Tuesday, August 29, 2006
It is obtained from heat treatment of the fresh bran.
Rice bran contain about 18-20% of oil other constituents are oleic Acid 40-50% and 29-42% saturated acid.
Crude and edible oil are two grades of bran oil. It is used as a shortening. Rice bran wax is an important by-product of rice bran oil industry.
India ranks second in production of rice in the world and has a potential to produce about 12 lakh tonne of rice bran oil but currently produces only 7 lakh tonne of oil per annum. Out of this, hardly 1.5 lakh tonne is used for direct human consumption as refined rice bran oil and rest is used for blending and vanaspati.
Project Outline:Plant capacity: 280 MT/Day
Plant & machinery: Rs.800 Lacs
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Monday, August 28, 2006
Marketing Manual & Web Directory Essential Oils Grading & Marketing Rules
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Prices of Carbon Creditsn are much lower in China
Therefore more International Buyers are doing business with China than India
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Chipboard is used for the backing of notepads, backing of stacks of business forms, and in scrapbooking used to ship stacks of sheets of paper to scrapbook stores. Some manufacturers are making acid-free/lignin free chipboard specifically for use in making scrapbook pages. Chipboard can be used to create thickness in scrapbook page embellishments and monogram letters
OXSILAN is a registered trade mark of Chemetall GmBH. It is a novel nanoscale metal pretreatment technology. It is free of hazardous metals and provides superior corrosion resistance for a wide range of multi metal substrates.
A Satellite broadcasts a few watts of microwave signals from the geostationary orbit 36,000 kilometers above the earth. The transmissions are also broadcast over a wide "foodprint" area. The satellite signals suffer an attenuation of approximately 200dB, while making this 36,000 kilometers journey from the satellite to reception points on the ground. The satellite signals which finally arrive are extremely weak.
A dish antenna is used to collect these weak satellite signals over a large area - the surface of the dish. These signals are then focused by the parabolic curvature of the dish, to the focal point. Even at the focal point, the satellite signals are only a few micro-watts.
Thursday, August 24, 2006
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