GEA Process Engineering Inc. Datasheets for Evaporators

Evaporators are systems consisting of a heat exchanger or bath, valves, manifolds and temperature controls for conversion of a product (e.g., liquefied gas) from a liquid to a gaseous state.
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Product Name Notes
Compact Evaporator Compact Evaporator Design Has Multiple Advantages GEA Process Engineering Inc.'s multi-purpose compact evaporators have numerous advantages that make them excellent choices for dairy, beverage, specialty food, and industrial fluid applications.
TVR & MVR Systems Thermal Vapor Recompression (TVR) In multiple-effect evaporators with TVR, the heating medium in the first calandria is the product vapor from one of the associated effects, compressed to a higher...
Falling Film Evaporators Falling film evaporators can be operated with very low temperature differences between the heating media and the boiling liquid, and they also have very short product contact times, typically just...
Forced Circulation Crystallizer Forced circulation crystallizers are of the (Mixed Suspension Mixed Product Removal) MSMPR type and operate either on controlled or "natural" slurry density depending upon process requirements and/or unit material balance.
Forced Circulation Evaporator Forced circulation evaporators are used if boiling of the product on the heating surfaces is to be avoided due to the fouling characteristics of the product, or to avoid crystallization.
Plate Evaporators Instead of tube and shell heat exchangers, framed plates can be used as an heating surface. These plate assemblies are similar to plate heat exchangers, but are equipped with large...
Rising Film Evaporators These operate on a "thermo-siphon" principle. Feed product (A) enters the bottom of the heating tubes and as it heats, steam begins to form. The ascending force of this steam...