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Project Report on Nail Polish [Eiri-1453]

Project Report on Nail Polish [Eiri-1453]
Project Report on Nail Polish [Eiri-1453]
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Project Report on Nail Polish [Eiri-1453]

Unlike many other cosmetics that have a history of  hundreds or even  thousands of years, nail polish (or lacquer, or enamel)  is almost  completely an invention of twentieth century  technology. Nail coverings were not unknown in  ancient  times the upper classes of ancient Egypt probably used henna to dye both hair and fingernails  but  essentially, its composition, manufacture and handling  reflect  developments in  modern  chemical  technology. Modern nail polish is sold in liquid form in small bottles and is applied with a tiny brush. Within a few minutes after application,  the substance hardens and forms a shiny coating  on the fingernail that is both water- and chip-resistant. Generally, a  coating of nail polish may last several days before it  begins to chip and fall off. Nail polish can also be removed manually by applying  nail  polish "remover," a substance designed to break down and dissolve the polish. Nail polishes, nail enamels or nail lacquers are colored or colorless and/or pearly viscous liquid, composed f nitrocellulose, synthetic resins,  plasticizers and organic  solvents. In addition they include suitable pigments as coloring agents. The synthetic resins used for the purpose often include  polyvinyl  acetate, sulphonamide formaldehyde etc. The solvents  used are generally esters, ketones,  primary  alcohols, aromatic hydrocarbons etc. and their mixtures. Some nail polishes contain  a  small percentage of guanine crystals (natural pearl esence) extracted  from  the scales of some species of fish, or bismuth  oxychloride or titanium dioxide deposited on mica. Nail polish is the most important preparation in the group of nail care products. The  popularity of nail polish  as  measured  in consumption   levels  is identical to that  of   lipstics.   Nail polish colour follows fashion trends, as well as making  lipstick colour. It gives some indications of the progress of this type of preparation from the transparent uncolored or pale pink  natural colors,  which were the only ones tolerated at one time, to the vivid  shades  and even bizarre colors now accepted as a most essential part of modern beauty.

Cost Estimation
  • Plant Capacity                          1 MT./Day
  • Land & Building (1000 sq.mt.)  Rs. 1.45 Cr.
  • Plant & Machinery                    Rs. 35 Lacs         
  • W.C. for 2 Months                    Rs. 83 Lacs           
  • Total Capital Investment             Rs. 2.72 Cr.              
  • Rate of Return                            53%   
  • Break Even Point                        38%
Note: ITI can modify the Capacity and Project Cost based on your requirement.

Contents of the Project Reports
  • 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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