Fly Ash Brick

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Mayank Patel, Ahmedabad Partner & Director Mobile : 91 9662910224 Write us: mymayank@yahoo.com Manish Kharti, Deesa Partner & Director Mobile : 91 9737689393 Write us: manee.khatri@gmail.com

Mayank Patel Call : 91 9662910224

Manish Kharti Call : 91 9737689393

Fly Ash Brick Project Details
Key features of the Fly Ash Brick project  Cost of Project     Cost is INR 70 Lakhs Land cost not included in this Value. It includes Installation cost and equipment cost. Equipment cost approximately INR 25 Lakhs.

 Land Required  1-2 Acre Per Plant

 Type of Raw material  Basic row material for fly ash bricks plant such as       

Fly Ash Lime Gypsum Cement Sand Stone Dust Down Metal

 Consumption of Row Material  Rated - 59 Ton per shift

Mayank Patel Call : 91 9662910224

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 Generation  Generation per 8 hour = 18400 Units  If Plant works for 24 Hours a day  Generation per day = 3 * 18400 = 55200 Units  Generation Per Year  For 1st Year = 16560000 Units  From IInd Year onwards = 17280000 Units  Unit Drawing :

 Cost of Generation  Cost of Fly Ash Brick produced is INR 1.7 to INR 2.7 /- per unit including all. Its depends as on type’s of production been used.  INR 1.7 to INR 2.7 /- per unit Cost has been calculated taking into account Production as well as operation and maintenance, Interest, depreciation, cost of raw material and transportation cost.

 Buy back tariff  Form Buyer INR 3.7 – INR 4.2, varies based on the location/time.

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 Earnings  Production per day * Rate of Purchase  If Plant works for 24 Hours a day Generation per day = 55200 Units  The Tariff at which Buyer would buy Brick produced by Fly Ash is INR 3.7 per Unit.   Total Earning per day = INR 55200 * INR 3.7 = INR 2,04,240

 Total…...

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