Our Success in Numbers
In the year 2010, JDW Sugar Mills Ltd (JDW) a 20,000 tcd cane sugar plant with backend refinery obtained services from IPRO to bring down high steam consumption (52.60% on cane) of the plant along with capacity increase and cogeneration. During the plant audit IPRO identified various operational and equipment inefficiencies and suggested to reach the target in two phases to lower the investment burden and to use savings of first phase as investment for second phase.
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
All Skills in One Hand
IPROINDIA provides a complete solution for Sugar Industries from initial planning to delivery and installation to after-sales project monitoring and servicing.