The opening up of the Indian economy in 1990s along with technological developments in the dairy sector not only offered avenues to the dairy cooperatives to showcase their potential and expand their product range, but also witnessed a steady growth with both the cooperative and private players marching ahead. The Indian dairy industry is also attracting more and more foreign investments.
With the increasing milk production and growing acceptance for “ready-to-use” or “ready-to-serve” dairy products, the dairy sector, apart from making fresh liquid milk available to the masses, found it essential to utilise its potential in developing value-added products on industrial scale. The value-added products which have a huge market potential include:
- Conventional Indian home-made products like dahi, butter milk and lassi
- Indian traditional sweets like peda, burfi, rabadi, shrikhand, rasgulla, etc
- Ice cream
- Cheese varieties, a growing popular food substitute with increasing western food habits
- Extended shelf life market milk
- Long shelf life milk
Before venturing into this sector, every prospective entrepreneur needs to know the business potential of setting up of dairy ingredient plants, ice cream plants, packing stations as well as small/medium and large capacity composite milk plants. Besides, the entrepreneur should have a basic idea of the investment plan for a given product portfolio and capacity. An attempt has been made here to provide a basic techno-economic feasibility of small, medium and large plants and select a product mix.
CHANGING PRODUCT PORTFOLIO & MAJOR CHALLENGES
The dairy cooperatives have made significant contribution by helping the rural farmers and landless labourers understand the basics of dairying as well as develop skills for milk production and product manufacture. Therefore, there is an advantage for an entrepreneur to set up a dairy plant even in the rural areas at a comparatively lower cost of land and construction.
With increasing per capita income and changing food habits as well as a large percentage of the Indian population being vegetarian, the production of fresh milk and value-added milk based products has increased substantially in the last decade. The supply and demand situation has also changed. Milk surplus is required to be marketed in urban areas at longer distances. It has necessitated: (a) assured quality standards; (b) better packaging; and (c) longer shelf life. Due to these market necessities, changes have been made in specifications and requirement mainly of production, packaging and cleaning machinery.
The liquid milk market segment has consistent demand, faster turnover, regular and smooth cash flow on day-to-day basis and, therefore, is a major driving factor for being retained in the product portfolio. This will be true for any size dairy plant. It is interesting to note that in last five years, three major factors have been the driving force for changes in the drinking milk segment:
- Increasing distance of the market place.
- Increasing income levels and the consequent capacity to pay for quality products by end consumers.
- Willingness to pay for flexibility in timing for purchase and also for attractive or state-of-the-art packaging.
The ‘extended life milk’ and ‘long life milk’ have only made entry in the market in the last few years and are gathering popularity at a rapid pace. This technology induction in the field has broken the “barrier of boundary” and the improved logistic infrastructure has widened market reach for liquid milk. Therefore, the liquid milk market is likely to have three options:
- Fresh milk
- White milk — extended shelf life
- White milk — long shelf life
Another big change is the huge market opening in fermented products like dahi and butter milk. It is important for small capacity plant owners to note that they do not require a different marketing set up as these two products move in the same segment and follow identical logistics, timing and distribution network as that for fresh milk. Apart from this, these products also bear the “cash and carry market product” characteristic.
New generation dairy entrepreneurs have several additional options for their product portfolio. Paneer is one such product, which is coming out of “home-made” to “dairy-made” product category. Large capacity plants have been set up and are being set-up for industrial-scale manufacturing of paneer. This product also happens to be the bulk consumer of surplus milk. It is believed that in the near future, paneer market will grow substantially due to its acceptance across the Indian households because of taste and applicability in the Indian cuisine. It is sold as: Malai paneer, regular paneer, frozen paneer, and, sterilised paneer.
It would not be wrong to forecast that the dairy entrepreneurs, particularly in the private sector, will extend the paneer consumption application into the food sector to produce value-added products — ready-to-eat food in sterile form — in retort packaging with long shelf life.
Large dairy plants will have opportunity to come up with higher value-added products like cheese, plain and flavoured butter, low protein baby food, instant milk powder, dairy whitener, fourth generation ice cream, casein, lactose powder, WPC (whey protein concentrate) and many more protein fractions. While investments are huge, the returns will also be good if supported by adequate marketing network and budget. These products are for up-market. Cheese is a product which is expanding its base due to increasing western food habits. The new generation has accepted it as part of regular diet and it is spreading rapidly. The growth of the dairy sector in the next decade is expected to include increasing production of the following products:
- Extended and long life milk
- Probiotic dahi
- Paneer variants
- Cheese varieties
- Whey protein isolates as consequent of cheese market expansion
In the last decade, the milk availability, market availability, logistics, shelf life, product acceptance, cash flow, etc were major issues for the entrepreneurs. Today, most of these issues are secondary. The major challenges now are:
- High quality raw milk
- Consistent quality of all products
- Extended and long shelf life
- Health promoting product
PRIMARY CONSIDERATIONS IN PLANNING A DAIRY PLANT
The capacity of the milk plant in terms of handling milk and the equipment required for receiving, processing, storage and packaging of milk is based on the following essential features of plant operation:
- Marketing potential;
- Availability of raw milk, quality and price;
- Product mix.
A dairy plant is usually planned based on the marketing potential of milk and milk products since raw milk can always be procured from nearby areas if not available locally. The financial viability of the project is directly related to the milk marketing potential of the plant. The lower the volume of milk handled compared to the designed capacity, higher is the risk of running into losses. It may take two to three years for the plant to reach the targeted capacity, depending on efforts made to tap the market. Initially, substantial investment is required towards sales promotion and advertisement to establish a brand image. Often this aspect is not given due attention by the entrepreneur. Consequently, the dairy plant may take longer time to reach the designed capacity.
Availability of raw milk, quality and price
Milk production varies widely from one part of the country to another. There is also seasonal fluctuation in milk production termed as ‘flush’ and ‘lean’ season. Earlier it used to vary almost in the ratio of 2:1, but it has been considerably reduced due to availability of crossbred cows.
The prime consideration is to procure adequate quantity of good quality milk within a reasonable price limit. It requires intensive effort to organise milk procurement centres in rural areas round the year. Each centre has to be equipped with milk testing facilities to ensure milk quantity of acceptable quality.
