The Steady State Liquefication Process is designed to receive and liquefy dry sugar to the desired set-point Brix value. These units are fully automated and make maintaining quality control easy.
The Steady State Liquefication Process is available in 7.6 MT/HR, 13.6 MT/HR and 18 MT/HR standard dry capacity units and is designed to receive and liquefy dry sugar to the desired set-point Brix value. These units are fully automated and make maintaining quality control easy. Dry sugar and liquid are mixed in the Ejector Mixer and feedback from the hot water proportioning valve, which responds to the liquid density meter, controls the addition of makeup water to maintain syrup concentration within specified control limits. The recirculation valve and Brix meter allow the tank to be circulated until the minimum set-level and Brix level set-point are reached and maintained. After the brix level is achieved in the mix tank, the transfer pump acts in response to the tank level set-point and will pump finished syrup to storage to maintain tank level set-point. The plate heat exchanger provides for heating of the incoming process water from heat regeneration of the finished syrup before pumped to storage.