Milk coolers accounts for about 30% of the total energy costs of operating a dairy. Energy demand and farm diary operating costs can be reduced using different options that involve heat recovery from your cooling system.
Fresh milk is often compared to ‘white gold’. But retaining its freshness and nutrition is quite a challenge!
To overcome this problem, chilling of milk within the first hour of milking is crucial. Otherwise, the essential nutrients present in the milk start to deplete. The proliferation of bacteria may make the milk unfit for consumption, even before it reaches the processing stage. This wastage of milk can prove to be expensive for the farmer and affect the dairy industry on the whole.
Bulk Milk Coolers have certainly aided the dairy industry by minimizing this milk wastage. BMC have been set up at village or primary collection centres where the milk can be chilled to the required 4°C, at the earliest. It inhibits the bacterial growth, thereby safeguarding the milk’s nutrients especially in the summer season when the temperature escalates to a high degree.
However, one ought to keep in mind that simply the installation of Bulk Milk Coolers is not enough. The upkeep of BMC comes with certain regulations. It has been observed that some of the dairies are unable to achieve proper results inspite of installing BMC. Inefficient chilling affects the freshness of milk. Lack of timely and improper cleaning is also a deterrent. Above all, there is no real-time data to monitor BMC.
Tassmatt Agencies Limited has come in place to develop and innovate some of the most efficient milk coolers and milk pasteurizers in Kenya. Located in Nairobi Kenya, Tassmatt today supplies a wide range of efficient equipments like milk atms in Kenya, Cooking and salad oil atms in kenya, water atms in Kenya.
The Cleaning-in-Process (CIP) of Bulk Milk Cooler, as per required standards not only rules out the contamination of milk but also makes the whole process of cleaning easier and reliable. The inbuilt battery backup continues to monitor the status of BMCs even in case of power failures.
Furthermore, it indicates the volume of milk available at any particular BMC facility through comprehensive reports of milk collection quantity, in real-time. This feature helps in milk stock planning and allows the logistics team to dynamically design tanker routes and ensure fast milk collection at low costs. Additionally, the data is stored in its internal memory card in case of connectivity issues.