A Pasteurizer machine is used in the food industry to pasteurize and sterilize the milk and liquid ingredients to prepare processed foods or process liquid dairy products. This machine is designed to maintain a temperature of 150 degrees centigrade or higher for 24 hours in a specially designed container. The engine is fully automatic with an option of single pump operation.
This article will major in some of its latest developments and a simple process for enabling you to understand how a pasteurizer works.
The manual pasteurization machine with natural heat is a powdered water-based pasteurizer used to pasteurize liquid without chemicals, such as eggs, milk, or juices. The pasteurizer machine is equipped with a grinder and chopper unit, which makes liquefied product thicker. Liquid can be poured directly as well as dispensed through the dispenser plate to reach any desired amount of pasteurization time, depending on the product formula.
The tank is made of stainless steel and excellently installed with two components of polyurethane foam, which is environmentally friendly. The pasteurizer machines are also made of adjustable stainless steel suited for leveling, especially on uneven and sometimes even surfaces.
The steel also has an immersion sensor which enables it to indicate temperature. Available in various capacities, it has an electric control panel that is fitted with a touch screen for easy and faster control of the process.
The pasteurizer machines are now fitted with visual alarms which are audible to alarm you after the completion of each pasteurization phase. The alarm can be fully configurable software and an automatic start or stop button.
Removable top covers
The pasteurizer device is now installed with removable top covers, which enables easy addition of raw materials into the vessel. The milk inlet is designed with a system for allowing low foaming. Removable top-cover pasteurizer machines are also made of an agitation motor installed on the fixed area on the lid to enable absolute stability.
Below is a guide for enabling you to understand how a pasteurizer works.
How a pasteurizer works
Milk first comes into the balance tank to continue feeding in the system. Milk is then filled into the balance tan, and in the pipeline, input is fixed.
The milk is then passed to the pasteurization stage through pumps. At this stage, milk comes across the earlier pasteurized milk, which has high temperatures. The plates help to block direct contact between the two kinds of milk.
After the above milk heats up to about 55 degrees Celsius, it is pumped into the separator, where the milk is separated from its crème.
The standardized milk comes across milk from the holding tube, reaching a temperature of between 60-70 degrees.
Milk is then passed to the heating area until it reaches pasteurization temperature. It is then transferred to a holding tube, where it stays for a while so that bacteria may be killed.
The milk is transferred again to the regeneration stage, where it is cooled with the help of raw milk. This enables the recovery of energy.
Pasteurized milk is then finally pumped to the cooling stage, where it is cooled with ice water.
The article above is ideal for a customer who wants to purchase a pasteurizer device or anyone who wants to know how the machine works.