Soap, Detergents, Perfumes and Cleaning Products Project Reports:
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Domestically, liquid detergent finds extensive use in households, guest houses, hotels, canteens, hospitals, schools and higher institutions, offices, etc, as a general cleaning agent. It is used to wash hands, dishes, cooking and other household utensils, tiles, walls, kitchens, motor vehicles, furniture, clothes etc. Industrially, liquid detergent is used in large quantities in manufacturing industries where conveyor belts are employed in their production lines in order to lubricate the rolling sections of the chains so as to allow easy and effective movement of the belts on these bearings.
Such industries include but are not limited to breweries, food processing, pharmaceutical, beverage, chemical and allied industries, glass, etc. Liquid detergent has a great export potential, especially in the 300-million-strong ECOWAS sub-regional market with the possibility of earning foreign exchange for the investor. It is an excellent entry product that is in daily use and which has high potential for expansion.
Detergents are defined as complete washing or cleaning products which contain among their ingredients an organic surface-active compound (Surfactant) that passes soil-removal properties. Frequently the term detergent is used synonymously with surfactant but common industry practice treats the surfactant as one component of a done here. Additionally this discussion treats primarily, only the so called synthetic
detergents, excluding those products in which soap is the sole or predominant surfactant.
Soaps, the alkali salts of long chain fatty acids, differ significantly in certain important performance properties from the synthetic surfactants.
The synthetic detergent industry is one of the largest chemical process industries. The most recent estimates indicate an annual U.S production of synthetic detergents of about 3 million tonnes with an approximate annual value of 2 billion. The industry differs from many other chemical process industries, however, in that the bulk of its production is sold directly to individuals for house hold consumption primarily as branded
products, rather than to industrial or institutional users.
Small scale sector is playing major role in the production of detergents. They have gradually increased their share from 55 percent to 75 percent in total production. Organised sector is more in the production of superior and highly superior quality of detergents. While small scale sector is more in the medium to low quality detergents. Production of small scale is estimated to have increased at the rate of 15 percent per annum during this decade.
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