Low gas pressure increases concern about glass units

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Firozabad. Because of the reduced gas pressure, concerns of glass industry operators have increased. Production efficiency is affected due to the low gas pressure. There is also the possibility of major damage to the furnace (furnace). In June the pressure decreased twice. Industrialists have requested from GAIL India that industrial organizations should be informed prior to reducing gas pressure. This topic was also raised at the Udyog Bandhu meeting.
According to industrialists, on June 28, there was a problem with low gas pressure in about three hours. This production in bottle, bracelet and mouth blowing factories was affected. Prominent organizations in the glass industry have sent letters to senior officials in the Industries Department and GAIL India calling for a solution to the problem.
from industry organizations
We would like to be informed in advance about reducing the gas pressure during repair work. So that the factory operators can come to an arrangement in advance. Otherwise, there is a possibility of major damage to the gas-fired stove.
Rajkumar Mittal – President UPGMS
Due to the low gas pressure, the production process in glass units came to a standstill on June 28 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. This resulted in a loss of several hundred rupees. This should be reported before the gas line is repaired.
Abhishek Mittal Chanchal – industrialist
This question was raised by the industry in front of the district judge on June 22nd and 30th. A letter was written to GAIL India on the instructions of DM. The letter says that when the gas pressure is low, the industry associations should be given the necessary information.
Amaresh Pandey-Deputy Commissioner Industries

Firozabad. Because of the reduced gas pressure, concerns of glass industry operators have increased. Production efficiency is affected due to the low gas pressure. There is also the possibility of major damage to the furnace (furnace). In June the pressure decreased twice. Industrialists have requested from GAIL India that industrial organizations should be informed prior to reducing gas pressure. This topic was also raised at the Udyog Bandhu meeting.

According to industrialists, on June 28, there was a problem with low gas pressure in about three hours. This production in bottle, bracelet and mouth blowing factories was affected. Prominent organizations in the glass industry have sent letters to senior officials in the Industries Department and GAIL India calling for a solution to the problem.

from industry organizations

We would like to be informed in advance about reducing the gas pressure during repair work. So that the factory operators can come to an arrangement in advance. Otherwise, there is a possibility of major damage to the gas-fired stove.

Rajkumar Mittal – President UPGMS

Due to the low gas pressure, the production process in glass units came to a standstill on June 28 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. This resulted in a loss of several hundred rupees. This should be reported before the gas line is repaired.

Abhishek Mittal Chanchal – industrialist

This question was raised by the industry in front of the district judge on June 22nd and 30th. A letter was written to GAIL India on the instructions of DM. The letter says that when the gas pressure is low, the industry associations should be given the necessary information.

Amaresh Pandey-Deputy Commissioner Industries

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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