If the milk producing area is far away from the processing plant, say about 50 km and beyond, it is necessary to provide chilling facilities to cool the milk to 4oC before transporting to the dairy in the hired insulated road milk tankers. This prevents the milk from turning sour. Chilling facilities could be ‘Bulk Milk Coolers’ of 1,000 to 2,000 litre capacity each to chill milk at the village level or a full-fledged ‘Chilling Centre’ of 10,000 to 50,000 litre capacity for a cluster of villages.
The nationwide drive for cold milk chain has brought in a drastic change in bacterial quality of milk. Bulk milk coolers cool the milk up to 4oC. Safe milk transportation in cold condition and that too in hygienic milk tankers has made it possible to retain the raw milk quality even for long-distance transportation. Large dairy farmers are able to transport milk and sell it at a remunerative price in distant markets. This has facilitated the dairy plant owners to rationalise their own procurement system.
In a market milk plant, the majority of milk is sold as liquid milk, while some small percentage is converted to value-added products like butter milk (chhachh), lassi, dahi, paneer, ghee, mishti doi (dahi), and shrikhand, depending on the local consumer preference.
The raw buffalo milk contains minimum 6% fat and 9% solids-not-fat (SNF) and cow milk a minimum of 4% fat and 8.5% SNF. Some dairies receive mixed milk (buffalo + cow) where fat content ranges from 5% to 5.5% and SNF 8.5% to 8.7%. The raw milk is chilled, pasteurised, standardised and packed in pouches for marketing to consumers. During the standardisation process, milk fat and SNF are adjusted to the required minimum standards laid down under Food Safety and Standards Act (FSSA) and its rules for different types of milk.
The raw milk procurement and marketing never follows a straight line. There is either some surplus or shortage of raw milk. Whenever there is a shortage, the dairy resorts to recombination of milk. When there is a surplus, the dairy has to find out some solution for the surplus milk like converting surplus fat to ghee. Therefore, the dairy must have some facilities to convert a portion of total milk handled, say 5 to 10%, to some products depending on the food habits of the local population. For instance, Northern India and partly Southern India have a good demand for chhachh, lassi and dahi, particularly during summer months, while there is a demand for paneer round the year. Similarly, Western India has a demand for shrikhand and Eastern India for mishti doi. Manufacturing of these products on small scale requires low investment, while profit margin is quite good.
Profitable business is the result of all above factors as it will result in sustained and growing market for the product. It is observed that people accept popular brands at a premium price. Market has also been accepting, albeit reluctantly having no alternative, incremental selling price from time to time. This is helpful for the investors in the sector. The pressure of increasing manufacturing cost due to various external factors does not encroach margins for the investors. Good management and good quality product will ensure better returns on the investment for sure.
The investment decisions are based on the considerations of estimated total annual expenditure and income and the accrued estimated margins.
Cost estimation is a major component of project planning. The cost estimates of a dairy project are broadly divided into the following three sections:
- Plant and equipment;
- Utilities/service equipment; and
- Civil construction work.
These estimates are based on average conditions. Due consideration should be given to the fact that prices vary from place to place and change under the impact of prevailing economic conditions. The consolidated cost of equipment mentioned here is to give an idea to the prospective entrepreneurs. For a realistic appraisal, local prices of various inputs and equipment should be ascertained. Details of specific projects would have to be worked out on the basis of location, current pricing and type of equipment selected.
Plant and equipment
The equipment and their rated capacity are based on the process requirement and future scope of expansion of the dairy plant. If a pasteuriser of10,000 litres/hour is selected considering future requirement, the other equipment connected in line like separator, homogeniser should have the matching capacity. When this plant is expanded to handle 100,000 litres of milk per day, the same pasteuriser can take care of the extra load by running in the second shift. However, it increases the initial investment on the plant. If there is a fund constraint, a pasteuriser of 5,000 litres/hour, with matching capacity separator and homogeniser line may be installed, leaving enough space to install a parallel line at the time of future expansion of the plant. Therefore, selection of the process equipment should not only consider existing requirement but also the future needs as well as availability of funds.
Likewise, utilities equipment and facilities such as boilers, refrigeration plant, transformer, cold store, well water pump and water storage facilities should be decided keeping in view the future expansion of the plant. However, milk storage tanks, silos, cream storage tanks, pouch filling machines required for packaging of milk, milk testing equipment, milk cans for procurement and crates for milk marketing should be purchased in phased manner as per requirement. This can considerably help in reducing initial investment on the project.
Utilities/service section equipment
Water, steam, power and refrigeration needed in a dairy plant would be as per their requirement given by the equipment manufacturer. However, actual requirement considerably varies depending on the utilisation of plant capacity and on the efficiency of management of plant. The likely consumption of various services is given in Table 1.
Table 1. Likely consumption of various utilities/services in a dairy plant.
Liquid milk plant
1 to 1.5 litre/litre of milk
1.5 to 1.7 litres/litre of milk
|Power||1 kw/20 litres of milk|
|Furnace oil||1 litre/100 litres of milk|
|Steam||1 kg/8 litres of milk|
Liquid milk plant
1 TR (ton of refrigeration)/1,000- 1,200 litres of milk
1 TR/600-800 litres of milk
Effluent treatment plant
Liquid milk plant
Composite milk plant
BOD (Biochemical oxygen demand)
Liquid milk plant
1.5 litre/litre of milk
2 litres/litre of milk
700-1000 mg/litre of milk
2000-3500 mg/ litre of milk
Around 30 mg/ litre of milk
The capacity of each of the service equipment is decided according to their peak load demand in relation to operational hours of the plant. It is better to install service equipment in parallel to cope up with the variable service load. Besides, it acts as stand-by unit in the event of any breakdown.
Land and civil construction work
Land: Keeping in view future expansion, around 10,000 square metres of land is required for a one lakh litre dairy plant. While selecting the site, following points should be kept in view:
- The level of land should be high enough to avoid flooding of the area during monsoon season while the dairy effluents can be easily discharged into the drain on a natural gradient of the land;
- There must be clean environment around the plant site in order to maintain hygienic standard; and,
- The cost of land should not be exorbitant to avoid unnecessary escalation of the project’s capital cost.
Design and construction of building: The equipment layout and the building design has to be integrated to ensure that there is adequate space around the equipment for men and material movement and for maintaining hygienic standard for safe processing and storage of milk and milk products as per statutory requirement. The statutory requirement as given in FSSA and rules must be kept in view while designing the building and finalising the equipment layout. Moreover, to obtain certification of HACCP and ISO systems, all the points should be taken care of during the planning stage. Otherwise, it is difficult to incorporate modifications to fulfill their requirements once the building construction has been completed and equipment has been installed.
