Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger Pasteur


Last availability: April 7, 2021

Listing description

Measurements and Weight:
Height: 2750 mm
Width: 1410 mm
Length 4000 mm
Weight: 2.000 kg
Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger Pasteur
Manufacturer: Schröder Kombinator, Type: WK250/2000-xz

This Pasteurizer is a continuously heater – cooler for production of viscose products like vegetable and
animal oils and fats, such as emulsifiers, waxes, pharmaceuticals, vitamin supplements, starch or gelatins.
The unit exists out of a scrape surface heater of 1 cylinder to heat the product (± 35°C->85°C). Steam
directly on jacket with steam regulating valve. The cooling part (± 85°C-> 40°C) consists of a double-tube
coil which is mounted in a frame work. The cooling water flows through the inner tube and the product flows
in the opposite direction in the outer tube. In addition, the tube is cooled from the outside by means of
irrigation cooling water. This rinse water is collected in the collecting tank and discharged by a pump.
Including water and steam valves. Excluding control panel. Manuals in German language available.

Machine: Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger Pasteurizer
Manufacturer: Schröder Kombinator
Type: WK250/2000-xz
Capacity: up to 3400 ltr/hr
Temperatur: max 95 °C
Product: Margarine emulsion or similar products
Year of construction: 1997
Serienummer: 11/3676-1-157852
Power: 7,5 kW, 380 V, 50 Hz

Measurements and Weight:
Height: 2750 mm
Width: 1410 mm
Length 4000 mm
Weight: 2.000 kg

Weight 2000 kg
Length 4000 mm
Width 1410 mm
Heigth 2750 mm


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Last availability: April 7, 2021

Listing information

Manufacturer Schröder Kombinator
Model WK250/2000-xz
Year -
Country Germany Germany
Condition Good
Main category Process and Packaging
Subcategory Heat Exchanger
ID P10407054

Last availability: April 7, 2021

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Country Germany Germany
Last activity April 13, 2021
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