Crystallisation is the process of recovering a pure compound from a pure or impure solution in the form of discrete crystals (with the exception of ZLD crystallisers where multiple components co-crystallise).
- Forced circulation crystallisers
- Growth (baffle) crystallisers
- Cooling crystallisers
An evaporator is used to evaporate a volatile solvent, usually water, from a solution. Its purpose is to concentrate non-volatile solutes such as organic compounds, inorganic salts, acids or bases. Typical solutes include phosphoric acid, caustic soda, sodium chloride, sodium sulphate, gelatine, syrups, Kraft liquors and urea.
Our crystallisers are often used in resource processing plants and are renowned for their robust and reliable operation.
Industrial clients need robust, cost and energy efficient solutions with guaranteed online time, particle size distribution and product purity.
Procuring fresh water is becoming increasingly expensive, particularly in water-scarce regions of the world. As such, the treatment of effluent as an opportunity to harvest water for re-use, while simultaneously reducing pollution, has become a key component in a broad strategy to recycle water, recover by-products and eliminate the discharge of harmful liquids into the environment.