Cement Adhesives are Manufectured in Nepal

Cement Adhesives are Manufectured in Nepal

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काठमाडौं । स्थायी तथा अस्थायी संरचनाको निर्माण गर्दा इँटाको विकल्पमा प्रयोग गरिने इको प्यानलको जोडाइमा प्रयोग हुने एडिसिभ(adhesive) सिमेन्टको नेपालमै उत्पादन सुरु भएको छ । हालसम्म विदेशबाट आयात गरी प्रयोग भइरहेकोमा नेपालमै पहिलो पटक गोर्खा इको प्यानलले यो सिमेन्टको उत्पादन थालेको हो ।

यो सिमेन्ट इको प्यानलको जोडाइका साथै बाथरुम र किचेनका टायलहरु टाँंस्न प्रयोग गरिन्छ । इको प्यानलको जोडाइमा प्रयोग हुने यो सिमेन्ट अन्य सिमेन्ट भन्दा फरक हुन्छ । सामान्य सिमेन्ट भन्दा यसको कम्प्रेसिभ स्ट्रेन्थ(जोडाई क्षमता) मजबुत हुने भएकाले इको प्यानलको जोडाईमा यही सिमेन्ट आवश्यक पर्छ ।

उत्पादित सिमेन्ट प्रति बोरा ५० केजीको छ । यसअघि चीनबाट आयातित गरिआएकोमा अहिले बहराइनस्थित साझेदार कम्पनी अल खाजाको प्रविधि नेपालमा भित्राई यसको उत्पादन नेपालमै सुरु गरेको गोर्खा इको प्यानलका प्रमुख कार्यकारी अधिकृत(सीइओ) इञ्जिनियर कृष्णभक्त दुवालले बताए ।

भारतबाट आयातित प्रिफ्याब प्यानलहरुले ज्वाइन्टमा सिमेन्टको प्रयोग नगरे पनि गोर्खा इको प्यानलले यो सिमेन्ट प्रयोग गर्दै आएको सिईओ दुवालले बताए । ल्याबमा पूर्ण परीक्षण पश्चात मात्रै यो सिमेन्ट बजारमा पठाउने उनले बताए । सकेसम्म अत्यधिक स्वदेशी कच्चा पदार्थको प्रयोगबाट यो सिमेन्टको उत्पादन थालेको उनले जनाए । एडिसिभ सिमेन्टको प्रयोगले इको प्यानलमा भएका टंङ्ग एण्ड ग्रुभको जोडाई मजबुत हुने उनले बताए ।

ल्यावमा परीक्षण गर्दा यसको  कम्प्रेशिभ स्ट्रेन्थ ४० एमपीए रहेको जनाइएको छ जुन अन्य सिमेन्टमा भन्दा धेरै हो । यो एडिसिभ सिमेन्ट चाँंडो सुक्ने भएकोले काम गर्न सहज हुने बताइएको छ ।

एडिसिभ सिमेन्टको उत्पादन थालेको गोर्खा इको प्यानल स्वदेशमै इको प्यानल उत्पादन गर्ने नेपालकै पहिलो कम्पनी हो । यो आईएसओ ९००१:२०१५ चिन्ह प्राप्त कम्पनी हो । ‘निर्माण सामाग्रीमा हरित क्रान्ति’ भन्ने नाराका साथ कम मात्रै प्राकृतिक श्रोतसाधनको प्रयोग गरी यो कम्पनीले स्वदेशमै निर्माण सामाग्री उत्पादन गर्दै आइरहेको छ । कम्पनीले काठको विकल्पको रुपमा पूर्ण वातावरणमैत्री यूपीभीसीको झ्याल ढोकाहरु पनि उत्पादन गर्दै आएको छ ।

ल्यावमा परीक्षण गर्दा यसको  कम्प्रेशिभ स्ट्रेन्थ ४० एमपीए रहेको जनाइएको छ जुन अन्य सिमेन्टमा भन्दा धेरै हो । यो एडिसिभ सिमेन्ट चाँंडो सुक्ने भएकोले काम गर्न सहज हुने बताइएको छ ।

एडिसिभ सिमेन्टको उत्पादन थालेको गोर्खा इको प्यानल स्वदेशमै इको प्यानल उत्पादन गर्ने नेपालकै पहिलो कम्पनी हो । यो आईएसओ ९००१:२०१५ चिन्ह प्राप्त कम्पनी हो । ‘निर्माण सामाग्रीमा हरित क्रान्ति’ भन्ने नाराका साथ कम मात्रै प्राकृतिक श्रोतसाधनको प्रयोग गरी यो कम्पनीले स्वदेशमै निर्माण सामाग्री उत्पादन गर्दै आइरहेको छ । कम्पनीले काठको विकल्पको रुपमा पूर्ण वातावरणमैत्री यूपीभीसीको झ्याल ढोकाहरु पनि उत्पादन गर्दै आएको छ ।

