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THE DETAILS OF THE TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED, EVALUATED AND COMMERCIALISED BY BMTPC

 

The Council has developed and transferred for commercial exploitation following technologies and production processes:

 

  

 

 

S.

No.

 

Description of Technology

Developed 

 

 

Raw Material

 

Status

 

Joint Developer

TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED, EVALUATED AND COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION STARTED 

 

BT-1

 

Red Mud/Flyash, Polymer, fibre, door shutters. Tested as per IS:4020.

 

Red Mud/Flyash, Sisal fibre, Phenol formaldehyde resin

 

Product also tested and approved by CPWD, IIT Chennai and Delhi.

 

Regional Research Laboratory, Bhopal (1998)

 

BT-2

 

Eco-friendly rubberwood flush door shutter. Tested as per IS:4020.

 

Rubberwood, Phenol formaldehyde resin

(Use of rubber-wood for 1st time in India)

 

Product also tested and approved by CPWD

 

Jambhekar Management Consultant Pvt.Ltd., Thane

 

BT-3

 

Eco friendly solid core poplar wood flush door shutters. Tested as per IS:4020.

 

Poplarwood, Phenol formaldehyde resin

 

Product also tested and approved by CPWD

 

Jambhekar Management Consultant Pvt.Ltd., Thane

 

BT-4

 

Finger jointing & shaping technology

(Earlier this machine was to be Imported from Scandinavian countries at a cost of Rs.40 to 45 lakhs. With the development of machine by BMTPC, the cost is now reduced by 1/3rd. 

 

Plantation timber (rubber, poplar, eucalyptus etc.) Cutting & joining of slender pieces to make longer pieces

 

Being manufactured at Ahmedabad by M/s Laxmi Engineers.

 

HBR Consultants, Bangalore (2001) and for further developing machine with

Indian Plywood Industries Research & Training Institute, Bangalore

 

BT-5

 

Micro Concrete Roofing Tiles

 

Cement, sand, Fine Aggregate

 

Around 200 entrepreneurs are producing MCR tiles. Indian Standard is under preparation.

 

Development Alternatives

Validated by BMTPC.

(1992)

 

BT-6

 

Ferrocement Roofing Channels - suitable for earthquake/cyclone prone areas

 

Welded wire mesh, chicken mesh, cement, sand, fine aggregate, steel bars (8 to 12 mm dia) depending upon the span (upton 6.1 mtrs.)

 

Product is being produced at several Building Centres.

BMTPC is taking up with BIS to prepare the Indian Standards

 

Development Alternatives

(2001)

 

BT-7

 

Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer doors and door frames. Tested as per IS:14856.

 

Glass fibre, Phenol formaldehyde resin, secondary species of timber

 

Technology transferred to 40 entrepreneurs in the country jointly by NSIC, RV-TIFAC and BMTPC. Plan to have more 100 units in next 2 years. Being used in demonstration housing under VAMBAY.

 

RV TIFAC Composite Design Centre, Bangalore

(2000)

 

BT-8

 

Bamboo Mat Corrugated Roofing Sheets

Indian Standards (IS:15476:2004 formulated with BIS)

 

Bamboo mat, Phenol formaldehyde resin, Polyurethane coating

 

A Pilot Production Unit for manufacture of sheets has been set up in Meghalaya with production capacity of 3000 sheets per month.

 

Indian Plywood Industries Research & Training Institute, Bangalore

(2000)

S.

No.

Description of

Technology

Developed

Raw Material

Status

Joint

Developer

 

1

 

Laminated splint lumber panel doors and door frames from rubber wood (2000)

 

Rubber wood

Phenol Formaldehyde resin

 

-    Product tested

-    Under consideration for licensing

 

Jambhekar Management Consultant Pvt.Ltd., Thane

2

 

Veneer laminated lumber panel door and doors frame from poplar wood (IS 14616:1999) (1998)

 

Poplar wood, Phenol Formaldehyde resin

 

 

-    Product tested

-    Under consideration for licensing

 

Jambhekar Management Consultant Pvt.Ltd., Thane

3

 

Extended Polyster - Red Mud Polymer Composite Door Shutter (1998)

 

 

Red Mud, Extended Polystyrene

 

-    Product tested

-    As substitute to timber

 

CBRI, Roorkee & Regional Research Laboratory, Bhopal

4

 

Paint based on Flyash and other wastes (1999)

 

35% Flyash for primers,

18% Flyash for enamel

China clay, hardner

 

-    Product tested

-    As substitute to conventional paints

 

Regional Research Laboratory, Bhopal

5

 

Glass Ceramic products for Floor Tiles using wastes (three types) from Aluminium industry (2001)

 

Red Mud, Flyash, Spent pot lining

 

-    Product tested

-    Pilot Demonstration Plant is likely to set up at BHEL

 

Jawahar Lal Nehru Aluminium Research, Development & Design Centre, Nagpur

6

 

Light weight Mineral-wood Door Shutter (1998)

 

Metallurgical  slag, Phenol Formaldehyde resin

 

-    Product tested

-    As substitute to timber

 

Regional Research Laboratory, Bhopal

7

 

Building Materials from Marble industry waste (1999)

 

Marble dust, cement, gypsum

 

-   Marble dust can be used in making masonry cement, autoclaved cellular concrete blocks, gypsum blocks, gypsum plaster board, colour wash, distemper

-    Products tested

 

Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee

8

 

Cementitious Binder and building blocks from Acetylene plant waste (1995)

 

Cement, sand, fine aggregates

 

- Final product tested Many entrepreneur are interested in setting up a commercial plant

 

Central Building Research Institute and Building Centre Roorkee

9

 

Rigid PVC - Foam Board and Sheet (2000)

 

Plastic waste, Stabiliser, innert fillers, elastomeric modifiers, compatibilizers

 

-    Final product tested

-    Under consideration for licensing

 

 

Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee

 

 

 

 
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