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IOPAK Plate Type Continuous Pasteurising System

PPN can supply the size of pasteuriser (plus ancillary equipment) you require. These are details of just one of many models.

IOPAK BRAND NEW 20,000L/Hr HTST Temperature Controlled Plate Type Milk Pasteurizer for cheese production:
SPECIFICATION: 4~35°C-65°C → 72°C 16 Sec- 4 °C
Capacity: 20,000L/Hr
Hot Water Rating: 38T/Hr
Fresh Milk Inlet Temperature: 4 °C
Pasteurizing Temperature: 72 - 73°C (±1°C)
Holding Time: 15-20 Sec
Product Outlet Temperature: 32-36°C
Flow Temperature: 5~35°C-65°C → 72°C 16 Sec-4°C
Steam Working Pressure: ≥ 0.3MPa
Steam Consumption: 1120Kg/hr
Chilled Water Flow Rate:N/A
Chilled Water Consumption: N/A
Compressed Air: ≥ 6 Bar
Power Consumption: 12kW
High Temperature Alarm: Yes
Low Temperature Divert: Yes
Auto Temperature Control: Yes
Digital Display: Yes
Flow Rate Reading: Yes
Product Contact Parts: SUS316

This pasteurizer will be supplied to the Australian Standard for the pasteurization of milk’s continuous flow.

It will be equipped with an automatic differential pressure monitoring system. This will ensure that the pressure of the pasteurized milk will be no less than 10kPa above the pressure of the unpasteurized product (regeneration section). It will further ensure that the product pressure will be no less than 10kpa above the pressure of the heating medium (heating section).

In the event that the pressure cannot be maintained across the regeneration section the automatic monitoring system will engage the diversion valves and the product will be recycled. This will ensure product security.

In the event that the pressure cannot be maintained across the heating section the automatic monitoring system will Shut-off the heating media (pressure released).

It will be equipped with double diversion valves (Primary and Secondary) to achieve leak path protection between unpasteurized product and pasteurized product. The diversion valves will be actuated when product does not meet the specified pasteurizing temperature, specified flow rate is exceeded or not detected, power and/or compressed air failure.

Continuous process method has several advantages over the vat method, the most important being time and energy saving. For most continuous processing, a high temperature short time (HTST) pasteurizer is used. The heat treatment is accomplished using a plate heat exchanger.

This piece of equipment consists of a stack of corrugated stainless steel plates clamped together in a frame. There are several flow patterns that can be used. Gaskets are used to define the boundaries of the channels and to prevent leakage. The heating medium can be vacuum steam or hot water.

Cold raw milk at 4° C in a constant level tank is drawn into the regenerator section of pasteurizer. Here it is warmed to approximately 57° C - 68° C by heat given up by hot pasteurized milk flowing in a counter current direction on the opposite side of thin, stainless steel plates.

The raw milk, still under suction, passes through a positive displacement timing pump which delivers it under positive pressure through the rest of the HTST system.

The raw milk is forced through the heater section where hot water on opposite sides of the plates heat milk to a temperature of at least 72° C. The milk, at pasteurization temperature and under pressure, flows through the holding tube where it is held for at least 16 sec.

The maximum velocity is governed by the speed of the timing pump, diameter and length of the holding tube, and surface friction.

After passing temperature sensors of an indicating thermometer and a recorder-controller at the end of the holding tube, milk passes into the flow diversion device (FDD). The FDD assumes a forward-flow position if the milk passes the recorder-controller at the preset cut-in temperature (>72° C). The FDD remains in normal position which is in diverted-flow if milk has not achieved preset cut-in temperature.

The improperly heated milk flows through the diverted flow line of the FDD back to the raw milk constant level tank. Properly heated milk flows through the forward flow part of the FDD to the pasteurized milk regenerator section where it gives up heat to the raw product and in turn is cooled to approximately 32° C - 9° C.

The warm milk passes through the cooling section where it is cooled to 4° C or below by coolant on the opposite sides of the thin, stainless steel plates.

The cold, pasteurized milk passes through a vacuum breaker at least 12 inches above the highest raw milk in the HTST system then on to a storage tank filler for packaging.
 
Size/Capacity:Capacity: 20 000L/Hr milk
Stock Number:DAIR14719G
Serial Number:G
Condition:Brand New
Age:2010

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Fully serviced

Production ready

Backed by warranty

We supply our used machinery fully serviced, production ready and backed by warranty. This is included in our initial quotation.

