Liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) is a widely used separation technique in the chemical and processing industry, food, pharmaceuticals, and oil and gas industries. The technique involves the transfer of a desired component from one liquid phase to another, immiscible liquid phase that has a greater affinity for the component. Economy Solutions offers a range of liquid-liquid extractors (LLEs) that consist of a shell with an eccentric agitator that creates a series of mixers and settlers, allowing for the transfer of desirable components from the liquid feed to an immiscible solvent.
Inline mixing and separators are essential for achieving the desired outcome in LLEs, and Economy Solutions has a variety of designs available to meet the specific needs of your process. The LLEs are designed with various kinds of rotary discs and various kinds of settlers to extract with minimal energy consumption. The unit can also be clubbed with other unit operations to get a complete solution.
One of the key advantages of LLEs is their versatility. They can be used for various purposes such as separating, purifying, and recycling of liquids. They are also ideal for applications where heat-sensitive products are involved. The LLEs are designed to be highly efficient, reducing energy consumption and operating costs. The unit is fabricated using high-quality materials and is built to withstand the demands of industrial processes, ensuring reliable and efficient operation.
Economy Solutions offers a pilot plant facility that allows customers to see the LLE in action and experience its benefits firsthand. The LLE is a rotating-disc type extraction column that uses a counter current extraction process to separate and purify liquids. The skid-mounted pilot unit includes feeding arrangements for the light phase, heavy phase, and settlers, making it easy to use at your own facility. The pilot plant unit is compact, measuring only 0.5 m2, and is suitable for a feed rate of 10-20 lit/hr. The evaporator can be heated by hot water or steam up to 200°C, and operates at pressures as low as 1 mbar, making it suitable for heat-sensitive products. Additionally, the unit is made of stainless steel and can be customized to suit specific application needs.
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The basic equipment required for beer brewing includes: a mash tun, a lauter tun, a boil kettle, a whirlpool, a heat exchanger, a fermenter, and a bright tank.
The brewing process can affect the design of the equipment in several ways, such as the size and shape of the tanks, the type of agitation system used, the material of construction, and the type of insulation used.
Yes, the equipment can be customized to meet the specific needs of a brewery. This includes customizing the size and shape of the tanks, the type of agitation system used, the material of construction, and the type of insulation used.
Common materials used in the construction of brewing equipment include stainless steel, aluminum, and copper. Stainless steel is the most commonly used material due to its durability, corrosion resistance, and ease of cleaning.
The brewing process can be automated through the use of control systems and automation technology. This includes using sensors to monitor and control temperature, flow, and pressure, as well as using automation software to control the timing and sequence of the brewing process.
The equipment can be cleaned and sanitized through the use of cleaning and sanitizing chemicals and high-pressure hot water. This can be done manually or through the use of automated cleaning systems.
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