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Clients

ALAQUA of Guttenberg, New Jersey, has an extensive list of satisfied clients following the fabrication and installation of equipment around the world. Our accomplishments include:

• 100,000 lbs/hr skim milk, sextuple effect, TVR, Arizona, USA, 1976.
• 50,000 lbs/hr whey evaporator, Wisconsin, USA, 1985.
• 150 gph solvent recovery unit, Canada, 1993.
• 50 gph lubrication-oil recovery Unit, Australia, 1993.
• 100 gph lubrication-oil recovery unit, Australia, 1994.
• 30,000 lbs/hr ethanol stillage, Texas, USA, 1994.
• 10,000 lbs/hr phosphoric acid evaporator, Chile, 1994.
• 20,000 lbs/hr apple juice evaporator, Pennsylvania, USA, 1995.
• 5 gpm RO unit, California, USA, 1996.
• 50 gph wastewater evaporator, New York, USA, 1996.
• 450,000 lbs/hr sodium sulfite evaporator, Oregon, USA, 1974.Solvent • recovery, California, USA, 1996.
• Canada, 7,000 kgs/hr sugar evaporator, 1999, expansion to 20,000 lbs/hr, 2003.
• USA, 60,000 lbs/hr, brewer's slop.
• Turkey, 5000 lbs/hr, Monel Na2S evaporator.
• Colombia, 1000 lbs/hr MEKO recovery.
• Canada, 40,000 lbs/hr, Na2SO4/K2SO4 evaporator.
• USA, 5,000 lbs/hr CaSO4 crystallizer, plating waste.
• USA, food additives.
• USA, wastewater.
• Canada, resin dewatering.
• USA, glycol and solvent recovery.
• 10,000 lbs/hr. KSA, NaCl table salt crystallizer.
• USA, ethanol stillage evaporator.
• Canada, sugar syrup concentrator.
• 25,000 lbs/hr. USA, wastewater evaporator.
• USA, IPA removal system.
• 100,000 lbs/hr. Mexico, stickwater evaporator.
• 700 lbs/hr. Canada, HCl evaporator.
• 65,000 lbs/hrUSA, Ethanol stillage evaporator.
• 50,000 lbs/hr. USA, NaCl table salt crystallizer.
• 50,000 lbs/hr. Argentina.
• 200,000 lbs/hr. USA, Ethanol stillage evaporators and others for 40 MGPY Et-OH Plant.
• 65,000 lbs/hr. USA, Ethanol stillage evaporator for 15 MGPY Et-OH Plant.
• 30,000 lbs/hr skim milk and whey evaporator, Wisconsin, USA, 1978.
• Reverse Osmosis unit expansion, Florida, USA,1991.
• 30 gph lubrication-oil recovery Unit, Pennsylvania, USA, 1993.
• 500 gph solvent recovery unit, Canada, 1993.
• 5000 lbs/hr brewer's malt, Canada, 1994.
• 2,000 lbs/hr API wastes treatment unit, Argentina Oil Refinery, 1994.
• 10,000 lbs/hr wastewater evaporator, Utah, USA, 1995.
• 12,000 lbs/hr glycerin evaporator, Philippines, 1996.
• 200 gph methanol-water separation/purification unit, Virginia, USA, 1996.
• 50,000 lbs/hr salting NaCl crystallizer, Virginia, USA, 1998.
• 40,000 lbs/hr sodium thiocyanate evaporator, Florida, USA, 1964.
• Solvent recovery, California, USA, 1996.
• USA, Glycol evaporator, 1999; 60 gpm to 100 gpm.
• USA, solvent recovery.
• USA, 1000 lbs/hr whey/milk evaporator, spray dryer, 1998, expansion to 4,500 lbs/hr, 2000.
• Ecuador, coffee evaporator, 2 x 7000 liters/hr units, 1996, & 1999.
• Colombia, passion fruit and other tropical fruits.
• Turkey, 50 t/hr borax dissolver plant.
• Belgium, sugar syrup concentrator.
• Algeria, ethanol distillation plant.
• Canada, solvent recovery system.
• 200,000 lbs/hr. USA, ethanol stillage evaporator.
• USA, inulin evaporator.
• 50,000 lbs/hr. Mexico, stickwater evaporator.
• 20,000 lbs/hr. Mexico, milk evaporator.
• Philippines, steepwater evaporator.
• USA, spray drying plant.
• 10,000 lbs/hr. USA, Calcium salts crystallizer, 2003, commissioning 2004; expansion 2005.
• 1,500 lbs/hr. Canada, Caustic evaporator.
• Rumania, Oil Refinery, for Exxon-Mobil, caustic evaporator.
• Canada, Spray drying plant.
• 100,000 lbs/hr. Argentina.
• 100,000 lbs/hr. Mexico, stickwater evaporator.


To learn more about our evaporator and crystallizer systems, please contact us today. Would you like to know more about our equipment and how we can assist your particular requirements? Please request a quote, supplying some essential information including your:

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Questionnaire for Evaporators

1. Type of stream to be processed (feed)
Composition (% dissolved solids % suspended)
Flow Quantity (lbs/hr)
Viscosity (high or low)
2. Concentrate (Slurry)
Composition (% dissolved solids)
Flow Quantity (lbs/hr)
Viscosity (high or low)

3. Evaporation (lbs/hr)
4. Operation 24 Hours a Day (Y or N)
5. Preferred Materials Of Construction
6. Preferred Type Of Evaporator


Questionnaire for Solvent and Oil Recovery and Distillation Systems (Process Data)

1. Stream to be processed
2. Components and Contaminants
3. Boiling Temperature and Heat Of Vaporization Of Main Components
4. Water Content
5. Type and Quantity Of Solid Contaminants
6. Desired Purity Of Distillate Stream
7. Desired Purity Of the Bottom Stream
8. Quantity Of Feed Per Hour (continuous operation?)
9. Pretreatment - (Filtration) - If Required - By Customer?


Auxiliaries

1. Process Heat
Is Steam Or Hot Oil Available?
(Please Check Appropriate Box) Steam Is Available (Y or N) 
Hot Oil is available (Y or N)
2. Process Cooling
Is Cooling Water Available? Y Or N?
3. Power Characteristics: Phases/Cycles/Voltage