Every piece of equipment is put under a demanding inspection before delivery. Our inspection covers mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and cosmetic checkpoints.
The unit is fully serviced to meet high mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and cosmetic standards. Missing or damaged components are repaired or replaced.
Used machinery is backed by a standard 3-month warranty.

Terms and Conditions:
  • Warranty includes mechanical and electrical parts, but excludes electronic parts (for example, touch screens, servo drives and PLCs).
Our machinery is delivered compliant with the Australian AS 4024 Safety of Machinery Standards. Our engineering team is experienced in assessing machine safety and bringing machinery in line with AS 4024 by installing guards, ergonomic features and safety features like emergency stop controls.

done Comprehensive safety assessment
done Guards
done Ergonomic features
done Safety features
done Safety risk assessment document
Our machinery is delivered fully compliant with AS/NZS 3000 electrical standards.
Provide your product and our engineers will conduct a free trial run of your product. You can either be present, or we can send you video of the trial.

Terms and Conditions:
  • While this trial run is free of charge, any modifications or change parts are billable.
  • Trial runs must be booked in advance.
You are welcome to trial a machine in your plant for 2 weeks (you will be required to pay for transport of the machine and a refundable holding deposit).

Terms and Conditions:
  • Trial of machinery is subject to Process Plant Network confirming the machine is suitable for your product.
  • Get your product to market with minimal upfront investment.
  • Pay off the machinery with the revenue it generates.
  • Rentals are 100% tax deductible and not listed as an asset on your company’s asset register.
  • Minimise risk. It’s no secret that new product failure rates in the grocery sector are extremely high. With Rent to Buy, companies will not be left with paying off idle machinery assets if a project proves to be unsuccessful.
How it works:
  • Available for single machines or complete turnkey systems
  • Start producing immediately with a small down-payment of 2 months rental
  • 6 to 18 month rental periods available
At the end of the rental period:
  • Buy the machine outright, deducting 50% of the rental you’ve already paid from the price of the machinery; or,
  • Keep renting the machinery; or,
  • Return the machinery with no more to pay.
Free comprehensive summary quote including scale engineering drawing
Factory acceptance testing

See your machinery running your product and/or packaging in our shop before it is delivered to your plant. You can be confident your machinery will be production ready after installation.

Complete line running in our engineering shop

This allows you to see your system running and make those final critical changes that often make all the difference.

We commission your system plug-n-play, production ready

Our engineers are able to design your system to fit the floorplan of your plant, then build, configure and test it in our shop before delivering it plug-n-play on arrival.

Training

Our engineers can train your staff in our shop, or we can arrange on-site commissioning and training (at additional cost).

Engineering and Integration Services
  • Complete turnkey process, packaging and end of line solutions
  • Automation and robotics
  • Robotic pick and place, palletisers and cells
  • PLC programming and motion control
  • Scope development, concept development and proof of concept
  • Project planning and management
  • Full engineering drawings, wiring diagrams and line controls
  • Complete trial runs
  • Factory acceptance testing (FAT)
  • On-site commissioning and training
  • Modification or upgrade of existing line
  • Retrofitting, customisation and custom change parts
  • Configure and set to size
  • Safety wiring and interlocks to Category 4
  • Guarding and ergonomic and safety features
  • Safety risk assessments and documentation
  • Servicing machinery

Rent to Buy

  • Get your product to market with minimal upfront investment.
  • Pay off the machinery with the revenue it generates.
  • Rentals are 100% tax deductible and not listed as an asset on your company’s asset register.
  • Minimise risk. It’s no secret that new product failure rates in the grocery sector are extremely high. With Rent to Buy, companies will not be left with paying off idle machinery assets if a project proves to be unsuccessful.
How it works:
  • Available for single machines or complete turnkey systems
  • Start producing immediately with a small down-payment of 2 months rental
  • 6 to 18 month rental periods available
At the end of the rental period:
  • Buy the machine outright, deducting 50% of the rental you’ve already paid from the price of the machinery; or,
  • Keep renting the machinery; or,
  • Return the machinery with no more to pay.

We provide export crating, container loading and overseas freight services at additional cost.

For loose container load (LCL), we arrange an export crate using treated wood according to the machine size (to protect the machine from damage during transport) and crate the machine at our warehouse.

For full container load (FCL), we bring the empty container, load the equipment, and lash/secure them inside the container at our warehouse. We can then arrange either seafreight or airfreight to the customer's nominated destination sea/airports.

We usually arrange on the CFR (Cost and Freight) basis as per Incoterms.

Marine insurance, applicable local duties/taxes, custom clearance and delivery to customer's site in their destination country are to the customer's account.

We regularly provide this service for customers in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the USA and Asia.



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