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Cream milk separator
Milk separator is a special devise for fast separation of cream from milk. It was created by Gustaf de Laval in 1894 and successfully used in manufactures. Since that time there is no need in waiting for the milk set and sour.
During the 20th century milk separator went though lots of technical changes and modifications but the main principle of the mechanism is still the same. There are many variations and models of cow and goat milk (cream) separators. The huge ones are used in factories and in our catalogue there are two models for domestic and small farm use. Hand operated centurial cream separator and electric milk separator have the same technical characteristics. They can process over 80 litters of milk per hour and hold 12 litters of milk. Their small size is suitable for domestic use and the output is also enough.