Scenes from the installation of a CALORIS FLEXMODE® Evaporator for a dairy application at a customer site with low building height. The evaporator is 3-effect and direct steam heated.
If your falling film evaporator experiences regular tube fouling to the point where manual cleaning is necessary, the cause can be identified and eliminated.
Dryer feed solids may hold the key to eliminating problems with efficiency and capacity in food and dairy spray dryers.
TVR replacements may make sense in many facilities, especially those seeing lower efficiency or those whose production processes have changed over time.
Leaky vacuum vessels can be diagnosed to restore capacity, eliminate thermal damage to product and improve CIP performance.
Reducing caustic consumption in dairy plants can show attractive ROI resulting from a reduction of caustic purchases and a corresponding reduction in waste treatment costs by keeping solids from going down the drain.
Producing Lactose or Milk/Whey Permeate Powder? Make Sure You Are Processing Under the Right Conditions
Frequently lactose crystallizers are not operating at optimum conditions for the downstream process.
How healthy is your evaporator calandria? Cracks and other defects can lead to inefficiency on your production line. Left unaddressed, some problems can cause a complete shutdown.
Every hour of CIP time is at the expense of production time. Full automation, and in many cases, system re-configuration can capture valuable production time.
The vacuum pump is the heart of most evaporator systems. Inefficient vacuum pumps result in excessive power and cooling water consumption.