Water cooler

water cooler
water cooler
water cooler
water cooler
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water, milk


Technical specifications -Number of plates: 27 – 55 -Milk flow: 1650 – 3650 Litres -Water flow: 4850 – 7250 Litres -Made entirely of stainless steel -Hygienic -Solid framework -Solid mounting bracket -Suitable for up to 4 bar -Plates easily replaceable with no gluing required -More hygienic than glued designs -A standard in the dairy industry for many years now -Special plate shape with a high turbulence effect -Panel design in accordance with USA 3A sanitary standards -Excellent cooling capacity due to highly efficient heat exchange -Optimal plate cleaning -Suitable for well water -Any water which is also suitable as livestock drinking water -can be used! -1″ water inlet / outlet thread -34 mm external milk inlet / outlet (smooth tube) Why rapid cooling? Rapid cooling of milk with the plate heat exchanger safeguards milk quality because the storage temperature can be reached sooner. Subsequently, the heat exchanger slows down the growth of bacteria in the milk. Pre-cooling the milk via a plate heat exchanger before it reaches the cooling tank also saves costs. The heat exchanger is supplied with well water or tap water. Both pre-cooling and storage cooling must operate efficiently to preserve milk quality. Pre-cooling with the plate heat exchanger depends on the water to milk flow ratio. Optimum pre-cooling is achieved using plate coolers with a ratio of approx. 2.5: 1. Conserve energy Pre-cooling the milk using the plate heat exchanger saves energy during subsequent cooling in the cooling tank as the milk enters the cooling tank at a lower temperature. You can save up to 60 percent on your milk cooling energy costs with a well-dimensioned plate cooler from Risto.


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