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SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR

 

I have seen this technology in the CSIR Technofest 2010, showcased by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, at India International Trade Fair during November 14-27, 2010 New Delhi, India. I understand that “SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR” was developed by Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur, India.

Semi-Continuous Biodiesel Plant has been designed, fabricated, installed and tested at MERADO. The plant having capacity of 600 litres / day is able to produce biodiesel from any edible and non edible vegetable oil irrespective of its FFA content (jatropha, karanja, neem, mahua, used cooking oil, hemp, soybean, palm, rice bran etc.). The plant has been designed based upon process timing and simulation so that all the components can work for the designated time and ultimately produces 600 litre of biodiesel per day (24 h working basis). The plant comprises of one oil preheating tank with heater; one methoxide tank with agitator and motor; one reactor vessel with heater, temperature controller, agitator, recirculator, motor and pump; four nos. of separating vessels ; one washing cum heating vessel; one stepney vessel for reaction /separation / washing; pipelines; motors; pumps and mounting frame with wheels for easy movement of the whole system. The solenoid valves, motors and pumps are operated by switches mounted on a single control panel so as to enable minimum manual intervention during biodiesel production process. The maximum power consumption of the plant is only 3 kW at peak time.

 Technical Specifications of this technology

 Type: Semi Continuous

Capacity: 600 litre / day (24h basis)

Batch Capacity: 40 litre / batch

Feedstock Suitable: Any vegetable oil (edible and non edible) irrespective of FFA content

Type of Washing: Water Washing

Peak Power Consumption: 3 kW

Final Product (biodiesel): Compliance with ASTM and BIS

I came to know that this technology has already been transferred to M/s Best Engineering Technologies, Hyderabad and M/s Fab Con Engineers, Chennai.

The below links may be useful for more details and information

http://www.cmeri.res.in

http://www.csir.res.in

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SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR

 

I have seen this technology in the CSIR Technofest 2010, showcased by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, at India International Trade Fair during November 14-27, 2010 New Delhi, India. I understand that “SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR” was developed by Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur, India.

Semi-Continuous Biodiesel Plant has been designed, fabricated, installed and tested at MERADO. The plant having capacity of 600 litres / day is able to produce biodiesel from any edible and non edible vegetable oil irrespective of its FFA content (jatropha, karanja, neem, mahua, used cooking oil, hemp, soybean, palm, rice bran etc.). The plant has been designed based upon process timing and simulation so that all the components can work for the designated time and ultimately produces 600 litre of biodiesel per day (24 h working basis). The plant comprises of one oil preheating tank with heater; one methoxide tank with agitator and motor; one reactor vessel with heater, temperature controller, agitator, recirculator, motor and pump; four nos. of separating vessels ; one washing cum heating vessel; one stepney vessel for reaction /separation / washing; pipelines; motors; pumps and mounting frame with wheels for easy movement of the whole system. The solenoid valves, motors and pumps are operated by switches mounted on a single control panel so as to enable minimum manual intervention during biodiesel production process. The maximum power consumption of the plant is only 3 kW at peak time.

 Technical Specifications of this technology

 Type: Semi Continuous

Capacity: 600 litre / day (24h basis)

Batch Capacity: 40 litre / batch

Feedstock Suitable: Any vegetable oil (edible and non edible) irrespective of FFA content

Type of Washing: Water Washing

Peak Power Consumption: 3 kW

Final Product (biodiesel): Compliance with ASTM and BIS

I came to know that this technology has already been transferred to M/s Best Engineering Technologies, Hyderabad and M/s Fab Con Engineers, Chennai.

The below links may be useful for more details and information

http://www.cmeri.res.in

http://www.csir.res.in

Acne in mild to moderate form can be treated naturally and sometimes natural ingredients prove more effective and safer than chemical treatments. I would like to discuss some of the natural home-based remedies that you can follow to get rid or control acne.

Neem (Azadirachta indica) – Neem leaves have anti-bacterial properties and they can be used as paste. It is very safe to use neem paste hygienically prepared at home. This will prevent infection in your skin pores and would keep them bacteria free. Nowadays there are several skin products with neem as a main and active constituent such as neem face wash, neem face pack and even neem scrubs. Try to choose a good brand and you will see results in few weeks. Neem is a traditional Ayurvedic ingredient and has been in various Ayurvedic formulations as an anti-bacterial agent for centuries, especially in Asian countries and India.

Turmeric -Turmeric is again an antiseptic agent used in Ayurveda for ages that has a great efficacy in the treatment of acne. You make Turmeric paste and apply it on the affected area and you can consume it as well. Both will work well for your skin conditions. There are many creams which will have turmeric as an active ingredient. Try and choose a good brand.

