The latest report titled “Silicon Production” by Procurement Resource a global procurement research and consulting firm, provides an in-depth cost analysis of the production process of Silicon.
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Procurement Resource’s detailed report describes the stepwise consumption of material and utilities along with a detailed process flow diagram. Furthermore, the study assesses the latest developments within the industry that might influence Silicon production cost, looking into capacity expansions, plant turnarounds, mergers, acquisitions, and investments.
Procurement Resource Assessment of Silicon Production Process:
1. Silicon Production From Reduction: This report presents the detailed production methodology and cost analysis of industrial silicon production across silicon manufacturing plants via reduction. This process mainly includes the reduction of quartz with carbon at a high temperature of about 2000 °C, which occurs in an electric arc in a reduction furnace. In this method, a mixture of several carbon materials, including coal, coke, along with quartz, gets fed in a reduction furnace. Next, liquid silicon is derived from the furnace’s tap hole when the temperature is at 1600 °C. At last, the metal is processed by oxidative refining, casting, crystallization and crushing.
Silicon (Si) is the most common isotope and a non-metallic chemical element belonging to the carbon family found in sand and glass. In its pure state, it appears like a metal-like substance and is present in the planet’s crust in abundance. However, in spite of its metal-like appearance and properties, it does not classify as a metal. It is the best semiconductor material in electronic components.
Silicon has its main application as a semiconductor, used to make transistors. It also has extensive employment in making computer chips and solar cells. These uses are primarily driving the market growth. In addition, in the construction sector, it gets added as a main component of bricks and ceramics which is a vital ingredient in Portland cement and fire bricks which boosts its market demand. Furthermore, in the housing sector, it is used in waterproofing systems. In the steel industry, it is used like a ferrosilicon component– an alloy. Also, in the cosmetic industry, it finds application as a lubricant in many cosmetics and hair conditioners that will further bolster the market demand.
Key Questions Answered in the Silicon Cost Report:
- What are the prime requisites for establishing a Silicon manufacturing plant?
- How is Silicon produced industrially?
- What are the processes responsible for the production ofSilicon?
- What are the feedstocks requirement and costs for sythesising Silicon?
- What is the estimated size of land required to establish a Silicon manufacturing plant?
- What are the construction requisites to establish a Silicon manufacturing plant?
- What machineries would be required for the production of Silicon?
- What utilities are needed to produce Silicon?
- What are the manpower requisites for the production ofSilicon?
- What are the mean wages attributed to the manpower required to work in a Silicon manufacturing plant?
- What are the packaging and ancillary economics for Silicon?
- What are the logistics requirements and the cost that might be incurred to produce Silicon?
- What are the operational economics for setting up a Silicon manufacturing plant?
- What is the estimated profit cut-out in the production of Silicon?
- What is the estimated time to break even?
- What is the ROI in the Silicon industry?
- What are the SOPs for a Silicon manufacturing plant?
- What does the SWOT analysis say for a Silicon manufacturing plant?
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