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HRS Heat Exchangers expands footprint in South-East Asia

March 16
10:43 2013

HRS Heat Exchangers S.L.U, has supplied thermal processing solutions to a German engineering company for two pasteuriser systems to be installed in a plant in South-East Asia.

One of the pasteuriser modules is designed for fruit juices containing dices, so HRS DTA-series double tube heat exchangers with corrugated inner tubes have been used. The module consists of five sections of heat exchangers and a holding section, and is capable of processing 1.5 – 4.5 m3/h of product, with heating up to 98 °C, and subsequent cooling, with indirect heat recovery to reduce the overall energy requirements of the plant. The heat exchanger selection and holding section configuration permit processing of different products, each with its specific temperature curve and holding time. In the design of the module, great attention has been paid to the pressure profiles on tube and shell side, in order to guarantee that cross-contamination can never occur.

The second module is designed to process 5 – 15 m3/h of fruit juice and milk based products, with heating up to 140 °C, maintaining small temperature difference between the heating media and product. For this purpose customised HRS MI–series tube bundle heat exchangers have been applied. The turbulence enhancing corrugation of the inner tubes not only reduces the area requirement, but also reduces fouling, allowing for longer running times. The holding section is divided into subsections, to allow for different flow rates and holding times, depending on the product to be processed. A system of indirect heat recovery confers the module a limited external heating and cooling demand.

Successful, cost-effective production of fruit juices and dairy products is based on a fragile balance of parameters. On the one hand, it is critical to maintain the quality, flavour and colour associated with the source crop. On the other hand, it is vital to meet health and safety requirements, while keeping energy consumption and production costs to a minimum.

“We have a long standing relationship with the customer, and the chosen solution has been tailor made by HRS in close conjunction with the client’s engineers, in order to meet process requirements, compactness and economical feasibility”, said Tomas Stiebe, Process Engineer, HRS Heat Exchangers, S.L.U.
About HRS Heat Exchangers Limited
HRS Heat Exchangers Limited (part of the HRS Group) is a leading international heat transfer specialist offering innovative solutions to the processing industry.

Headquartered in the UK, HRS Heat Exchangers operates at the forefront of processing technology and for over 30 years has designed, manufactured and sold heat exchangers and heat transfer technology to many different industries.

HRS products and system solutions have been used in such sectors as HVAC, Food, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Water supply, Energy Recovery, Waste to energy and Environmental protection. All HRS products are manufactured to ISO 9001 and comply with the European PED, and are also certified to the ASME “U” stamp standard.

HRS Heat Exchangers Ltd offers a wide range of heat exchangers and associated products including corrugated tube shell and tube, scraped surface and plate heat exchangers, together with a hygienic piston pump and packages such as Pasteurisers, CIP and Food processing systems. HRS also manufactures a patented self-cleaning scraped surface evaporator system for solids concentration.

HRS has offices in Spain, Germany, USA, Peru, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and India as well as manufacturing and assembly plants in the UK, India, Dubai and Spain.

To learn more about HRS Heat Exchangers, please visit www.hrs-heatexchangers.com

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