When dealing with a perishable product like milk, it becomes vital to collect it in a way that preserves the life of the milk without losing out on the nutritional value of the product. It also becomes imperative to ensure that the equipment used to cool the milk are made in a way that won’t contaminate it as well as preserve nutritional value.
Milk from cows comes with a lot of bacteria in it and though some of it is good bacteria, sale a lot of it can be very harmful to the human body and might contain environmental pathogens that are transferred from cow feed to the milk. In order to ensure that any harmful bacterium is eliminated from milk, it is put through a process called pasteurization. Pasteurization is the process by which liquids are heated to kill most of the bacteria that causes them to spoil. The goal is not to kill all the micro-organisms present in the liquids as they are still micro-organisms that are good for you. Milk needs to be pasteurized to keep it from spoiling. After milk has been heated, it needs to be cooled down to begin the process of preserving the milk for use later on. Once the milk is cooled down to the right temperature, it can be suitably stored in other containers to be transported where it is required. To get the milk cooler, dairy farmers us a milk cooling tank to get down to the right temperature. Some farmers won’t use a milk cooling tank and instead rely on their own milk cooling system.
Krishna Allied Industries has a few options for bulk milk cooling tanks where they can be either manual or with automization. There are different milk tanks available to fit the volume requirements of small, medium and large dairy producers. The tanks designs come in an open type vertical, horizontal and closed cylindrical type to be comfortable with space constraints that dairy producers might have to deal with. Our milk cooling systems have a few features that were incorporated with the ease of the dairy producer in mind. We know that we feel more comfortable about any milk producer if they are dedicated to keeping their milk coolers clean. The milk cooling tanks available come with smooth inner services to make it easy to clean. The legs of the tanks are adjustable so that even uneven surfaces will still offer an even weight distribution. The dip sticks used in a Krishna Allied Industries milk cooler is computer calibrated with an accuracy of 0.1%. Manholes and stainless steel ladders are provided for closed type tanks to ensure safe access during inspection.
There are more features to our milk cooling tanks which are mentioned in our product brochure. Look at the brochure for a full list of features with illustrations to explain how Krishna Allied Industries milk cooling tanks work.