Falling Film Evaporator
A Falling film evaporator is an industrial device to concentrate solutions, especially with heat sensitive components. The evaporator is a special type of heat exchanger. In the Falling film evaporator the liquid film falls by gravity in the vertical evaporation surface that is inside the tube or plate, while the heat is transferred through the walls by the condensing steam. It is used for the concentration of yeast extract, manufacturing of gelatin, extracts of tea and coffee. it is used to separate volatile and non volatile materials when the feed is low viscosity. We are manufacturer of Falling Film Evaporator for Herbal Extraction Plant, Solvent Extraction Plant and Phytochemical Plant.
Able Engineering‘s Falling film evaporators treat your temperature-sensitive products in a gentle way: The use of vacuum and the short residence time along the heated surface are two essential parameters in preventing secondary reactions and preserving organoleptic properties. Able Engineering’s Falling Film Evaporator is specifically suited to process your products with a low viscosity and a low tendency for fouling. It consists of a tube bundle crowned by a proprietary liquid distribution device that ensures an efficient and uniform distribution of the liquid to all the tubes. Your product flows as a continuous film along the tube length, driven by gravity.
What is a Falling Film Evaporator : A falling film evaporator is an industrial device to concentrate solutions, especially with heat sensitive components. The evaporator is a special type of heat exchanger.
Multi Effect Falling Film Evaporator Main features
- High heat transfer coefficients
- Short residence time on the heated tube surface
- Low pressure drop
- Suitable for operation under deep vacuum
- High evaporation ratios
- Low susceptibility for fouling
- Suitable for GMP applications
- Sizes from 0.3 to 4800 m2
- Single pass or with recirculation
- Process vapors and liquid flow co-currently or counter-currently
- Herbal Extracts
- Milk & Dairy Plant
- Black Liquor in Paper & Pulp
- Ammonium Nitrate
- Sugar Syrups