NSI Equipment Pvt. Ltd. Vacuum Pan produces high massecuite exhaustion, consistent crystal size and improves energy efficiency.A vacuum pan is essentially a vessel, operated under vacuum, in which sugar syrup is boiled in order to increase the sugar concentration, and thus resulting in the formation of sugar crystals, resulting in a suspension of crystals within the mother liquor from which they are growing (so-called massecuite).
Designed in-house by NSIE’s world-renowned experts, NSIE Vacuum Pan designs are suitable for A, B and C massecuite and are configured to optimise upstream and downstream plant capabilities.
NSIE Vacuum Pan designs are available in a custom designed to specific factory requirements. Importantly, the pan’s vapour demand is surge-free and consistent with steady-state boiler operation and evaporator performance for extended periods.
NSIE Continuous Vacuum Pans are designed to:
Produce strong massecuite circulation
Provide uniform conditions for crystal growth at any section along the pan
Generate narrow crystal size distribution
Minimise the number of control instruments
Provide easy access to calandria for maintenance
Simplify valve and feed pipe work
Augment production capacity by the addition of an extra module
Maintain consistent production performance with minimal operator supervision
Produce rapid and simple emptying, boil out and restart operations.
Design features of NSIE’s Continuous Vacuum Pans include:
Horizontal pan layout comprising well-mixed cells
Carefully designed massecuite flow path to avoid flow restrictions
Small number of cells of optimal individual cell volumes
Separate modules with calandria in each module
Low massecuite boiling head
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