The high energy consumption of the homogenizer pays off by more intense milk color and comfortable mouthfeel, particularly if surrounding conditions, flow rate, temperature and pressure ratio are kept stable.
Besides electricity, cooling water can have a significant impact on the operating costs for running the heavy motor. The calorimetric flow sensor FlexFlow® PF20 opens up new possibilities in flow and outlet temperature measurement and allows for identifying consumption and required actions for preventive maintenance. The compact and robust sensor easily integrates into pipes.
Very precise and fast temperature measurements support optimally tempered media infeed into the homogenizer. The compact PT20H temperature sensor with short t90 capability supports early-on reactions to prevent the milk from being too cold at the homogenizer inlet.
Since the pressure at the homogenizing valve makes the difference both in quality and energy consumption, the MEX5 pressure gauge reliably indicates the pressure at all times. Immune to vibration or high pressure fluctuations, it is a robust gauge for every day use by Baumer Bourdon.