New on-farm milk pasteuriser range launched

A new range of on-farm pasteurisers will improve the efficiency of milk treatment, whether for cheese and yogurt production or for treating milk and colostrum for calves.

The Milky range comprises pasteurisers from the entry level 15 and 30 litre models, through to 50 and 100 litre options, providing solutions for a wide spectrum of applications.

“Milky pasteurisers are ideal for cost-effective pasteurisation of colostrum, milk or even juice, and allow small scale at-home or on-farm cheese and yogurt production,” comments Russell Needham, Milking Systems Business Manager with Promar International, the official UK distributor for Milky pasteurising equipment.

The flagship Milky 50 litre pasteuriser is a medium sized stainless steel kettle pasteuriser, perfect for small scale milk treatment.  An electronic control panel allows the operator to set temperature and duration at high temperature.  Data from all pasteurisations can be stored and printed as required, making record keeping and traceability straightforward.

For increased flexibility and convenience, the unit can be operated remotely using an android app on a mobile phone, allowing the pasteuriser to be activated and controlled while you focus on other jobs.

“With a working capacity of 25-45 litres and a maximum operating temperature of 94°, the Milky 50 is perfect for farmers moving into small scale yogurt and cheese production or for those looking to pasteurise milk and colostrum on larger dairy units,” Mr Needham continues.  “The ability to operate remotely means the unit offers outstanding flexibility allowing pasteurisation to fit in around other tasks on farm.”



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