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Heat exchangers for demanding hygienic applications

By Chemical Engineering |

Alfa Laval

Alfa Laval



With a design pressure of up to 21 bars (305 psi), the FrontLine gasketed plate heat exchanger (photo) allows a flexible design with plates tailor-made for demanding hygienic applications. The plate pattern, the channel depth and the overall dimensions are designed for gentle, uniform heat transfer for sensitive dairy, food, beverage and personal-care products. The FrontLine can be configured with different sections, using plate and gaskets in different materials with several types of connections making the final unit suited to users’ specific processing tasks. A unique herringbone plate pattern with optimized pressing depth and plate material provides gentle, uniform heat transfer of sensitive hygienic products. FrontLine is also designed with a wide stream plate for product containing particles or fibers, such as fruit juices. — Alfa Laval Lund AB, Lund, Sweden


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