Sand Plast (India) Limited is a public Limited Company incorporated under companies Act, 1956. We are the pioneers in the field of flyash utilization and have recently set up a large plant on ring road, opposite Indraprastha park, near Nizamuddin over bridge with an indigenously developed technology with a capacity to produce 4-5 lakhs bricks per day employing 30 persons at a time using up to 90% ash with daily utilization of 800-1000 MT of ash. Company's technology is widely applauded by Technology Mission, Ministry of Science & Technology, Building Materials & Technology Promotion Council, Ministry of Urban Development, UNIDO, ESCAP, NTPC, HUDCO etc and various parties from India and abroad have approached to procure turn-key plants.
The Supreme Court of India has permitted use of fly-ash brick with in within NCT and has banned operation of traditional brick kilns using mother soil within NCT. The Govt. of India's Notification issued, in keeping with court orders, has banned traditional brick kilns within specified areas of operating thermal power plants all over. The users within the specified area have been asked to specify use of fly-ash bricks within the specified area and also all thermal power plants have been asked to utilize 100% of ash generated by them within 8 years.
The total ash generation is around 100 million tones annually all over India. Delhi alone requires 11 plants with no other technology available for quality products and mass utilization of ash other than Sand Plast. The utilizable capacity of 180 million piece is guaranteed with Delhi's annual requirement of over 5000 million piece and country's requirement of 1,00,000 million.
The company's products are of high quality standards Conforming to BIS far above traditional bricks. The bricks by fly-ash sand lime process are eligible for exemption of Excise Duty and Sales Tax in many states. The brick manufacturing process involves mixing lime with ash, reacting it, pressing it by a robotic and software fed press followed by steam curing before being taken for loading on the stacking platform and/or loading on trucks through hydraulic grabs with a total process cycle being of 4 hours or so. The process at Delhi stipulates steam curing using Natural Gas.