If you have questions about evaporators, Caloris has the answers.
Caloris web site visitors click on the following posts about evaporators again and again. If you have a burning (steaming?) question about evaporators that isn’t answered below, contact us today!
About Evaporators: The What and the How
There are several different types of evaporators and we catalogued them in this blog post. It’s important to select the right type of evaporator based on your product, power supply, and goals. Our engineers will walk you through the process for selecting the perfect evaporator for your production process.
There are many steps to this selection process and we detail them here. Site visits, detailed discussions, pre-engineering, materials of construction, design work and more are all important aspects of the process.
About Evaporators: Troubleshooting and Maintenance
If you have an existing evaporator, you may have questions about operating the unit at peak efficiency. We’ve got a checklist for occasions when your evaporator isn’t performing to spec. Learn more here.
There are common issues that can crop up in your evaporator over time. One of the most common evaporator problems is vacuum leaks. We have thorough blog posts (here and here) and a companion archived webinar on this topic. While these resources may be of help, we also have a team poised to assist if you need to address vacuum leaks. Contact us to learn more.
Falling film evaporators may experience tube fouling and Caloris has a process for determining the root cause. Contact us to schedule an evaporator assessment. Caloris also offers a specialty eddy current test, which provides a detailed analysis, reaching places you can’t visually inspect. Learn more here.
White Paper: “MVR Evaporator Upgrades: High-Speed Compressor & Turbofan Replacements for Improved Reliability and Performance”
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