SPX/APV Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers

SPX/APV Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers

With a robust design SPX heat exchangers were constructed for maximum operation efficiency under harsh sanitary processing conditions. 

  • Well suited for use in heating & cooling applications for medium to high viscous products
  • Operator friendly design for simple maintenance & ownership
  • Dependable performance for maximum processing efficiency


Based on a multi-flexible platform, the APV VT+/HT+ series is designed to operate under harsh conditions where other heat exchanger technologies can fail or cannot sustain operational efficiency over a longer period.

Designed to heat or cool medium and high viscous products with or without particles under sanitary conditions. the APV VT+/HT+ series comes in two basic figurations:




  • Rigid stainless steel frame
  • Easily extendable up to 6 cylinders




  • Rotatable cylinder for easy maintenance
  • Low space requirements




Dairy, Fats/Oils, Fine Foods, Processed Foods, Cosmetics

Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger Benefits

Customization, multiple options

Easily extendable

Vertical & horizontal configurations

Easy maintenance

Short CIP/SIP time

Aseptic production option

Small footprint

Minimal downtime

Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger UHT Plant

The SPX APV Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger UHT Plant is designed for maximum efficiency for products that have very high viscosity and/or particulate content for which a plate or tubular heat exchanger is not suitable.




  • Products with extremely high viscosity and/or particles




  • Efficient processing of high viscosity
  • Operator-friendly
  • Pre-assembled and factory tested
  • Effective processing products with many particles

Need This as Part of a Custom Solution?

Rodem specialized in custom sanitary process fabrications and solutions. Discuss your full project needs with a Rodem team member to see how we can help you build the exact system you need.

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