The dairy building is sub-divided into following sections: (a) Dairy block, (b) Service block, and (c) Ancillary structures.
Dairy block is the heart of the building where the following operations take place and each operational area is separated by partition walls to maintain hygienic standards: (i) Milk filled cans reception section; (ii) Milk processing and storage section; (iii) Fermented milk products manufacturing sections—paneer, dahi, butter milk, etc; (iv) Packaging sections are separately provided for milk, butter, ghee and milk powder; (v) Empty pouch crates reception and washing sections are adjacent to pouch filling section; (vi) Milk and milk products like butter, ghee, milk powder storage rooms are adjacent to their respective packaging sections; (vii) Quality control laboratory; (viii) Cleaning-in-place (CIP-chemical and detergent stores); and (ix) Miscellaneous items and packaging material stores.
The dairy block has several special design features which are mentioned here:
- The plinth level should be 1.1 metre to facilitate loading and unloading of milk cans, crates and loading of packed milk products on the truck from the dairy dock.
- The milk reception dock, cold store, deep freeze and milk pouch crate areas should have Mandana stone flooring.
- The process hall should have Mandana stone/acid proof floor tile flooring.
- The other areas of the dairy block can have Kota stone or terrazzo tiles.
- The milk reception dock, can washing area, crate washing area, pouch filling area, milk and milk product processing hall and cold store should have dado of Kota stone/glazed tiles up to a height of 1.5 meters to prevent absorption of moisture on the wall and to prevent growth of mould.
- The dairy building is subjected to frequent washing and cleaning and hence the floor should have proper slope and special water sealed traps. Brass covered cast iron (CI) drains are laid on the floor for proper drainage of dairy wash water to the effluent treatment plant.
- The height of the building should be adequate for proper ventilation but at the same time, all measures should be taken to prevent entry of birds, flies, insects, dust and dirt.
- Inside the building there should be proper moisture protective good lighting system.
- All the doors and windows should be made of steel or aluminium, non-absorbent of water.
- The building design and site layout should have provision for future expansion.
Service block: In this block, electrical sub-station, steam generation unit and refrigeration plants are installed inside the building in separate rooms while the fuel oil storage tanks are installed outside the building. Here too, the statutory provisions as given by the explosives, electrical, boiler and factory inspectorate should be kept in view. The building should be constructed of steel structure with IPS (Indian Patent Stone) ironite flooring and plinth level at 50 cm. The construction cost is much lower as compared to the dairy block.
Ancillary structures: The ancillary structure comprises hard park, internal tarmac roads, compound wall and effluent treatment plant. The dairy surroundings need to be maintained clean and green to maintain hygienic standards within the milk processing area. Therefore, road should be tarmac and good lawn should be maintained with proper drainage to keep it dust and dirt free. The most important is the design and construction of effluent treatment plant (ETP), with proper arrangement to either drain the treated water or utilise it in the maintenance of lawn and garden. The pollution control board has laid down statutory requirements and these must be fulfilled before getting clearance for commencing the plant installation.
The consolidated project cost estimates for dairy plants of different capacities are given in Table 2. Detailed cost estimates of different capacity plants are provided in Tables 3 and 4.
Table 2. Summary of estimated sectional consolidated equipment cost and total project cost estimate for dairy plant of various capacities.
Estimated Cost ( lakh)
|Description||50,000-75,000 litres/day dairy plant (Manual)||100,000-150,000 litres/day dairy plant (Manual)||100,000-150,000 litres/day dairy plant (Automatic)||250,000 litres/day dairy plant (Automatic)|
|Milk Reception & Storage||
|Milk & Cream Processing & Storage||
|Milk Packing & Cold Storage Section||
|White Butter & Ghee Section||
|Dahi & Fermented Products||
|Khoa & Chhana Section||
|Processed Cheese Section||
|Ice Cream Section||
|Rinse Milk Recovery||
|Automation System & Instrumentation||
|Chilled Water Generation & Distribution||
Compressed Air Generation & Distribution
|RO & Raw water Distribution||
|Electrical Distribution System||
|Laboratory & Hygiene Station Equipment||
|SS Pipes, Valves & Fittings & Pneumatic Valves||
|SS & MS Structural Steel||
|Anaerobic type ETP Complete||
|Erection & Commissioning||
|A. Total for Supply, Erection & Commissioning||
|B. Total Civil Cost||
|C. Grand Total for Complete Project||684.5||
Note: For SNF disposal, a fully automatic powder plant of 10 tonne/day capacity can be thought in 250 TLPD (thousand litres per day) dairy plant and this shall have additional cost of Rs 8.50 crores (mechanical component).
A 50,000 to 75,000 lpd milk plant is considered economically viable. The 150,000 and 250,000 lpd are suggested for large investors
Table 3. Estimate of civil and ancillaries work for various capacity dairy plants.
|50,000-75,000 litres/day dairy plant (Manual)||100,000-150,000 litres/day dairy plant (Manual)||100,000-150,000 litres/day dairy plant (Automatic)||250,000 litres/day dairy plant (Automatic)|
|Estimate (Rs lakh)||
|Estimate (Rs lakh)||
|Estimate (Rs lakh)||
Estimate (Rs lakh)
|Lump sum||90.8||Lump sum||172.00||Lump sum||202.00||Lump sum||
Main Plant Building
|Road||Lump sum||Lump sum||Lump sum||
Chain Link Fencing for boundary
|Lump sum||Lump sum||Lump sum||Lump sum|
|Storm water & Drainage system||Lump sum||Lump sum||Lump sum||
Street light & Internal Electrification
|Lump sum||Lump sum||Lump sum||
PROJECT PLANNING AND EXECUTION
Given below is a broad guideline on project execution:
- Appoint a consultant to prepare the project outline comprising the clear view of processing equipment, civil building, capital investment and completion period.
- Establish a project cell to implement and monitor the progress of the project.
- The preliminary project report to be submitted to the bank for loan.
- After financial sanction, prepare a detailed project report.
- The detailed project report should include selection of site, architectural drawings of buildings, civil tender document, and dairy plant, equipment and service equipment tender document.
