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A PRESENTATION ON

BY:KUSH BANSAL FOOD-TECH (7FT8)

HISTORY OF HCCBPL:

The Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Company Pvt. Ltd. was established in the year 1999. The plant of HCCBPL is situated at Kaladera which is spread over a massive area of 20 acres of land. Its a subsidiary of CocaCola India. HCCBPL, Jaipur has a total of three lines for manufacturing of cold drinks, out of which two lines are for refillable glass bottles (RGB) and one for PET (Polyethylene terepthalate) bottles.

BOTTLING LINES:LINES RATED CAPACITY

LINE 1 RGB-KHS

600 BPM

LINE 2 RGB-KHS

340 BPM

LINE 3 PET

150 BPM

PRODUCT RANGE:BRAND COCA-COLA PACK-PET 500ML, 600ML, 1.5 LTR, 2 LTR PACK-RGB 200ML, 300ML, 1000ML 200ML, 300ML, 1000ML 200ML, 300ML, 1000ML POST-MIX 9LITER, 18LITER 9LITER, 18LITER 9LITER, 18LITER

500ML, 600ML, FANTA ORANGE 1.5 LTR, 2 LTR 500ML, 600ML, 1.5 LTR, 2 LTR

SPRITE

THUMS-UP

500ML, 600ML, 1.5 LTR, 2 LTR


500ML, 600ML, 1.5 LTR, 2 LTR

200ML, 300ML, 1000ML


200ML, 300ML, 1000ML

9LITER, 18LITER
9LITER, 18LITER

LIMCA

PRODUCTS OF HCCBPL:-

AWARDS OF HCCBPL: ISO 9001: 2000 (Quality Management


System)

ISO : 9001 ISO : 14001 (Environmental Quality


Management)

ISO : 18001 (OHSAS)


ISO : 22000 (Food Safety Management
System)

CARBONATED BEVERAGES:CONTENTS
WATER CARBON-DIOXIDE SUGAR ACIDITY

PERCENTAGE
92% BY VOLUME 3% BY VOLUME 10.5* BRIX 0.09%

Ph

2.6

ENGINEERING SECTION:

REFRIGERATION SECTION WATER TREATMENT PLANT

SYRUP MAKING PLANT


BOTTLING SECTION WATER TREATMENT LAB TEST

REFRIGERATION SECTION: Ammonia gas is used as a refrigerant.


It is stored in tanks painted yellow.

It is pumped through a condensor.


Glycol is used as a chilling agent.

The principle of latent heat of vapourisation is


used.

AMMONIA STORAGE

FLOWCHART:-

CONDENSER

STORAGE

PASSED FROM EXPANSION VALVE

CHILLED GLYCOL

SENT FORWARD AS A COOLANT

WATER TREATMENT PLANT: The water is pumped from the earth.


Many bore wells are used to pump the water.

It is then stored in the raw storage tank.


Chlorine is added in this water.

The principle of reverse osmosis is also used.

WATER FROM BORE WELL

FLOWCHART:-

RAW WATER STORAGE TANK

PRESSURE SAND FILTER PRODUCT WATER STORAGE TANK

ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER

5 MICRON FILTER

REVERSE OSMOSIS TANK

DEGASSEER

SYRUP MAKING PLANT: WTP water is used in this section.


It is then sent to the raw syrup tank.

It is heated at a temperature of 65*- 85* C.


Sugar is then dumped into the RST tank.

The final degree brix and the volume is

checked and then sent to the Para mix.

PRODUCT WATER

FLOWCHART:-

RAW SUGAR SYRUP TANK PARA MIX

SUGAR DUMPING

ACTIVATED CARBON AND HYFLOW

CHECK FINAL BRIX VOLUME

RECIRCULATION AND FILTER

CHILLED TO 20 DEGREE

READY SYRUP TANK

CONCENTRATION MIXING

BOTTLING SECTION: It deals with the cleaning and sanitization.


Firstly, all the RGB bottles are washed.

Carbon-dioxide is filled at high pressure.


The RGB bottles are being capped here.

They are transported through conveyor belts


to the filler machine.

INCOMING OF EMPTY BOTTLES IN CRATES

FLOWCHART:-

BALLETS

INSPECTION

STORAGE

BOTTLE WASHER FILLING IN CRATES

INSPECTION OF WASHED BOTTLE

FILLER

CAPPING

INSPECTION

WATER TREATMENT LAB TEST:

Two tests are used to measure the level of alkalinity that may be present in the form of bicarbonates, carbonates, and hydroxides. Too much alkalinity in the water neutralizes some of the characteristics acidic taste of our products. The P and M test measures the level of alkalinity in the effluent of the sand filter. It is performed every four hours while the system is operation.

P & M Test & pH Meter:

To perform the P and M test, take a carefully measured sample (50 milliliters) of water and add one drop of sodium thiosulphate, or T solution. Adding this solution first neutralizes any chlorine that may be present and ensures accurate readings from the indicators. If you are using a pH meter, the P end point is 8.3 and the M end point is 4.9.

P Alkalinity TEST:

Next, add three or four drops of the phenolphthalein indicator solution. The solution remains colorless, record the P alkalinity as 0.02 milligrams per liter. If the samples turns pink, titrate with a 0.02 normal sulfuric acid solution until the sample turns colorless. In the log book, record the amount of acid used in milliliters. Multiply this volume by 20 to determine the P reading.

M Alkalinity TEST:

Then, add three or four drops of methyl I purple indicator solution to the same sample, which will turn green if alkalinity is present. Without refilling the burette, titrate the solution until the color turns purple. Record the total amount of acid used in milliliters. Multiply this volume by 20 to determine M , or total alkalinity.