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Is your separator a flow promoting device?


, : Is your separator a flow promoting device?. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation 9(7): 374, 377-378

Under normal operating conditions milk separators negate product flow. However, trials have shown that separators are capable of promoting flow if there are electrical, mechanical or computer failures in the processing line.

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