The project cell has to discharge the following tasks:
- Coordination with consultant for preparation of plans, drawings, civil and equipment specifications, invitation of tender and award of work. Coordination with State Government and other statutory authorities for timely completion of projects. These authorities are factory inspector, electric inspector, boiler inspector, pollution control board, etc.
- Coordination with the concerned agencies to ensure that all infrastructure facilities are available on time. These facilities are construction of approach road, temporary power connection during construction period and permanent power connection at the time of commissioning of plant and supply of water. Municipal drainage line should be accessible to connect treated dairy effluent line or alternatively availability of land be assured for disposal of treated effluent as per the guidelines provided by the state pollution control board.
- Hiring or construction of temporary warehouse for safe storage of plant and equipment, building materials, etc received at site.
- Arrangement of proper security at site.
- Holding coordination meetings with all concerned agencies to review progress of the project work at a finite interval.
- Recruitment of personnel for the milk plant and organising their training in its operation, maintenance and management.
- Purchase of consumable store items like chemicals, detergents, glass-ware, oils, lubricants and packaging materials prior to commissioning of the plant.
- Liaising with the bank to maintain proper flow of funds for timely payment to suppliers and contractors.
- Maintenance of project account, auditing of account and periodic review of progress of fund utilisation.
- Along with the progress of milk plant construction, field survey work must be taken up to identify milk procurement routes, village milk collection and chilling centers, selection and training of personnel for management of chilling centre, running and maintenance of bulk milk cooler and testing of milk. A proper plan of sales promotion and advertisements to be launched for consumer awareness about the availability of milk, time of supply, prices, brand name and location of milk selling booths.
- Selection of milk vendors or booth agents and their terms of contract.
The project must be cost effective, functional and its execution should be left to the professionals. The target should be to complete the project within the time.
In conclusion, proper and detailed planning is required for setting up a dairy plant. Various important factors related to milk procurement, market requirement, product-mix, plant details and layout, financial layout and finance availability, margin prospects, marketing system etc must be appropriately considered in planning. Similarly, the project should be executed efficiently.
Table 4. Equipment and machinery requirement for different capacity dairy plants (including related utilities/services).
|Item||Equipment and Machinery Requirement for|
50,000-75,000 litres/day dairy plant (Manual)
Production Programme: Market Milk + Fat Handling + Traditional Indian Products + Cheese
100,000-150,000 litres/day dairy plant (Manual)
Market Milk + Fat Handling + Fermented Products + Paneer
100,000-150,000 litres/day dairy plant (Automatic)
Market Milk + Fat Handling + Fermented Products + Paneer
250,000 litres/day dairy plant (Automatic)
Market Milk + Fat Handling + Fermented Products + Paneer
|Milk Reception Section|
|Incoming and Outgoing Can Conveyor||–||–||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||–||–|
|Can Washer||800 cans/hr||1||800 cans/hr||1||800 cans/hr||1||–||–|
|Can Tipping Bar||Standard||1||Standard||1||Standard||1||–||–|
|Milk Weigh Bowl with Electronic Weighing Scale||500 kgs||1||500 kgs||1||500 kgs||1||–||–|
|SS 304 G Dump Tank||1,000 litre||1||1,000 litre||1||1,000 litre||1||–||–|
|Filter of SS Material Disc type 63.5 mm||1,000 LPH||1||1,000 LPH||1||1,000 LPH||1||–||–|
|SS 304 G Milk Pump – 10,000 LPH||10,000 LPH||1||10,000 LPH||1||10,000 LPH||1||–||–|
|SS 304 G Tank Unloading Pump||10,000 LPH||1||10,000 LPH||1||10,000 LPH||1||–||–|
|SS 304 G Milk Chiller||10,000 LPH||1||10,000 LPH||1||10,000 LPH||1||–||–|
|Sour Milk Separator 1,000 LPH||1,000 LPH||1||1,000 LPH||1||1,000 LPH||1||–||–|
|SS 304 G Can Scrubber||420 litres||1||420 litres||1||420 litres||1||–||–|
|Raw Milk Storage Tanks||30,000 litre||2||30,000 litre||2||30,000 litre||2||–||–|
|Raw Milk Tanker Unloading Hose with Fittings, 76 mm diameter||06 mtr||1||06 mtr||1||06 mtr||1||06 mtr||2|
|Deaeration Vessel||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||20 TLPH||1||20 TLPH||2|
|Tanker Unloading Pump||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||1||40 TLPH||2|
|Inline Strainer (Duplex)||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||1||40 TLPH||2|
|Raw Milk Chiller (10-4oC)||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||1||40 TLPH||2|
|Tanker CIP Return Pump (Self Priming Type) + Hose||–||–||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||2|
|Brust Rinse System for Tanker (comprising Burst Rinse Manway, Hose, Spray Ball, etc)||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||Suitable||2|
|MS Platform for Tanker Reception with railing and staircase||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||–||–|
|Reception & CIP Control Panel||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||–||2|
|Self-Supported Steel Platform for approach of Tanker Manway with SS railings||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Electronic Weigh Bridge||–||–||–||–||–||–||40 tonne||1|
|Tanker CIP Hose with Fittings (Forward & Return)||–||–||–||–||–||–||63 mm & 38 mm||4 forward + 2 return|
|Dummy Man Ways for Tanker CIP||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||4|
|Raw Milk Silos with SS Platform, SS railing & SS staircase, Light and Sight Glass Arrangement, Washing Ring and Drain Pipe.||–||–||–||–||–||–||100 TL||2|
|Raw Milk Transfer Pump from RMST to Pasteuriser with VF Drive||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||2|
|CIP Return Pump for RMST||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|Raw Milk Tanker Dispatch Pump for RMST||–||–||–||–||–||–||30 TLPH||1|
|Tanker Loading Hose with Fittings, Length 6 mtr||–||–||–||–||–||–||63.5 mm||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||38.00||65.00||85.00||110.00|
|Reconstitute Recirculation Pump||3 TLPH||1|
|Powder Blender with accessories||200kg/hr||1 set||200kg/hr||1 set||500 kg/hr||1 set|
