Liquid Solid Separation of Oat Milk
Centrifugal separator removes oat pulp from non-dairy milk solution to achieve smooth final consistency
In the production and filtration of milk alternatives, such as oat milk, it is of vital importance that contamination and oversize is effectively removed from the liquid to achieve a smooth consistency within the final product.
The oat milk market is only set to increase over the next 5 years, due to the rise in consumers seeking alternative products to dairy milk. Therefore, the need for manufacturers to find an effective solution to increase their throughput rates to meet demand has become increasingly important.
In this demonstration video, the Russell Liquid Solid Separator™ processes 200l of oat milk solution, separating the oat pulp from the oat milk, which is transferred into the unit from a mixing tank using a diaphragm pump. The throughput rate achieved by this unit is one that is vastly superior to traditional separators and is easily able to process this solution in a quick timeframe.
The Russell Liquid Solid Separator™ is a bulk centrifugal separator, designed for the removal of solids from liquids, and can achieve high capacity separation on meshes as fine as 20microns. It also reduces the loss of good product, which is vital for products such as oat milk, due to the need to collect as much milk as possible whilst removing large amounts of oversize.
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