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Indian pump industry @ 2016

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Indian Pump Industries all details like-
>Total share in India market(Rs 200000CrINR)
>Geographical Area-wise requirement of Agriculture Pump in India.
>Sector-wise demand of Pump in India (Agri,Domestic & Industrially).
>TOTAL MANUFACTURERS OF STAR RATING MODELS AS PER IS 8034 IN INDIA .
>Ag-DMS Pumping program launched by Gov of India.

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Indian pump industry @ 2016

  1. 1. Indian Pump Industry@2016 BY- Dhiraj Kumar W E L C O M W E L C O M E
  2. 2. Background of agricultural pump industry in India Growth of agricultural pump industry in India in past Present and future production capacity of agricultural pump Industry in India Scenario of energy efficient pump sets production in India  Capacity of producing energy efficient pump sets in India TOPICS TO BE COVERED
  3. 3. • IPMA was established in 1951 • No. of IPMA member – 120 nos. • Total turnover of pump industry : Rs. 20,000 cr. - IPMA members – Rs. 11,000 cr. - Non-IPMA members – Rs. 9,000 cr. INDIAN PUMP INDUSTRY – SCENARIO 2016 Product No. of licenses registered under BIS (as on 16.01.16) No. of brands under BEE (as on 16.01.16) Submersible pumpsets (IS 8034) 617 264 Open well Sub. Pump sets (IS 14220) 292 91 Electric Moonset Pumps (IS 9079) 114 10
  4. 4. Agriculture 43% Irrig. WS 6% Domestic 30% Industrial 13% Misc. 8% Agriculture Irrig. WS Domestic Industrial Misc. 4 SECTORWISE DEMAND OF PUMPS IN INDIA
  5. 5. BACKGROUND – AGRO PUMPS IN INDIA • The agriculture pump market in India is valued at about INR 8600 cr. in 2014-15, and is expected to grow @ 7 to 8 percent annually. • Agro pumps growth depends on Govt policy and investments – Star labeled and solar pumps being at focus • Due to Erratic monsoon climate and scarcity of water across areas in the country, govt and manufacturers have to work together for agricultural growth of the country • Fluctuations in ground water level is also increased demand of agricultural pump set in the market
  6. 6. CONTD… •Rising population & urbanization boosts the demand for pumps in the market • Healthy economic outlook also motivates the growth of the Indian pumps industry • More than 600 manufacturers at large, medium and small scale
  7. 7. GROWTH OF AGRICULTURAL PUMP INDUSTRY IN INDIA • In spite of several challenges, Pump manufacturers in India are continuously improving to enhance productivity, quality and service. • There are lot of engineering expertise in pump manufacturing , so that we are able to offer a wide variety of very efficient products, from renowned manufacturers. • Market for the Energy Efficient Agriculture Pumps Growing because of the 5 star rating promotion and subsidy benefits given to farmers with new connection.
  8. 8. • Water shortage Due to unreliable monsoons, deep ground water level will fluctuate and it increase shortage of water • Electrification in Rural Areas it will boost the requirement of agricultural pump sets • Availability of agricultural land Tendency to convert wasteland to cultivating land • Price sensitivity Tough Price sensitivité remaniés high, Customer’ awareness incérasse towards quality and energy efficient Product • Costs of raw materials Increasing raw material costs (e.g. copper, aluminium, steel) impact pump prices GROWTH OF AGRICULTURAL PUMP INDUSTRY IN INDIA
  9. 9. CHALLENGES TO AGRICULTURAL PUMP INDUSTRY IN INDIA • Most unpredictable business hence difficult to maintain inventory specially to MSMEs • Different site conditions in different states w.r.t. voltage band, water level, quality of water, etc. • Poor selection of the pump sets with respect to head and discharge and poor maintenance • Approval Process for standards and Departmental approvals , varies from department to department and State to state.
