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Sugar Technology


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Sugar Technology

 

The objective of the Sugar Technology Department is to impart education on sugar technology and to extend scientific guidance to sugar mills for the overall improvement of the technical performance. The targeted areas are controlling sugar losses in manufacturing process, improvement in the quality of the final product at reduced cost. Emphasis also laid on higher capacity utilization, saving in process steam & power consumption and water management. Applied research is conducted based on the observations made during the extension services.

To achieve the above, Sugar Technology Department laid emphasis on the following aspects:

 

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