. Condensed milk and milk powder, prepared for the use of milk condenseries, dairy students and pure food departments. Condensed milk. il2 KvAPORy'il'D RIiLK—HOMOGENIZING 'ided ery minutely. This t3pe of honiof^enizer has not lieen used niucli as yet in the manufacture of evaporated milk and Ijut little is known concerning;- its effect on this product. In the Progress homogenizer the homi^genizing principle consists of forcing the milk, hv means cjf single acting pumps, between a scries of discs with ground surfaces. The discs lay flat one uijon the other, tliey are enclosed in a cylinder a

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. Condensed milk and milk powder, prepared for the use of milk condenseries, dairy students and pure food departments. Condensed milk. il2 KvAPORy'il'D RIiLK—HOMOGENIZING 'ided ery minutely. This t3pe of honiof^enizer has not lieen used niucli as yet in the manufacture of evaporated milk and Ijut little is known concerning;- its effect on this product. In the Progress homogenizer the homi^genizing principle consists of forcing the milk, hv means cjf single acting pumps, between a scries of discs with ground surfaces. The discs lay flat one uijon the other, tliey are enclosed in a cylinder a Stock Photo
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. Condensed milk and milk powder, prepared for the use of milk condenseries, dairy students and pure food departments. Condensed milk. il2 KvAPORy'il'D RIiLK—HOMOGENIZING 'ided ery minutely. This t3pe of honiof^enizer has not lieen used niucli as yet in the manufacture of evaporated milk and Ijut little is known concerning;- its effect on this product. In the Progress homogenizer the homi^genizing principle consists of forcing the milk, hv means cjf single acting pumps, between a scries of discs with ground surfaces. The discs lay flat one uijon the other, tliey are enclosed in a cylinder a
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. Condensed milk and milk powder, prepared for the use of milk condenseries, dairy students and pure food departments. Condensed milk. il2 KvAPORy\'il'D RIiLK—HOMOGENIZING \'ided \ery minutely. This t3pe of honiof^enizer has not lieen used niucli as yet in the manufacture of evaporated milk and Ijut little is known concerning;- its effect on this product. In the Progress homogenizer the homi^genizing principle consists of forcing the milk, hv means cjf single acting pumps, between a scries of discs with ground surfaces. The discs lay flat one uijon the other, tliey are enclosed in a cylinder and are. Fig. 39. The Gaulin homogenizer Courtesy of Creamery Package Mfg. Company held in place by a rod running through their center. The discs are pressed against each other by a heavy spiral screw, which regulates the pressure to \^'hich the milk is subjected. The milk passes from the center to the periphery of the discs. While being forced through the discs the fat globules are split up very finely. The discs used in this machine arc of two types. One type has \-erv line irregular groo\'es. The milk shoots through these grooxes against hard shoulders. Tlie other type of discs has smooth surfaces but their area of contact is narrow. Ihe milk passes through between these smooth surfaces,. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Hunziker, Otto Frederick, b. 1873. La Fayette, Ind. , The author

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