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Cheesemaking today

, : Cheesemaking today. Molkerei Zeitung Welt der Milch 36(33): 851-853

The account includes a brief description of Alfa-Laval Alcurd-Koagulator designed for use in cheesemaking involving ultrafiltration. In the plant the ultrafiltration concentrate (retentate) is automatically mixed with the starter and rennet and is rapidly coagulated in a closed pipeline system into very thick and homogeneous mass.

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