An industrial milk cooking tank, also it is known as a milk cooler, become of an inner and an outer part of tank, each made by high quality stainless steel. The gap between the inner part and the outer tank is isolated with foam which is polyurethane. In the event of a power failure with an outside temperature of 30 ° C, the contents of the storage will just warm up to one degree within a day. On top of each closed industrial milk cooking tank is a manhole with a diameter of about twenty – two centimetres. This ensures that the inner tank is thoroughly cleaned and inspected if necessary. The manhole is sealed with a lid and is sealed waterproof with a rubber ring. There are also small gaps at the top of tank which are 2 or 3. One of them is covered with an air-hole, the other one may be used to pump milk to the industrial milk cooking tank.
Most of tanks have control boxes. It is for the process of cooking using a thermostat. The user can turn the system on and off, allow extra and instant mixing, start the cleaning routine, and reset the entire system in the event of a malfunction. Performance of cooking depends on the amount of milking, ambient temperature and refrigerating duration required to fill the tank full.
Operating Costs of Industrial Milk Cooking Tank
When an ice maker is used with off-peak electricity, significant reductions in operating costs can be made. Pre-cooking the milk using a plate or a tube cooler provided with mains or well water can also reduce costs and contribute to the cooking capacity of the industrial milk cooking tank. Bulk tank capacitor units, which are not an integral part of the industrial milk cooking tank, should be installed in an adjacent, suitable, and well-ventilated place.
The bulk tank is easily accessible by large industrial milk cooking tankers and should be positioned to keep industrial milk cooking tank approaches always clean and free from cow traffic. Although industrial milk cooking tanks were calibrated when they were first installed, the industrial milk cooking tank miscalibration is not uncommon and in some cases can result in significant revenue loss. Milk tanks, calibrated on the low side, can deceive raw milk producers up to 22 liters per carrying. It is therefore recommended to recalibrate an industrial milk cooking tank.