Evaporation
Mechanical Evaporation

Evaporation Thanks to Mechanical Means

Evaporation is an essential part of the water cycle. The sun usually takes over this task and lets the water evaporate from lakes and other water sources. However, this natural process takes time, which is not always available, especially in industry.

Industrial water is required for various processes, which is then stored in settling ponds. When the surface of the water is exposed, excess molecules can escape, form water vapor, and evaporates. 

We have developed a mechanical evaporator for industrial waters to speed up this process. The E46 can accelerate the process of water evaporation many times over, which saves operators a tremendous amount of time.

Here you can see the most important advantages of our evaporation products

  • Accelerates water evaporation by 10-12 times
  • Cost savings: When ponds are full, it is necessary to either incur the expense of getting rid of the water or reducing the input. With the help of the E46, the evaporation is accelerated to prevent bottlenecks in this process
  • The water flow is adjustable in two stages  - Lifting frame made of sturdy stainless steel
  • Options, such as a weather station, are available
  • We advise you before, during and after your purchase
  • We have a very efficient, functioning, worldwide after-sales service
  • Spare parts are available worldwide within three working days
  • Two years warranty

We offer the following mechanical evaporation solutions

Solutions

Our know-how in the field of water mist techniques and our modern nozzle technology provides the basis for the process of evaporating water. Here you can see our solutions for it. 

Applications for the water evaporator

Fields of Application

The evaporation of water occurs when the surface of the liquid is exposed, and the molecules can escape. With the help of our E46, the liquid is pumped through special nozzles and thrown up into the air to a height of six meters. The nozzles suck in air to form droplets and thus generate a high evaporation rate. 

How does mechanical water evaporation work?

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The evaporation of water occurs when the surface of the liquid is exposed, and the molecules can escape. With the help of our E46, the liquid is pumped through special nozzles and thrown up into the air to a height of six meters. The nozzles suck in air to form droplets and thus generate a high evaporation rate. 

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