The Lab Evaporator set-up pilot plant facility is a versatile and compact solution for conducting distillation trials on various heat-sensitive products. The set-up consists of an SPDU (Short Path Distillation Unit) with a surface area of 0.02 m2, a cold trap, a feeding arrangement, and glass receivers for the distillate and concentrate. It occupies minimal space, making it suitable for use in a variety of settings
The pilot plant is capable of processing a feed rate of 1-2 liters per hour, and it can be heated by either thermic fluid or steam up to 300°C. Additionally, it can achieve pressures as low as 0.001 mbar, which is ideal for working with heat-sensitive products. The low residence time and single-pass distillation design of the SPDU ensure efficient and effective distillation.
One of the main advantages of taking a trial of our pilot plant is the ability to test and optimize the distillation process for a specific product before committing to a large-scale installation. This can save time and money by identifying potential issues early on and making necessary adjustments before scaling up.
To take advantage of the Lab Evaporator set-up pilot plant, you can hire the set-up on a rental basis. This allows you to test the pilot plant at your own facility and get hands-on experience with the equipment. This gives you an opportunity to understand the technology and process before making a decision to buy.
In terms of installation, the Lab Evaporator set-up pilot plant is easy to install, commission and operate. The equipment is fully tested before delivery, and our engineers will be available to provide installation, commissioning, and training support as required.
The filters are available in various sizes (with filtering surface areas from 20 to 170 m2) and they can be customized to suit the needs of a particular client.
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The basic equipment required for beer brewing includes: a mash tun, a lauter tun, a boil kettle, a whirlpool, a heat exchanger, a fermenter, and a bright tank.
The brewing process can affect the design of the equipment in several ways, such as the size and shape of the tanks, the type of agitation system used, the material of construction, and the type of insulation used.
Yes, the equipment can be customized to meet the specific needs of a brewery. This includes customizing the size and shape of the tanks, the type of agitation system used, the material of construction, and the type of insulation used.
Common materials used in the construction of brewing equipment include stainless steel, aluminum, and copper. Stainless steel is the most commonly used material due to its durability, corrosion resistance, and ease of cleaning.
The brewing process can be automated through the use of control systems and automation technology. This includes using sensors to monitor and control temperature, flow, and pressure, as well as using automation software to control the timing and sequence of the brewing process.
The equipment can be cleaned and sanitized through the use of cleaning and sanitizing chemicals and high-pressure hot water. This can be done manually or through the use of automated cleaning systems.
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