n order to find the best solution for your processing or wastewater treatment needs, Caloris can test a sample of your product or waste stream on a variety of pilot evaporation or drying units.
his testing provides our engineers the information they need to select the best system design and configuration to deliver optimal product quality, water purity and energy efficiency for your plant.
ere is an overview of our available units for testing:
Our Pilot Evaporators
aloris has several different pilot evaporators for testing purposes:
- Benchtop evaporator—Single stage, direct steam-heated, forced-circulation evaporator capable of ~15 lb/hr water evaporation
- CF evaporator—Direct steam-heated option offering 200 lb/hr of water evaporation capacity
- Cubix 15 evaporator—Fully functional compact unit, which concentrates liquids to a high level of total solids; operating with an electrically powered compressor
- Rotovap—Tabletop evaporator available for small-batch testing of samples
Caloris Thin Film Dryer
nterested in taking your product to a powder? The Caloris Thin Film Dryer is available for performing tests both on-site at your plant or in our Cambridge, Md., test facility.
What Can Testing Tell Us?
unning samples on our pilot equipment can reveal many characteristics of your product feed that will help us determine the best equipment with which to process your feed stream. Viscosity rates, suspended solids and a slew of other factors can affect the efficiency and ultimate capabilities of different processing technologies. Running your sample on a pilot unit can ensure the optimum configuration is developed for your process.
On-Site Testing Available
ll of our pilot units are available to be shipped to your plant for on-site testing. Your plant personnel can stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our engineers to see the results first-hand.
Or… Send Us a Sample Today!
imply call our main office at 410-822-6900 or send an email to email@example.com to set up shipment of a sample and to arrange a test on one of our pilot units. We can accept any size sample from a one-liter bottle to 55-gallon drums and totes at our dedicated testing facility in Cambridge, Md. Our engineers will work with you to determine the appropriate size sample to send. Customers are welcome to attend tests at our Cambridge location as well.