Set new benchmark with revolutionary,
Prevents fouling and frequent cleaning, saves huge maintenance cost and increases plant uptime
Self-cleaning technology increases efficiency and reliability of evaporators by significantly eliminating fouling. Developed by the Netherlands based Klaren International BV, the technology is now available in India through its local partner Shachi Engineering. The technology eliminates fouling and helps process plants to save on cleaning costs and also the downtime required for cleaning and maintenance.
Better energy performance
Because tubes remain clean and the heat transfer is constant
Because equipment does not have to be taken out of production for cleaning, capacity remains constant, and in some cases the production yield can be increased
Because chemicals are not required as online additives or needed for cleaning purposes and there are no hazardous waste streams from cleaning
Because of constant heat transfer no over dimensioning is required
Webinar (Recording) Self-cleaning Heat Exchanger Technology
In this webinar the Self-cleaning Heat Exchanger Technology is explained.
The following topics are addressed:
- Operating principles
- New versus Revamp
Significant Energy Savings with Mechanical Vapor Recompression
With the additional use of mechanical vapor recompression, 41% of the primary energy used in self-cleaning process can be saved. In this process, the vapor coming from the evaporator is compressed to increase its pressure and temperature, and can be used in the shell side of the heat exchanger where it condenses. Thus, the energy used in evaporating the latent heat is recovered and the dependence on primary energy is significantly reduced.
- Effluent Treatment
- Oil & Gas