The CMM Group, in partnership with Condorchem Envitech S.L., offer their extensive experience in the design, manufacture and installation of vacuum crystallizers for a wide variety of specialized applications.
Our vacuum crystallizers are custom-designed for the treatment of effluents with a high contaminant load and the concentration of raw materials.
Our DESALT® equipment allows us to obtain a very high percentage of clean water to be discharged or reused, and a minimum solid concentrate to be sent to a manager or used as raw material to be recovered or by-product.
Crystallization is a good option if you opt for zero discharge. This technology is especially suitable for high salinity effluents (brines).
Our range of crystallizers for wastewater treatment includes the following equipment:
Desalt LT DRY
For applications that require simultaneous concentration and drying in the same equipment, brine crystallization, concentration of exhausted working baths and concentration of extracts and fragrances. The process allows the extraction of the product manually or with the help of an optional spindle. It is a vacuum evaporator-crystallizer, of horizontal construction, electric and low temperature. Its operation is by means of an electric heat pump, it has a very compact structure and does not generate emissions or odors. It can be built in highly corrosion resistant materials if required. The system is designed to obtain solid, crystalline, pasty or gelatinous concentrates, as well as to recover raw materials present in the wastewater solution.
Its capacity can range from 250 L/day to 1,000 L/day.
Crystallizer Typical Applications
- Treatment of effluents with a high contaminant load
- Solution in cases where it is impossible to discharge treated effluents (implementation of a zero liquid discharge system)
- Effluent treatment when conventional techniques are not effective (as in the case of brines)
- Raw material concentration
Crystallizer Typical Advantages
- Minimization of the volume of waste to be managed
- Significant reduction in waste management costs
- Possibility of implementing a zero liquid discharge system
- Compliance with current regulations on effluent discharge
- Reduced need to store large volumes of waste
- Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions generated in the transport of waste
- Absence of reagents (except antifoam in some cases)