Solving practical evaporation capacity problems

In order to adapt to increases in milling capacity, it is very common to find mills where there is an overcapacity on the surface of the Robert effects of the quintuple This situation occurs when taking advantage of the available bodies to conform the necessary surface to the new grinding increase, which is almost always exceeded when grouping the available Robert evaporators.

Overcapacity is more problematic in the first 3 effects where there are temperatures of more than 100 °C.

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