|Reconstitution Storage Tank||3,000 litre||1||3,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1|
|Reconstitute Transfer Pump||5 TLPH||1||–||–||–||–||10 TLPH||1|
|Reconstitute Milk Chiller (35-4oC)||3 TLPH||1||2 TLPH||1||3 TLPH||1||3 TLPH||1|
|Recon Circulation cum Transfer Pump||3 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||15 TLPH||1|
|CIP Return Pump for Recon. Storage Tank||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||8.00||12.00||16.00||20.00|
|Milk & Cream Processing Section|
|Milk Pasteuriser with all accessories & Hydro Cyclone & Hot Cream Chilling Section Using Raw Milk intake from Pasteuriser on SS Skid. Holding tube on Rack||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||1|
|Self-Cleaning Tri Purpose Centrifuge with Sludge Collection Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||1|
|Auto Standardisation unit with SS Skid & all standard accessories||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||1|
|Manual Hoist with I-Beam||–||–||–||–||–||–||2 tonne||1|
|Pasteurised milk storage Silos (PMST) with SS plattform, SS Railing, SS Staircase, Light and Sught Glass Arrangement, Washing Ring and Down Pipe||–||–||–||–||–||–||60||3|
|Raw Milk Transfer Pump to Pasteuriser||5,000 LPH||1||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||–||–|
|Milk Transfer Pump to Packing Section||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||2|
|Milk Transfer Pump to Paneer||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||1|
|Milk Transfer Pump to Tanker Dispatch||–||–||–||–||–||–||30 TLPH||1|
|CIP Return Pump for PMST||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|Milk Pasteuriser Module||05 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||–||–|
|Milk Separator with Manual De-Sluding||–||–||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||–||–|
|Hydro Flow System for Separator (for Centrifuge with 1 W + 1S Pump)||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||Suitable||1|
|Pasteurised Milk Storage Silo||30 TL||2||30 TL||3||30 TL||3||–||–|
|Pasteurised Milk Despatch Pump||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1||–||–|
|Milk Re chiller (8oC to 2oC) / Re-Chiller for Past Milk to Pouch Packing||3 TLPH||1||3 TLPH||1||–||–||–||–|
|HMST (Dual Compartment) for Packing Section||10 TL||2||–||–||–||–||15 TL||3|
|Cream Separator||05 TLPH||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Chain Pulley Block (Double fall) with Monorail & Traveling Trolley||Standard||1||Standard||1||Standard||1||–||–|
|Cream Balance Tank||500 litre||–||1,000 litre||1||–||–||–||–|
|Cream Buffer Tank (Insulated)||–||–||–||–||1,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||2|
|Cream Pasteuriser Module||3 TLPH||–||3 TLPH||1||3 TLPH||1|
|Cream Pasteuriser with all accessories||–||–||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH||1|
|Cream Transfer Pump to Cream Pasteuriser||–||–||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH||1|
|Cream feed Pump to Pasteuriser||3 TLPH||3 TLPH||1||3 TLPH||1|
|Cream Storage Tank (Insulated & Jacketed)||5,000 litre||1||3,000 litre||2||3,000 litre||2||5,000 litre||2|
|Cream Pump||5,000 LPH||1||5,000 LPH||1||5,000 LPH||1|
|Pneumatic Valves for Process Section||Suitable||1|
|Cream Transfer Pump to Butter Section (Lobe) with By Pass CF Pump for CIP||–||–||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH Each||2|
|CIP Return Pump for Cream Buffer and Storage Tank (Common)||–||–||–||–||–||–||15 TLPH||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||120.00||230.00||260.90||310.00|
|White Butter & Ghee Section|
|Continuous Butter Making Machine (CBMM) for Unsalted Butter||–||–||–||–||–||–||800 kg/hr||1|
|Pasteurised Wash Water Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||5,000 litre||1|
|Wash Water Transfer Pump||–||–||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH||1|
|Butter Churn||1,000 litre Volumetric||1||1,000 kg/hr||1||1,000 kg/hr||1|
|Butter Trolley (with screw Conveyor and Pump)||500 litre||2||500 litre||2||500 litre||2||500 kg||2|
|Butter Milk Buffer Tank||200 litre||1||200 litre||1||200 litre||1||500 litre||1|
|Butter Milk Transfer Pump||1 TLPH||1|
|Butter Milk Chiller||1,000 LPH||1||1,000 LPH||1||1,000 LPH||1||1 TLPH||1|
|Butter Milk Storage Tank||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1|
|Butter Milk Transfer Pump to RMST||10 TLPH||1|
|CIP Return Pump to Butter Milk Buffer Tank||–||–||–||–||–||1||15 TLPH||1|
|Wash Point With Hose||–||–||–||–||–||2||–||–|
|Butter Melting Tank||1,000 kg||1||1,000 kg||1||1,000 kg||2||1,000 kg||1|
|Stratification Tank||2,000 litre||1||2,000 litre||1||2,000 litre||1||2,000 litre||1|
|Ghee Boiler||500 litre||1||500 litre||2||500 litre||2||1 tonne||2|
|Ghee settling Tank||1,000 litre||1||1,000 litre||2||1,000 litre||1||1,000 litre||2|
|Ghee Clarifier||500 LPH||1||500 LPH||1||500 LPH||1||500 LPH||1|
|Ghee storage Tank||2,000 litre||1||1,500 litre||2||1,500 litre||1||1,500 litre||2|
|Ghee packing Balance Tank||300 litre||1||300 litre||1||300 litre||1||300 litre||1|
|Semi Mechanical Jar Filling Machine||250 bottles/hr||1||250 bottles/hr||1||250 bottles/hr||1||250 bottles/hr||1|
|Induction Sealing Machine||Semi Mechanical||1||Semi Mechanical||1||Semi Mechanical||1||Semi Mechanical||1|
|Vertical FFS Machine for Ghee||800 PPH||1||800 PPH||800 PPH||1|
|Ghee Granulation Room||4*4*2.5 mtr||1||4*4*2.5 mtr||1||6*6*2.5 mtr||6*6*2.5 mtr||1|
|Semi Automatic Tin Filling Machine with Lid Capping||–||–||–||–||1 TPH||1 TPH||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||25.00||40.00||45.00||75.00|
|Pouch Packing & Cold Storage|
|HMST with Flow Plate Arrangement||5000 litres||2||10 TL||3||10 TL||3|
|Crate Washer||600 crates/hr||1||800 crates/hr||1||800 crates/hr||1||800 crates/hr||1|
|Manual Two Tier Crate Conveyor||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set|
|Medium Speed Packing Machine||5,500 PPH||2||7,500 PPH||3||7,500 PPH||3|
|High Speed Packing Machine||–||–||10,000 PPH||4|
|SS Chute & Pouch Collection Table||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set|
|Jaw Water Cooling System with 1,000 KL (2,000 KL*) Insulated Tank, PHE & Recirculation Pump||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set|
|Leaky Pouch Cut Open System with Tank, Transfer Pump||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set|
|Cold Store for Liquid Milk with Stand Alone Refrigeration system, PUF Panel Insulation & Manual Door||8*6*3.5 Mtr||1 set||10*10*3.5 Mtr||1 set||10*10*3.5 Mtr||1 set||20*15*3.5 Mtr||1 set|
|Crate Transfer Trolley||Suitable||6||Suitable||12||Suitable||12||Suitable||16|
