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Ginger pilot ppt

  1. 1. PILOT SCALE TECHNIQUE FORGINGER OIL FROM GINGER<br />BY<br />AVS. PRAVEEN KUMAR<br />I M.PHARMACY <br />
  2. 2. PLANT: It is considered as the place where material,men,method and machine are brought together for the manufacturing of products.<br />PILOT SCALEUP: It refers to the art of designing a lab scale formula for the production.<br />PILOT SCALE TECHNIUE<br />
  3. 3. Definition:<br /><ul><li> A pilot plant allows investigation of a </li></ul> product and process on an intermediate <br /> scale before large amounts of money are <br /> committed to full-scale production.<br />
  4. 4. WHY TO CONDUCT PILOT PLANT STUDIES<br />A pilot scale up technique is an intermediate scale for estimation & assessment of a product and process on before huge amounts of money invest for large scale production.<br />It is not possible to design a large scale processing plant from laboratory data alone with any degree of success.<br />
  5. 5. GINGER OIL<br />
  6. 6. GINGER OIL PROCESSING<br /><ul><li> Collection & Cultivation.
  7. 7. Extraction.
  8. 8. Analysis.
  9. 9. PACKING & STORAGE.</li></li></ul><li>GINGER OIL<br />Ginger oil is essential oil that is extracted from the plant ginger i.e Zingiberaceae officinale of the Zingiberaceaefamily and is also known as Common or Jamaica Ginger.<br />
  10. 10. GINGER OIL PROPERTIES<br />Ginger oil is pale yellow in color, has a fresh, agreeable & aromatic smell, has strong and characteristic odour.<br />The shelf life of Ginger oil is very long and it is Stable at room temperature.<br />So it is used in aromatherapy also in fragrance therapy. <br />
  11. 11. CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF GINGER OIL<br />Zingiberine35%<br />ᵝsesquiphellandrene 10%<br />BisaBolene8%<br />Dexto-camphene 6%<br />Beta-phellandrene3%<br />1,8-cineole 2%<br />Others 26%<br />
  12. 12. Chemial structures:<br />6-gingerol<br />zingeberene<br />8-gingerol<br />zingiberol<br />
  13. 13. USES OF GINGER OIL<br /><ul><li>The health benefits of ginger oil is
  14. 14. Digestive,
  15. 15. Carminative,
  16. 16. Expectorant,
  17. 17. Antiseptic,
  18. 18. Analgesic,
  19. 19. Anti pyretic,
  20. 20. Simulating and aphrodisiac properties.
  21. 21. These benefits of ginger oil include its ability to treat stomach problems, nausea, indigestion, inflammations, respiratory & Heart problems, menstrual disorders, etc.</li></li></ul><li>CULTIVATION & COLLECTION<br />Cultivated area & Yield in India:<br /> Cultivated States:<br /> Climate, Rain fall and Altitude:<br /> Soil :<br /> Fertilizers & Manures: <br /> Sowing Rhizomes is done in the month of June<br /> Harvesting is Done after 6th months i.e. in December, January, when the colour in lite buff.<br />Max yield:<br />
  22. 22. TYPES IN DRYING<br />Ground dried ginger.<br />Fresh sliced ginger (0% dryness).<br />
  23. 23. Dried sliced ginger (90% dryness).<br />Dryness (%) = Initial weight of sample (g) - Current weight of sample Dryness (%) (g)|x 100<br /> Initial weight (g)<br />
  24. 24. EXTRACTION<br /><ul><li>Methods Used For Extraction Of Oil:
  25. 25. Infusion
  26. 26. Maceration
  27. 27. Percolation
  28. 28. Soxhlation
  29. 29. Soxtec
  30. 30. M.A. E
  31. 31. Ultra Sonication
  32. 32. Spouted Bed Extraction
  33. 33. Steam Distillation:
  34. 34. Super Critical Fluid Extraction (SFE):
  35. 35. R.P.E
  36. 36. MPSLE</li></li></ul><li>The pilot scale water distillation unit<br />
  37. 37. Condenser<br /> Dean stark<br /> Separating funnel<br /> Pressure cooker<br />The water and steam distillation unit at CLEAR<br />
  38. 38. SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION (SFE)<br />
  39. 39. TLC PROFILE OF GINGER OIL<br />Sample detail : Ginger Oil ( Zingiberofficinale)<br />Adsorbent : Precoatedsilicagel<br />Mobile Phase : Toulene : EthylAcetate (93:7) <br />Sample preparation: 1 gm of Zingiberofficinale oil was <br /> dissolved in chloroform and 10ml applied <br /> on the TLC plate. <br />Solvent front run upto : 9 cms<br />Detection :AnisaldihydeSulphuric acid reagent (Fig.1) <br /> Vanillin sulphuric acid (Fig.2). <br />Scanning : 254 nm<br />
  40. 40. Fig. 1 <br />Fig. 2<br />Rf. =0.9 – Zingiberene (red spot)<br /> ~ <br />
  41. 41. Storage & Packing<br />
  42. 42. References:1. Pharmacognosy, by Dr.C.K. Kokate , A.P. Purohit,S.B. GokhaleNiraliPrakashan, 38th edition, 2007.2. Qulity control of herbal drugs by Pollok Mukhergy3. Wagner H, et al, Plant Drug Analysis, Spinger, 1996, 3004.British Pharmacopoeia, 3055. Indian Standard Specification for Oil of Ginger, 1st Revision.6. Herbal Drug Technology by Prof S.S Agarwal 7. Online library wiley.com<br />
  43. 43. THANK YOU<br />

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