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CTI VP Norman Mansson Presents Case Studies on De-Bottlenecking
Evaporator and Crystallizer
The back end of evaporators and crystallizers contain the mist eliminator, which prevents entrained liquid with dissolved solids (as well as some suspended solids) from being carried over with the steam to the following effect steam chest, where it can foul the steam side of the tubular heat exchanger or the space within a plate type evaporator.
Increased production capacity may require redesigning the mist eliminators to prevent loss of product and increased contamination of downstream condensate.
This paper presents (3) different cases where mist eliminators were replaced to increase the capacity of the evaporation process as well as improve performance.