Bring your product to boiling point with Ftherm® T Series Scraped surface heat exchangers

2023-06-18 18:45:29 Ftherm Machinery

Ftherm® T Series Scraped surface heat exchangers

Every product has its own characteristics and boiling temperatures. By heating your product indirectly with steam (or hot water), you are able to process your product inline.Ftherm® T Series Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger Provided with the specific characteristics of the product and indication of the starting temperature (product temperature of the product that you are supplying) and the desired product boiling temperature, Ftherm is able to perform a correct determination of the required heat exchange. In many cases, the desired product boiling temperature is 100°C.

Boiling applications

Boiling is part of processes in the food, feed, pharma and non-food industry and is used for:


Yoghurt and Milk

Mashed Potato

Mechanically Deboned Meat




Milk Concentrate

Sausage Pasteurization


Vegetable puree

Pie Filling

Fat crème

Bon bon filling

Fruit filling






Candle Wax

Why using a Ftherm® T Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger?

Ftherm Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers

Sometimes for boiling the product, steam is directly pumped in o the product. The disadvantage of this method is you’re basically add water in o your product, so the product characteristics, taste and colour might change.

With Ftherm® T SSHEs, the medium is fully segregated from the product. It is impossible for the medium to come in o contact with the product. The heat transfer occurs because the medium is warmer than the product and therefore the product heats up to the desired boiling temperature. The heat exchange is very effective because the double wall is continuously and completely scraped. The scrapers prevent product from accumulating on the double wall, as a result of which the heat exchange is maximized throughout the entire production process.

Also, products with particles are no problem for Ftherm® T SSHEs. Particles up to 25mm can be processed without damaging it.