Within the food industry, the production and refining of sugar requires the use of gaskets housed in plate heat exchangers in order to be able to adequately and continuously transfer heat to the sugar and in the different juice flows that are produced as a result of the first juice and molasses in the treatment of syrups at high temperatures.
The frames of our sanitary plate heat exchangers are either solid stainless steel or clad with SS 304 or SS316L sheet. The frames can be designed with intermediate frames dividing the plate heat exchanger into various sections where preheating, pasteurization and cooling. can take place. The frames are designed for easy cleaning and maintenance. Plate Heat Exchanger Applications WCRJuice Pasteurization. Milk Reception. Wort Cooling. Water Heating. Nectar Pasteurization. Cultured Milk Treatment (Ice Cream or Cheese Treatment) Beer Cooling. Sugar Dissolving. Pasteurization
The SUS304 plate heat exchanger is the core component of the plate pasteurizer, which is used widely in the food and beverage industry, which can cool or heat milk and dairy, juice and beverage, hot water, syrup, beer, liquid eggs, fruit and vegetable sauce through cooling or heating medium. it is composed of a group of corrugated metal plates, which assembled between a fixed frame board and a Spare Parts of Plate Heat Exchangers Microfluid Process Spare parts for Plate Heat Exchanger for industrial application Microfluid process equipment supply spare parts for gasketed plate heat exchanger. The plate heat exchanger is used for different applications like milk pasteurization and cooling, ice-cream mix, pulp & paper, juice
High heat transfer coefficiency -- corrugated stainless steel plate and counter flow style. Maximum heat transfer coefficient:7000W/m2K. CUSTOM-MADE. Wide selection of materials -- plates (SS304, SS316L, SMO254,Ti,Ni,Hastelloy), gaskets (NBR, EPDM, HNBR, Fluororubber) Multi-media available -- water to water (fluid to fluid), steam to water (gas to fluid)
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