Outstanding Opportunities For Heat Recovery, Even Cooling And Reduced Maintenance
Our Prime Surface Heat Exchangers and Plate Heat Exchangers have established long-standing reputations for energy-saving heat recovery, attractive frozen food display and low-maintenance CIP solution heating across the food & beverage segment.
Benefits are many:
- Outstanding heat recovery efficiency from moist exhaust gases
- Effective exhaust plume knock-out
- Good frying oil condensation and recovery
- Even refrigerating performance
- Excellent scaling resistance
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Heat Recovery From Frying Vats
The efficiency of stainless steel Tranter Prime Surface Heat Recovery Banks is responsible for recovering maximum exhaust heat from potato and corn chip frying vats, for use in heating incoming process water. The bank also condenses the entrained oil, which is recycled back to the frying vats.
Recovering Generated Heat And Knocking Out Plumes From Beer Brew Kettles
Thermally efficient Tranter Prime Surface Heat Recovery Banks recover most of the heat energy generated and vented from brew kettles during the brewing cycle. This recovered heat raises incoming plant water from 18°C to 68°C (65°F to 155°F), while eliminating the exhaust vapor plume from the kettles.
Cooling Panels Keep Frost Even And Appealing In Frozen Food Displays
Recess-mounted SNOPAN Prime Surface Heat Exchanger Panels are fabricated into frozen product display cases. They produce appetizing and appealing snow-white frost versus undesirable flake ice on items. Balanced-flow channels conduct the refrigerant for even frosting and maximum efficiency.
Compact Exchangers Heat CIP Solutions For Brewery
Eight stainless steel Tranter Plate Heat Exchangers are heating a caustic solution for cleaning in place (CIP) of process equipment at a Midlands UK brewery. They have been credited with occupying only a third of the space and improving uptime and maintenance efficiency over the units they replaced.
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Prime Surface Banks Control Coffee Bean Dehydration
In the first stage of a two-step, 12-hr process, a large cylindrical vessel with Tranter Prime Surface Heat Exchanger surfaces heats trays of coffee beans using high temperature glycol. In the second stage, vacuum extracts water vapor to a condensation vessel employing banked Tranter Prime Surface Plates using liquid ammonia. After the bank becomes filled with ice, hot ammonia gas is injected into the plates and the ice melts.