Batch Ticket. A manufacturing concept.

Batch tickets are used in process manufacturing. They are recipes for making your finished goods or intermediates.

A batch ticket usually includes a list of raw materials and/or intermediates usually listed either by weight or volume and including manufacturing instructions. Batch Tickets may also include other information such as QC specifications and filling instructions.

A batch ticket is almost the same as your formula, the primary difference being that the batch ticket includes instructions for making a given quantity of product, whereas a formula typically uses ratios to create any amount of product. Though in some cases a specific formula may create an exact amount of product.

In some cases a bill of materials may be used instead of a batch ticket, although they are very nearly the same thing. Batch Tickets are types of bill of materials' more suited to process manufacturing.

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