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    Complete Technology Handbook on Ready Mixed Concrete and Construction Chemicals with Detailed Manufacturing Process and Formulations with Project Profiles

    Complete Technology Handbook on Ready Mixed Concrete and Construction Chemicals with Detailed Manufacturing Process and Formulations with  Project Profiles
    Complete Technology Handbook on Ready Mixed Concrete and Construction Chemicals with Detailed Manufacturing Process and Formulations with Project Profiles
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      Are you ready to embark on a fascinating journey into the world of concrete technology and construction chemicals?

      In this book "Complete Technology Handbook on Ready Mixed Concrete and Construction Chemicals with Detailed Manufacturing Process and Formulations with  Project Profiles," you will discover a wealth of knowledge that will revolutionize your understanding of the construction industry.

      Chapter by chapter, you will explore the intricacies of ready-mix concrete, from its international context to its advantages and disadvantages. Delve into the fascinating realm of concrete materials technology, where you will uncover the secrets behind various concrete types, their properties, and the manufacturing process that brings them to life.

      But that's just the beginning! You'll also dive deep into the properties of fresh and hardened concrete, gaining insights into strength, durability, and more. Discover the world of aggregates, the backbone of concrete, and learn about the tests that ensure their quality.

      Specifications and compliance procedures are laid out meticulously, providing a roadmap for ensuring the highest standards in your construction projects. Mix design and quality control are unveiled, guiding you towards the perfect concrete mixture for any application.

      Strength, elasticity, creep, and shrinkage—all these essential factors are explored in detail, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of concrete behavior over time.

      The journey continues with an exploration of durability, with a focus on the many factors that can affect a concrete structure's lifespan. From chloride attack to carbonation, you'll become an expert on safeguarding your concrete creations.

      The book then transitions into the world of construction chemicals, revealing their role in enhancing and protecting concrete structures. From waterproofing to epoxy coatings, you'll learn about the various types and their applications.

      Transportation and placing methods are also discussed, providing you with insights into the practical aspects of working with concrete on-site. And to round out your knowledge, you'll delve into the economics of ready-mixed concrete, understanding market dynamics and the technology behind it.

      In the final chapters, you'll discover the formulation and manufacturing processes of essential construction materials, from cement admixtures to sealants, coatings, and more.

      Whether you're a seasoned professional looking to expand your expertise or someone new to the world of construction, this handbook is your ultimate guide. With its detailed content and practical insights, it's a valuable resource for anyone involved in the construction industry.

      So, are you ready to embark on this exciting journey of discovery? Turn the page, and let the adventure begin!

      The book contains chapters on: Introduction, Concrete Materials Technology, Properties of Fresh and Hardened Concrete, Aggregates and Testing of Aggregates, Specifications and Compliance Procedures, Fresh Concrete Technology, Strength of Concrete, Technology of Elasticity, Creep and Shrinkage, Durability of Concrete, Mix Design and Quality Control, Testing of Hardened Concrete, Concrete Mix Design, Special Concrete and Concreting Methods, Transportation and Placing Methods, The Economics of Ready Mixed Concrete, Construction Chemicals: An Introduction, Cement Water Proofing Powder (Dry Powders), Epoxy Coating, Leak Sealing Compound, Tile Adhesive, Epoxy Resin-based Corrosive Protective Coating, PU Resin Based Component,  Single Component Flexible Water Proofing Coating, Concrete Curing Compound, Pre-painted Galvanised Iron, Cement Admixture, Hardening Agent for Cement, Metallic Waterproofing Compound, Polyvinyl Chloride, Ready Mix Plaster, Mould Releasing Agent, Protective and Decorative Coating, Bisophenol A, Plant Economics of Cement Waterproofing Compound (SBR Latex Chemicals), Plant Economics of Construction Chemicals [Cement Water Proofing Powder (Dry Powders), Epoxy Sealant, Leak Sealing Compound, Tile Adhesive, Epoxy Resin-based Corrosive Protective Coating, PU Resin Based Component, Single Component Flexible Water Proofing Coating], Plant Economics of Dry Mix Mortar (DMM) [Dry Mix Plant - Ready Mix Plaster, Thin Bed Mortar, Tile Adhesives (Floor And Wall Tiles) & Tile Grouts], Plant Economics of Sand-Cement Based Ready Mix Mortars, Plant Economics of Wall Putty and Construction Chemicals