|Automatic Crate Counter||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||2 set|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||40.00||65.00||85.00||95.00|
|Khoa and Chhana Plant|
|Standardised Khoa Milk Storage Tank||1,000 litre||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Khoa Kettle with Agitator System||100 litres||4||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Khoa Kettle without Agitation (by steam)||80 litres||4||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Khoa Cooling Trays||10 kgs||150||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Chhana Coagulation Vat||200 litre||2||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Citric Acid Tank with Jacket||300 litre||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Chhana Musti Machine||Standard||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Chhana Portioner and Ball Maker||Standard||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Rasgulla Fryer||200 litre||2||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Sugar Syrup Dissolution System by Steam||500 litre||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Sugar Filter Press (Carbon Filter)||500 LPH||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Rasgulla Dipping Trough||500 litre||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Rasgulla Boiling Trough||100 litre||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||25.00||–||–||–|
|Paneer Plant (2 to 5 tonnes/day)|
|Paneer Milk Storage Tank||–||–||–||–||5000 litre||2||10 TL||2|
|Paneer Milk Heater (4-90oC)||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH||1||5 TLPH||1|
|Paneer Vat (Insulated)||500 litre||2+2||500 litre||4||500 litre||4||500 litre||8|
|Acid Dozing Tank (Jacketed + Insulated + Agitator)||300 litre||1+1||300 litre||2||300 litre||2||1,000 litre||2|
|Acid Dozing System with Spray to each Vat||Standard||2+2||Standard||4||Standard||4||Standard||4|
|Whey Drainage System (Siphon Type)||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Whey Collection Trough||Set||2+2||Set||4||Set||4||Set||4|
|Paneer Hoops-10 kgs||10 kgs||35+35||10 kgs||70||10 kgs||70||10 kgs||100|
|Paneer Cloth Washer and Dryer||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Paneer Mincer||1 HP||1||1 HP||1||1 HP||1||1 HP||1|
|Hoop Transfer Conveyor from Vat to Press||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Multifold Paneer Press||2 Piston||1+1||4 Piston||3||4 Piston||3||4 Piston||6|
|Hoop Transfer Conveyor from Press to Chilled Water Tank||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Chilled Water Tank Insulated with Grill||3,000 litre||1+1||5,000 litre||1+1||5,000 litre||2||5,000 litre||2|
|Plate Chiller with accessories||2500 LPH||1||5000 LPH||1||5000 LPH||1||7500 LPH||1|
|Hoop Transfer Conveyor from Chilled Water Tank to Blast Cooler||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Blast Room having temp of 2oC (6*6*8 Ft)||1,000 kg/hr||1||1,000 kg/hr||1||1,000 kg/hr||1||1,000 kg/hr||1|
|Paneer Cutter ( 200g, 500g, 1 kg, 2 kg blocks)||500 kg/hr||1||500 kg/hr||1||500 kg/hr||1||500 kg/hr||2|
|Paneer Slicing Machine (100*100*10 mm)||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Weighing Balance with Tables||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Vacuum Packaging Machine — Double Chambered||500 kg/hr||1||500 kg/hr||1||500 kg/hr||1||500 kg/hr||2|
|Coding System with Case Packer||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1||Set||1|
|Cold Store for Fresh Paneer @ 4oC||30 tonne||1||30 tonne||1||30 tonne||1||50 tonne||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||18.00||28.00||35.00||60.00|
|Processed Cheese (1.5 to 2 tonnes/day)|
|Hermetically Closed Cheese Vat (Jacketed and Insulated)-||3,000 litre||1+1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Whey Draining Table||1,000 litre||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Curd Milling Machine||1 tonne/hr||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Fine Saver||3 TLPH||Nos.||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Semi Mechanical Cheese Stretcher (Steam Type)||300 kg/hr||2||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Molds for Mozzarella Cheese||2 kgs||200||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Cheese Hoops ( rectangle- 20 kgs)||20 kgs||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Cheese Cloths||1,200 PPH||15+15||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Vertical 4 Station Press( Pneumatic)||4 Station||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Vacuum Packaging Machine||To be used from Paneer Section||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Ripening Rooms (Two Story) at 8oC temperature||60 tonne||1+1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Salting/Brining Tank (For Mozzarella)||1,000 litre||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Block Cutting Machine (For 20 kg Blocks)||Standard||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Stephan Type Kettle||80 litres||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Processed Cheese Transferring Unit||100 litre volume||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Ceka Packing Machine For Processed Cheese||12 packets/min||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Cheese Spread Filling Machine (Semi-Mechanical)||300 tubs/hr||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||25.00||–||–||–|
|Dahi and Fermented Products||Suitable||Lot||Suitable||Lot||Suitable||Lot||–||–|
Curd/Paneer Milk Pasteuriser with all accessories & 6 minute holding time (common for curd & butter milk) with outlet of 85oC, 45 and 4oC
(PLC Controlled with OP & Connectivity with Main PLC)
|3 TLPH||1||5 TLPH||1||5 TLPH||1||5 TLPH||1|
|Std VMST for Past Curd Milk Buffer Tank||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||2||5,000 litre||2||10 TL||2|
|Thermiser (Milk Heater) with VFD – 4o to 42oC||2 TLPH||1||3 TLPH||1||3 TLPH||1||5 TLPH||1|
|Closed Insulated Vat for Culture Inoculation and Vertical Stirrer||500 litre||2||500 litre||3||500 litre||4||500 litre||6|
|Semi Cup Filling & Sealing Machine||1,200 CPH||1||1,200 CPH||1||1,200 CPH||1||1,200 CPH||2|
|Dahi Pouch Filling Machine (FFS)||1,200 PPH||1||1,200 PPH||1||1,200 PPH||1||1,200 PPH||2|
|Dahi i Incubation Room (Temperature 42oC)||3*3*2.5 mtr||1||4*6*2.5 mtr||1||6*6*2.5 mtr||1||10*6*2.5 mtr||1|
|Dahi Blast Cooler (from 42oC to 20oC in 1 hr)||3*3*2.5 mtr||1||6*6*2.5 mtr||1||8*6*2.5 mtr||1||12*6*2.5 mtr||1|
