Principle of operation
Pressed fruit juice is fed into a buffer tank, from where it is transported by means of a circulating pump to a tubular exchanger where it is heated to pasteurisation temperature.
The pasteurisation temperature can be adjusted by setting the water temperature on the heating boiler. Water circulation is ensured by a pump.
The circulation of juice and heating medium between the individual components of the pasteuriser takes place in the process installation. The entire process is controlled via a control cabinet.