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Comments/suggestions invited on draft circular on Guidelines for determination of maximum packing speed of FFS pouch packing machine

News and Press Release - Dated:- 5-10-2016 - F. No. 81/03/2016-CX.3 Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue Central Board of Excise and Customs New Delhi, dated the 5th Oct., 2016 To Members/ Representatives of the Trade, Principal Chief/ Chief Commissioner of Central Excise (All), Principal Chief/ Chief Commissioner of Central Excise and Service Tax (All) and Director General (DGCEI). Sub: Guidelines for determination of maximum packing speed of FFS pouch packing machine-r .....

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2. Representations have been received from the members of the Trade regarding lack of guidelines to verify the maximum speed of packing machines leading to disputes and litigation. 3. In this regard, a draft circular proposed to be issued is enclosed. It is requested that the feedback on the draft circular may be provided by Officers of the Department and Members of the Trade by 20.10.2016 on the following email id: rohan.choudhary@nic.in. Yours faithfully, (ROHAN) Under Secretary (CX.3) Encl.: .....

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packing machine-reg. Madam/ Sir, Kind attention is invited to Pan Masala Packing Machine (Capacity Determination and Collection of Duty) Rules, 2008 and Chewing Tobacco and Unmanufactured Tobacco Packing Machine (Capacity Determination and Collection of Duty) Rules, 2010 (herein after referred to as 'the Rules'). The said rules were amended in the budget 2015-16 and the maximum packing speed at which a packing machine can be operated for packing of notified goods of various retail sale p .....

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to disputes and litigation. 3. The issue has been examined. A study was conducted by DGCEI in collaboration with IIT, Delhi to examine the methodology for determination of maximum packing speed. The study has established that through the use of automation software consisting of PLC (Programme Logic Controller) and Human Machine Interface, the speed of the Rotary Servo Motors installed in the said machines could be synchronised which in turn would control and determine the maximum speed of the po .....

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etermination of Maximum Packing Speed 4.1 Based on the above study, the following formula shall be applied by the field officers to derive the maximum speed of the pouch packing machine: Maximum Packing Speed= RPM of the rotary motor X No. of funnels X 0.80 /Overall Gear Box Ratio 4.2 The parameters mentioned in the above formula are explained below as: a) RPM of the rotary motor: It is the maximum rotation per minute of the servometer which drives the rotary packing machine. The value of this R .....

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easured by Tachometer and can be divided to obtain overall gear box ratio. 5. Procedure for determination of Maximum Packing Speed 5.1 Existing Manufacturers i. For existing manufacturers, who are already registered under Central Excise and carrying manufacturing activity, the manufacturer may exercise the option of getting the maximum packing speed verified in terms of the above formula. In such cases, the manufacturer shall file a fresh declaration under rule 6(6) of the Rules. The maximum pac .....

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, by a Govt. approved Chartered Engineer. Once the maximum packing speed has been determined, the manufacturer shall file the declaration including details of maximum packing speed duly certified by the said Chartered Engineer before the DC/ AC concerned. iii. For other categories of packing machines, the above formula shall not apply. The maximum packing speed in such cases shall be determined, in the presence of jurisdictional Range Superintendent, by the Govt. approved Chartered Engineer. The .....

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receipt of the declaration containing details of maximum packing speed, determined as per procedure at para 5.1 or 5.2, as applicable, the DC/ AC concerned shall approve the declaration and pass necessary orders, after making such inquiry and verification as may be necessary, including re-determination of maximum packing speed, for reasons to be recorded in writing, in accordance with the provisions of the Rule 6(2) of the Rules. It may also be noted that the jurisdictional Commissioner may at .....

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ove formula or otherwise, the Central Excise officer concerned shall, with the prior written approval of Additional/ Joint Commissioner concerned in the file, conduct necessary verification at the manufacturer's premises as per the procedure prescribed above. Under no circumstances, the premises of the manufacturer shall be visited by Range/ Preventive Superintendent or Inspector for verification of the speed of the machine(s) without prior approval of the Additional/ Joint Commissioner. 6. .....

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