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  • Submitted: Mar 16 2012 01:55 AM
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Download Pasteruizing with Direct Steam Injection

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Plate and frame heat exchangers used in pasteurizing operations are better heated by hot water sets using Direct Steam Injection. Although many dairy and fruit juice processors have traditionally used indirect heating systems, many cost-conscious, quality-oriented companies are turning to Pick Direct Steam Injection Heaters for more accurate, energy efficient heating for pasteurization. Indirect heating systems face many challenges.

First of all, they require steam traps and expansion tanks- along with the added maintenance. They often result in fl uctuations in temperature than can result in hot spots and burn on, or off flavors of product. The inability to hold precise temperature control can result in costly product loss. Additionally, the indirect heating systems do not offer the 100% heat transfer provided by Direct Steam Injection.




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