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Pasteurizer

Pasteurizers play a crucial role in the food and beverage processing industry, ensuring food safety and quality. Pasteurization is a heat treatment method that destroys harmful bacteria and pathogens found in food, significantly reducing the risk of foodborne illnesses. Food producers should invest in reliable and efficient pasteurizers to meet the increasing demand for safe and nutritious products.

Pasteurization is a method used in the food and beverage industry to make products safer for consumption, bringing about a significant revolution. By subjecting products to controlled heat treatment, it effectively eliminates pathogenic bacteria such as Salmonella, Listeria, and E. coli while preserving the nutritional value and sensory characteristics of the product. Pasteurization also extends the shelf life of products, allowing for wider distribution and reducing food waste.

The basic principle of pasteurizers is to heat the product to a specific temperature and hold it at that temperature for a certain period of time. This process varies depending on the pasteurization method used and can include high-temperature short-time (HTST) pasteurization or low-temperature long-time (LTLT) pasteurization, among others.

Advancements in control technologies have made pasteurizers more efficient and user-friendly. Automated control and monitoring systems ensure precise temperature regulation and guarantee consistent pasteurization results. Advanced heat recovery systems optimize energy usage and reduce operational costs.

  Our fully automatic and traceable Pasteurizer solutions guarantee to always provide the same added value to your products. As LACTO PROSES, our focus points in our Pasteurizer applications are safety, energy efficiency and traceability. We have set some standards to ensure that every drop of product is properly heat treated.

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All our Pasteurizer applications have,

- Recipe management

- Detailed production reports

- CIP reports

- Graphical data recording and monitoring

 
 
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