|SS Trays (4 kg/tray)||4 kgs/tray||60||4 kgs/tray||100||4 kgs/Tray||120||4 kgs/Tray||150|
|Trolleys||10 trays/trolley||6||10 trays/ trolley||12||10 Trays/ Trolley||15||10 Trays/ Trolley||20|
|UV Chamber for Cup Sterilisation||Standard||1||Standard||1||Standard||1||Standard||1|
|pH Meter for Dahi Plant||Digital table top||1||Digital table top||1||Digital Table Top||1||Digital Table Top||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||25.00||40.00||55.00||75.00|
|Ice Cream Plant (10 TLPH)|
|Blending Tank (Jacketed & Insulated) with Agitator||2 TL||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Shear Mixer Arrangement attached with both Blending Tanks||5 TLPH||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|PHE type Ice Cream Mix Pasteuriser||2 TLPH||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Homogeniser-2 Stage—3000 to 3500 PSI||2 TLPH||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Ageing Tanks||3 TL-2 Nos||2||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Flavour Mixing Tanks||500 L- 3 Nos||3||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Continuous Freezer||600 LPH, 400 LPH each||2||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Fruit and Nut Feeder (5-25% Feed Incorporation) with 1 to 80 rpm||600 LPH, 400 LPH each||2||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Cup Filling Machine (40 ml and 80, 120 ml cup)||6,000 CPH||1 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Bulk Ice Cream Filler (1 litre, 4 litre)||600 LPH||1 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Chocolate Melting Kettle for Chocolate Sauce||200 litre||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Candy Moulds (40 ml, 80 ml)||24 molds set each||2 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Kulfi Moulds||6 sets of 24 Mold||6 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Candy Tank||24 Molds||1 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Candy Demoulding Tank (with Jacket Heating)||100 litres||1||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Hardening Tunnel (Continuous)||1,200 LPH||1 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Deep Freeze Storage( Sq Mtr)—FIFO System Type (-18oC)||50 TL storage||1 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Refrigeration System for Ice Cream Freezer||Suitable||1 set||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||43.00||–||–||–|
|Centralised CIP System|
|Lye Flaks Dissolving Tank||1,000 litre||1|
|Conc. Lye Storge Tank||2,000 litre||1||2,000 litre||1||2,000 litre||1|
|Conc. Acid Storage Tank||1,000 litres||1||2,000 litre||1||2,000 litre||1||–||–|
|Lye & Acid Dosing System||500 litres||1 set||500 litres||1 set||500 litres||1 set||–||–|
|Caustic Tank||2,500 litres||1||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1||–||–|
|Acid Tank||2,500 litres||1||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1||–||–|
|Water Tank||2,500 litres||1||3,000 litre||1||3,000 litre||1||–||–|
|Recuperation Tank||2,500 litres||1||5,000 litre||1||5,000 litre||1||–||–|
|CIP Forward Pump with VFD||10 TLPH||1||15 TLPH||2||15 TLPH||2||–||–|
|CIP Heater PHE/THE Spiral Flow 60-90oC||15 TLPH||1||15 TLPH||2||15 TLPH||2||–||–|
|CIP Flow Plate||Standard||–||Standard||–||–||–||–||–|
|Instrumentation & Pneumatic Valves for CIP System||Lot||1||Lot||1||Lot||1||–||–|
|PLC based Control Panel for CIP System & Flow Diversion||Lot||1||Lot||1||–||–||Lot||1|
|Bulk Chemical Handling Section|
|Bulk Lye Storage Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||15 TL||1|
|Bulk Acid Storage Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||15 TL||1|
|Chemical Unloading Pump||–||–||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH||2|
|Chemical Unloading Hose||–||–||–||–||–||–||63.5 mm Dia||2|
|Acid Service Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||500 litre||1|
|Lye Service Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||500 litre||1|
|Acid Transfer Pump||–||–||–||–||–||–||2 TLPH||1|
|Lye Transfer Pump||–||–||–||–||–||–||2 TLPH||1|
|Tanker and Process CIP Kitchen|
|Lye Solution Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||10 TL||1|
|Acid Solution Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||8,000 litre||1|
|Hot Water Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||5,000 litre||1|
|Recuperation/Rinse Water Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||8,000 litre||1|
|Sterilisation Tank||–||–||–||–||–||–||200 litre||1|
|THE for CIP Heating||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||4|
|Duplex Filter||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||4|
|CIP Forward Pump with VFD||–||–||–||–||–||–||20 TLPH||4|
|CIP Circulation Pump||–||–||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH||2|
|SS Platform for approach||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||15.00||22.00||28.00||45.00|
|Rinse Milk Recovery System|
|Rinse Milk Balance Tank||–||–||–||–||500 litre||1||500 litre||1|
|Rinse Milk Chiller||–||–||–||–||5 TLPH||1||5 TLPH||1|
|Rinse Milk Storage Tank||–||–||–||–||10 TL||1||10 TL||1|
|Rinse Milk Transfer Pump to Raw Milk Silo + Past. Balance Tank and Recon. Tank||–||–||–||–||10 TLPH||1||10 TLPH||1|
|CIP Return Pump from Rinse Milk Balance Tank||–||–||–||–||15 TLPH||1||15 TLPH||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||–||–||12.00||15.00|
|Automation & Instrumentation|
|Distributed Control System||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||–||1|
|Man Machine Interface (MMI) Operator Station PC (2 OS + 1 ES)||–||–||–||–||Suitable||3||–||3|
|Reception Laboratory PC||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Milk Despatch PC||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Main Laboratory PC||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Printers (1 Laserjet B/W, A4) (1 Inkjet colour, A3) (1 Dot matix, 132 column)||–||–||–||–||Suitable||3||–||3|
|Control Desk/Cabinet + 8 Chairs for Control Room||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||–||1|
|Field Instrumentation /Control Valves and Accessories|
|Magnetic Flow Meters||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||–||1|
|Mass/Density Flow Meters||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||–||1|
|Pneumatic Valves (2 way, 3 way, mix proof, Butterfly etc)||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1||–||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||–||–||65.00||120.00|
|Hot Water Generator with all standard accessories||5 lakh Kcal/hr||1||10 lakh Kcal/hr||1||10 lakh Kcal/hr||1||–||–|
