Used MicroThermics UHT/HTST Lab Pasteurizer, model 25HV Hybrid. Unit is designed to simulate industrial processes ranging from continuous cooking to Ultra High Temperature (UHT) processes used for extended shelf life and aseptic processing. Is capable of handling high viscosity (HV) products with or without small particles. Specifications: Flow rate: 0.5 to 4 litres per minute. Preheat temperature: 140 to 230°F. Final heat temperature: 220 to 300°F. Hold times: Beverage hold tube: 2 to 12 seconds. Features: dual product inlet, variable speed product pump with adjustable flow rate and hold times, homogenization break, pre-heater, starch hydration loop, final heater, product coolant control, pinch style back up pressure valve, pre and post pressure and four product temperature instrumentation and laboratory stainless steel bench enclosure with raised edges for spills, sink and faucet and sits on wheels. Products: Juices; tea and coffee; juices with pulp; broths; milks; nutritional supplements; fruit concentrate with seeds; apple sauce; yogurts; gravies; puddings. Includes a Used Extended Tube Holder unit.
1 Used GEA Niro-Soavi 2-stage monoblock homogenizer, model NS-2006H, version Ariete. This is a standalone all stainless steel, sanitary design unit which was manufactured in 2003. Total working hours: 643. Working specifications: Maximum viscosity: <20000 cP. Maximum working pressure: 400 BAR. Maximum PSI: 6000. Variable flow rate: 60 to 200 L/h. Minimum feed pressure: 4 to 6 BAR. Maximum back pressure: 20 BAR. Maximum product temperature: <90°C. Maximum CIP/SIP temperature: <140°C. Equipped with tri-clamp ¾” inlet/outlet. Crankshaft RPM: 61 – 205. Stroke: 40mm. Equipped with forced oil lubricating system. Electrics: 3/60/480 volts.
|Manufacturer||Microthermics Uht/Htst Lab Pasteurizer W/ Nrused Microthermics Uht/Htst Lab Pasteurizer W/Niro Soavi|
|Main category||Process and Packaging|
|Subcategory||Food & Beverage Equipment|
|Client type||Machinery dealer|
|On Kitmondo since||2019|
|Number of listings||23|
|Last activity||Aug. 3, 2021|