28-bone+gelatin+production.pdf - Form1 Summary of plan of bone gelatin production 1 Introduction to products or services 1.1 The goal of plan The main

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Form1. Summary of plan of bone gelatin production 1. Introduction to products or services 1.1. The goal of plan The main goal of this plan is to establish the bone gelatin production unit. This plan will be exploited from 2018 with 75 personnel and 70% of the practical capacity in 3 working shifts of 8 hours and 300 day annually and will reach its 100% of the practical capacity by 2020. 1.2. Characteristics and advantages Gelatin is a protein product which is obtained from different sources such as livestock protein sources and collagens like bone and strap tissues, pig skin, non-edible fished meat, fish flesh and other protein sources; but since sources such as fish meat and birds meat are edible directly and costly, generally the gelatin is produced from skin, meat and bone wastes or non-edible protein sources which are produced as granulated powder. Based on viscosity, gelatin is graded in bloom . The more is the Bloom number; more would be the grade and price. Generally, gelatin is produced as powder or granulated material. It is brownish yellow and it is relatively odorless and tasteless and is transparent fragile, physically. Gelatin is soluble in warm water, glycerol and acetic acid and insoluble in organic solvents. Gelatin absorbs water in 30-3 C about 5-10 time more than its weight and becomes a liquid jelly. The jelly point of gelatin of the fish is lower than that of gelatin obtained from pig and cow. Gelatin is an amphoteric material, meaning that neither is acidic nor is alkaline. Its isoelectric point is 4.8-9.4. Gelatin produced in acidic process has higher isoelectric point than the one produced in alkaline process. 1.3. Custom fees Table1. Bone gelatin custom fees and tariffs Description Tariff code Fees Gelatin 3503000 26 1.4. ISIC code The plant considered is for producing gelatin powder. The ISIC code related to this product is 1549 in the department of industry, mine and commerce systems in subgroup of food product (not classified elsewhere) and its measurement scale is ton. Table2. Product ISIC code ISIC code Description Scale 1549412576 Edible soluble gelatin powder Ton 1.5. Introduction to products application
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Form1. Summary of plan of bone gelatin production Gelatin is applied to different industries widely. Generally, the gelatin consumptions are as follow: Food application: Among its major applications is in preparing sweets, candy, marmalade, ready-to-use deserts and so forth. Also, it is used in dairy and meat products and frozen foods as protecting colloids. In deserts, about 8-10% of the dry weight of the desert is gelatin. 0.3-0.5% of yogurt, 2-3% of the sweets is also of gelatin.
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