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Best tubular pasteurizer (HTST) for viscous puree (with pulp)?

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Posted 29 January 2016 - 02:36 AM

Hello Everyone,

I need to buy a pasteurizer to process fruit puree -viscous + pulp- and I would need some info with regards to the use of this equipment. I would like to perform a HTST on my product. I'm looking into 0.3-0.5t/hour.
Initially, I was thinking to buy a regular tubular heat exchanger but it's way out of my budget (around 20k).
I contacted several suppliers and within my limited budget 15k they came back with me with a coiled pasteuriser. It's a coiled tubular heat exchanger- see pic attached-. Would anyone have experience with this ? How easy is it to clean it ? Do you need other equipments with this?


Also, if you are aware of any other technologies that can fit my purpose I would appreciate it.

Please share experiences.




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Posted 29 January 2016 - 06:26 AM

Hi Lorin,


Please provide manufacturer details and a specification if you want sound advice.






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Posted 02 February 2016 - 01:10 AM

Hi Lorin,



I was thinking, if you really going to process your puree (which is vicious) using Tubular heat exchanger it would give you a hard time cleaning those pipes. 

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