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 Efficient technologies for the chemicals industry  

Heating: Evaporation, Dehydration, Pasteurization and Sterilization

Our recommendations


Induction

Benefits

  • +Extremely precise, highly localized temperature for heating liquids and certain solids

Electric resistance

Benefits

  • +Heating system that's economical to buy and operate
  • +No combustion gases
  • +Easy to use
  • +More precise than conventional heating systems

Current-conducting tube

Benefits

  • +Suitable for heating pumpable fluids
  • +Precise temperature control
  • +High energy efficiency
  • +Compact equipment

Microwave

Benefits

  • +Inertia-free through-heating system for even heating of products in aqueous form or with high moisture content
  • +Little heat absorbed by ambient air

Infrared (IR)

Benefits

  • +Suitable for dehydration applications (heating of surfaces or thin layers)
  • +High speed; very good energy efficiency rating
  • +Suitable for controlled-atmosphere treatment
  • +Can be used for focalized heating
  • +Easily adapted to work with existing equipment

Ultraviolets (UV)

Benefits

  • +Suitable for sterilization or surface treatment applications, or for treating thin materials
  • +Low specific consumption
  • +High processing speed
  • +Easily adapted to work with existing equipment

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