Evaporating at low temperatures
In this technique, the liquid is placed under a vacuum. This lowers the boiling point and the liquid starts to evaporate at low temperatures of about 40 degrees Celsius. The Strocon evaporator is designed to be able to evaporate high concentrations.
Energy-efficient upgrading of residual flows
By using energy-saving techniques, only a small amount of energy is required. Under normal circumstances 700 Wh/l is required for the evaporation of water, with the Strocon vacuum evaporator a maximum of 250 Wh/l is required.
The vapor produced from the boilers is condensed into distillate in the condenser. Energy is recovered when the vapor produced is condensed. This energy is upgraded via a heat pump, so that moisture can be evaporated with very low energy consumption.