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Jayant. water purification plan

  1. 1. My business plan<br />On <br />Water purification plan<br />
  2. 2. Executive synopsis<br /><ul><li>Aims & Objectives</li></ul>To increase the number of sellers by 20% each year. <br />To develop a sustainable business in water purification industry.<br />To providing valuable services to the customer.<br />To enhancing the business capacity.<br />To developing business relationship in industry.<br />To creating valuable relationship with the customer.<br />To create a service-based company whose primary goal is to exceed customers' expectations <br />The utilization of resources available to the company.<br />
  3. 3. Success factors<br /><ul><li>Sell each unit at a profit.</li></ul>Continue to reduce overhead costs. <br /> Develop new products while maintaining the high quality of existing products. <br />Find and retain high-value customers. <br />Create and maintain the highest level of customer satisfaction.<br />
  4. 4. (2) Type of ownership<br /><ul><li>Rajparajayantmansukhbhai
  5. 5. vaghaniprashantrameshbhai</li></li></ul><li>3) Product and services <br />3.1) Range of product<br />SIMPLE R.O.PLANT<br />MANUAL R.O.PLANT<br />AUTO R.O.PLANT<br />DOLPHINE BODY R.O.PLANT<br />COMPAQ R.O.PLANT<br />
  6. 6. (4) Market Analysis Summary<br />4.1) Market Segmentation<br />4.2) Target Market Segment Strategy<br />4.3) Industry Analysis<br />4.4) Competition and Buying Patterns<br />4.5) Strategy and Implementation Summary<br />
  7. 7. 4.6) Competitive Edge<br />4.7) Sales Strategy<br />
  8. 8. (5) PROPOSED LOCATION JUSTIFICATION<br />Cost of land: -<br />Labour: -<br />Transportation: -<br />Availability of Raw-Material: -<br />Market Reach: -<br />
  9. 9. (6) Water flow process in water filter plan<br />Fist water come in span bowl and pass out in next stage <br />And then comes second bowl which is full of sent in between water is passed<br />Then water comes in third bowl and pass from very very small micro hole span<br />Then water is passed in electronic motor pumping then motor is pressuring water to memarace housing.<br />Then passing from memance , pure water pass to tester and wasted goes to outside pipe<br />
  10. 10. (7) Price proposition<br />
  11. 11. (8) Raw Material requirement<br />Steel plat<br />Memarence<br />pump<br />span<br />cartridge<br />water tester<br />FR<br />Plastic pipe<br />Plastic bowl<br />Plastic nuts<br />Ellet<br />Water tank<br />Other equipment as per model of filter<br />
  12. 12. (9) Advertising program<br /> SALES PROMOTION<br />Such techniques are:<br />Salesmanship<br />Publicity<br />Branding and packaging<br />Market research<br />After sales services<br />Credit facilities<br />Hire purchase scheme<br />
  13. 13. 10) Benefits of Using a Whole House Water Filter<br />Clean, filtered water emerges from every water source in the house. <br />Chlorine and other chemicals are removed as soon as they enter a home’s plumbing system and are no longer released into the air. <br />When chlorine and other chemicals are removed from water used for washing, these chemicals can no longer become embedded in clothing. <br />Removing chlorine from the water used in dishwashing prevents chlorine vapors from being released into the air and reduces soap scum on dishes. <br />Using a whole house water filter can alleviate the effects of asthma and allergies (for those who already suffer) by providing cleaner air to breathe in the house. <br />Filtering water through a whole house water filter eliminates the risks of both drinking and showering in contaminated water. <br />A whole house water filter is the only truly effective shower filter. It filters water at low temperatures to facilitate the removal of chlorine and other chemicals. <br />Using a whole house water filter ensures protection from the carcinogenic effects of both drinking and inhaling chlorine and other dangerous chemicals. <br />The use of a whole house water filter is the last means of protection from breakdowns in municipal water treatment and sanitation systems. <br />
  14. 14. (11) Reasons to Drink Water<br />Water is absolutely essential to the human body’s survival. A person can live for about a month without food, but only about a week without water. <br />Water helps to maintain healthy body weight by increasing metabolism and regulating appetite. <br />Water leads to increased energy levels. The most common cause of daytime fatigue is actually mild dehydration. <br />Drinking adequate amounts of water can decrease the risk of certain types of cancers, including colon cancer, bladder cancer, and breast cancer. <br />For a majority of sufferers, drinking water can significantly reduce joint and/or back pain. <br />Water leads to overall greater health by flushing out wastes and bacteria that can cause disease. <br />Water can prevent and alleviate headaches. <br />Water naturally moisturizes skin and ensures proper cellular formation underneath layers of skin to give it a healthy, glowing appearance. <br />Water aids in the digestion process and prevents constipation. <br />Water is the primary mode of transportation for all nutrients in the body and is essential for proper circulation. <br />
  15. 15. (12) Basics of Filtration<br />Reasons for filtration<br /> <br />Removal of fluid contaminants<br />Eliminate costly problems<br />Filtered product more valuable<br />Increases product yield<br /> Collection of suspended solids<br />Catalysts recovery<br />Reduce operating costs<br />
  16. 16. Driving forces<br /> Filtration<br />The removal of a suspended particle from a fluid, p p , liquid or gas, by passing the fluid through a porous or semi permeable medium.<br />Separation<br />The removal of a dissolved substance from a carrier fluid stream.<br />Cartridge filtration<br /> Pressure driven<br /> Other driving forces<br /> <br />Gravitational<br />Settling<br />Centrifugal<br />Vacuum<br />Advantages<br />Greater output<br />Small equipment required<br />Ease handling volatile liquids<br /> <br />
  17. 17. Pressure drop<br />System pressure drop<br />Cartridge pressure drop<br />Housing pressure drop<br />Filtration variables<br />Flow rate<br />Differential pressure<br />Viscosity<br />Contaminant<br />Flow conditions<br />Compatibility Area<br />
  18. 18. Differential pressure<br />Difference in pressure between the inlet and outlet sides of a filter<br />Measured as PSI or kPa and referred to as PSID, pressure drop or differential pressure<br />For applications sensitive to pressure drop, housing and cartridge need to be considered<br />P = P cartridge + P housing<br />Location<br /> The size of the housing may be influenced by the amount of space available for the installation.<br />Location and product selection can also be influenced by<br />The surrounding environment.<br />
  19. 19. Dirt holding capacity<br /> <br />Dirt holding capacity is a measure of the weight gain of a filter during it’s useful (as measured by pressure drop at a given flow rate) life<br />Chemical compatibility<br />Several sources are available to check the compatibility of housings for use with fluids other than water. Remember to check all materials in the cap, sump, O-ring, and cartridge.<br />
  20. 20. Cartridge flow<br /> Radial flow<br /> Pleated<br /> String wound<br /> Polypropylene spun<br /> Paper carbon<br /> Carbon block<br /> Granular Carbon<br /> Specialty<br />
  23. 23. DETAIL OF RAW MATERIAL<br />
  24. 24. TOTAL COST OF PROJECT<br />
  25. 25. PROJECT SUMMERY<br />
  26. 26. CASH-Flow STATEMENT<br />