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New Finnish cheese vats for cottage cheese

North European Food and Dairy Journal 54(6): 197-200

New Finnish cheese vats for cottage cheese

The Aura Milk Cooperative Dariy, Abo, Finland, has installed 2 new Hackman-MKT-O cheese vats for Cottage cheesemaking. The vat is a totally enclosed horizontal cylindrical tank with a central shaft. The lower half is jacketed for heat treatment processes. A longitudinal cover accommodates interior vat lighting and ball nozzles for in-place cleaning. There are 2 rear bellows supports for tilting the vat to facilitate emptying.

Accession: 001893227

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