Vacuum evaporation

Evaporation, a natural process, is harnessed industrially to separate water from high-boiling pollutants like oils, salts, and metals.

Operating under vacuum conditions is preferred due to the lower pressure, which reduces the boiling temperature of water, resulting in significant energy savings compared to atmospheric pressure evaporation.

In the evaporator, the liquid undergoes evaporation and condensation, leading to the production of a purified, reusable stream called “distillate,” typically comprising 95-98% of the total volume, and a minimal waste fraction known as “concentrate.”

Operational parameters such as temperature, pressure, heat exchange methods, and energy input vary based on the type of vacuum concentrator employed.

Our certified evaporators and high-quality materials ensure superior results, guaranteeing efficiency and reliability in wastewater treatment processes.

Our products and our raw materials are certified and guarantee high-quality results.