Source:bizshala

July 25, 2017 |

Alumunium Door/Window : an elegant look

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 A seen of :Exclusively used Alumunium Framed Buildings

Hilights & Benifits

-It is cheaper than wood & best in look

-High strengh-to weight ratio

-easy compenent joining

-Highly resistant to corrossin

-flexibility

Non-magnetic.Non Toxic,& reflective

-Eletric Conductor

-Unhealthy Compition makes low in quality

-Price is doubled after earthquake

-Price is calculated in sq feet according to quality & thickness

-It is avaible in wide variety of colour,design & shape

-70% is chinese product

-Minimum Maintance cost

Difficult to find best fabricators: so,Click BEST FABRICATORS

“The demand for aluminium doors and windows has increased by 100 per cent after the earthquake,” said Madan Manandhar, Managing Director at Nu-Tech Pvt Ltd.  “Earlier demand was from urban areas only. But now the demand is spreaded  in rural areas too after the earthquake,” he added.

Aluminum windows and doors are made in wide variety of colour, styles and designs. Windows are available in sliding, casement, structural lazing, bay and arch models while doors can be either swing, hinge, sliding or bi-folding. In the market, one can get Chinese aluminium that costs from Rs 300 to Rs 800 per sq ft depending upon quality and thickness of less than 1mm to 3mm.

“Less than 1mm thickness is not suitable for construction purpose. However, there are many traders selling less than 1mm thick-ness products at low prices,” said Manandhar.  Citing that there is unhealthy competition among players, he said, “As people these days are more price sensitive than quality, traders import low grade aluminium which bends, gets smashed and comes with feeble locks.”

 

For aluminium windows and doors, plain glass is preferred instead of black ones. According to him, 90 per cent of customers buy aluminium for doors and windows while 10 per cent for partitioning purposes. Reportedly, business houses prefer structural glazed windows and swing doors, whereas sliding windows and hinge doors are more popular for residencies.

“Previously wood was the first choice for doors and windows. Owing to high cost, the use of wood is fast depleting and people have shifted to aluminium,” informed Anu Rajbanshi, Sales and Marketing Manager at Skylight, which imports Technal products from France and Thai products from Thailand. She said that their products are preferred for both residential as well as commercial buildings.

According to her, Skylight assures its product to be light, tough, weatherproof, dust proof, corrosion resistant and with a high strength to weight ratio. She informed that they have a wide range of products to match customers’ choice. She said, “Unlike wooden windows and doors, aluminium does not fade, matches with style and design of building, requires less maintenance and paint jobs.”

The price of Thai aluminium is between Rs 1,000 to Rs 1,500 per sq ft while it costs Rs 2,500 to Rs 3,500 per sq ft for Technal products. “Our products are costlier than other Chinese products but is worth it for quality, durability and design,” she said, adding that they provide good after sales service. Skylight has aluminium of 1.5mm to 3mm thickness.

“The demand for aluminium is increasing in the market,” said Amir Thapa, Proprietor at Royal Construction Sewa, adding, “Unhealthy competition has become a big challenge to the business.” He said that due to unhealthy competition, the rate of products vary from trader to trader. Citing that they trade Chinese products, he said, “More than 70 per cent of the market is enjoyed by Chinese products while the rest is from Thailand, India, France and other countries.” According to him, installation of aluminium doors and windows are hassle free and can be completed in a short period of time depending upon project

 

July 19, 2017 |

Nepali Furniture Market

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Nepali furniture market has been increased  by 20% every year .Appartment & housings. projects has led to increase foreign brands,

50% market is covered by imported furniture,& 50 % is covered by locan furniture.At present local manufecturer are also maintaining international style ,design  & best outlook.Domestic manufecturers are faceing many  problems like;power cut,finding technician.& raw materials.

“Furniture in modern designs has given momentum to the domestic furniture market, which is largely dominated by imported products. “Until a few years ago, imported furniture used to account for 85 percent of the furniture market. Now domestic furniture commands 40 percent of the total furniture sales in the country.”

According to the association, the domestic furniture market is estimated to be worth Rs 25 billion annually and growing at the rate of 10 percent.

“People are spending more and more money on interior decor these days, and they want to furnish their homes with durable and comfortable furniture as per the space available. This is the major reason behind the surge in the domestic furniture business,” said Ashok Shah, managing director of Muskan Interior.

