Milk filters are necessary to preserve the quality of milk. They allow the milk to be separated from any solid particles, preserving the quality of the milk and protecting the milking and cooling equipment. Milk filters ensure safe and efficient filtration, allowing the production of high-quality milk with preserved organoleptic and nutritional properties. They are certified for food and meet hygiene requirements. Regularly changed milk filters ensure top-class hygiene.
Food for thought : we can conduct an experiment to test the effect of the filter on the milk results, measuring the amount of bacteria before and after the filter.
The results showed a nearly 50 percent reduction in Plate Loop Count (LPC) and a 30 percent reduction in Standard Plate Count (SPC) after the filter. If the performance of the milk filter is irrelevant, why does the bacteria count decrease after filtration?
The answer is simple . Sediment carries bacteria. Collect the sediment in the filter and the tank will have less bacteria. This means a higher quality milk that could not be achieved without the operation of the filter.