DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A PILOT PRODUCTION PLANT FOR PAINTS EMULSION AND TEX-COTE

ABSTRACT

The concept of this project is to actualize a practical way of paint production using a locally design mixing machine which is design to meet a low cost and high standard paint.

The project cut across all forms of engineering, such as mechanical machine design of a simple industrial mixer, which is driven by an electrically made device, a 3 HP electric motor, chemically reacting reagents such as water, calcium carbonate, etc to produce the desired product which is aim to be used as coat for Mechanical Agricultural and Civil structures.

The project research exposes to students and entrepreneur to total knowledge necessary for the production of emulsion and tex-cote using a single mixer irrespective of the volume of production. Self help project is the only sustainable solution to the problem of unemployment. Many unemployed youth can lay their hiring. The project research is a modest presentation of simplified facts on the for entrepreneur success at a low coat.

Title Page
Letter Of Transmittal
Authority Page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table Of Contents
Chapter One
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Objectives Of The Research Work
1.2 Uses And Economics
1.3 Importance Of Study
1.4 Benefits Of The Project

Chapter Two
2.0 Literature Review
2.1 Historical
2.2 Design Of Mixing Machine
2.3 Recognition Of Need
2.4 Definition Of Problem
2.5 Planning For Production
2.6 Planning For Use
2.7 Process Of Design
2.8 Factors That Determine Choice Of Material
2.9 Packaging Of Product (Ames Paint)

Chapter Three
3.0 Design Of Machine/Sequence Of Operational
3.1 Design And Construction Details
3.2 Design Factors/Construction Of The Principles
3.3 Construction Procedures

Chapter Four
4.0 Paint Production
4.1 Latex Paint
4.2 White Wash
4.3 Paint Composition
4.4 Paint Constituents For Emulsion
4.5 Quality Control
4.6 Chalking, Abrasion, Hardness & Adherence
4.7 Formation Of Emulsion Paint 20 Litres
4.8 Formation Of Texcoat (20 Litres)

Chapter Five
5.0 Characteristics Of The Project
5.1 Performance Of The Project
5.2 Conclusion
5.3 Recommendation
References