Optimizes the cutting-time selection and reduces cost of failure. The coagulation sensor is part of the coagulation control technology that measures the impedance discontinuity in the transmission medium during milk coagulation, by means of submillimeter iLD sensor.
The results of the measurement can be made available in a plant information system, where this information can be used to find the causes of differences in optimum coagulation times.
Advantages: Optimises cutting-time selection; Reduces cost of failure; Safeguards coagulation speed; Decreases weight variation; Lowers moisture variation; Repeatable results; Easy to connect; Frees operator time
Reliable, repeatable and accurate coagulation control technology. Accurate replication of the cheese-maker’s selection of cutting-time. Takes processing effects like pH, milk age, cream content, changes in enzyme type, culture virulence and other parameters into consideration.
This smart device will be fixed onto the wall of the vat. It gives valuable insight into the coagulation process, provides early warnings of deviations, optimizes the cutting time selection and significantly reduces the risk of failed batches.