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Apparatus and methods for measuring milk coagulation time and rigidity in the manufacture of fermented dairy products



Apparatus and methods for measuring milk coagulation time and rigidity in the manufacture of fermented dairy products



United States Patent: (US 4 542 645)



The method can measure milk coagulation time and curd rigidity in the manufacture of fermented milk products such as cheese. The apparatus includes a flat, disc-shaped probe which is suspended from a wire into the vat filled with milk. The probe is reciprocated through a small vertical distance within the coagulating milk, and the increasing resistance to the probe communicated through the wire as the milk coagulates is continuously measured.

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