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Used to remove water from liquid food products typically prior to spray drying. A maximum milk feed capacity of 150 litres/hour with good turndown. Preheat options. Three thermally independant stages in four passes. Simulate Mechanical Vapour Recompression (MVR), Thermal Vapour Recompression (TVR), or MVR TVR.
This plate/immersion freezer has a plate surface area of 0.4m2, a maximum pressure of 100 bar, maximum temperature of -15 °C, and a minimum temperature of -40 °C.
This high pressure processor is suitable for small-scale, research and development projects. Pressures of up to 7000 Bar, and temperatures of up to 90C can be exerted on packaged food products to increase their shelf-life, as an alternative to other sterilization processes such as retort, ultra-high temperature (UHT) and pasteurization. The chamber capacity is approximately 2000 cubic centimeters. Both liquid and solid foods may be processed. Packaging must be able to deform by at least 15 percent to be suitable for processing.
This ultrafiltration unit has a membrane area of approximately 5m², and a flow rate up to 400 litres per day depending on product.
This ultrafiltration unit has spiral wound membranes, a single stage, a membrane area of 0.28 m2, a capability of 5000 to 250,000 MWCO, an inlet pressure of 240kPa, and an outlet pressure of 160kPa.
This colloid mill uses carborundum stones, that have a diameter of 75 mm, to exert high hydraulic shear forces on solids suspended in a liquid, thereby breaking-down the solid particles. The suspended solids can be decreased to a diameter of between 0.075 and 2.0 mm. This process may be useful for increasing the stability of suspensions and emulsions, or to prepare food suspensions for homogenisation and spray drying.