The evaporation process can occur under vacuum, atmospheric pressure, or positive pressure, and it is designed based on the product's characteristics (viscosity, boiling point, etc.) to determine the most suitable process method for the operation.

The liquid to be evaporated is heated through a heat exchanger, raising its temperature to the boiling point depending on the selected evaporation process type, and evaporation takes place from the evaporation surface created on the separator.

There are various types of evaporators, but the most common ones in the chemical industry include:

  • Falling Evaporation
  • Forced Circulation Evaporation
  • Multiple Effect Evaporation
  • TVR (Thermo Vapor Recompression) Evaporation
  • MVR (Mechanical Vapor Recompression) Evaporation



Falling Film Evaporation

In Falling Film type evaporators, a very short residence time occurs in the evaporator.


Forced Type Evaporation

In Forced Type Evaporators liquid is circulated through the tubes at high pressure and high circulation rate by a circulation pump. High recirculation rates allow high fluid velocities along the tubes, which helps t...


Multi-Effect Evaporation

Multi-Effective Evaporation technology is preferred due to its energy efficiency. The process is designed so that there is a pressure gradient across the entire evaporation system to allow the energy in the system t...


TVR Evaporation

TVR (Thermal Vapor Recompression) technology provides energy savings in the use of live steam in evaporation processes.


MVR Evaporation

Mechanical Vapor recompression (MVR) evaporation technology is one of the most preferred evaporator systems for efficient heat transfer and energy use.


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