If you are in the market for a dairy evaporator, start by answering the following questions:
- What and how much will you be feeding into the evaporator (type of milk or other dairy product, volume over time)?
- What is your desired evaporation outcome (condensed milk, feed for a dryer to produce milk protein concentrates or other powder product)?
- How much space do you have to accommodate the equipment?
- What type of power source(s) do you have available?
- Are you able to reuse the clean water condensate from the evaporation process in your facility?
- What is your budget?
With the answers to these questions in hand, Caloris can help narrow down what type of dairy evaporator will work best for your situation.
Here are some of the products being processed on Caloris dairy evaporators:
- Skim milk
- Whole milk
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Whole whey (sweet and acid)
- Greek yogurt whey
- Whey protein concentrates
- Whey permeate
- Lactose Mother Liquor (DLP)
- Refined lactose
- Salt whey and salt brine
- Milk protein concentrates
- Veal feed formulae
- Rinse recovery streams in fluid milk plants
- Dairy wastewater
- Lactose processing
From its earliest days, Caloris has been providing cutting edge dairy evaporator solutions for some of the largest players in the dairy industry. In fact, Caloris solutions are recognized as the industry’s most advanced.
Caloris pre-engineered Compact Evaporators are increasingly being put to use to concentrate many dairy products. The CALORIS CONCENTRIX® MVR in particular represents a powerful, cost-effective tool for processing dairy products.
Ready to invest in a dairy evaporator? Call us at 410-822-6900 or send email to email@example.com to speak with one of our engineers. We may request to send a pilot evaporator unit to your location to conduct on-site testing. This will help determine exactly which evaporation technology will work best for your facility. Learn more about pilot testing.