  10. 10. PRESENT AND FUTURE PRODUCTION CAPACITY OF AGRICULTURE PUMP INDUSTRY Summary of Production Capacity Product Type Star rated pumps Approx. production / year Total present capacity (Approx.) Monoset Pumps 1 L 3.5 L – 3 Ph 9 L – 1 Ph 7L – 3 Ph 18 L – 1 Ph Openwell Submersible pumps 1.25 L 3.5 L 7 L Submersible Pumps 1.5 L 9 L 19 L Note : Production Capacity can be increased by investment of nominal capital and man power
  11. 11. FUTURE REQUIREMENT OF AGRICULTURAL PUMPSET IN INDIA REGIONWISE POTENTIALITY OF SUBMERSIBLE PUMP IN INDIA REGION STATE IN REGION POTENTIALITY IN QTY. NORTH INDIA HARYANA 175000 UTTAR PRADESH 150000 PUNJAB 137500 HIMACHAL PRADESH 25000 JAMMU AND KASHMIR 12500 TOTAL - A 500000 SOUTH INDIA ANDHRAPRADESH 150000 KARNATAKA 125000 TAMILNADU 87500 KERALA 25000 TOTAL - B 387500 WEST INDIA RAJASTHAN 150000 MADHYAPRADESH 137500 GUJARAT 137500 MAHARASHTRA 125000 CHHATISGARAH 75000 TOTAL - C 625000 EAST INDIA WEST BENGAL 112500 JHARKHAND 75000 BIHAR 75000 ORISSA 75000 AASAM 25000 TRIPURA/SIKKIM 12500 NAGALAND/MEGHALAYA 12500 TOTAL - D 387500 TOTAL A+B+C+D 1900000 NOTE - ABOVE SUBMERSIBLE PUMP POTENTIALITY COVERED 3" TO 10" DIA. BOREWELL SUBMERSIBLE PUMP
  12. 12. • According to Ministry of Agriculture it accounts for 14% of India’s GDP Project Details • India`s Agriculture sector consumes about 140 billion units a year which is equivalent to around 18% of total National electricity consumption of India • The average efficiency level of in-efficient non-star rated pump sets are in the range of 25%-30% SCENARIO OF ENERGY EFFICINT PUMPSET IN INDIA
  13. 13. SCENARIO OF ENERGY EFFICINT PUMPSET IN INDIA
  14. 14. LIST OF STAR RATED PUMP MANUFACTURERS IN INDIA HAVING MORE THAN 100 STAR RATED MODELS TOTAL MANUFACTURERS OF STAR RATING MODELS AS PER IS 8034 IN INDIA : 266 NOS. SR.NO. COMPANY Total Star Rated Models (Nos.) 1 VARUNA 328 2 PLUGA 239 3 WATERMAN 229 4 U-NEEL 227 5 CROMPTON GREAVES 191 6 AMRUT 181 7 C.R.I.PUMPS 170 8 TEXMO 167 9 MBH PUMPS 148 10 SHAKTI 146 11 FALCON 138 12 OSWAL 135 13 CHETAN 124 14 SILVER 121 15 UNNATI 107 16 ANGEL 100 Source : BEE’s website (as on 21.12.2015)
  15. 15. • In 100 mm bore well dia. submersible pump sets, mass production technologies with noryl impellers • Innovation and cost effective manufacturing of Investment Casting and Fabricated stainless steel Pumps to increase the pump efficiency. • Development of 50ft and 60ft head per stage pumps. • Understanding the Voltage conditions and design pumps as per customer requirements • Burnishing process started to reduce friction losses in motor and hence to increase motor efficiency • Solar pumping system for farming • Submersible DC motors are developed for Solar Application • Sea water pumping system for power generation ACHIEVEMENTS OF INDIAN PUMP INDUSTRY IN R&D
  16. 16. Production capacity of producing energy efficient agriculture pump set : 50 lakhs pump set per year IPMAer means; Innovator, who sets new trends Power conserver of the nation Manufacturers of the pump of highest quality Abiders of good engineering practices CAPACITY OF PRODUCING ENERGY EFFICIENT PUMPSET AND ACHIEVEMENT IN R & D
  17. 17. Methodology Proposed By Indian Pump & Manufacturers’ Association (IPMA) For successful implementation of Ag-DSM Project Ag-DSM - Pumping Program Proposed by-Gov. of India
  18. 18. PRESENT SCENARIO OF AGRICULTURE PUMPING •There are 2.1 Crore electrified pumps in India, being used for agriculture and consuming 92.33 Billion units energy every year, contributes approx 22% of total electricity consumption of India. •Energy Saving potential in Agriculture Pumps is approx 27.79 Billion Units. •At present Farmer is getting electricity either free or on very low cost (Flat Rate or Rs. 1 to 1.5/Unit) and that’s why farmer is not interested to improve efficiency of Pumps. •Even after very low tariff or on flat rate there is huge theft of electricity in agriculture. •The present average efficiency of the pumps installed is approx 22 to 30% •There are two major reasons of pumping inefficiency the first one and most important is selection of pump set (Head and Discharge combination in terms of pump stage and model) and second one is inefficient commercial pumps.