Tea – You can use tea leaves at home as a treatment for your acne. Tea leaves have strong astringent properties and they stop building up of excess of oil in the pores and thus help in prevention and recurrence of acne. As expected, there are products which would have tea-tree oil as an active ingredient in them. You can always choose a good brand and use it.

Aloe-Vera- Alove vera might not be easily available in your neighbourhood, but can be available in the market in juice form. One can apply Aloe-Vera juice on the affected areas and leave it to dry. Alove vera has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and will help you with a soothing effect.

Apart from these natural ingredients, there are certain things that would need to follow in order to get the maximum desired effect. Try and drink 2-3 litres of water everyday which will ensure a regular blood circulation throughout the body and oxygen access to every part which also assists a clear skin. Drinking water will also flush out excess toxins and waste products that build-up in your system. Make sure you wash and change your pillow and bed cover every alternate day to ensure that skin is in touch with good clean surface at night. You can also take multi-vitamin supplements under the supervision of a medial practitioner. Minerals especially Zinc helps in promoting a clear skin.

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SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR

 

I have seen this technology in the CSIR Technofest 2010, showcased by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, at India International Trade Fair during November 14-27, 2010 New Delhi, India. I understand that “SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR” was developed by Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur, India.

Semi-Continuous Biodiesel Plant has been designed, fabricated, installed and tested at MERADO. The plant having capacity of 600 litres / day is able to produce biodiesel from any edible and non edible vegetable oil irrespective of its FFA content (jatropha, karanja, neem, mahua, used cooking oil, hemp, soybean, palm, rice bran etc.). The plant has been designed based upon process timing and simulation so that all the components can work for the designated time and ultimately produces 600 litre of biodiesel per day (24 h working basis). The plant comprises of one oil preheating tank with heater; one methoxide tank with agitator and motor; one reactor vessel with heater, temperature controller, agitator, recirculator, motor and pump; four nos. of separating vessels ; one washing cum heating vessel; one stepney vessel for reaction /separation / washing; pipelines; motors; pumps and mounting frame with wheels for easy movement of the whole system. The solenoid valves, motors and pumps are operated by switches mounted on a single control panel so as to enable minimum manual intervention during biodiesel production process. The maximum power consumption of the plant is only 3 kW at peak time.

 Technical Specifications of this technology

 Type: Semi Continuous

Capacity: 600 litre / day (24h basis)

Batch Capacity: 40 litre / batch

Feedstock Suitable: Any vegetable oil (edible and non edible) irrespective of FFA content

Type of Washing: Water Washing

Peak Power Consumption: 3 kW

Final Product (biodiesel): Compliance with ASTM and BIS

I came to know that this technology has already been transferred to M/s Best Engineering Technologies, Hyderabad and M/s Fab Con Engineers, Chennai.

The below links may be useful for more details and information

http://www.cmeri.res.in

http://www.csir.res.in

Acne in mild to moderate form can be treated naturally and sometimes natural ingredients prove more effective and safer than chemical treatments. I would like to discuss some of the natural home-based remedies that you can follow to get rid or control acne.

Neem (Azadirachta indica) – Neem leaves have anti-bacterial properties and they can be used as paste. It is very safe to use neem paste hygienically prepared at home. This will prevent infection in your skin pores and would keep them bacteria free. Nowadays there are several skin products with neem as a main and active constituent such as neem face wash, neem face pack and even neem scrubs. Try to choose a good brand and you will see results in few weeks. Neem is a traditional Ayurvedic ingredient and has been in various Ayurvedic formulations as an anti-bacterial agent for centuries, especially in Asian countries and India.

Turmeric -Turmeric is again an antiseptic agent used in Ayurveda for ages that has a great efficacy in the treatment of acne. You make Turmeric paste and apply it on the affected area and you can consume it as well. Both will work well for your skin conditions. There are many creams which will have turmeric as an active ingredient. Try and choose a good brand.

Tea – You can use tea leaves at home as a treatment for your acne. Tea leaves have strong astringent properties and they stop building up of excess of oil in the pores and thus help in prevention and recurrence of acne. As expected, there are products which would have tea-tree oil as an active ingredient in them. You can always choose a good brand and use it.

Aloe-Vera- Alove vera might not be easily available in your neighbourhood, but can be available in the market in juice form. One can apply Aloe-Vera juice on the affected areas and leave it to dry. Alove vera has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and will help you with a soothing effect.

