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difference between scrap and defective ?

Avatar 37a3bd7bc7328f0ead2c0f6f635dddf60615e676e6b4ddf964144012e529de45 Uma asked about 3 years ago

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Avatar 37a3bd7bc7328f0ead2c0f6f635dddf60615e676e6b4ddf964144012e529de45 HIMANSHU answered over 2 years ago

Scrap Scrap is discarded material having some values. It represents fragments or remnants of material that are left from certain type of manufacture. It is a material loss but has small value without further processing. Examples of scrap are available in operations like turning, boring, punching, sawing, shavings, moulding, etc. from metals on which machine operations are carried out; saw dust and trimmings in the timber industry; dead heads and bottom ends in foundries; and cuttings, pieces and splits in leather industry. Such scrap can be solid because it can be used by other industries by melting in furnaces. Scrap is always physically available unlike waste which may or may not be physically present in the form of a residue. Thus scrap is always visible whereas waste may or may not be visible. Further, waste may not have any value whereas scrap must necessarily have a value. Defective Defective products or units are those which do not meet with dimensional or quality standards and are reworked for rectification of defects by application of material, labour and/or processing and salvaged to the point of either standard product or sub¬standard product to be sold as seconds. Therefore, defectives are that portion which can be rectified at some extra cost of re-operation. thanks

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Avatar 37a3bd7bc7328f0ead2c0f6f635dddf60615e676e6b4ddf964144012e529de45 CA Sandeep Bohra answered almost 3 years ago

**Scrap:** This is a loss connected with the output. Most of the time at the end of production/conversion process such outputs are generated that were not intended but cannot be eliminated due the nature of material or process itself. Usually they are of no to insignificant value as compared to the main product that was intended. We usually know them with the term by-products. This is considered as loss as not all of the raw material is converted into intended product. For example in furniture manufacturing chippings of wood and sawdust is a common example. Another very known example is of gold dust in jewellery and gold industry. **Defect:** This is another type of loss connected with the output but it can be in the input as well. This is close to waste but with the difference that it is such output which does not qualify all the quality standards due to some problem but that problem CAN be fixed by further processing or reprocessing and it is also feasible to do so. This is considered as loss as more then normal effort will be required to bring the goods into saleable condition. For example in juice manufacturing industry where juice is not sweat up to a required level or is not homogenized to give a required molecular level thus not consistent enough. Another example can be car repair and maintenance where sometimes paint dries too quickly thus not giving proper shine and will have to be “touched” again.

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Avatar 37a3bd7bc7328f0ead2c0f6f635dddf60615e676e6b4ddf964144012e529de45 lochan answered about 3 years ago

**DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SCRAP AND DEFECTIVE** Scrap is the residue from certain types of manufacture,usually of small amount and low value. Defective work signifies those units of production whicch can be rectified and converted into good units. Scrap is inherent in nature. Defectives arise duet o low quality material,bad supervision, improper planning. Scrap cannot be avoided Defectives can be avoided. Thanks

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Picsjoin 2017224123730582 Archana answered about 3 years ago

Hie Uma, Difference between Scrap & Defective is as follows :- **Scrap** - This is a loss connected with the output. Most of the time at the end of production/conversion process such outputs are generated that were not intended but cannot be eliminated due the nature of material or process itself. Usually they are of no to insignificant value as compared to the main product that was intended. We usually know them with the term by-products. This is considered as loss as not all of the raw material is converted into intended product. - For example in furniture manufacturing chippings of wood and sawdust is a common example. Another very known example is of gold dust in jewellery and gold industry. **Defective** - This is another type of loss connected with the output but it can be in the input as well. This is close to waste but with the difference that it is such output which does not qualify all the quality standards due to some problem but that problem CAN be fixed by further processing or reprocessing and it is also feasible to do so. This is considered as loss as more then normal effort will be required to bring the goods into saleable condition. - For example in juice manufacturing industry where juice is not sweat up to a required level or is not homogenized to give a required molecular level thus not consistent enough. Another example can be car repair and maintenance where sometimes paint dries too quickly thus not giving proper shine and will have to be “touched” again.

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Data?1494421730 rohit awasthi answered about 3 years ago

HIi Uma Scrap Scrap may be defined as “the incidental residue from certain types of manufacture usually of small amount and low value, recoverable without further processing.” For example, outlined metal from turnings, borings, saw dust, short lengths from wood work operations and iron dust from machines and foundry works, etc For controlling or minimising scrap, proper standards for scrap should be fixed in advance of actual operations and records in the form of Scrap Reports should be prepared and preserved for future references Scrap can be of three types (a) Pre-determined or Anticipated Scrap is fixed in advance at the time of anticipation of costs. (b) Administrative Scrap occurs due to obsolete design of a product. (c) Defective Scrap takes place due to basic defects in raw materials, production processes and other discrepancies leading to unsaleable products. Defectives ‘Defectives’ signify units or portion of production which can be rectified and turned out as good units by the application of additional materials, labour or other services. Defectives arise due to sub-standard materials, inadequate equipment, inefficient supervision, defective planning and poor workmanship, etc. Usually, it is possible to avoid defects in the units produced but to some extent defectives may be unavoidable. The basic difference between ‘defectives’ and ‘spoilages’ is that the former can be sold after rectifying them whereas the latter has got to be rejected or sold as sub-standard or rejected articles. A “Defective Work Report” is prepared by the inspector specifying information pertaining to defective units, normal defectives, abnormal defectives, and cost of rectification, disposal value of defectives and reasons and actions suggested.

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Open uri20170510 32134 tcchcu?1494421832 Jitendra Suthar answered about 3 years ago

Hiiiii friend,,,,, Difference b/w Scrap and Defective **Scrap** Scrap is discarded material having some values. It represents fragments or remnants of material that are left from certain type of manufacture. It is a material loss but has small value without further processing. Examples of scrap are available in operations like turning, boring, punching, sawing, shavings, moulding, etc. from metals on which machine operations are carried out; saw dust and trimmings in the timber industry; dead heads and bottom ends in foundries; and cuttings, pieces and splits in leather industry. Such scrap can be solid because it can be used by other industries by melting in furnaces. Scrap is always physically available unlike waste which may or may not be physically present in the form of a residue. Thus scrap is always visible whereas waste may or may not be visible. Further, waste may not have any value whereas scrap must necessarily have a value. **Defective** Defective products or units are those which do not meet with dimensional or quality standards and are reworked for rectification of defects by application of material, labour and/or processing and salvaged to the point of either standard product or sub¬standard product to be sold as seconds. Therefore, defectives are that portion which can be rectified at some extra cost of re-operation. Regards,

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Open uri20170510 32134 1nqu8aj?1494421649 sowmya answered about 3 years ago

Hii Uma, Difference between scrap and defective Scrap: This is a loss connected with the output. Most of the time at the end of production/conversion process such outputs are generated that were not intended but cannot be eliminated due the nature of material or process itself. Usually they are of no to insignificant value as compared to the main product that was intended. We usually know them with the term by-products. This is considered as loss as not all of the raw material is converted into intended product. For example in furniture manufacturing chippings of wood and sawdust is a common example. Another very known example is of gold dust in jewellery and gold industry. Defective: This is another type of loss connected with the output but it can be in the input as well. This is close to waste but with the difference that it is such output which does not qualify all the quality standards due to some problem but that problem CAN be fixed by further processing or reprocessing and it is also feasible to do so. This is considered as loss as more then normal effort will be required to bring the goods into saleable condition.

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