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Bactocatch - a new process for improving milk quality

DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 111(40): 1272-1276
Bactocatch - a new process for improving milk quality
Bactocatch is a process based on microfiltration and sterilization of milk, characterized by long holding times as well as efficient bacterial removal, achieved by optimization of process variables, in particular by aiming for even trans-membrane-pressure profiles. Separated skim milk is filtered through porcelain membranes, yielding 10% bacteria-rich retentate and 90% low-bacteria permeate. The retentate is mixed with the separated cream, sterilized and added to the permeate.

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