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Comparison of milks processed by the direct and indirect methods of ultra-high-temperature sterilization. I. An experimental ultra-high-temperature sterilizer and its characteristics


Comparison of milks processed by the direct and indirect methods of ultra-high-temperature sterilization. I. An experimental ultra-high-temperature sterilizer and its characteristics



J. Dairy Res 37(1): 209-18



DOI: 10.1017/s0022029900013261

An experimental UHT milk sterilizer, of 1140 l./h capacity and capable of operation as a plate-type indirect heating plant or as a steam-into-milk direct heating plant, has been installed for comparisons of the milk produced by the direct and indirect processes. The sterilizer and its ancillary equipment are described, together with methods of plant sterilization and milk processing.

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