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SDT webinar: Achieving Dairy Process Optimisation

17 Jun 2021, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

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This free to attend webinar, sponsored by QCL,  has the theme of 'Achieving Dairy Process Optimisation' and comprises three 15 minute talks:

 

  • Process Insights with In-Line Analysis (Dr Mark Whatton, QCL)        
Introduction of a new product for the continuous, in-line compositional analysis of dairy products) for Fat, Protein, Salt, Moisture and other parameters. The instrument is truly in-line and can communicate with PLC thereby making production more automated and efficient.

 

  • Optimisation of the Homogenisation of Milk (Pavlos Kouroutsidis, Tetra Pak)                                                                                                     
Based on a recent white paper published by the company, new homogenisation technologies that can make dairy operations more cost-effective, flexible and sustainable will be discussed. Building on knowledge of milk composition and milk behaviour, including the details of how milk flows through homogenisation devices,  tips and strategies for more efficient homogenisation and longer shelf life for milk products will be presented.

 

  • Improving Processing and Product Quality/Texture in the Dairy Industry (Jon Youles, Ytron-Quadro)                                                                              
Discussing methods of powder incorporation and dispersion to speed up process times for many dairy products as well as to improve texture and  protein dispersion in yogurt.       
      
There will be 5 mins allowed for questions after each talk.
To register for the webinar please click this link and you will be forwarded to Eventbrite. A couple of days before the event you will be emailed with the required access information.  We look forward to seeing you on 17th June!

 

 

 

 

 

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