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Supplier: Proceco Ltd.
Description: An Ideal Zero-Discharge Wastewater Reclamation System Reduce your wastewater hauling and disposal costs substantially while improving your process quality by extracting dissolved contaminants and recycling up to 98% of process water. The Proceco Éco-Smart mechanical vapor-recompressionShow More
Supplier: APV, An SPX Brand
Description: Evaporator can configured in single or multiple effects for steam economy. Mechanical Vapor Recompression (MVR) has also been utilized for maximum operating economy. Typical applications: Gelatin Liquid egg Inorganic acids Caustic soda Waste streams
- Application: Food Processing
- Process: Forced Circulation / Crystallizer
Supplier: GEA Process Engineering Inc.
Description: Recompression (MVR) In evaporators with MVR, the heating medium in the first effect is vapor developed in the same effect, compressed to a higher temperature by means of a high-pressure fan (MVR). Any excess vapor from the high heat section is condensed or may be utilized in a high concentratorShow More
Supplier: Proceco Ltd.
Description: . The Proceco Éco-Smart mechanical vapor-recompression evaporator system is an evaporation method that generates a high-quality distillate ready to be re-used while requiring very low energy. The Proceco Éco-Smart MVR does not use electric, gas, or steam heat source to generate the distillate
- Application: Coating / Etching, Distillation, Liquid Recycling, Plastics Processing, Semiconductor Manufacturing, Waste Water Treatment, Other
- Process: Vacuum Distillation
- Features: Mechanical Vapor Recompression
- Evaporation Rate: 62.5 GPH
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Energy efficiency improvement and cost saving opportunities for the Corn Wet Milling Industry: An ENERGY STAR Guide for Energy and Plant Managers
According to Blanchard (1992), to maximize efficiency, steepwater evaporation has usually been done in multiple effect evaporators (3-5 effects), but mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) has been used as well since the early 1990s.
Application of Three‐Vapor Recompression Heat‐Pump Concepts to a Dimethylformamide–Water Distillation Column for Energy Savings
Mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) might be an interesting alternative compared with other methods of .
Innovative Energy‐Efficient Biomass Drying Based on Self‐Heat Recuperation Technology
Regarding the latter, several methods have been developed to improve energy saving during drying, including heat recovery with [8, 9] and without  flue gas recirculation, heat pumps [11, 12], pinch technology , and mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) [14–20].
Refrigeration Systems and Applications 2nd Edition Complete Document
• Mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) systems, classified as open or semi-open heat pumps.
Case Studies in Food Engineering
A mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) evaporator compresses the evolved vapor to serve as the heat .
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Produced and Process Water Recycling Using Two Highly Efficient Systems to Make Distilled Water
One design uses a new mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) system to recycle produced or process water into distilled water.
Proceedings of the XIII International Congress on Electricity Applications
However, research suggests that depending on the size of the unit, freeze concentration's total process efficiency is better than or equal to state-of-the-art mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) evaporators.
Freeze concentration of dairy products Phase 2. Final report
It was determined that freeze concentration should prove to be highly competitive against Thermal Vapor Recompression (TVR) and Mechanical Vapor Recompression ( MVR ) concentration technologies currently in use by the dairy industry even though freeze concentra- tion is ultimately more energy intensive.
Guidance for Treatment of Airport Stormwater Containing Deicers
Mechanical vapor recompression ( MVR ) is an evaporation process that uses compressors or blowers to increase the pressure of the vapors produced during evaporation, which allows for heat transfer back to the influent flow stream.