Best practices for energy-efficient evaporation processes


By Arnold Kleijn

Evaporation is a process where a material moves from its liquid state to a vapour (or gas). The most common example of evaporation seen in everyday life is the transfer of water from the earth’s surface to the atmosphere as part of the water cycle.

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