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Hygiene is extremely important in food products. Therefore, Exchangers used in food applications are produced entirely from stainless steel. The food substance only comes into contact with stainless surfaces and special gaskets that have received a food suitability certificate (FDA). Some of the systems used in this area include:

1. Dairy and Dairy Products Industry

  • Pre-Vacuum Heating
  • Raw Milk Cooling
  • Post-Vacuum Heating
  • Cheese Milk Heating
  • Cheese Milk Cooling
  • Cream Cooling
  • Whey
  • Brine Heating
  • Brine Cooling
  • Ice Cream Mix Cooling
  • CIP Exchanger

2. Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages

  • In Carbonated Beverages
  • Cooling of CO2 Containing Liquids
  • Cola Syrup Cooling
  • Liquid Sugar Pasteurization
  • Liquid Sugar Cooling
  • Process Water Heating and Cooling
  • Filling Unit Cooling
  • In Alcoholic Beverages
  • Cooling of CO2 Containing Liquids
  • Wine Cooling
  • Process Preparation Heating and Cooling
  • Wine Cooling with Ethylene Glycol
  • Pasteurization of Mash Products
  • Evaporation Processes
  • Heating and Cooling in Alcohol Vapor Condensation Process

3. Edible Oil Industry

  • Vegetable Oil Heating and Cooling
  • Neutralization Unit Heating
  • Crystallization Unit Heating
  • Evaporation Processes
  • Process Water Heating and Cooling

4. Juice Industry

  • Heating and Cooling Processes of Juices Containing Fiber and Pulp
  • Juice Pasteurization
  • Pre-Heating and Cooling Processes
  • Cooling in Filling Unit
  • Evaporation Processes

5. Beer and Yeast Industry

  • Beer Pasteurization
  • Wort Cooling
  • Process Water Heating and Cooling
  • Beer Yeast Cooling
  • Fermentation Unit Heating and Cooling

6. Paste, Sauce, and Canning Industry

  • Pasteurization Unit Pre-Heating and Cooling
  • Process Water Heating and Cooling
  • Ketchup Heating
  • Oil Cooling in Mayonnaise Production
  • Brine Heating and Cooling

7. Sugar and Starch Industry

  • Syrup Heating and Cooling
  • Molasses Heating and Cooling
  • Extraction Water Heating and Cooling
  • Carbonation Process Heating and Cooling
  • Crystallization Unit Heating
  • Pre-Heating before Clarification
  • Process Water Heating and Cooling
  • Starch Milk Thermal Processes
  • Evaporation


HVAC, formed from the initials of "Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning," generally refers to heating, cooling, and ventilation systems. Plate exchangers are a frequently used heat transfer technology in these areas. Our MIT product range is the most used brand in pool water heating processes, solar energy systems, geothermal plants, and HVAC processes in high-rise buildings.


In the chemical and pharmaceutical sectors, there is a need for exchangers that can operate at high temperatures and pressures. Besides this need, these exchangers must be designed to be suitable for use with corrosive (hazardous), aggressive gas and liquid fluids. We offer solutions suitable for the petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries with welded and semi-welded MIT Plate Heat Exchangers that meet these needs.


In the metal industry, the production processes often involve high temperatures, making cooling systems crucial. In this context, MIT heat exchangers are frequently used in the following cooling applications:

  • Cooling of molds in casting furnaces
  • Cooling of oils in hydraulic systems
  • Cooling of electrical panels in blast furnaces
  • Heat recovery and cooling of ambient air
  • Metal surface treatments such as electrolysis and anodic oxidation
  • Cooling of furnace and electrical units

MIT branded exchangers are the most preferred brand in Turkey's automotive sector. Our heat transfer group products are used in the following processes in this sector:

  • Heating and cooling applications for surface and painting processes
  • Cooling of hydraulic circuits in press machines
  • Cooling of electronic circuits of machines
  • Heat recovery applications

Plate exchangers have a wide range of uses in many sectors producing energy, such as gas turbines, steam turbines, hydroelectric power plants, and wind farms. MIT brand plate heat exchangers are the leading brand in the energy sector, with a product range that meets international standards and innovative designs emerging from extensive R&D work. Our products are used in the following processes in the energy sector:

  • Cooling of fuel tanks
  • Cooling of cooling oils
  • Cooling of reactor jacket waters
  • Heat recovery

Ships, being isolated vehicles that navigate for long periods on their own resources, must be self-sufficient and all systems must operate efficiently, which is of vital importance. Some of the areas in which we operate in the maritime field with our plate exchangers and complementary products include:

  • Central cooling with sea water
  • Cooling of main engine oil
  • Cooling of generator oil
  • Cooling of cam shafts
  • Heating of fuel oil
  • Cooling of water distillation

In the textile industry, the heat of wastewater from processes such as dyeing, bleaching, stiffening, and printing is an important source of energy. Nowadays, many textile companies reduce fuel consumption, prevent thermal pollution, shorten dyeing time thus reducing dyeing costs, and increase operational capacity and efficiency by using MIT Plate Heat Exchangers to utilize the heat from these wastewaters.