      Chapter 1


      Process of Ready-mix concrete

      International Scenario

      Status in India

      Advantages of ready-mix concrete

      Disadvantages of ready-mix concrete

      Plasticizing Chemical Admixtures for RMC

      Mechanism of Plasticizing Chemical Admixtures

      Chemical Structure and Mechanism of Poly carboxylate Based Dispersing Admixtures

      Ideal for Many Jobs

      Chapter 2

      Concrete Materials Technology

      Raw Materials

      The Manufacturing Process

      Preparing Portland cement


      Transport to work site


      Advantages of Concrete

      Disadvantages of Concrete

      Limitations of Concrete

      Types of Concrete Mixs

      Normal Strength Concrete

      Plain Concrete

      Reinforced Concrete

      Prestressed Concrete

      Precast Concrete

      Lightweight Concrete

      High-Density Concrete

      Air Entrained Concrete

      Ready Mix Concrete

      Polymer Concrete

      High-Strength Concrete

      High-Performance Concrete

      Self-Consolidated (compacted) Concrete

      Shotcrete Concrete

      Pervious Concrete

      Vacuum Concrete

      Pumped Concrete


      Asphalt Concrete

      Roller Compacted Concrete

      Rapid Strength Concrete

      Glass Concrete

      Designation of Concrete


      Based on Size

      Based on Density:

      Based on Mineralogical Composition:

      Properties of Aggregates

      Mechanical Properties

      Physical Properties

      Bulking of Sand

      Cement - Manufacturing of Cement, Compound Composition of Portland Cement, Structure and Reactivity of Compounds

      Manufacture of Portland Cement

      Compound Composition of Portland cement

      Bogue’s Compounds


      Calcium Silicates

      Calcium aluminate and ferroaluminate

      Magnesium Oxide and Calcium Oxide

      Alkali and Sulphate Compounds

      Chemical Reactions when mixed with Water

      Hydration of Silicates

      Introduction to Special Types of Cement

      Rapid Hardening Cement

      Quick Setting Cement (QSC)

      Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC)

      Coloured Cement

      White Cement

      Sulphate Resisting Cement

      Portland Blast Furnace Slag Cement

      Low Heat Cement

      Alumina Cement

      Use of Water in Concrete

      Requirements of Mixing Water

      Test of Water


      Chemical Admixtures/Chemical Plasticizers

      Plasticizers (Water-reducing Admixtures)

      Mechanism of Action

      Super Plasticizers

      Increased Fluidity:

      Reduced W/C ratio:


      Set Retarders

      Mineral Admixtures



      Fly Ash

      Silica Fume

      By-product of semiconductor industry

      Rice Husk Ash

      Chapter 3

      Properties of Fresh and Hardened Concrete

      Properties of Fresh Concrete




      Hardened Concrete


      Compressive Strength of concrete

      Tensile strength of Concrete

      Flexural Strength



      Dimensional Changes




      Permeability of Concrete

      Chapter 4

      Aggregates and Testing of Aggregates

      Properties of aggregates

      Types of Tests on Aggregates

      Aggregate Crushing Test

      Aggregate Impact Test

      Aggregate Abrasion Test

      Flakiness Index Test

      Elongation Index Test

      Angularity Test

      Soundness Test

      Specific Gravity and Water Absorption Test

      Stripping Value Test

      Chapter 5

      Specifications and Compliance Procedures

      Materials Specifications

      State Specifications

      Recommended Specifications for Cement and Concrete Containing Recovered Materials

