Demineralization improves crystallization and decreases costs for CIP.
These days, one of the key issues in whey and other dairy by-products processing is the choice of the right technology to turn this "waste" into new income. As electrodialysis technology is one of the essential technologies to obtain a product of higher quality, choosing the appropriate electrodialysis needs to be considered from many points of view. The main parameter of a demineralization process is temperature. And there appears a question: Is the cold, warm or hot process a better choice?
MEGA has implemented more than 90 ED projects for dairy by-products demineralization worldwide. It has extensive knowledge of cold, warm, and hot electrodialysis.
MEGA has conducted many pilot tests to compare the effect of temperature on the overall electrodialysis process. The obtained results lead us to the conclusions and recommendations presented below.
MEGA has carried out a series of pilot tests to compare the effect of temperature for cold, warm and hot electrodialysis processes and from the results obtained, it is clear that the change in temperature has an effect on the final product quality.
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