Process Engineers And Associates promotes the standard Milk Processing Procedure with distinct sanitation practices to deliver high-quality milk to the consumers. How milk is processed in dairy is of high importance since it will determine the quality and nutrition value of the end-product. We always encourage our clients to stick with internationally accepted standards of milk processing.
How Milk Is Processed?
- Collection - Milk is collected from the dairies and is stored in the storage tanks which cool them to a certain temperature. This milk is then transferred to refrigerated tanks installed in the plant.
- Separation - In this step, any sediment, debris or some bacteria is removed from the raw milk. Heavier milk fat and lighter milk is also separated in this step to get both skim milk and cream.
- Pasteurization - Pasteurization is the process of heating raw milk for a period of time to a predetermined temperature. It gets rid of the harmful bacteria present in the milk. There are numerous methods to do it but the most common one is high-temperature, short-time (HTST).
- Homogenizing - This is done to ensure milk fat is distributed evenly and it also prevents the fat from separating and floating to the surface. It is done by breaking down the fat particles.
- Packaging - Then the milk is either packed in cartons for retail or is used further for manufacturing other dairy products.
We facilitate this Milk Processing Procedure in Dairy by delivering excellent quality Milk Plant. Get in touch with us to discuss your requirements and we will deliver the right product to your facility.