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Multi Effect Evaporator is defined as a apparatus for efficiently using the heat from steam to evaporate water. In a multiple-effect evaporator, water is heated in a sequence of vessels, each held at a lower pressure than the last. Evaporation is the process used to concentrate a solution by separating the water in purified from by the application of heat.
The operating cost of an evaporation plant is largely determined by the energy consumption. The energy consumption of the system can be tailored to meet the customer's individual requirements by intelligent thermal configurations of the evaporation plant. Our Engineers always work on all possibilities to save energy by combining following unit operation. Multiple effect evaporator [MEE] Design commonly uses sensible heat in the condensate to preheat liquor to be flashed. In practice the design liquid flow paths can be somewhat complicated in order to extract the most recoverable heat and to obtain the highest evaporation rates from the equipment.