Stainless steel tanks for storage and processes
Whether it is for shampoo, paint, food or pharmaceutical applications, oleochemical products serve as essential ingredients for many different products and intermediate products. In the process of refining and storing these oils, quality tanks, with the industry typical designs are essential.
A diverse range of tanks and other equipment is required for the processing of animal and edible oils. Gpi has a great deal of experience with producing as well as placing and installing tanks and equipment for the oleochemical industry. As a result, we are able to give the right advice on heating and cooling of products and on the correct finish level. Furthermore, we are able to guarantee a product with a long lifespan. In addition, we have good working relationships with all reputable suppliers for the right choice of agitators.
By having engineering, production and quality control in-house, we are able to supervise quality to the greatest extent possible and guarantee you solutions which satisfy the most stringent requirements in terms of hygiene, product longevity, safety and operating convenience, for both liquids and solids. Building, testing and making your equipment operational on location is no problem at all for our SCC** certified assembly department. Naturally, we adhere to international standards and regulations.
Tank agitator combinations
We can supply the agitator as well as the tank. Gpi has a good working relationship with all reputable agitator suppliers for problem-free processing and assembly.
As a standard, we produce our food tanks with an internal roughness of Ra 0.8, but if desired we can also produce tanks with much smoother (and therefore hygienic) inner walls.
Crystallisation tanks are reactors in which hot liquids are gradually cooled in order to facilitate crystal growth. Gpi manufactures a range of crystallisers for use in, among other things, the processing of oil products, including a design with dimple lamella and a self-designed agitator. View a recent project using this design here.
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