State of the art manufacturing facilities


Streamlines production and helps to ensure that the final product meets the company’s quality criteria. It ensures that the processes used to design, test, and produce products will be done correctly

ATFE Agitative this film evaporator

250 Lit Capacity

Fully utilized plant used for molecules which are difficult to handle due to higher sensitivity and vixcosity.

Pilot Plant

500 Lit Capacity

Fully utilized plant used for 50Kg R&D batches.

Manufacturing Unit

3 KL Capacity

1500kg raw material processing capacity used for extraction and distillation.

Steam Distillation Unit

500 Lit Capacity

200kg raw material processing capacity used for separation of essential oils.

Active Enrichment Plant

Fully utilized plant used for purification and enrichment of products.

Research and development

Research and Development (R&D) is the innovation engine of Kay Bee Bioorganic and is crucial to driving growth. We want to maintain a high rate of new product delivery to the end of the decade while investing in targeted early research that will deliver breakthrough innovation post-2020. We continue to search for new and improved ways of raising the quality and yield of crops worldwide.

We have well equipped laboratory like Analytical ,pathology ,soil science , entomology laboratory etc. with sophisticated instrument and equipment’s like, High performance liquid chromatography with UV Detector, UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Gas Chromatography with dual column (Capillary and Packed) and FID detector, Calorimeter, Analytical Microbalances, Digital Karl Fischer Apparatus, and Fume Hood, Laminar Air flow, Autoclave, Incubator, Flame photometer, Stability chambers, stereo microscope, etc. Our R & D team is dedicated to work various research project which match our vision to replace chemical inputs by organic with insuring less cost of production at farmer level and also, we have tie-up with various agriculture research institutes and farmer groups to take trials of our inputs.

Phytochemical lab

Kay Bee Bio-organics stresses the importance of the qualitative and quantitative methods for characterizing the samples, quantification of the biomarkers and/ or chemical markers and the fingerprint profiles.

If a principle active component is known, it is most logical to quantitate this compound. Where active ingredients contributing to insecticidal efficacy are known botanical preparations should be standardized to these compounds. Where the active ingredients are not yet known a marker substance which should be specific for the botanical could be chosen for analytical purpose

Quality Control Department

Quality control (QC) is a process through which a business seeks to ensure that product quality is maintained or improved. Quality control requires the company to create an environment in which both management and employees strive for perfection. This is done by training personnel, creating benchmarks for product quality, and testing products to check for statistically significant variations.

In process Quality Control Lab

In process quality control (IPQC) is a planned system, To identify the materials, equipment, processes, and operators; To enforce the flow of manufacturing and packaging operations according to the established rules and practices;

To minimize human error or to detect the error if and when it does occur; And to pinpoint the responsibility to the personnel involved in each unit operation of the entire process . In process Quality Control In general, In process control procedures are usually rapid and simple tests or inspection that are performed when the manufacturing of the product batch is in process.

Analytical Lab

Analytical laboratories offer services that classify, assay and/or analyze chemical, material, biological, geological and environmental samples.

Analysis is done as per both National and International standards with following major protocols:

  • Bureau of Indian Standard specifications
  • FAO specifications
  • CIPAC guidelines
  • AOAC guidelines
  • WHO specifications
  • OECD specifications

Microbiology Lab

The Microbiology laboratory is equipped to receive and maintain plant material in isolation for the identification and diagnosis of vegetable and fruit crop diseases, caused by viruses, virus-like, bacteria, fungi, phytoplasmas, insects, mites and nematodes, included in quarantine and non-quarantine lists, in compliance with technical protocols recognized at national and European level (EPPO standards, IPPC-ISPMs) and updated in line with technological advances and relevant official validations.