In most dairy operations CIP processes generate the majority of the waste water.
The CIP processes cause large pH fluctuations and release fats and proteins to the waste water. Added to this are spent batches, returned products and whey from cheese production and fats from butter production.
Products with branche Dairy industry
Curved screens are applied for separating solids from process and waste water. The Redox curved screens are robustly built and require a minimum of maintenance and attention.Read more
Pipe flocculators, type RPF
The RPF flocculator is characterised by the plug flow principle. The retention time is almost uniform and the mixing energy in the cross-section of the pipe is constant.Read more
Flotation units, type KWF
The KWF flotation units are extremely compact and make use of plate pack technology for removing suspended solids, oil, fat, grease and other dispersed and/or flocculated materials with micro flotation.Read more
Flotation units, type KCL
The KCL flotation units are designed to treat large wastewater flows for the removal of suspended solids, oil, fat, grease and other dispersed and/or flocculated materials with micro flotation.Read more
Flotation units, type WWL
The WWL flotation units are robustly built and characterised by large "free surface" areas.Read more
Biological waste water treatment systems, type FBR
The waste water (after primary treatment) is pumped into the aeration basin, which is filled with an activated sludge/water mixture.Read more