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Internal coating for clarifier of juice (sugar mill)

Internal coating for clarifier of juice (sugar mill)

(OP)
hi to all

I have a question about that coating can be used for a clarifier tank of juice ( sugar mill ) ( fluid clarified juice ) (water , sugar, solid elements ) this fluid contains many suspended solids and usually the temperature is between 70 and 95 ° C is a food grade fluid so I wonder if they have any specification in mind.

currently lacks container coating and corrosion is high.

Regards

RE: Internal coating for clarifier of juice (sugar mill)

There are coatings sold for potable water tanks. Contact those vendors and ask their advice.

RE: Internal coating for clarifier of juice (sugar mill)

I don't know that sugar clarifiers are coated. In more modern mills, there are a lot of stainless steel vessels and equipment. Your best bet would be to contact a supplier of sugar mill equipment in your country.

RE: Internal coating for clarifier of juice (sugar mill)

(OP)
thanks for you reply

I cannot change the vessel for stainless steel this is a old mills but i need to try solve the small problem, maybe in the future can change the vessel. the material of vessel is a carbon steel ASTM A36.

RE: Internal coating for clarifier of juice (sugar mill)

Was it ever coated? Is there a corrosion issue, or why do you want to coat it?

RE: Internal coating for clarifier of juice (sugar mill)

Why do not you contact me, we have many polyurea coatings, they are anticorossion and temperature resistance

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