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Thermal Vapor Recompression - TVR

 

Energy savings through re-use of the vapours

 

Improved steam economy for a moderate investment cost

The thermal vapor recompression (TVR) builds on the same principle as the mechanical alternative, but uses only a portion of the resulting vapor for heating the system.

The compression of the steam for heat recovery takes place in a steam jet pump. This is usually designed for a specific operating point and works on the jet pump principle.

A certain amount of steam, the so-called motive steam, is required for the operation of a thermal vapor compressor. The resulting energy savings correspond in many cases in about an additional evaporator stage.

 

Thermal Vapor Recompression - TVR

 

Overview

Applications

• The main product is water or water with a negligible content of organic substances
• The distillate can easily be vaporized to supply the vapors to the ejectors
• The heating medium is available at the required temperature level
• Moderate difference between upper and lower temperature

Advantages

• no moving parts
• low wear
• high operational safety
• less / less investment costs
• simple and effective design

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◆ Dimensions: 300 – 10.000 sqm
◆ Feed Rates: 5.000 kg/h – 150.000 kg/h
◆ Operating Pressure: ≥ 80 mbar abs.
◆ Heating Temperature: ≤ 200°C
◆ Operating Pressure: -1 / +5 bar(g)
◆ Viscosity: ≤ 250 mPas