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Milk-processing equipment is a whole set of plants used in the food industry.

These pieces of equipment serve to carry out the processes of milking, discharging, cleaning, storage, pasteurization, separation, homogenization, dehydration, use of cultures and fermentation, bottling or packaging, and labeling.

They are used in the production of whole milk, yogurt, soft cheeses, and other dairy products. Among these plants are tanks for receiving and processing the initial milk, culture starters, separators, homogenizers, coolers and pasteurizers, emulsifying machines and dispersers, plants for producing cheese products, dryers, and evaporators. They can come together to form a production line along with dosing, packaging, and labeling machinery.

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