      Contract Specifications

      Performance Standards

      Mix Design

      Quality Control

      Specifications for Cement and Concrete Containing Cenospheres and Silica Fume

      Referenced Documents

      ASTM Standards

      Other Documents

      Chapter 6

      Fresh Concrete Technology


      Definition of Workability

      Factors Affecting Workability

      Water Content of the Mix

      Aggregate Properties

      Time and Temperature

      Loss of Workability

      Cement Characteristics


      Measurement of Workability

      Subjective Assessment

      Slump Test

      Compacting Factor Test

      Flow Table Test

      Remolding Tests

      Vebe Test

      Penetration Test


      Causes of Segregation of Concrete

      Prevention of Concrete Segregation

      Bleeding of Concrete

      Mixing Time

      Compaction of Concrete

      Curing of Concrete

      Significance of Curing of Concrete

      Methods to Cure Concrete

      Chapter 7

      Strength of Concrete

      Compressive Strength Formula

      The Importance of Strength

      Strength Level Required

      Kinds of strength

      Compressive Strength

      Flexural Strength

      Tensile Strength

      Shear, Torsion and Combined Stresses

      Relationship of Test Strength to the Structure

      Measurement of Strength

      Testing of Hardened Concrete

      Procedure: Compressive Strength Test of Concrete Cubes

      Sampling of Cubes for Test

      Curing of Cubes

      Precautions for Tests

      Procedure for Concrete Cube Test

      Calculations of Compressive Strength

      Reports of Cube Test

      Results of Concrete Cube Test

      Compressive Strength of Concrete at Various Ages

      Compressive Strength of Different Grades of Concrete at 7 and 28 Days

      Some Facts on Concrete Strength Test

      What is compressive strength of commonly used concrete?

      What is compressive strength after 7 days and 14 days?

      Which test is most suitable for concrete strength?

      What is the size of concrete cubes used for testing?

      Which machine is used for concrete strength test?

      What is the rate of loading on compression testing machine?

      Which ACI Code is use for Concrete Strength Test?

      Chapter 8

      Technology of Elasticity, Creep and Shrinkage

      Shrinkage in Concrete

      Factors Influencing Shrinkage of Concrete

      Influence of Concrete Ingre-dients on Shrinkage

      Effects of Shrinkage in Concrete

      Prevention or Reduction of Shrinkage in Concrete

      Creep in Concrete

      Factors Influencing Creep

      Effects of Creep on Concrete

      Crack-Width in Concrete

      Crack-Width Calculations

      Estimation of Deflection of Concrete Members

      Chapter 9

      Durability of Concrete

      Factors Affecting Durability of Concrete

      Cement Content

      Aggregate Quality

      Water Quality

      Concrete Compaction

      Curing Period



      Temperature Effects



      Durability Tests on Concrete?

      Chloride Attack


      Sulphate Attack

      Alkali-Silica Reaction

      Water Permeability

      Fineness Test Apparatus

      Vicat Apparatus

      Initial and Final Setting Time of Cement Test

      Soundness Test Apparatus (Le-Chatelier)

      Chapter 10

      Mix Design and Quality Control


      Consideration of Design

      Design Criteria

      Considerations other Than Strength


      Chemical attack


      Factors affecting bleeding



      Heat generation

      Quality Control of Concrete

      Quality Control of Concrete Definition

      What is Quality Control of Concrete?

      Quality Control of Concrete Before Concreting

      Quality Test of Concrete Materials


      Aggregates (Fine and Coarse)


      Quality Control of Concrete During Concreting

      Quality Control of Concrete After Concreting (or After Construction of An Element)

      Purpose of Quality Control of Concrete

      Factors Affecting Quality Control of Concrete

      Advantages of Quality Control of Concrete

      Chapter 11

      Testing of Hardened Concrete

      Compression Test


      Compacting by Hand

      Compacting by Vibration

      Making and Curing test specimen in the field

      Comparison between Cube and Cylinder Strength

      Flexural Strength of Concrete

      Determination of Tensile Strength


      Indirect Tension Test Methods

      Cylinder Splitting Tension Test

      Ring Tension Test

      Double Punch Test

      Test Core

      Strength of Cores

      Non-Destructive Testing Methods

      Surface hardness tests

      Rebound test

      Penetration and Pull out techniques

      Dynamic or vibration tests

      Combined methods

      Radioactive and nuclear methods:

      Magnetic and electrical methods:

      Acoustic emission techniques

      Surfaces Hardness Methods

      Schmidt’s Rebound Hammer


      Chapter 12

      Concrete Mix Design

      Concrete Mix Design IS Code

      Target Mean Strength

      Water-Cement Ratio

      Water Content Determination

      Cement Content Determination:

      Determining the amount of Course and fine aggregates:

