Mini Ice Plant Business
1.35MT Mini Ice Plant Business Opportunity Study
The 1.35 mini ice plant is uniquely designed to produce crystal cube ice to supply the requirements of food establishments and restaurants for high quality cooling ice. It can also be used for iced foods such as homemade ice cream and iced mix-fruits.
A mini ice plant business can also produce regular block ice for home consumption and for food preservation. The ice can be used to preserve highly perishable goods like fish and meat.
For both consumable and industrial ice products, the mini ice plant filters and purifies raw water supply. The finished ice is actually food-grade.
But to meet the demands of high end markets (restaurants, hotels, etc), this ice plant incorporates crystallization technology to produce ice cube crystals.
The mini ice plant uses V-type or belt-driven 5HP compressor. The ice plant can also be powered by a small diesel generator set of 7HP. With a diesel genset, the ice plant can operate continuously during power outages. It can also be located in small fishing villages without electric power.
Basic Facts on Mini Ice Plant Business
(Figures may vary)
- DAILY/ANNUAL ICE PRODUCTION CAPACITY: 1.35 MT/486,000 MT
- ANNUAL GROSS INCOME: PhP 1.2 million
- ANNUAL OPERATING INCOME: PhP 342,378
- ESTIMATED TOTAL PROJECT COST: PhP 1.62 million
- COST OF ICE-MAKING PLANT MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT: PhP 870,000
- RETURN ON INVESTMENT RATE (R0I) /PAYBACK PERIOD: 21.1% p.a. / 4.7 years
Free Mini Ice Plant Feasibility Study
To get a preliminary feasibility study on 1.35MT Mini Ice Plant Business please visit the link below:
The document can be downloaded for free. It was prepared by the Southern Philippines Research and Extension Foundation (SOPREX Foundation), a research and training institution in the Philippines.
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