overall growth rate would be slightly ahead of GDP around 3 to 4% per annum. Regionally, consumption will rise by 4.6%/year in Asia Pacific, 3.5%/year in Africa and Asia/Middle East, 3%/year in the Americas, 2.6%/year in western Europe and 1.9%/year in Japan. Worldwide, 38 000 tonne/year of new capacity will come on stream within the next four years. Leather sector can be the thrust area for growth. Most applications require formic acid in concentrations of 85%, 90%, 94% or 99%. The Indian demand for the period Apr. 2010 to Mar 2011 is around 27,000 tonnes. The major producers are Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd., Mumbai & Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers Co. Ltd., Gujarat. There is ample space and good scope for this product due to its multivarious end users. New entrepreneurs should think of capacity creation in this field.
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NEOPENTYL GLYCOL - 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

PRODUCT PROFILE Neopentyl glycol (IUPAC name 2,2 dimethyl-1,3 propanediol) is an organic chemical compound. It is used in the synthesis of polyesters, paints, lubricants, and plasticizers. When used in the manufacture of polyesters, it enhances the stability of the product towards heat, light, and water. Byesterification reaction with fatty or carboxylic acids, synthetic lubricating esters with reduced potential for oxidation or hydrolysis, compared to natural esters, can be produced. Neopentyl glycol is synthesized industrially by the aldol reaction of formaldehyde and isobutyraldehyde. This creates the intermediate hydroxypivaldehyde, which can be converted to neopentyl glycol with either excess formaldehyde or catalytic hydrogenation of the aldehyde group to an alcohol group. Product characteristics Chemical name : 1,3 Propanediol, 2,2-dimethyl CAS Number : 126-30-7 Appearance : white crystalline solid End Point : IDENTIFIERS, PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Molecular Formula : C5H12O2 Molecular Weight : 104.15 Melting Point : 127 ? Boiling Point : 208? Vapour Pressure : 30 mmHg (140?), 760 mmHg (211?) Water Solubility : 190g/100 ml at 20? (65%) Impurities : Neopentyl glycol formic acid ester and neopentyl glycol . . isolactic acid ester Neopentyl Glycol (NPG) is stable solid, and the production volume is 12,000 tonnes. This chemical is stable in neutral, acidic or alkaline solutions, and is classified as not readily biodegradable by the results of the biodegradation test conducted as testing. The chemical is non toxic to fish, daphnids and algae. The chemical showed no genotoxic effects. Estimated dose of low concern (EDCL) was calculated as 0.1 mg/kg/day and 10.0 mg/kg/day for repeated dose toxicity and reproductive toxicity, respectively. In conclusion, although 2,2 dimethyl 1,3 propanediol is persistent and toxicological test showed moderate toxicity, no further testing is needed at present considering its exposure levels. Applications of Neopentyl glycol: Neopentylglycol (NPG), or 2, 2-dimethyl 1, 3 propanediol,is mainly used as a building block in polyester resins for coatings, unsaturated polyesters, lubricants and plasticizers. Neopentyl glycol is used in the manufacture of resins for coatings, especially gel coats and powder coatings. It is also converted to alkyd, polyester and polyurethane resins for water and solvent based coatings, including high solid systems in automotive coatings and in coil coatings. The quaternary structure of neopentyl glycol allows it to provide superior hydrolytic stability, weather ability and a good balance between hardness and flexibility in the following applications: Polyester/alkyd resin coatings Polyesterols Polyester plasticizers Reinforced resins Synthetic lubricants Flame retarding compounds Binders and adhesives Gel coats It is also used as an intermediate for the synthesis of lubricants, plasticizers, adhesives, mortar or cement systems, photographic materials, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, fragrances, fibre lubricants antistatic agents, fabric softeners, vibration dampeners. GLOBAL SCENARIO: Neopentyl Glycol (NPG) is shipped as flake, molten and slurry. It is readily soluble at room temperature in water, alcohols, glycol ethers, ketones and esters. Global demand is around 0.5 million tonnes per annum. There is growing demand for intermediates, particularly those used in coating applications. Powder coatings based on NPG show improved impact and scratch resistance, and high gloss. Synthetic lubricants made from NPG provide good lubricity and reduced corrosivity. Both of these uses will grow. Global demand growth is forecast at 3.1% per year.
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ABS RESIN - 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

PRODUCT PROFILE Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene resins (ABS) are the largest-volume engineering thermoplastic resin. It is a copolymer made by polymerizing styrene and acrylonitrile in the presence of polybutadiene. ABS is a bridge between commodity plastics like polystyrene and higher-performance engineering thermoplastics like polycarbonate. ABS resins are composed mainly of styrene and varying amounts of butadiene and acrylonitrile. The styrene base provides rigidity and ease of processability, and acrylonitrile offers chemical resistance and heat stability. The butadiene portion of ABS supplies toughness and impact strength. The composition of ABS resins can vary widely, allowing the production of many different grades, which can thus be tailored for different end-use applications. The electronics industry is the growing outlet for ABS, where it is used for business machines, computers, radios, televisions and telephone handsets. Product characteristics Chemical name : Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene resins Chemical formula : (C8H8)x• (C4H6)y•(C3H3N)z) . Melting point : 105 °C (221 °F) APPLICATIONS OF ABS Resin:- ABS resins are consumed mainly in the appliances and electrical/electronic industries. Large volume applications for ABS resins include appliance parts and automotive/transportation uses. Approximately 60% of the total world consumption of ABS resins was for these two markets. The next-largest end use is in the transportation sector (primarily automobiles). In these markets, ABS competes with specialty thermoplastics such as polycarbonates, as well as with commodity polymers such as polyvinyl chloride and polypropylene resins. ABS resins are frequently used in polymer blends for many differing applications. ABSs light weight and ability to be injection molded and extruded make it useful in manufacturing products such as drain-waste-vent (DWV) pipe systems, musical instruments (recorders, plastic clarinets, and piano movements), golf club heads (due to its good shock absorbance), automotive trim components, automotive bumper bars, enclosures for electrical and electronic assemblies, protective headgear, whitewater canoes, buffer edging for furniture and joinery panels, luggage and protective carrying cases, small kitchen appliances, and toys, including Lego bricks. ABS plastic ground down to an average diameter of less than 1 micrometer is used as the colorant in some tattoo inks. ABS is also commonly used in rapid prototyping extrusion-based 3D printers. Its glass transition temperature makes it a material of choice for rapid prototyping relatively high as to reduce unwanted deformation at slightly elevated temperatures but low enough to be safely attainable with standard extrusion setups. GLOBAL SCENARIO: World consumption of ABS is projected to grow at an average annual rate of about 4.0%, with rates of 5–5.5% in China, India and Oceania; 4.0–4.7% in the Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, and Africa; and 3.2–3.9% in Indonesia, Mexico, Thailand, Malaysia, and Central and South America. Indian demand of ABS resin in 2010-2011 is estimated around 120,000 tons per annum. Growth rate in demand through 2020 is estimated to be 9% per annum. Global capacity will increase 4% per year through 2012, to 9.8 million tons per annum. The market has diverged into a general purpose sector, where cost and productivity are the most important factors and engineering plastics sector is driving most of the industry's growth.
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