Milk reception unit is the initial point of collection which provides necessary filtering, weighing, and pumping of the milk that comes from individual farmers or dairies to processing plants.
This unit allows milk to be transferred from carrier tankers using a pump. The milk is then filtered and the surplus air and foam removed from the batch with a stainless steel buoy.
The milk is then weighed using a flow meter as it enters the reception tank and then pumped to the processing plant, cooling tank or holding tank.
In a manual milk reception unit, filtering and weighing operations are done manually through the fill-empty system where the milk is brought to the collection centre, the attendant fills the reception tank manually as it is filtered. When the tank is full, the filtered milk is weighed and transferred to the processing line, cooling tank or holding tank either manually or through a pump.
Our units are made from industry approved food grade stainless steel AISI 304 and feature in various capacities ranging from…
They are fitted with DN 50 butterfly valve outlets and stable four stands.
It is also fitted with a weighing scales, milk filter and a raw milk transfer pump.
Our digital weighing solutions are highly reliable, cost-effective, and very easy to use. We have a local presence and can provide a free quote for all your weighing needs.
When collecting milk, safeguarding the quality of the bulk collected is vital. The choice of milk filter will make all the difference. A high quality milk filter captures many impurities if not all and allows high flow of milk, therefore improving efficiency.
Our milk pumps are designed for both milk and oll dispensing, and are designed to get liquids moving reliably through the system. They are precise, durable, and are made with the required materials for hydraulic systems and motors as well as the appropriate sealing system.