Processing Plant & Factory
Factory designing (Modular Refinery)
Technology is already 2nd generation BioDiesel with the sufficient technological advancement in the folds, and so designed to sustain any quantity of feed stock comes in and go; specially in small modules of 10/15 tons/day/machine. So the expansion becomes easy and break down don’t hamper entire production of the day. More over the quality is latest international standard (ASTM D6751 compliant) and best in the known history. It is so designed; keeping in mind that, if the shortage of raw feed stock is in the avail, or the demand grows slowly the factory still runs smoothly in reduced capacity, and when it requires it can be increased in many folds. More over due to any technical snag; the whole production will never go stop for a single day. It helps in saving valuable man hour and supply chain feeding in desired quantity. So this is called modular refinery. It is easy to maintain & repair; even involving less capital inflow.
This is exactly an installed factory picture at one site; with which production has already started in some part of India, running very successfully and efficiently; producing more than the expected results. This plant is designed by a company in India who are also our prospective technology partner to provide us design & plant with years long hands on production contract. We strive to cater to strict international & Indian standard quality product. Factory visit is possible to arrange on prior arrangement in India.
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Toyota’s bio-diesel investment will be a small scale jatropha curcas plantation and refinery. Depending on how the trial goes, Toyota may invest in a facility capable of producing 7 to 8 million gallons of bio-diesel per year. Toyota’s bio-diesel crop of choice – jatropha curcas seeds (also known as purging seeds) – are for desirable number of reasons. Toyota and the Philippine government have reached a basic memorandum of understanding in regards to creating a bio-diesel production facility. This is only the first step in a very long process, but it represents an interesting investment on behalf of Toyota. Considering that Toyota is cutting costs everywhere, investing in a bio-diesel plant in this economic climate could only be justified if it was a strategic move.