  19. 19. PUMP LIFE CYCLE Pump Capital cost, 5% Maintinance cost, 5% Electrcity Cost, 90% % Cost During Life Cycle Pump Capital cost Maintinance cost Electrcity Cost
  20. 20. PRESENT AG-DSM METHODOLOGY •The present Ag-DSM Projects invites bids from either Manufacturer or ESCO Company, for the “Design, Manufacture, Supply, Dismantling & Installation of 1,00,000 nos. of Agriculture Pumps with 1 Year Warranty and 4 to 5 years Repair & Maintenance. Having Competencies to Manufacture Energy Efficient Pump Not Having Team to Manage Projects and 5 Year Maintenance High Cost for 5 Year Maintenance Only Manufacturer Cost of Pump Becomes High Investment of Product and services is Difficult Difficult to Find out all Kind of required Pumps Only ESCO Company
  21. 21. PROPOSED METHODOLOGY-1 EESL ESCO (Execute the Project , establish the saving, and remote monitoring of EE Pumps) Manufactur er (Rate contract With EE Pump Manufacturer)
  22. 22. PROPOSED METHODOLOGY-1 STEP-1 •By this No. Of Manufacturer will BID and PMC will get competitive price and required quantity at any time, which reduce the lead time of project execution. EESL Will Float a Tender •For The Empanelment of EE Pump Manufacturer •Rate Contract will be done with No. of Manufacturer •For EE Pump with Controller with Defined Specifications & One year standard warranty only Payment to the Manufacturer •70% Payment will be made after supply of Pumps •20% After achieving of Required efficiency/Results •10% after successful completion of warranty period of one year
  23. 23. PROPOSED METHODOLOGY-1 STEP-2 Option 1 Separate Tender for ESCO – Based On Per site Cost •Tender will be awarded based on less cost per site •Selection, Installation and Maintenance of EE Pumps •Achieve and sustain efficiency/saving •Establish and Maintain Remote Monitoring system Payment to the ESCO Company – Per Site Basis •Fix Cost Per site Basis •60% After success full Installation and achieving the efficiency/saving •10 % after Establishment of Remote Monitoring system •Balance 6% each year after success full completion, for 5 years
  24. 24. PROPOSED METHODOLOGY-1 STEP-2 Option -2 Separate Tender for ESCO – Sharing Basis •Tender will be awarded, who offer higher sharing to the EESL •Selection, Installation and Maintenance of EE Pumps •Achieve and sustain efficiency •Establish and Maintain Remote Monitoring system Payment to the ESCO Company – Sharing Basis b/w EESL and ESCO Based on Tender •50% on deemed saving approach after achieving of efficiency/Saving and establishment of Remote Monitoring system •Balance 10% each year after successful completion of a year for 5 years
  25. 25. PROPOSED METHODOLOGY-1 •This will be responsibility of the EESL to float tenders, investment, take payment from concerning DISCOM, awareness among farmers and other related issues. •EESL/ESCO Shall also establish a common portal on which Manufacturer will provide the detail of star rated pumps with head and discharge with lead time of supply, so that ESCO Can select the pumps from them, as well as entire project shall be updated on the same at each step. •By the remote monitoring system transparent data of power consumption can be obtain, further remote access (ON/OFF) of the pump through mobile may also be provided to farmer, farmer may also send complain through this.
  26. 26. 2ND PROPOSAL AGDSM-WITH SOLAR PUMP AGDSM/ESCO Model For Solar Pump, will be workable for any Bidder with 6 years pay back and working Life for 20 Years. Consideration for ESCO-Solar Pump Model  Subsidy of 30% (Central Government) for Capital Investment  Power cost for Rs. 7/Kwh (After saving can be supplied to Industrial customer.  Interest On Capital 12.5%  Detail Calculation ESCO SOLAR
  27. 27. BENEFITS OF SOLAR BASED ESCO No capital investment to Generate Power plant and Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure which cost Rs. 30 to 40 Million Per MW, and approx 20 Million Per MW for T&D. Life span of Solar Module is 25 Years, project can be design for 20-25 years. No chances of Theft, Losses during T&D For Farmer, reliable electricity during Day Time, However in conventional electricity farmer get it mostly during Night Time The saved electricity can be supplied to Industries. Need not to constant monitoring for energy saving achieved Additional Benefits can be taken By connecting Grid to obtain the power generated during non agriculture season.
  28. 28. By-Dhiraj Kumar Email-Dhiraj.kumar@industrybuying.com Mob-91-8377900967/9266351397

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