Apart from these natural ingredients, there are certain things that would need to follow in order to get the maximum desired effect. Try and drink 2-3 litres of water everyday which will ensure a regular blood circulation throughout the body and oxygen access to every part which also assists a clear skin. Drinking water will also flush out excess toxins and waste products that build-up in your system. Make sure you wash and change your pillow and bed cover every alternate day to ensure that skin is in touch with good clean surface at night. You can also take multi-vitamin supplements under the supervision of a medial practitioner. Minerals especially Zinc helps in promoting a clear skin. The word “eczema” is taken from a Greek word, which means “to boil.” This condition can affect anyone and can appear in any part of the body. Excessively dry or excessively oil skin are good breeding grounds for eczema. Generally, steroid creams are prescribed to treat eczema. But these creams for eczema are not considered ideal for long term use. As the unsightly itchy, red, scaly patches of the skin just seem to never go away, people with eczema are always found searching for natural solutions to get rid of eczema.

1. Traditionally, neem oil has been used for thousands of years for various purposes. Thanks to our ancestors who discovered its anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, which are useful to treat eczema naturally. Neem oil is widely used to treat acne, eczema, scabies, shingles, ringworm, psoriasis, gingivitis, cold sores, athletes foot, etc. A neem oil cream with 2% neem oil can be used to treat eczema. If you can chew neem leaves, it is well and good. Otherwise, neem leaf capsules can be taken for fast healing. You may put some leaves in water, boil the water and use it for bathing.

2. Coconut oil is one way of lessening the symptoms of eczema as coconut oil helps the skin to retain its softness.

3. A helpful way to cure eczema naturally is paying attention to the fabric from which the clothes and beddings are made. Wear cotton pajamas and sleep between cotton sheets. Eczema can also be prevented by exposing the skin to fresh air and sunshine for a short period of time. There are lots of different ways to cure eczema problem.

4. To cure eczema naturally is one of the important witch hazel uses. Witch hazel reduces swelling and inflammation of the skin and thus promotes fast healing. Moreover, it is inexpensive and readily available in all drugstores. You may apply witch hazel topically to affected skin areas, as many times as you wish. Use a cotton ball to apply witch hazel.

5. Sunbathing is helpful as it rids the body of harmful bacteria. However, you must only “bake” early in the morning as sunbathing later in the day ups the risk of skin cancer.

6. Oatmeal is an effective moisturizer and great for soothing the skin; use it in the bath by adding 1 cup of oatmeal to a warm bath. There are measured oatmeal baby bath packets available in stores.

7. Reducing stress in your life has benefits beyond treating eczema. A stress free day gives eczema free skin.

Author is an online medical researcher on eczema treatment and skin care. Click read more on eczema treatment, how to treat eczema naturally.

SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR

 

I have seen this technology in the CSIR Technofest 2010, showcased by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, at India International Trade Fair during November 14-27, 2010 New Delhi, India. I understand that “SEMI-CONTINUOUS BIODIESEL PLANT FOR RURAL SECTOR” was developed by Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur, India.

Semi-Continuous Biodiesel Plant has been designed, fabricated, installed and tested at MERADO. The plant having capacity of 600 litres / day is able to produce biodiesel from any edible and non edible vegetable oil irrespective of its FFA content (jatropha, karanja, neem, mahua, used cooking oil, hemp, soybean, palm, rice bran etc.). The plant has been designed based upon process timing and simulation so that all the components can work for the designated time and ultimately produces 600 litre of biodiesel per day (24 h working basis). The plant comprises of one oil preheating tank with heater; one methoxide tank with agitator and motor; one reactor vessel with heater, temperature controller, agitator, recirculator, motor and pump; four nos. of separating vessels ; one washing cum heating vessel; one stepney vessel for reaction /separation / washing; pipelines; motors; pumps and mounting frame with wheels for easy movement of the whole system. The solenoid valves, motors and pumps are operated by switches mounted on a single control panel so as to enable minimum manual intervention during biodiesel production process. The maximum power consumption of the plant is only 3 kW at peak time.

 Technical Specifications of this technology

 Type: Semi Continuous

Capacity: 600 litre / day (24h basis)

Batch Capacity: 40 litre / batch

Feedstock Suitable: Any vegetable oil (edible and non edible) irrespective of FFA content

Type of Washing: Water Washing

Peak Power Consumption: 3 kW

Final Product (biodiesel): Compliance with ASTM and BIS

I came to know that this technology has already been transferred to M/s Best Engineering Technologies, Hyderabad and M/s Fab Con Engineers, Chennai.

The below links may be useful for more details and information

http://www.cmeri.res.in

http://www.csir.res.in

Acne in mild to moderate form can be treated naturally and sometimes natural ingredients prove more effective and safer than chemical treatments. I would like to discuss some of the natural home-based remedies that you can follow to get rid or control acne.

Neem (Azadirachta indica) – Neem leaves have anti-bacterial properties and they can be used as paste. It is very safe to use neem paste hygienically prepared at home. This will prevent infection in your skin pores and would keep them bacteria free. Nowadays there are several skin products with neem as a main and active constituent such as neem face wash, neem face pack and even neem scrubs. Try to choose a good brand and you will see results in few weeks. Neem is a traditional Ayurvedic ingredient and has been in various Ayurvedic formulations as an anti-bacterial agent for centuries, especially in Asian countries and India.

