Evaporation & Crystallization Systems

Evaporation and crystallization plants are required whenever in a process: water or any other solvent has to be removed, concentration has to be increased or volume reduced, valuable
and pure crystals have to be produced, by-products or impurities have to be stripped or
precipitated.

To meet customer specification in density, purity, particle size, operating time, while minimizing investment and operating costs, the GEA highly skilled process engineers design evaporation and crystallization plants with a full range of all applied technologies.


For high standards of quality, recrystallization can be applied to improve the purity of final product.


GEA's extensive experience in building continuous evaporation and crystallization plants is essential to satisfy customers’ needs.

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