DAIRY PRODUCTS TREATMENT

Dairy products, that is, milk products, include a large group of foods. Most of the functional foods are currently made from dairy products. Milk is a basic food normally obtained from the milking of cows or other animals, such as sheep and goats. Although there is an increasing trend to consume what is considered milk from oats, almonds or soybeans. Milk is made up of water, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins, being casein the main protein in milk and lactose the sugar in milk. The nutrients contained in the milk are in suspension, solution or emulsion.

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The dairy industry generally applies a series of techniques for the elaboration of the products: thermization, filtering, homogenization, fermentation, pasteurization and curdling. Pasteurization may be emphasized. It is a thermal treatment for milk to a specific temperature during a certain period of time. It destroys pathogens and improves the quality. Another process, curdling, which is achieved through the physicochemical processes of flocculation, skimming and coalescence, is applied to the cheese processing.

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There are many dairy products, for example yogurt, ice cream and cheese. Due to the demand, the dairy industry has currently focused on the production processes, taking into account that raw material is highly perishable. During processing, legal requirements must be fulfilled to obtain products suitable for human consumption. To that end, sensory, physical, chemical and bacteriological analyses are carried out. Naturally, the dairy products must have a good quality and characteristic odor, color and flavor that make the food attractive.

DAIRY PRODUCTS TREATMENT UNITS
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COMPUTER CONTROLLED TEACHING AUTONOMOUS PASTEURIZATION UNIT - PADC
  • PADC
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12.2.- DAIRY PRODUCTS TREATMENT
PADC

Computer Controlled Teaching Autonomous Pasteurization Unit

The Computer Controlled Teaching Autonomous Pasteurization Unit “PADC” receives cold milk from a refrigeration tank (not included). The milk is impelled with a milk pump (computer controlled). It is heated in the heat exchanger, by counter-current...
COMPUTER CONTROLLED LIQUID PACKAGING TEACHING UNIT - EDLC
  • EDLC
Available
12.2.- DAIRY PRODUCTS TREATMENT
EDLC

Computer Controlled Liquid Packaging Teaching Unit

The Computer Controlled Liquid Packaging Teaching Unit, "EDLC", unit is a liquid and semi-dense products dosing machine based on dose delivery through a pneumatically-operated cylinder. The product is absorbed by the unit from the tank installed...