New evaporation plant for Agrana

Kremsmüller process technology supplied the engineering power for the large-scale project

Kremsmüller was entrusted with the construction of an evaporation plant for the Agrana project in Pischelsdorf near Tulln. This plant is used to evaporate water from starch waste water. From the onset, the engineers of the Process Technology Division were involved in calculating and planning the components, apparatus, pipelines, and instrumentation and control equipment. Subsequent planning steps necessary to the project comprised the preparation of the plans and their implementation in the plant layout. Then the first apparatuses were assembled to reveal the colossal dimensions of the real plant. A moving moment for every technical project manager.

In the video linked above, Alois talks about his work on the project. In addition, interesting insights into the project are given on site