TFE high efficient thin film evaporator for used oil recycling

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US $1,000-10,000 / Sets | 1 Set/Sets used oil recycling machine (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Condition:
New
Flow:
TBD
Working Pressure:
VACUUM
Place of Origin:
Shanghai, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
ONW
Model Number:
TFE
Usage:
Lubricant Oil
Voltage:
200-440
Power(W):
0
Dimension(L*W*H):
TBD
Weight:
TBD
Certification:
CE
After-sales Service Provided:
Engineers available to service machinery overseas
type 1:
rotary
type 2:
thin film
material:
stailess steel
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
10 Set/Sets per Month used oil recycling machine
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
plastic film and cotton cloth and wooden cases- used oil recycling machine.
Port
Shanghai/Ningbo
Lead Time :
40 DAYS- used oil recycling machine

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Application The device-Scraper Evaporator is used in China and western pharmacy, food, light industry, petrochemical, environmental protection industries etc.

Main Features: 1.Its heat transfer coefficient value is high, and its evaporation capacity & strength can achieve 200kg/m2 · hr, with high thermal efficiency.

2.Material heating time is short, from 5 seconds to 10 seconds. Under vacuum conditions, the equipment can favorably retain heat-sensitive material's various ingredients, and produce non-decomposition, to ensure the quality of products.

3. This equipment is adapt to wide range of viscosity. Material of high viscosity can also be processed. Material viscosity can be as high as 10 million per cent tabor (CP).

4.Changing the rotation direction of the scraper groove, can adjust the process time of material in the evaporator.

5. The wall of evaporation cylinder body is after precision milling and polishing processing, so its surface is not easy to generate coking, fouling.

 

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