      Determination of Total volume of all the materials

      Taking out the ratio

      Preparation of trial mixes

      Types of concrete mix

      Normal Performance Concrete

      High-Performance Concrete

      Factors affecting concrete mix design

      Chapter 13

      Special Concrete and Concreting Methods

      Types of Special Concrete

      Ferrocement Concrete

      Fibre Reinforced Concrete

      Steel fibre reinforced concrete

      Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete

      Polymer Impregnated Concrete

      Polymer Cement Concrete

      Polymer Concrete

      Superplastized concrete

      Ultra-High Strength Concrete

      Sulphur Impregnated Concrete

      Self Compacting Concrete

      Advantages of Special Concrete

      Chapter 14

      Transportation and Placing Methods

      Methods of Transporting Concrete

      Mortar Pan

      Crane, Bucket, and Ropeway

      Wheel Barrow or Hand Cart

      Belt Conveyor

      Truck Mixer and Dumper

      Skip and Hoist


      Transit Mixer

      Pump and Pipe-Line Method

      Chapter 15

      The Economics of Ready Mixed Concrete

      Ready-Mix Concrete Market Analysis by Application

      Global Ready-Mix Concrete Market Regional Insights

      Ready-Mix Concrete Market Research

      Global Ready-Mix Concrete Market Dynamics

      Ready-Mix Concrete Market Driver

      Ready-Mix Concrete Market Restraint

      Ready Mixed Concrete Entire System

      Tilt Mixer

      Twin shaft mixer

      Pan concrete mixer

      Chapter 16

      Construction Chemicals: An Introduction


      What is waterproofing?

      What are Construction Chemicals?

      Construction chemicals

      Fly Ash

      Chemical Admixtures

      Waterproofing Admixtures

      Why do we need waterproofing Chemicals?

      Types of waterproofing

      Bitumen waterproofing

      Areas of Application

      Polyurethane Liquid Membrane

      Cementitious Water-proofing

      Plasticizers (Water Reducers)

      Air Entraining Agents

      Waterproofing Admixtures

      Shotcrete Admixtures

      Waterproofing in Construction

      What is meant by waterproofing?

      Types of Construction Chemicals

      Advantage & Disadvantage of Construction Chemicals

      Advantage of Construction Chemicals

      Some of the disadvantage of Construction Chemicals

      Safety Measures & Regulations

      Steps Involved in Waterproofing:

      Chapter 17

      Cement Water Proofing Powder (Dry Powders)

      Types of Concrete Waterproofing

      Cementitious Waterproofing

      Liquid Waterproofing Membrane

      Bituminous Coating

      Bituminous Membrane


      Crystalline Admixtures

      Standard Compliances/Specification

      Typical Application


      Water seepage




      Method of Application

      Embodiment 1

      Embodiment 2

      Embodiment 3

      Embodiment 4

      Hand Mixing

      Machine Mixing

      Precautions & Limitations

      Manufacturing process of cement water proofing compound

      Formulation of Cement Water Proofing Compound

      Chapter 18

      Epoxy Coating

      Epoxy Coating Uses

      Epoxy Coating Compounds and Paints

      Flooring Applications for Epoxy Coatings

      Process of Manufacture of Sealant (Epoxy Based)

      Formulation of Sealant (Epoxy Based)

      Process Flow Diagram For Sealant (Epoxy Based)

      Chapter 19

      Leak Sealing Compound


      Types of sealants

      Common areas of use

      Aerospace sealants

      Comparison with adhesives

      Process Flow Diagram for Leak Sealing Compound

      Leak Sealing Compound

      Chapter 20

      Tile Adhesive

      Polymer Modified Cementatious Tiles Adhesive Production


      Starting formulations for tile adhesives & grouts

      Dispersion Bound Adhesive

      Cement Based Tile Adhesive [Class C1E (EN 12004 [5])] with long adjustability time

      Cement Based Tile Adhesive (economical)

      Cement Based Tile Adhesive [Class C1TES1 (EN 12004 [5], EN 12002 [6])] with high yield

      Cement Based Tile Adhesive [Class C2TE (EN 12004 [5])]

