Spray dryers for milk powder are a key investment for many dairy production facilities. With butter and milk powder prices continuing to trend upwards here at the end of 2019, the efficient and effective processing of milk into dairy powders comes into focus again.
Some dairy plant managers try to save money by minimizing their spare parts inventory and overtime. In many cases this might be a good thing, but when it comes to responding to a down time situation, this concept could cost the plant a lot of very valuable run time.
Here are some recent photos from the installation of a whey permeate MVR evaporator system. This new plant in Michigan will be ready to receive and process the daily production of whey permeate from another neighboring plant, relying on the Caloris MVR Evaporator system currently being installed.
A primer on how membrane systems are used, the different types of membrane systems available and how Caloris can help with your filtration needs.
Earlier this fall, a Seitz team was tasked with getting as much done as possible on two air handling units for a Caloris spray dryer customer.
When designing a processing facility, it is important to consider the advantages of evaporation.
Why invest in maintenance & training? Making relatively minor repairs to your evaporator system and properly training your operating staff can have a significant, positive impact on your bottom line.