Scraped surface heat exchanger Votator® LD

scraped surface heat exchanger
scraped surface heat exchanger
scraped surface heat exchanger
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scraped surface
Other characteristics
sanitary, small

2,200 W, 3,000 W, 3,700 W, 4,000 W
(7,506.71 BTU/h, 10,236.42 BTU/h, 12,624.92 BTU/h, 13,648.56 BTU/h)

Operating pressure

20 bar, 25 bar
(290.08 psi, 362.59 psi)


Heat Exchangers / Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers Multi-flexible configuration for robust and efficient heat transfer. FEATURES Based on a multi-flexible platform, the Votator® LD scraped surface heat exchanger is designed to operate under harsh conditions where other heat exchanger technologies can fail or cannot sustain operational efficiency over a longer period. Designed to meet 3-A sanitary requirements the Votator® LD is used to heat or cool medium and high viscous products with or without particles, the Votator® LD scraped surface heat exchanger comes in two basic configurations: Horizontal Rigid stainless steel frame Easily extendable up to 6 cylinders Vertical Rotatable cylinder for easy maintenance Low space requirements Field of application Heating Cooling Crystallization Pasteurization Sterilization Twelve good reasons to buy the Votator® LD scraped surface heat exchanger: Customization, multiple options Easily extendable Vertical & horizontal configurations Short CIP/SIP time Easy maintenance Aseptic production option Small footprint Low downtime Fast delivery and installation Use of widely available SPX FLOW standard parts Support by skilled and experienced engineers On site SPX FLOW representatives


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