We deliver evaporators adapted to our customers
SiccaDania specialises in designing, engineering, and installing evaporators to our customers in the dairy, starch and food industries.
We work together with our customers to ensure that the correct solution is provided for the specific application. With our application and technical experts on hand, we can provide customers with the most efficient setup.
Top of the class evaporators
SiccaDania experts do not just stick with what they know – they try to find a better, more efficient and greener way of constructing and designing our evaporators.
With a broad range of expertise within SiccaDania, we can create solutions that transcend the normal boundaries of one individual technology and create newer, more energy-efficient and smaller solutions that are designed for our customers.
As a supplier of evaporators, we offer
- Innovative solutions
- Custom-made configurations
- High focus on decreasing energy consumptions
- Flexible heat treatment systems
- Optimisation of running hours without compromising the bacterial growth
What is the difference between an MVR and TVR evaporator?
MVR is a Mechanical Vapor Recompression system, energy source is Power/Electricity, very low energy consumption
TVR is a Thermal Vapor Recompression system- energy source is steam, energy consumption dependent on number of stages (calandrias) of evaporation.
Why use a Falling Film evaporator?
The falling film evaporator is a gentle way to remove water in a very energy efficient way. Small footprint for high evaporation.
How high can you go in total solids?
This is very dependent on type of product, all products must be individually considered, mostly the stickiness and viscosity will determine the total solids.
Does viscosity have an impact on the possibility to use an evaporator?
Yes, the viscosity is a very critical factor for a good evaporation, the product must be pumpable.
What kind of products can you run on a falling film evaporator?
Almost all pumpable liquids and soluble products can be run on a falling film evaporator.