Easton, Md.—Caloris Engineering invites processors in the food, beverage and dairy industries to explore a number of solutions available for processing a variety of food products and treatment of industrial wastewater streams at the upcoming ProFood Tech show in Chicago, April 4-6. Caloris will be located in Booth 2849 in the Dairy Pavilion.
Founded in 2006 by a team of uniquely qualified individuals who have been actively involved in the evaporation and drying fields for several decades, Caloris Engineering, LLC, has become the nation’s leader in evaporation and other thermal processing technologies. Today Caloris expands its substantial evaporation experience to include the design of membrane filtration and spray drying process systems for food and dairy industries, as well as for water reuse and wastewater treatment applications.
Throughout the ProFood Tech show, Caloris will have experts available with years of experience in the design and execution of evaporators, membrane filtration, and drying units. Food, dairy and beverage processors can stop by the booth anytime or set up an appointment beforehand by sending email to email@example.com.
Caloris engineers will be on hand to discuss a number of innovative technologies:
CALORIS AGILIX™ Mobile Evaporator: The patented 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.
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 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 DRYING Systems: Caloris offers expertise in spray drying, thin-film drying and the optimization of existing dryers. Whether taking milk to dry powder of concentrating wastewater to solids for easier disposal, Caloris dryers can tackle a wide range of processing needs.
CALORIS DFC® (Dryer Feed Conditioner) Evaporators: Installing a CALORIS DFC® in front of your spray dryer increases feed solids to the dryer, and maintains solids at desired maximum level for a full production day, maximizing your dryer’s powder production capacity.
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 MEMBRANE Systems: Caloris’ membrane filtration units arrive at your facility pre-assembled and ready to plug in to your process system and can be used in a variety of water treatment processes. These units are highly customizable to meet the needs of your facility.
In addition to the above products, Caloris also offers the design of custom evaporation units, service, training and consulting for processing equipment across the food, beverage and dairy industries. Stop by ProFood Tech Booth 2849 to learn more.
Caloris also will be exhibiting at the upcoming Wisconsin Cheese Industry Conference in Madison, Wisc., April 12-13, and at the 2017 American Dairy Products Institute Annual Conference, April 23-25, in Chicago.
About Caloris Engineering, LLC
Caloris Engineering is a process technology company that engineers and builds thermal and membrane processing systems to treat industrial wastewater, including Caloris Thin Film Dryers (TFDs) that convert brines into powders. Caloris equipment also supports companies in the juice, dairy and other food industries to create the best achievable concentrates and a wide spectrum of powders produced on Caloris Compact Multiple Stage (CMS) dryers. Caloris technologies are consistently energy efficient for lower costs and reduced carbon footprints. Learn more at https://www.caloris.com