Harshil Industries
Harshil Industries
G.I.D.C, Sarigam, Valsad, Gujarat
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Infrastructure & Facilities

Our Infrastructure

Our Infrastructure

We have established an ultra-modernized infrastructure which facilitates us to manufacture, supply, wholesale and export an outstanding collection of Fluoride Chemicals, Cryolite Chemicals, Fluoborate Chemicals and many more. Our infrastructure is sprawling over a broad area of land and installed with cutting edge technologies, machines, tools and equipment. It helps us to bring forth quality-assured product line into the market. We have segregated entire infrastructure into various facilities to ensure well-organized execution of our business activities.


Our infrastructure is divided into the below enlisted units:


  • Processing facilities
  • Quality testing laboratory
  • Packaging facilities
  • Administrative block
  • Training facilities

Research & Development

Research & Development
Research and development (R&D) activities typically consist of an opportunity for an artist to consider their practice, develop a new idea or a new way of working. The impact of a period of R&D on an artist’s future work can be significant. As R&D activity is usually exploratory, the result of the activity (the outcome) might not be fully defined at the start of an activity, but an artist would usually have a clear sense of what they want to explore and why. How long an R&D activity takes, how it is structured and what it focuses on will vary depending on the nature of the artist’s work, but activity of this type can often involve other artists, particularly when exploring new ideas for or shifting to a new model. Research and development benefits artists at all stage of their careers and is beneficial to the development of all artforms and types of practice. We can support R&D activity through Grants for the arts. As the development agency for the arts, we are keen to support R&D activities that support our vision great art for everyone.

• Time to develop new artistic ideas and work • retreat or residency opportunities in the UK and internationally • access to mentoring and shadowing opportunities including peer networks and critique groups to trial new ideas and develop market/commission opportunities • access to production and workspace • opportunities to ‘go see’ to further inform your own practice • development of new partnerships and networks • training and continuing professional development opportunities for artists 3 Grants for the arts can fund activity outside the UK, but only where there is a clear benefit to artists, arts organizations or audiences in England. Applications can demonstrate this benefit to England in different ways, depending on the nature of their activity. There is a separate information sheet on international activity that gives further information about how to approach applying for international work. For full details of the eligibility requirements for Grants for the arts please read the ‘How to apply’ guidance carefully. This is available on our website.

We understand that R&D activities have different types of outcomes to other kinds of arts projects, and encourage applicants to think about the different ways that R&D activities achieve the key aims of Grants for the arts. We want applicants to tell us about the impact of the proposed activity on their artistic development and their future work, and how audiences or participants will engage with this future work. How a project will develop an artist’s practice and how it will engage people differs enormously depending on the nature of the work. When we are considering applications for R&D activities, we want to see that applicants have: • demonstrated clearly how the activity will develop their work (directly or in general) • showed how learning from the project will be shared 4 The Grants for the arts application form asks specific questions about development, public engagement, partnerships and evaluation. In your answers to these questions you should think about your activity as a project with a range of outcomes, some of which will be short term and others long term.