|Hot Water Pipes, Valves & Fittings with Hot Insulation||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||–||–|
|Steam Boiler with all standard accessories and Control Panel/PLC Control||300 kg/hr||1||1 tonne/hr||1||1 tonne/hr||1||
Solid Fuel Fired–Multiple type
|Common Chimeny for both Boiler||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|HP Steam and Condensate Pipes, Valves & Fittings||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|LP Steam Pipes, Valves & Fittings||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||1|
|Insulation of HP/LP/Condensate Pipes & Fittings||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|Condensate Recovery System with Pumping, Piping, Supports, Insulation, 1,000 litre SS Insulated Tank, etc||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||15.00||35.00||35.00||50.00|
|Chilled Water Generation & Distribution|
|Reciprocating Compressor-Based Chilled Water Generation System with all standard accessories||70 ton of refrigeration||
|100 ton of refrigeration||1+1||100 ton of refrigeration||1+1||160 ton of refrigeration||1+1|
|Insulated Chilled Water Storage Tank with Hot Well and Cold Well Section||15,000 liters||1||20,000 liters||1||20,000 liters||1||25,000 litres||1|
|Primary Chilled Water Pumps with VFD||Suitable||2+1||Suitable||2+1||Suitable||2+1||Suitable||2+1|
|Secondary Chilled Water Pumps with VFD||Suitable||2+1||Suitable||2+1||Suitable||2+1||Suitable||2+1|
|Ammonia Pipes, Valves & Fittings||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot|
|Chilled Water Pipes, Valves & Fittings||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot|
|First Charge of Lubrication||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job|
|First Charge of Ammonia Gas||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||40.00||88.00||88.00||110.00|
|Compressed Air Generation and Distribution|
|Reciprocating type Air Compressor with all standard accessories||50 CFM||1+1||80 CFM||1+1||80 CFM||1+1||160 CFM||1+1|
|Air Receiver with all accessories and Automatic Drain Valve||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1|
|Refrigerated Air Dryers||Suitable||1|
|Compressed Air Pipes, Valves & Fittings||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||6.00||12.00||12.00||40.00|
|Soft/RO & Raw Water Distribution System|
|Raw Water Hydro Flow System with Control Panel and accessories||15 M3/hr||1||15 M3/hr||1||15 M3/hr||1||15 M3/hr||1|
|Feed Pump to RO Plant||20 M3/hr||2||20 M3/hr||2||20 M3/hr||2||20 M3/hr||2|
|Semi Automatic Soft/RO Plant with all standard accessories||15 M3/hr||11||20 M3/hr||11||20 M3/hr||11||20 M3/hr||11|
|Raw Water Storage Tank||50 M3||1 set||100 M3||1 set||100 M3||1 set||75 M3||1 set|
|Soft/RO Water Storage Tank||100 M3||1 set||100 M3||1 set||100 M3||1 set||75 M3||1 set|
|Soft/RO water Hydro Flow System with Control Panel & accessories||30 M3/hr||1||30 M3/hr||1||30 M3/hr||1||30 M3/hr||1|
|Soft/RO & Raw Water Pipes, Valves & Fittings||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1||Suitable||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||12.00||22.00||22.00||30.00|
|Electrical Distribution System|
|Two Pole Structure with Earthing System||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||–||–|
|HT VCB Panel & HT Cable||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||–||–|
|Oil Type Transformer||250 KVA||1 set||250 KVA||1 set||–||–|
|Main PCC Panel with Two Incomer||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||–||–|
|DG Set with all accessories and Acuastic Insulation||160 KVA||1 set||200 KVA||1 set||200 KVA||1 set||–||–|
|MCC Panel for Ground Floor Equipment||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||–||–|
|MCC Panel for First Floor Equipment||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||–||–|
|MCC Panel for Utilities & Services||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||–||–|
|Earthing for Complete Plant (Copper and GI wherever required)||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||–||–|
|LT Power & Control Cable||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||–||–|
|Misc. Electrical Items Like Cable Tray, SS/MS/GI Conduit for Cable Laying, Rubber Mat, etc||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||–||–|
|HT Panel and Protection System||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Dry Type Transformer with OLTC||–||–||–||–||–||–||1,200 KVA||1|
|LT Bus Duct||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Power Control Centre ( PCC )||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Power & Control Cables||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|RCP’S & JB’s||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|Earthing for Power and Instrumentation (Separate)||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|APFC panel & Capacitors||–||–||–||–||–||–||Suitable||1|
|DG Set with Synchronisation Panel||–||–||–||–||–||–||500 KVA||2|
|– G-I Cable Trays||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|– Isolators (Emergency Switches)||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|– Rubber Mats/Insulated Paint||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|– Conduits — MS & SS||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||1|
|– Toolkit for Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||3|
|– Fire Extinguisher (Dry Type) for Electrical Room & MCC + Co2 for Control Room||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||12|
|UPS for Automation System (Redundant Type)||–||–||–||–||–||–||15 KVA||1|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||18.00||35.00||35.00||75.00|
|Anaerobic type ETP with all accessories and Electrical Panel, with Gas Storage Tank and Compressor||60 M3/day||1 set||100 M3/day||1 set||100 M3/day||1 set||150 M3/day||1 set|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||20.00||35.00||35.00||75.00|
|SS Pipes, Valves & Fittings & Pneumatic Valves||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||18||35||95.00||125.00|
|SS & MS Structural Steel||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot||Suitable||1 lot|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||13||22||22.00||40.00|
|Laboratory Equipment||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set||Suitable||1 set|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||11.00||28.00||28.00||50.00|
|Erection and Commissioning of above Equipment||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job||Suitable||1 job|
|Total Cost (Rs lakh):||58.70||108.30||135.90||192.00|
Total Project Estimate
Total Cost (Rs lakh):