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Control device for refrigerated milk tanks


, : Control device for refrigerated milk tanks. Swedish Patent Application (SE 445 674 B): 9

The tank is fitted with a temp. sensor and timer, which gives a warning if the milk in the tank has not reached a fixed temp. at a fixed time after the beginning of the cooling cycle.

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