Thermal processing remains one of the most important processes in the food industry. Cooling is one of the thermal processing techniques and can be defined as a processing technique that is used to reduce the temperature of a product from a processing temperature to a desired temperature. Processing Fruit Heating Cooling

Cooling is used to reduce the rate of biochemical and microbiological changes in the product, like aerobes and anaerobes bacteria, to extend the shelf-life or for example to crystallize.

Cooling Product Applications

Cooling is one of the most used steps in food, feed, pharma and non-food processing.

  • Soups
  • Salsa
  • Hummus
  • Milk Concentrate
  • Curd
  • Yoghurt and Milk
  • Mashed Potato
  • Mechanically Deboned Meat
  • Sausage Pasteurization
  • Fruit(puree)
  • Vegetable puree
  • Pie Filling
  • Fat crème
  • Bon bon filling
  • Fruit filling
  • Chocolate
  • Caramel/Fondant
  • Jam/Marmalade
  • Lotion
  • Cream
  • Candle Wax

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Why using a Kelstream Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger?

The Kelstream Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger is extremely usable to cool your product inline in your process. Provided with the specific characteristics of your product and indication of the starting temperature (product temperature of the product that you are supplying) and the desired product end temperature, Kelstream is able to perform a correct determination of the required heat transfer. The result of this calculation is used to select the appropriate Kelstream for you, which may be a single unit or multiple Kelstreams, possibly connected in series. The cooling medium which can best be used will also be identified.

Using Kelstream for cooling your product, has loads of benefits:

  • Efficient heat transfer due to two heated surfaces
  • High productflow up to a capacity of 10.000Ltr/h per unit
  • Mixing with preservation of homogeneity
  • Constant capacity and temperature
  • more benefits

Are you interested in one of the above applications, do you have any questions or would you like to get a tour through our company and inspect the equipment?

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