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Cream production rationalised at Dairy Crest. (News & Installations).

A 23,000 litres per hour pasteuriser has been installed at Dairy Crest's creamery in Shropshire. The pasteuriser, a Tetra Plex C10 plate heat exchanger, together with a hot water set, and associated pumps, valves, and process pipework were all supplied by Tetra Pak.

Dairy Crest has undertaken a rationalisation programme which involves the centralisation of production of all the company's value-added products, such as the Clover and Willow brands. Cream for these products is transported from other Dairy Crest dairies to Crudgington where it is treated on the new machine to ensure optimum hygiene and quality.

This 23,000 litre Tetra Plex CIO is the largest cream pasteuriser plate heat exchanger ever delivered in the UK by Tetra Pak Processing.
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Publication:Food Trade Review
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Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jan 1, 2002
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