• Why a Fherm® A Margarine production machine

    1. Excellent durability 2. Narrower annular gap 3. Higher spindle speed 4. Improve heat transfer 5. Easy to clean and maintain 6. Higher transmission efficiency 7. Longer scraper 8. Product seals 9. Materials 10. Modular design 11. Refrigeration medium

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  • Design Features of Scraped surface heat exchanger

    SSHEs are employed in the continuous processing of virtually any pumpable fluid or slurry system. Choice of design depends on the processing needs for a particular product. For example, pasteurization

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  • What’s a “Votator”?

    The list of Votator applications has grown very long in the more than 80 years since it was introduced, and I would say there is no one whose life has not been touched by a product heated or cooled.

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  • Why a Fherm® Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger?

    For many years, Ftherm® Machinery have been raising productivity, lowering production costs, and delivering Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers products with affordable price and excellent quality for a w

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  • Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers

    Abstract: Scraped surface heat exchangers (SSHEs) are commonly used in the food, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries for heat transfer, crystallization, and other continuous processes. They are id

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  • What is a Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger and What Does It Do?

    Scraped surface heat exchanger were designed to improve upon issues that their predecessors were having problems with. Scraped surface heat exchangers incorporate an internal mechanism which periodica

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  • Flow and Shearing Profiles of Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger

    The flow-pattern in SSHEs is typically the result of axial flow and rotation of the scrapers. Some of the crucial parameters that define this flow are axial driving force, viscosity, length of the equ

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  • Mathematical model of fluid flow in a scraped surface heat exchanger

    A simple mathematical model of fluid flow in a common type of scraped surface heat exchanger in which the gaps between the blades and the device walls are narrow, so that a lubrication-theory descript

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