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Separators for Double Cream Fresh Cheese


For the production of double cream fresh cheese from fat milk of 8 to 12 percent fat content. Driven by a frequency-controlled 3-phase AC motor without clutch via a flat belt.

This separator has been designed for the production of double cream fresh cheese from fat milk of 8 to 12 percent fat content. (The exact capacity is dependent on the parameters of raw and finished product.) The machine is driven by a frequency-controlled 3-phase AC motor without clutch via a flat belt. The self-cleaning bowl makes the machine suitable for fully automatic cleaning-in-place (CIP). Opening and closing of the bowl for discharging the solids takes place hydraulically using water. The product is fed into the machine through a closed-line system. Double centripetal pumps likewise discharge the heavy and light phases in a closed system.

All product-contacting parts are made of stainless steel.FDA approved materials are available for the seals.

The optional condition monitoring system permits permanent monitoring of bearing condition and smooth rotation as a basis for targeted pro-active maintenance.

Standard scope of delivery

  • 3-phase AC motor
  • Foundation frame
  • Basic spare parts
  • Special tools

Fresh Cheese Separator Selection KSE Series

Fresh Cheese Separator-Selection KSE-Series

Fresh Cheese Separator-Selection KSE-Series

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