      Cement Based Tile Grout with Fast Setting Properties

      Cement Based Tile Adhesive with Levelling Properties for Floors

      Formulation of Tile Adhesive

      Process of manufacture of tile adhesive

      Process flow diagram

      Adhesive Manufacturing Plant

      Full Automatic Tile Adhesive Manufacturing Plant

      Main Parts of The Automatic Tile Adhesive Manufacturing Machine

      Raw material storage silo

      Batching and weighing system

      Dry mortar mixer

      Packing machine

      Dust collector

      Conveying and lifting structure

      Chapter 21

      Epoxy Resin-based Corrosive Protective Coating


      Various Types of Concrete Protective Coatings

      The Symbiosis

      Failure Mechanism

      Deterioration Mechanism


      Rate of Carbonation

      Chloride attack

      Sulphate Attack

      Protective Coatings

      Components of Coatings




      Coating Types

      Generic Coatings




      Epoxy, Amine

      Epoxy, Polyamide

      Epoxy, Coal Tar

      Epoxy, Fusion-Bonded

      Inorganic Zinc Primers



      Coatings that Breathe

      Functional requirements

      Surface Preparation


      Grease and oil

      Soluble Salts



      Deteriorated coatings


      PART - A (PU Resin Based Component)

      Single Component Flexible Water-Proofing Coating

      Process of manufacture of pu resin based components & single components flexible water proofing coating

      Epoxy Resin Based Corrosive Resistant & Protective Coating

      Manufacturing process of epoxy resin based corrosive resistant & protective coating

      Process Flow Diagram

      Process Flow Diagram of epoxy resin based corrosive resistant & protective coating

      Chapter 22

      PU Resin Based Component

      Spray polyurethane foam system


      Advantages of insulation with polyurethane foam

      Polyurethane adhesives 

      Characteristics of Polyurethanes


      Advantages of polyurethane adhesives

      Additives for PU Coatings


      Leveling Agents


      Process Flow Diagram of PU resin based component

      PART - A (PU Resin Based Component)

      Single Component Flexible Water-Proofing Coating

      Chapter 23

      Single Component Flexible Water Proofing Coating

      Cementitious water proofing

      Spraying Method

      Trowel Method

      Brush Method

      Base surface pretreatment

      Construction method

      Waterproofing Materials

      Cement-based Waterproofing Materials

      Liquid Waterproofing Membrane Materials

      Liquid Bituminous Mem-brane Waterproofing Materials

      Membrane Waterproofing Materials

      Polyurethane Liquid Membrane Waterproofing Materials

      Contribution of Waterproofing Materials to Building Durability

      Waterproofing Methods

      Cementitious Water-proofing

      Applications of Cementitious Waterproofing

      Liquid Waterproofing Membrane

      Bituminous Coating Waterproofing

      Bituminous Membrane Waterproofing

      Polyurethane Liquid Membrane Waterproofing

      Chapter 24

      Concrete Curing Compound

      Types of Concrete Curing Compounds

      Acrylic Concrete Curing Compound

      Wax Concrete Curing Compound

      Chlorinated Rubber Curing compound

      Properties of Concrete Curing Compound

      Process of Applying Concrete Curing Compound

      Uses of Concrete Curing Compound

      Formulation of Cement Admixture

      Chapter 25

      Pre-painted Galvanised Iron

      Benefits of Pre-Painted Galvanised Steel Sheets

      Making of Pre-Painted Galvanized Steel Sheet

      Applications of pre-painted galvanized sheet

      Benefits of Pre-painted Galvanized Steel

      Specification of Pre-Painted Galvanised Iron (PPGI)


      Chapter 26

      Cement Admixture

      Definition of Concrete Admixtures

      Reasons for Using Admixtures

      When Concrete Admixtures Used?

      How to Use Concrete Admixtures?

      Types of Concrete Admixtures (Additives)

      Air Entraining Admixture

      Accelerating Admixtures

      Water Reducing Admixtures

      Why Water Reducing Admixtures are used?

      Effect on durability

      Effect on shrinkage

      Effect on creep

      Detrimental effect

      Applications of Water Reducing Concrete Admixtures

      Retarding Concrete Admixtures

      Why Retarding Concrete Admixtures are used?

      Super Plasticizers or High Range Water-Reducing Admixtures in Concrete

      Chemical type

      Mode of action of Super Plasticizer Admixtures

      Why Super Plasticizer Admixtures are used?

