How many months did the kiln operate in this season?

How many months did the kiln operate in this season?

For example, if your kiln was fired on 1st November 2015 and operated till 30th June 2016, then enter 8 months.

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Details of the various types of bricks you are producing

How many types of bricks did you produce in {0} season?

How many types of bricks did you produce in this season?

Mention the total number of all the different types of bricks you have manufactured in this season.

For example, if you have manufactured solid bricks and perforated bricks, they are to be counted as different bricks.

If you have manufactured bricks of different sizes, they are to be counted as different bricks.

For example, if you have manufactured solid bricks of size 230x110x70 mm, and perforated bricks of sizes 230x110x70 mm and 230x110x140 mm, then enter 3 types of bricks.

If you have manufactured more than one type of perforated bricks or hollow bricks, they are to be counted as different bricks.

For example, if you have manufactured 3 hole, 10 hole and 28 hole perforated bricks, then enter 3 types of bricks.

A quick way to determine sample's average weight is by randomly selecting 10 fired bricks from different stacks, weighing them and calculating a simple average. Please refer to IS 5454 (1978), to understand a more complete way.

No. of bricks of this type produced in {0} season.

A quick way to determine sample's average weight is by randomly selecting 10 fired bricks from different stacks, weighing them and calculating a simple average. Please refer to IS 5454 (1978), to understand a more complete way.

No. of bricks of this type produced in {0} season.

A quick way to determine sample's average weight is by randomly selecting 10 fired bricks from different stacks, weighing them and calculating a simple average. Please refer to IS 5454 (1978), to understand a more complete way.

No. of bricks of this type produced in {0} season.

A quick way to determine sample's average weight is by randomly selecting 10 fired bricks from different stacks, weighing them and calculating a simple average. Please refer to IS 5454 (1978), to understand a more complete way.

No. of bricks of this type produced in {0} season.

A quick way to determine sample's average weight is by randomly selecting 10 fired bricks from different stacks, weighing them and calculating a simple average. Please refer to IS 5454 (1978), to understand a more complete way.

No. of bricks of this type produced in {0} season.

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Details of the various types of fuels you are using

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How many types of fuel did you use in this season?

Mention the total number of fuels, including external and internel fuels, that you have used in this season.

External fuels are those fuels which are fed from outside into the kiln for firing, such as coal, petcoke, wood, etc.

Internel fuels are those fuels which are added to clay during moulding, such as saw dust, bagasse, paper mill ash, etc.

Quantity of this fuel used in the whole season(in tonnes).

Cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne).

Cost of fuel(in Rs/tonne).

The cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne) is its delivered cost at the kiln. This cost is obtained by adding the purchase cost of fuel paid to the supplier and the charges paid for transportation of the fuel to the kiln.

Quantity of this fuel used in the whole season(in tonnes).

Cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne).

Cost of fuel(in Rs/tonne).

The cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne) is its delivered cost at the kiln. This cost is obtained by adding the purchase cost of fuel paid to the supplier and the charges paid for transportation of the fuel to the kiln.

Quantity of this fuel used in the whole season(in tonnes).

Cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne).

Cost of fuel(in Rs/tonne).

The cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne) is its delivered cost at the kiln. This cost is obtained by adding the purchase cost of fuel paid to the supplier and the charges paid for transportation of the fuel to the kiln.

Quantity of this fuel used in the whole season(in tonnes).

Cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne).

Cost of fuel(in Rs/tonne).

The cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne) is its delivered cost at the kiln. This cost is obtained by adding the purchase cost of fuel paid to the supplier and the charges paid for transportation of the fuel to the kiln.

Quantity of this fuel used in the whole season(in tonnes).

Cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne).

Cost of fuel(in Rs/tonne).

The cost of fuel (in Rs/tonne) is its delivered cost at the kiln. This cost is obtained by adding the purchase cost of fuel paid to the supplier and the charges paid for transportation of the fuel to the kiln.