Climbing Film Evaporator Plant with 7” Touch LCD and DAQ Software (SMT-CP-105)

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Specifications:
Complete stand-alone unit to demonstrate and measurement of Climbing Film Evaporation
Process.
Touch LCD 7’’ with GUI Interface for better monitoring and accurate measurement of Plant
variables.
DAQ Software for PC Connect and Data measurement and Calculations.
Rising film evaporator for increasing the concentration of temperature-sensitive solutions
Stainless steel steam-heated single pipe evaporator
Control valve for adjustment of steam pressure via PID controller
Water jet pump and vacuum controller to reduce the evaporation temperature
Separation of concentrated solution and evaporated solvent using glass cyclone
Glass condenser for condensation of removed solvent vapour
Stainless steel feed tank
Glass tanks for concentrate and condensate
Measurement of flow rate, pressure and temperature
Steam supply from laboratory network or from Boiler.
Digital Instrumentation for accurate measurement.
Technical Specifications:

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Description

Evaporators are used in process engineering and food technology for increasing the
concentration of solutions. Part of the solvent is removed by evaporation, which means that
the solution retains a higher concentration of dissolved solids. Film evaporators are used in
particular for temperature-sensitive solutions such as milk.
The SMT-CP-105 allows the operating behaviour of a rising film evaporator to be
investigated. The untreated solution is fed from the feed tank below into the evaporator. The
evaporator is a double pipe heat exchanger that is heated by steam. The steam pressure on
the casing side is adjusted with a PID controller. A cyclone is installed after the evaporator
to separate the evaporated solvent and the concentrated solution. The solvent vapour removed
is condensed in a water-cooled condenser and collected in a tank. The concentrated solution
can also be collected in a tank or fed back into the evaporator for the concentration to be
increased further.