Automatic Milk and Cream Standardisation

Automatic milk and cream standardisation An original system developed by SPX, the Seital Series Se-St automatic standardisation unit employs a highly accurate Coriolis-type meter to provide the density of the cream coming out of the separator. The unit automatically controls separator output parameters such as skim back-pressure and cream concentration and features a touchscreen interface

Whey Separation

Whey Separation SPX FLOW Seital Separation Technology offers a wide range of self-cleaning separators for liquid/liquid/solid separation. This type of separator allows for the recovery of fine particles (0,5-500 µm), the efficient separation of a mixture into its two phases and the contemporary clarification of both by means of a very high peripheral centrifugal field (G-force).

Milk Separation

Milk Separation SPX FLOW Seital Separation Technology offers a wide range of self-cleaning milk separators for liquid/liquid/solid separation. This type of separator allows for the recovery of fine particles (0,5-500 µm), the efficient separation of a mixture into its two phases and the contemporary clarification of both by means of a very high peripheral centrifugal

Solid-Retaining (Manual Cleaning) Separators & Clarifiers

Solid-Retaining (Manual Cleaning) Separators & Clarifiers SPX Flow Seital Separation Technology offers a wide range of solid-retaining (manual cleaning) milk/whey clarifiers, and warm milk and whey skimming separators are also available. The solid impurities present in the product are collected in the internal periphery of the bowl. Solids retaining centrifuges must be stopped and cleaned manually at the

Self-Cleaning Separators

Self-cleaning Separators SPX FLOW Seital Separation Technology offers a wide range of self-cleaning separators for liquid/liquid/solid separation. This type of separator allows for the recovery of fine particles (0,5-500 µm), the efficient separation of a mixture into its two phases and the contemporary clarification of both by means of a very high peripheral centrifugal field (G-force).