The basic requirements that should be considered in the design of DTB evaporation crystallizer
According to different production requirements, there are different requirements for the design and manufacture of DTB evaporation crystallizer. The basic requirements should be considered when designing:
(1) It has good thermal conductivity, so that molten steel can be rapidly condensed and formed.
(2) It has good wear resistance to extend the life of DTB evaporation crystallizer, reduce maintenance workload and time to replace DTB evaporation crystallizer.
(3) It has sufficient rigidity, especially in the case of chilling and heating, and a large temperature gradient. Small deformation is required.
(4) The layout is simple, compact, easy to manufacture, easy to disassemble and assemble, easy to adjust, the cooling water circuit can be connected by itself for quick replacement; the self-weight is small to reduce the inertial force when the mold is vibrating and the driving power of the vibration equipment , And make the crystallizer vibrate smoothly.
Equipment characteristics of DTB evaporation crystallizer
1. The operating temperature of DTB evaporation crystallizer can be set and controlled within the range of 0℃~100℃ according to the process requirements of different products;
2. The crystallization circulation pump is located inside the DTB evaporation crystallizer, with low resistance and low driving power;
3. Using jet pump to compress the secondary steam, the energy consumption is low, only 40%~50% of intermittent crystallization;
4. DTB evaporation crystallizer is equipped with a shielding baffle to separate the crystal growth area from the crystal sedimentation area without interfering with each other, so that the crystal grains are uniform and stable, and the size of the crystal grains can be controlled within a certain range;
DTB evaporation crystallizer is suitable for glutamate, sodium glutamate, citric acid monohydrate, anhydrous citric acid, L-lysine hydrochloride and glucose Vc, xylitol, potassium bicarbonate, ammonium chloride and other products The continuous crystallization process also has broad application prospects in the fields of fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and inorganic salts.