HEAT PUMP
VACUUM EVAPORATORS

 

The product to be distilled is sucked into the evaporator exploiting the depression inside the boiler, generated by the vacuum circuit. The cooling cycle, equipped with a heating pump, is able both to get heat the liquid in treatment and to cool the vapours produced in the boiling phase.

Strong point of this technology is the low running cost of its application. The vacuum distillation, combined with heating pump, allows us to separate the water from the polluted products at a low consumption of electricity.


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EVAPORATORS
WITH INTERNAL EXCHANGER

 

 

- low energy consumption

- good concentration of the process residue

- limited dimensions

 

 

IMMERSED COIL EVAPORATOR  (HP-S)

- for not encrusting products

- for emulsions of water and oil with concentrations lower than 20%

- typical application in diecasting and industrial degreasing

 

EVAPORATOR WITH SCRAPER (HP-R)


- versatile plant for almost any kind of product

- the scraper supports the thermal exchange and the concentration of the residue, avoiding encrustation on the heating surface

 

 

FORCED CIRCULATION EVAPORATORS
WITH EXTERNAL EXCHANGERS

 

- big hourly production

- low sensitivity to foam formation

- limited dimensions

 

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They are utilised for big daily quantities and they are suitable for :

- concentrations till 20% of suspended solids

- concentrations till 1,25 kg/litre of density

For a higher concentration, they can be combined with an auxiliary plant, after the treatment, equipped with an inner scraper


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