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PROJECT PROFILE ON MINI FLOUR MILL

PRODUCT

: WHEAT FLOUR (Atta), SOOJI/RAWA WHEAT FLOUR (Maida), BRAN

PRODUCT CODE

: 204109000 (Wheat Flour) 204111003 (Sooji /Rawa) 204108004 (Maida)

QUALITY STANDARD.

: The

Product may be manufactured as per ‘AGMARK’ Specification. The BIS have also laid down Specification for the Products : IS :1155 – 1968 (Wheat Atta). IS : 1009 - 1979 (Maida) IS : 1010 – 1968 (Sooji/Rawa)

PRODUCTION CAPACITY (P.A.)

: Item Atta Maida : Sooji : Bran

Qnty. (MT) 1800 4500 1080 1620

Value (Rs.) 2,43,00,000 6,52,50,000 1,56,60,000 1,53,90,000

MONTH & YEAR OF PREPARATION PREPARED BY

: March , 2011

:

MSME-Development Institute, 11-A,IDC,Karnal..

1

A.

INTRODUCTION.

There are 812 roller flour mills in our country producing approximate 25 million tonnes, of milled cereal products worth Rs. 1200 crores. Flour Mills can be installed with minimum capacity of 30 TPD of raw material crushing capacity per day to maximum 1000 TPD. The capacity suggested in this report is for mini flour mill i.e. 30 tonnes of raw material crushing capacity per day. As per CII mckinsey survey it is estimated that by 2005 the market for branded Atta has grown to Rs. 15000 crore. B. MARKET POTENTIAL.

Whole wheat flour is used in making Chapaties, Puries, Parotha and other roasted cereal based products. Wheat flour or Maida is a basic raw material for making Bread, Biscuits Cakes and other bakery products. Sooji / Rava is used in many sweetmeat products. Bran separated on milling is used as cattle feed. The products sold under brand names are very few. The concept for branded cereal flour products is now increasing. The big giants like Hindustan Lever, NEPC Agro, Nirma etc. have jumped in to this lucrative industry.

C. 1. 2.

BASIS AND PRESUMPTIONS: It is presumed that the unit will run three shift per day and 300 working days per annum. The following extraction rates are presumed : Maida 50 % Sooji 12 % Atta 20 % Bran 18 % Extraction rates are only suggested. Miller can change according to demand, Wheat quality & climatic conditions. Labour wages have been taken as per market rates. Different varieties of wheat may be blended for producing desired end product. The rate of interest has been taken 14% on an average both for fixed investment and working capital. The rates quoted in respect of Machinery/equipment raw materials are those prevailing at the time of preparation of report and are likely to vary from place to place and supplier to supplier and necessary changes are to be made as and when required. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE.

3. 4. 5. 6.

D.

The approximate time required for various activities is given below. However, it may vary from place to place depending upon the local circumstances: 2

i. ii. iii. iv. v.

Selection of site. SSI Registration . Project Report Preparation. Availability of Finance

1 Month 7 days 1 Month 2 Month 8th months onward.

Machinery Procurement, Erection, Commissioning & Trial Run, etc.

E. 1.

TECHNICAL ASPECTS. Production Details & Process of Manufacture Wheat is first cleaned thoroughly to remove dust, stone and other foreign matters clean wheat is tempered before grinding by treating with water so that the bran is separated from the endosperm. The tempered wheat is crushed between corrugated rollers (Break rolls). The first break rolls are set relatively far apart to grind the wheat lightly, while successive break yield finer and finer products. The first break is separated by sieving or bolting in to very fine particles (flour), intermediate particles (middlings) and coarse particles (stock). The stock is then sent to second break rolls. This process may continue through 5 to 6 breaks. The stock contains pieces of endosperm and bran and the stock from the last break is principally bran. The middlings contain endosperm, bran and germ which are then successively classified and some of the bran removed are sent to reduction...
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