Vacuum Evaporators EVS.HP
from 3.000 to 20.000 l/day
Heat pump vacuum evaporator fit to concentrate water based solutions. High-efficiency immersed heat exchanger. Built-in upper condenser. Full automatic operation system by PLC display of main parameters by LCD screen.
Standard manufacturing AISI316 – special alloys on demand. Range from3.000 to 20.000 l/dayof evaporated water.
95% Waste Water Recycling (zerowaste).
Power supply by heat pump.
Immersed or Thoroidal Heat Exchanger
Incorporated superior section of condensation
Charge & discharge of product, distillate and concentrate: completely automatic.
Check by PLC Siemens S7-200 with OP7
Easy inspection of boiling chamber and exchangers by flanges.
Main frame and condensation area AISI 316 & 316L made.
Special alloys on demand.
Teleservice for remote control and service.
Wastewaters from pressure die-casting (release agents, glycols, lubricating oils).
Wastewaters from galvanization (Chromium, Nickel, Copper), exhausted baths, rinses, eluates.
Oily emulsions, wastewater from vibratory-finishing, exhausted baths.
Treatment of high foamy liquids
Treatment of all water-based solutionsower supply by heat pump
Wine producers-By removing the excess of water contained in grapes
Jewellers wastes from ultrasonic plants.
The system consists of a vacuum autoclave (residual pressure 6,5 kpa) divided in one boiling section (2) for the evaporation of the wastewater at low temperature (30°C), and one condensation section (5).
The heart of the plant is the circuit of the heat exchanger that consists of a compressor at electric injection (1). It compresses the freezing gas Freon at 60° in the immersed exchanger, causing the boiling and the evaporation of the water contained in the solution. Leaving the exchanger, the gas flows though the undercooler (3) and evaporates by an expansion valve (4) in the condensation exchanger (5). During the expansion process, the gas absorbs heat, permitting the condensation of the steam risen though the central chimney. A pump (7) extracts the condensate water. It accumulates into the tank of service (8).
A pump (9), once achieved the set condensation, without interruptions of work, automatically discharges the residual concentrates.