Economy Solutions’ Dairy Storage Tanks are designed to store raw milk, pasteurized milk, cream, full-fat and low-fat whey for dairies of any size. Available in various dimensions and versions for specific uses. These cylindrical, vertical-axis insulated tanks are constructed of AISI 304/316 stainless steel and automatic TIG welds. Equipped with product loading and unloading conduits, hatch, removable sprayball for cleaning, vertical vent with insect-proof grid, and multi-blade vertical stirrer. All parts in contact with product are finished to meet public health and hygiene standards.
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Dairy storage tanks are large vessels used to hold and store milk, cream, and other dairy products in a dairy processing facility. They are used to hold the product while it is being processed, and to store it until it is ready to be packaged or shipped.
There are several types of dairy storage tanks used in the dairy industry, including horizontal tanks, vertical tanks, and insulated tanks. Each type has its own advantages and is used for different purposes.
Dairy storage tanks are typically made of stainless steel, which is corrosion resistant and easy to clean. Some tanks may also be made of plastic or other materials that are suitable for food contact.
Dairy storage tanks can vary in capacity, but they are usually between 1,000 and 50,000 gallons in size.
Dairy storage tanks are insulated to keep the product inside at a consistent temperature, usually between 32 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Insulation can be made of materials such as polyurethane foam or fiberglass.
Dairy storage tanks are cleaned and sanitized using a CIP (Clean-in-Place) system, which uses chemicals and water to remove bacteria and other contaminants. The tanks are also regularly inspected for any signs of wear or damage.
Regular maintenance and upkeep of dairy storage tanks include inspecting and replacing worn parts, cleaning and sanitizing the tanks, and testing the tanks to ensure they are working properly.
The right size of storage tank for the dairy process can be determined by considering factors such as the daily production of milk, the size of the processing facility, and the storage requirements for the specific dairy products being produced.
Maintaining consistent temperature in dairy storage tanks can be achieved by using temperature control systems, such as refrigeration units, and by insulating the tanks to reduce heat loss.
Preventing cross-contamination in dairy storage tanks can be achieved by regularly cleaning and sanitizing the tanks, using dedicated tanks for different products, and implementing proper procedures for handling and storing the dairy products.
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