Our FLFA plate evaporators are designed to handle advanced evaporation tasks. Use a semi-welded or full gasket seal design. The plates are designed to ensure both levels of turbulence while providing a uniform media distribution for good performance and product quality.
FLFA plate evaporator
Our traditional, semi-welded, brazed plate heat exchangers are ideal for standard evaporation tasks.
However, certain applications have proven to be unsuitable for conventional heat exchanger types. To ensure product quality, we have designed a special plate evaporator to meet the challenges of advanced evaporation applications.
What does this mean for you?
We are committed to ensuring the quality of your products is reliable. Our evaporator plates are manufactured for applications involving temperature sensitive or precision media and perform well in multi-stage evaporation of highly concentrated products.
Our FLFA riser plate evaporators, even when they are highly viscous, treat the media gently and provide uniform evaporation to enhance the quality of the concentrate.
Experience the benefits of our optimized I/O design, which eliminates stagnant areas and distributes evenly throughout the heat transfer area for perfect evaporation.
Our special evaporator plates use a free-flowing mode to create the ideal turbulent flow and greatly reduce the risk of dirt. By doing so, we extend the gap between cleaning and maximizing the uptime of the installation.
Perfect evaporation condition
Our evaporators are small in size, shortening the residence time and providing suitable evaporation conditions for temperature sensitive products.
The use of a small footprint allows for quick start-up and shutdown with minimal waste, which increases the overall flexibility of the system and process.
Features and benefits
The special plate set design has an oversized steam inlet connection. When a multi-stage evaporator is used, steam consumption can be reduced because the product vapor will act as a heating medium.
The flexible design makes it easy to increase capacity by adding additional board sets or reducing it to save energy. Lower residence times ensure good evaporation conditions and excellent product quality.
High performance, even with small temperature differences between media, is especially important for mechanical vapor recompression (MVR) and hot steam recompression (TVR).