Eternis Fine Chemicals proposes an expansion of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturing unit in Maharashtra.


Chemicals

Status: Planning

Promoter: Eternis Fine Chemicals

Project: Proposes an expansion of its synthetic organic chemicals manufacturing unit

Location: MIDC Kurkumbh, dist. Pune, Maharashtra

Capacity: ( Expansion from 42,200 TPA to 60,000 TPA).

Project Details: The current status of the project could not be ascertained. According to MoEF sources, total land area is 100,400 sq. mtrs and built up area is 42,710 sq. mtrs. 33% will be developed as green belt area. The project will entail 1) Capacity expansion of existing products and by-products 2) Addition of similar products and by-products 3) Introduction of new eco-friendly biomass boiler as replacement to furnace oil. Project involves manufacturing of fragrance from organic raw materials by chemical process like hydrogenation, esterification, Diels-Alder reaction, cyclisation, dehydrogenation, aldol condensation etc. followed by distillation to match precise quality standards. By-products capacity will be augmented from 11,400 TPA to 20,000 TPA. The estimated cost of the project is Rs. 1,050 million. The power requirement 12,000 KVA will be available through Government Electricity Board.

One Response to Eternis Fine Chemicals proposes an expansion of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturing unit in Maharashtra.

  1. Biplab Basak says:

    I myself Biplab Basak B.Tech chemical engineer with having 22yrs experience along with 6yrs for fragrance chemicals.
    If reuires please call.
    Regards
    Biplab Basak
    8238788899

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