 

Round bed costing Rs 60,000. “The round bed design is new in Nepal, and it has gained popularity in the market.

There are few selected furniture importers having big show rooms in Kathmandu,some local manufecturer have also maintain & compete with imported in quality,pricing,design & look.

Furniture Land,Index Furniture,Bira Furniture,Best interior,Akhil Trading,S.B furniture are some of big importers & outlets

,Similarly,Sun shine Furniture,The good will Furnitur Home Makers,Ultimate Decor are able to manufecture in international standard & look &  design .The cost of Local quality furniture is about 30% cheaper.

 

July 14, 2017 |

Cement News

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  Annapurna Cements starts test production at new mini plant

 

16 June 2017

Nepal: Annapurna Cements has started test production at its new plant in the Sunsari-Morang Industrial Corridor. The US$5.8m plant has a production capacity of 12000bags/day of Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC), according to the Kathmandu Post. Commercial production at the site is expected to start by the end of June 2017. The plant will import raw materials from India and it plans to sell its products initially in Provinces One, Two and Three.

Published in Global Cement News

Nepal: Data from the Nepal Rastra Brank shows that the value of cement imports have doubled year-on-year to US$155m in the first 10 months of the current financial year from US$77m in the same period in 2015 – 2016. The surge in imports has coincided with a fall in the capacity utilisation rate of most cement plants to 60%, according to the Himalayan Times newspaper. The fall in local production has been blamed on difficulties importing clinker, coal and other raw materials. Reduced electricity supplies have also affected production. The Cement Manufacturers Association of Nepal hopes that, if these impediments are reduced, the country could become self reliant in clinker within two years.

Published in Global Cement News

Nepal: Hongshi Shivam Cement’s Sardi cement plant project in Nalwalparasi is likely to be delayed due to slow progress by the government in building a road to a nearby limestone quarry. The project was due to start production in May 2017 but the slow rate of investment by the Chinese firm’s state partner has caused this completion estimate to be revised, according to the Kathmandu Post. Other infrastructure requirements for the project that are slowing it down include a 40km road to the site and an electricity substation

6 April 2017

Nepal: Arghakhanchi Cement has launched Arghakhanchi MP OPC Cement in new waterproof packaging. The cement producer says that the new packaging will protect the cement from moisture and prevent leakage of cement, according the Kathmandu Post. The new bags are also intended to ensure a standard weight for the product. The company plans to increase its production capacity from its plant at Mainahiya, Rupandehi to 60,000 bags/day from the end of 2017.

Published in Global Cement News

Nepal: Jagdamba Cement said that it has rebranded its Jagdamba Ultra Premium OPC Cement product with new packaging and appointed Bhusal Dahal as its brand ambassador. The cement producer added in a statement that its products can now compete with any international product available in Nepal, according to the República newspaper. It added that it has received NS 49, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 9001:2015/ISO 14001:2015 certifications as well as letter of appreciation 2014 and 2015 in NS Quality Awards.

Published in Global Cement News

Nepal: Data from the Trade and Export Promotion Centre (TEPC) has shown that the value of imports of clinker has increased by nearly six times year-on-year to US$84m in the first six months of the Nepalese fiscal year to mid-January 2017 from US$14m in the same period in the previous year. Dhurba Thapa, president of the local Cement Manufacturers Association, told the Kathmandu Post that the surge in clinker imports was due to a market correction following a ban on exports imposed by India in the previous year. He added that imports of clinker from India account for around 35 – 40% of Nepal’s total consumption.

Nepal: Government plans to grade domestic brands of cement have been delayed due to administrative issues at the Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology (NBSM). The NBSM prepared a draft for the certification in the autumn of 2016 but it has failed to approve it internally before forwarding it to the Nepal Standard Council, according to the Himalayan Times. The delay has been blamed on the busy schedule of NBSM employees. Under the plan, cement produced by local companies will be certified under three quality categories: 33-grade, 43-grade and 53-grade cement.

Nepal: The value of clinker imported from India into Nepal has risen by 674% year-on-year to US$60.5m in the first four months of the local financial year that started on 16 July 2016 from US$7.8m from the same period in the previous year, according to the Trade and Export Promotion Centre. Dhruba Raj Thapa, president of Cement Manufacturers Association of Nepal, in comments to the Himalayan Times attributed the surge to a lack of raw materials, including limestone, which has forced producers to import clinker from India. He added that government restrictions on opening new mines have restricted the local industry’s ability to produce its own

source : globalcement.com

July 13, 2017 |
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