Project Report on Agar Agar [Eiri-1451]

Project Report on Agar Agar [Eiri-1451]
Project Report on Agar Agar [Eiri-1451]
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    Project Report on Agar Agar [Eiri-1451]

    According to the US Pharmacopoeia, agar can be defined as a hydrophilic colloid extracted from certain seaweeds of the Rhodophyceae class. It is insoluble in cold water but soluble in boiling water. A 1.5% solution is clear and when it is cooled to 34-430C it forms a firm gel which does not melt again below 850C. It is a mixture of polysaccharides whose basic monomer is galactose. These polysaccharides can be sulphated in very variable degrees but to a lesser degree than in carrageenan. For this reason the ash content is below those of carrageenan, furcelleran (Danish agar) and others. A 5% maximum ash content is acceptable  for agar although it is normally  maintained  between 2.5-4%.  Agar is the phycocolloid of most  ancient  origin.  In Japan, agar is considered to have been  discovered  by  Minoya Tarozaemon  in 1658 and a monument is  Shimizu-mura  commemorates the  first time it was manufactured. Originally, and even in  the present  times,  it was made and sold as an extract in solution (hot) or in gel form (cold), to be used promptly in  areas  near the  factories;  the  product was then known  as  tokoroten.  Its industrialization  as  a dry and stable product  started  at  the beginning  of  the  18th century and it  has  since  been  called kanten.  The word "agar-agar", however, has a Malayan origin  and agar is the most commonly accepted term, although in French-  and Portuguese-speaking countries it is also called gelosa.

    Cost Estimation
    • Plant Capacity                          1000 Kgs./Day
    • Land & Building (1000 sq.mt.)  Rs. 1.53 Cr.
    • Plant & Machinery                    Rs. 72 Lacs         
    • W.C. for 3 Months                    Rs. 6.82 Cr.           
    • Total Capital Investment             Rs. 9.19 Cr.              
    • Rate of Return                           47%   
    • Break Even Point                       32%

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    • Introduction
    • Uses and Applications
    • Properties
    • Market Position
    • Present Manufacturers
    • Detailed Process of Manufacture
    • Formulations
    • B.I.S. Specifications
    • Process Flow Sheet Diagram, Plant Layout,
    • Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis
    • Capacity
    • Land & Building Requirements with Rates
    • List & Details of Plant and Machinery with their Costs
    • Raw Materials Details/List and Costs
    • Power & Water Requirements
    • Labor/Staff Requirements
    • Utilities and Overheads
    • Total Capital Investment
    • Turnover
    • Cost of Production
    • Break Even Point
    • Profitability
    • Land Man Ratio
    • Suppliers of Plant & Machineries and Raw Materials
    • Cash Flow Statement
    • Repayment Schedule
    • Interest Chart
    • Depreciation Chart
    • Projected Balance Sheet for 5 Years etc.
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