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Single and multicomponent in-line standardization

, : Single and multicomponent in-line standardization. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 12(8): 34-35

Batch and in-line standardization of milk are discussed. The Foss Electric BMS (Butterfat Monitoring System) for in-line milk fat standardization, has a sampling frequency of 180/h. The MMS continuous measuring system can be used to standardize fat, protein, lactose and TS/SNF of milk for cheesemaking, production of spray-dried milk, condensed milk or yoghurt.

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