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CE 715: Rising Film Evaporation

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Rising Film Evaporation

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Technical 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 CE 715 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.
The two tanks, the cyclone and the condenser are made of glass for better observation. The system can also be operated under a vacuum to reduce the boiling point of the solvent. The evaporation pressure, heating steam pressure, relevant temperatures and flow rates are recorded to allow evaluation and monitoring of the process.
To clean the system while installed, a pump and cleaning nozzles are fitted in the condensate and concentrate tanks.
Common salt and water are the recommended cleaning materials

Learning Objectives / Experiments
- Functional principle of film evaporation for increasing the concentration of temperature-sensitive solutions
- Investigation of the variables influencing the solid concentration in the solution
- Influence of vacuum, pressure and feed flow rate on the separating process
- Influence of flow rate and pressure of the heating steam on the separating process
- Investigation of the variables influencing the energy efficiency of the process
- Energy balances at heat exchangers
- System cleaning while installed

Features
* Rising film evaporator for increasing the concentration of  temperature-sensitive solutions
* Hygienic operation due to carefully selected materials such as stainless steel and glass
* Cleaning possible while installed
* Comprehensive and well-structured instructional material
Specification
[1] Rising film evaporator for increasing the concentration of temperature-sensitive solutions
[2] Stainless steel steam-heated single pipe evaporator
[3] Control valve for adjustment of steam pressure via PID controller
[4] Vacuum pump and precision vacuum controller to reduce the evaporation temperature
[5] Separation of concentrated solution and evaporated solvent using glass cyclone
[6] Glass condenser for condensation of removed solvent vapour
[7] Stainless steel feed tank
[8] Glass tanks for concentrate and removed solvent
[9] Instrumentation for all relevant measured data
[10] Supply: fresh water for condenser and condensate cooler, steam from laboratory network or CE 715.01

Technical Data
Rising film evaporator:
- evaporator surface area: 0.08m2
- length: approx. 1.2m
- permissible pressure, vapour side: -1...2bar
- permissible pressure, solution side: -1...0.1bar
Control valve: kvs value: 0.4m3/h
Vacuum pump:
- final vacuum: approx. 100mbar
- intake volume at 50Hz: 90L/min
Vacuum controller: -100...-1.3kPa
Condenser for solvent vapour:
- heat exchange surface area: 0.2m2
Tanks:
- feed: approx. 30L
- concentrate, condensed solvent: approx. 10L each
Measuring ranges:
- temperature: 7 x 0...150°C
- pressure: -1...1bar; 0...4bar (abs); 0...10bar
- flow rate: 2...36L/h; 0...1000L/h

Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h : approx. 1300 x 750 x 2640 mm
Weight : approx. 250 kg

Connections
230V, 50Hz, 1 phase
Cooling water: 200...300L/h
Compressed air (control valve): 3...4bar, max. 300L/h
Heating steam: max. 2bar, 4...6kg/h

Scope of Delivery
1 rising film evaporator, complete experimental system
1 set of instructional material

Order Details
083.71500  CE 715  Rising Film Evaporation

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