Turmeric -Turmeric is again an antiseptic agent used in Ayurveda for ages that has a great efficacy in the treatment of acne. You make Turmeric paste and apply it on the affected area and you can consume it as well. Both will work well for your skin conditions. There are many creams which will have turmeric as an active ingredient. Try and choose a good brand.

Tea – You can use tea leaves at home as a treatment for your acne. Tea leaves have strong astringent properties and they stop building up of excess of oil in the pores and thus help in prevention and recurrence of acne. As expected, there are products which would have tea-tree oil as an active ingredient in them. You can always choose a good brand and use it.

Aloe-Vera- Alove vera might not be easily available in your neighbourhood, but can be available in the market in juice form. One can apply Aloe-Vera juice on the affected areas and leave it to dry. Alove vera has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and will help you with a soothing effect.

Apart from these natural ingredients, there are certain things that would need to follow in order to get the maximum desired effect. Try and drink 2-3 litres of water everyday which will ensure a regular blood circulation throughout the body and oxygen access to every part which also assists a clear skin. Drinking water will also flush out excess toxins and waste products that build-up in your system. Make sure you wash and change your pillow and bed cover every alternate day to ensure that skin is in touch with good clean surface at night. You can also take multi-vitamin supplements under the supervision of a medial practitioner. Minerals especially Zinc helps in promoting a clear skin. The word “eczema” is taken from a Greek word, which means “to boil.” This condition can affect anyone and can appear in any part of the body. Excessively dry or excessively oil skin are good breeding grounds for eczema. Generally, steroid creams are prescribed to treat eczema. But these creams for eczema are not considered ideal for long term use. As the unsightly itchy, red, scaly patches of the skin just seem to never go away, people with eczema are always found searching for natural solutions to get rid of eczema.

1. Traditionally, neem oil has been used for thousands of years for various purposes. Thanks to our ancestors who discovered its anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, which are useful to treat eczema naturally. Neem oil is widely used to treat acne, eczema, scabies, shingles, ringworm, psoriasis, gingivitis, cold sores, athletes foot, etc. A neem oil cream with 2% neem oil can be used to treat eczema. If you can chew neem leaves, it is well and good. Otherwise, neem leaf capsules can be taken for fast healing. You may put some leaves in water, boil the water and use it for bathing.

2. Coconut oil is one way of lessening the symptoms of eczema as coconut oil helps the skin to retain its softness.

3. A helpful way to cure eczema naturally is paying attention to the fabric from which the clothes and beddings are made. Wear cotton pajamas and sleep between cotton sheets. Eczema can also be prevented by exposing the skin to fresh air and sunshine for a short period of time. There are lots of different ways to cure eczema problem.

4. To cure eczema naturally is one of the important witch hazel uses. Witch hazel reduces swelling and inflammation of the skin and thus promotes fast healing. Moreover, it is inexpensive and readily available in all drugstores. You may apply witch hazel topically to affected skin areas, as many times as you wish. Use a cotton ball to apply witch hazel.

5. Sunbathing is helpful as it rids the body of harmful bacteria. However, you must only “bake” early in the morning as sunbathing later in the day ups the risk of skin cancer.

6. Oatmeal is an effective moisturizer and great for soothing the skin; use it in the bath by adding 1 cup of oatmeal to a warm bath. There are measured oatmeal baby bath packets available in stores.

7. Reducing stress in your life has benefits beyond treating eczema. A stress free day gives eczema free skin.

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The term eczema refers to a number of different skin conditions in which the skin is red and irritated and occasionally results in small, fluid-filled bumps that become moist and ooze. Symptoms of eczema include drying and recurring skin rashes, skin edema or swelling, itching, crusting, flaking, blistering, and craking. Bleeding may also occur. Moreover, areas of temporary skin discoloration may appear and are sometimes due to healed injuries. Scratching open a healing lesion may result in scarring and may enlarge the rash.

Now, this ebook is all about the natural benefits of neem oil that provide such astounding benefits as clearing up inflammation and redness in the skin caused by painful eczema. The neem is an Indian tree, and its use has been extensively mentioned in Ayurvedic medicinal scripts, since ancient times. Neem oil is a botanical oil, extracted from seeds and kernels of the neem tree, a botanical cousin of mahogany, by crushing.  The oil has very powerful moisturizing and regenerative properties, and is known to contain vitamin E, and fatty acids, that help to cure and heal many skin conditions. In fact, neem oil is a real and effective natural remedy that has helped many people with  eczema and other skin issues. It is an ancient healing remedy that has been used for centuries to preserve health.

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