Water Chillers & Ice Banks
The refrigeration equipment is an industrial water-cooled chiller, suitable for customers who want to produce chilled water at 1°C through ice accumulation. For ice cream production, it generates stable ice water circulation to cool down the ice-cream mixture in Mix Plant immediately and keep it at constant temperature of 4°C in ageing tanks. The glycol ice bank also has the capability of ice thermal storage, which can reduce energy cost by shifting energy usage to non-peak hours. This model is capable of Ice storage up to 1 ton.
Chilled Water Tank with Ice Accumulation Refrigeration Equipment
● Semi-hermetic compressor, available with reciprocating or screw type.
● Refrigerant Gas: R507
● Water-cooled condenser.
● Brazed plate evaporator.
● Double-walled and insulated ice water tank in stainless steel.
● Ice-build coils with antifreeze loop.
Provide ice-cold water
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High-temperature short-time (HTST) pasteurization, or flash pasteurization, is commonly utilized in food and beverage industries. Products are heated and held at a specific temperature and time, followed by quick cooling to ensure complete destruction of contained pathogenic microorganisms. Compared to batch pasteurization, HTST system offers advantages of lower utility costs and higher continuous throughput. Use of regenerative heating and cooling in heat exchangers can further increase operational efficiency.
Ageing Tanks - Cooling Tanks for Ice Cream Mix
The stainless steel tanks with sloped bottom are used to cool down pasteurized ice-cream mix and store it at a controlled temperature of around 4°C, a slow agitation allows the complete ageing for better ice cream structure. Available capacity from 300 to 3,000 liters.