MILK BACTERIA CLARIFIER
Function principle - bacteria removalMilk is fed under pressure, through an enclosed pipe. It is then gently introduced into the bowl through a feeding pipe and the distributor. The bacteria and other solids, subjected to the action of the centrifugal force, will move towards the periphery of the bowl and accumulate in the solids space. The bacteria concentrate rises above the upper disc to reach the centripetal pump. The concentrate can be either discharged or recirculated into the bowl to further concentrate the bacteria for discharge. The discharge is triggered automatically at pre-set intervals. The debacterized milk rises through the disc stack, up to the centripetal pump that discharges it through a closed piping.
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