Caloris Engineering, LLC, Reveals New Products, New Branding

EASTON, Md.—Caloris Engineering, LLC, has launched a suite of new products to benefit a variety of industries, and a new branding campaign that better reflects the company’s expertise in thermal process engineering.

Evaporation, the separation of water from aqueous solutions and suspensions, is at the heart of Caloris technology. The company’s new orange and blue logo represents the use of heat in a tubular heat exchanger to “free the water.” Learn more by visiting the new Caloris web site.

Caloris evaporation equipment and systems helps companies in the dairy, juice, and other industries create the best possible products. In addition, Caloris technologies can help companies in a variety of industries to process their high strength wastewater, conserve energy and reduce their carbon footprints.

Caloris is releasing a suite of new compact evaporators that can go anywhere and solve a variety of water-related issues:

CALORIS CUBIX™ Evaporators: Even the largest models of the CALORIS CUBIX™ Evaporator line fit under a 10-foot ceiling while delivering powerful evaporation capability that can help companies concentrate products more efficiently than traditional evaporators.

CALORIS CONCENTRIX™ MVR Evaporators: The CALORIS CONCENTRIX™ MVR Evaporator line delivers the highest available energy and operational efficiencies in a compact evaporator design, with models evaporating up to 12,000 gallons of water per hour at an efficiency of up to 20 gallons per kilowatt.

CALORIS FLEXMODE™ Evaporators: The steam-heated CALORIS FLEXMODE™ Evaporators can be configured for many different product requirements, capacities, steam efficiencies and costs. In fact, FlexMode systems—while intelligently pre-engineered—are specifically designed to be easily customized.

CALORIS AGILIX™ Mobile Evaporator: The CALORIS AGILIX™ Mobile Evaporator deals with wastewater wherever it may be. The Agilix transports on an integrated flatbed trailer to almost any remote location. Deploy it for weeks or months at one site—then move it to the next location. It’s the first truly effective solution for dealing with wastewater at remote sites.

In addition to these new products, Caloris continues to develop custom evaporators of any size to meet customer specifications. Caloris also offers consulting and engineering services to help customers efficiently operate existing evaporators of any brand.

“For years, we have built the best custom evaporator systems for the dairy and juice industries, and we will continue to do so,” said Caloris President Artur Zimmer. “Now, our new compact line of evaporators can be applied to an almost unlimited set of industrial challenges.”

Caloris was established in 2006 by Art Zimmer, Barry McFarland and Dan Neth, who have a long history of working with the nation’s leading evaporator and dryer companies. The company of 20 predominantly engineering personnel is located in Easton, Md.

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About Caloris

Caloris transforms process systems design for the better with unexpected, future-focused solutions that solve real operational problems. We engineer efficient, dependable and productive solutions that also improve environmental sustainability where practical. Designed with the end user in mind to drive plant productivity. Caloris offers evaporation, membrane filtration and spray drying process systems for food and dairy industries, as well as for water reuse and wastewater treatment applications. Both Caloris’ custom and pre-engineered packaged systems are designed to meet our customers’ specific concentration/purification needs utilizing the most cost effective and energy efficient technologies available. Whether concentrating dairy, food or juice products at a high-volume production facility, or processing industrial wastewaters to reduce transportation and treatment costs and recover re-usable water, Caloris provides a range of options and technologies.