IPROINDIA provides complete solution for Sugar Industries from initial planning to delivery and installation to after-sales project monitoring and servicing.
- Pre Investment Studies
- Plant Analysis
- Expert Advice
- Basic Evaluation
- Economic Feasibility Study
- Site Survey
- Conceptual Design
- Basic Design
- Detail Design
- Implementation Planning
- Site Supervision
Sugar Factory Equipments
Sugar Factory Equipments
IPRO INDIA’s we offer energy saving and modern sugar factory equipments for the sugar industry i.e. Falling Film Evaporator, Direct Contact Heaters, Condensate Flashing System, Pan Automation System, Condensers, Carbonatation System, Cascade Continuous Pan etc. which are a part of highly efficient modern sugar factories.
Apart from Sugar Industry Equipment, IPRO INDIA provides world class value added engineering services.
Meet the Leadership Team
Harjeet Singh Bola
Dr. Boris Morgenroth
Industry Association and Membership
Dr. Boris Morgenroth, Director IPRO INDIA is the member of the ISSCT Factory Engineering Section for 15 years, and also a long-term member of the German section of the ISSCT and was appointed chairman of this commission in 2014.
Mr. Harjeet Singh Bola, Managing Director is a life member of STAI.
NAMUR is an international user association in process industries of automation technology. They have a pool of experience among its member companies along with compiling aids and check lists for member companies and to further defining the requirements new devices, systems and technologies in order to satisfy user needs participating in national and international standardisation bodies.
IPRO INDIA is an active member of the Chamber in the region. Our members take part in the meetings time to time to promote the international trade.
Whenever there is a discussion concerning the plant performance improvement or capacity increase, usually the first idea is to install energy saving/ additional equipment or implementation of modern technologies. Only a very few sugar factories consider to look inside to find the inefficiencies and bottlenecks in the existing process and equipment, but most sugar factories consider to go for new equipment for performance and capacity increase. Implementation of new equipment is not a bad idea, but it is an expensive approach.
Transition of Pakistan Sugar Industry
IPRO Group’s contribution to enhance the efficiency
Scenario of Pakistan Sugar Industry till year 2005
Process steam demand 48-65 % on cane
Sugar losses 2.5-3 % on cane
Boiler pressure <25 bar Refined sugar colour 45-70 IU Power export Nil