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How to Use a Vacuum Drying Oven?

As a common laboratory equipment, a vacuum drying oven is primarily used for drying experimental sample rapidly. The working chamber can maintain a certain vacuum degree and can be filled with inert gas during the working of a vacuum drying oven, which is suitable for drying heat-sensitive, easily decomposed and easily oxidized materials. Even some […]

Falling Film Evaporators’ Troubleshooting

The falling film evaporators are greatly well-received in many industries as a high efficient evaporation and concentration equipment. However, when the falling film evaporators are used, there will be some malfunctions sometimes. Once it happens, what we should do is to find out problems and solutions as soon as possible. The following maybe helpful. Falling […]

What is a Falling Film Evaporator?

A falling film evaporator is one of the most effective evaporators and well-received in many industries. So what is a falling film evaporator exactly? The following part will help you have a better understanding of a falling film evaporator. What is a Falling Film Evaporator? A falling film evaporator refers to a concentration and evaporation […]

Falling Film Evaporator VS. Rotary Evaporator

Introduction to Falling Film Evaporators Falling film evaporators are efficient evaporation equipment widely used for the evaporation and concentration of evaporative material, water, organic solvents and solutions in the pharmaceutical, food, chemical, light industry and other industries. It also can be widely used in the waste treatment of the above industries. Falling film evaporators can […]

What is a Falling Film Evaporator Used for?

A falling film evaporator refers to a concentration and evaporation device used in industries. As the high efficient evaporation equipment, falling film evaporators are more and more well-received. It’s widely used in a great number of fields, such as the pharmaceutical, food, chemical, light fields and other fields for the evaporation and concentration of water […]

How does a Falling Film Evaporator Work?

In the industrial field, there are always some substances which need to be extracted or concentrated. Therefore, there are also so many devices or techniques for achieving the extraction or concentration of substances, such as falling film evaporators. A falling film evaporator refers to a concentration and evaporation device used in industries, which has high […]

Questions on Falling Film Evaporator

What is a Falling Film Evaporator? A falling film evaporator refers to a concentration and evaporation device used in industries. It is applicable for the concentration and evaporation of water, organic solvents and solutions in the pharmaceutical, food, chemical, light industries and other industries, and it is especially suitable for heat sensitive materials and materials […]

What is the Role of Heating Mantle?

Definition of a Heating Mantle A heating mantle refers to a laboratory device used to stir or heat samples in glass vessels according to the specific experimental requirements. It is mainly used for stirring, or simultaneously heating and stirring liquid or solid-liquid mixture with low viscosity. It features high measurement accuracy, low warm-stamping, rapid temperature […]

Construction of Falling Film Evaporators

Construction and Operation of Evaporators Due to the need of substance’s extraction and concentration in industrial field, there are so many types evaporators in marketing. Even though there are so many different types of evaporators, their construction are very similar. Generally, the construction of evaporators includes a heat exchanger to heat the sample substances, a […]

Falling Film Evaporators’ Cleaning

Though suitable for materials with higher concentration and higher viscosity, a falling film evaporator still need to be cleaned after using for a long time. As the production time prolongs, a falling film evaporator may produce scaling or coking. The degree of scaling and coking varies with different material properties and different evaporation concentrations. Therefore, […]