      Advantages of Super Plasticizer Admixtures


      Applications of Super Plasticizer Admixtures

      Mineral Admixtures for Concrete

      Classification of Mineral Admixture

      Silica Fume as Concrete Admixture

      Production of Silica Fume

      Types of Alloys Produced in Submerged Arc Electric Furnaces

      Specific Gravity and Specific Surface Area of SF

      Filler and Pozzolanic effects of Silica Fume

      Selection of Concrete Admixtures


      Chapter 27

      Hardening Agent for Cement

      Maintaining mixing water in concrete during the early hardening process

      Ponding and immersion

      Spraying and fogging

      Saturated wet coverings

      Left in Place Forms

      Reducing the loss of mixing water from the surface of the concrete

      Covering concrete with impervious paper or plastic sheets

      Applying membrane-forming curing compounds

      Accelerating strength gain using heat and additional moisture

      Live steam

      Heating coils

      Electrical heated forms or pads

      Concrete blankets

      Curing Concrete Test Specimens

      Chapter 28

      Metallic Waterproofing Compound

      Metallic Floor Hardener

      Non-Oxidized heavy-duty metallic floor hardener

      Non-Metallic floor hardener:

      Polysulphide Sealants

      Chapter 29

      Polyvinyl Chloride

      Polyvinyl Chloride Origin

      Properties of PVC


      Uses & Benefits

      Building and Construction



      Household Products

      Safety Information

      Tested, Effective, Affordable

      Chapter 30

      Ready Mix Plaster


      Technical Data

      Technical Data Sheet

      Quality Requirement of good plastering

      Features and benefits

      High Strength


      Saves Time

      Hassle Free

      Easy Application

      Minimum Wastage

      Minimum Cracks


      Higher Coverage





      Product characteristics

      Chapter 31

      Mould Releasing Agent

      Types of Mold Release Agents

      Semi-Permanent Mold Release Agents

      Sacrificial Mold Release Agents

      Mold Release Agent Applications



      Industrial Applications of Mold Release Agents

      Boat Building Industry

      Rubber Goods Industry

      How Release agent works

      Release Agent Uses

      Benefits of Various Mold Release Applications

      Mold Release Agent Manufacturing Process

      Chapter 32

      Protective and Decorative Coating

      Types of decorative wall painting

      Latex paint or plastic

      Synthetic enamel paints

      Paint in acrylic enamel

      Paint Primers


      Silicate Paint

      Benefits of ornamental painting on walls

      Plaster of Paris

      Acoustic Plastering

      Barium Plaster

      Granite Silicon Plaster

      Asbestos Marble Plaster

      Keene’s Cement

      Parian Cement

      Snow-crete and colour crete cements

      Plaster’s Putty

      Sira Bite


      Thistle Hard Wall

      Chapter 33

      Bisophenol A

      Epoxy Resins

      Bisphenol A

      Chapter 34

      Plant Economics of Cement Waterproofing Compound (SBR Latex Chemicals)

      Plant Economics

      Land & Building

      Plant & Machinery

      Fixed Capital

      Working Capital Requirement/Month

      Turn Over/Annum

      Chapter 35

      Plant Economics of Construction Chemicals [Cement Water Proofing Powder (Dry Powders), Epoxy Sealant, Leak Sealing Compound, Tile Adhesive, Epoxy Resin-based Corrosive Protective Coating, PU Resin Based Component, Single Component Flexible Water Proofing Coating]

      Plant Economics

      Land & Building

      Plant & Machinery

      Fixed Capital

      Working Capital Requirement/Month

      Total Capital Investment

      Turn Over/Annum

      Chapter 36

      Plant Economics of Dry Mix Mortar (DMM) [Dry Mix Plant - Ready Mix Plaster, Thin Bed Mortar, Tile Adhesives (Floor And Wall Tiles) & Tile Grouts]

      Plant Economics

      Land & Building

      Plant & Machinery

      Fixed Capital

      Working Capital Requirement/Month

      Total Capital Investment

      Turn Over/Annum

      Chapter 37

      Plant Economics of Sand-Cement Based Ready Mix Mortars

      Plant Economics

      Land & Building

      Plant & Machinery

      Fixed Capital

      Working Capital Requirement/Month

      Total Capital Investment

      Turn Over/Annum

      Chapter 38

      Plant Economics of Wall Putty and Construction Chemicals

      Plant Economics

      Land & Building

      Plant & Machinery

      Fixed Capital

      Working Capital Requirement/Month

      Total Capital Investment

      Turn Over/Annum

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