Cream separator

Cream Separator Structure and Principle of Operation

Milk Cream separator parts 100-18

Cream Separator Structure

Centrifugal milk separator “Motor Sich 100” with electric drive efficiency not less, than 80 l/hours is intended for separation of the whole milk on cream and skim milk with simultaneous cleansing. During separator production the remanufacturing operations are performed. Therefore, the construction of particular parts can differ from registration certificate. These differences improve performance quality and maintenance of separator. Follow to the link to buy cream separators at our store.

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Figure 1 – Structure of cream separator
1 – stopper, 2 – milk receiver/bowl, 3 – float chamber, 4 – float, 5 – drum/top bowl,
6 – cream receiver, 7 – skim milk receiver, 8 – baffler, 9 – body, 10 – electric motor/engine, 11 – switch, 12 – main/plug, 13 – bushing, 14 – support, 15 – nut, 16 – bushing

Milk cream separator (fig.1) consists of body (9) with electric motor/engine (10), drum/top bowl (5), cream receiver (6), skim milk receiver (7), float (4), float chamber (3), milk receiver/bowl (2), stopper (10).

Switch (11) and main/plug (12) are installed on body (9).

Dishes used for feeding the warmed milk into the drum and the withdrawal of cream and skimmed out of the drum.Dishes consist of milk receiver/bowl, stopper, float, float chamber, cream receiver,skim milk receiver.

Electric motor/engine (10) is mounted on body (9) by means of three pins and self-locking nuts (15). In order to decrease jerk during engine start and prevent milk receiver/bowl (2) descent from conical drive end, ceam milk separator is equipped with soft start device and absorbers – bushings (16) that are put in electric motor flange.

The drum/top bowl is movable operating element (fig.2). There under the action of centrifugal forces the process of milk separation on cream and skim milk occurs. The drum/top bowl consists of plate holder (8) with set of aluminum platetype A (6) and B (5), separating plate (4) with adjusting screw (3), lid (2), seal ring(7), nut (1).

Figure 2 – Structure of drum/top bowl
1 – nut, 2 – lid, 3 – adjusting screw, 4 – separating plate, 5 – aluminum plate type B, 6 – aluminum plate type A, 7 – seal ring,
8 – plate holder

Setting-up Procedures

The room where separator is placed has to be not dusty and dry wit humidity of 65+15 %.
The installation surface has to be horizontal and smooth.
It is recommended to fasten the separator by means of three applicable screws with washers via the holes in support (14) (fig.1) to special applicable pedestal.

Milk Separation

1. Turn on the cream separator
2. The drum gains the work speed in 30…40 seconds
3. Pour the whole milk into the milk receiver
4. The best temperature of milk is 35…40 C
5. Turn the stopper to the notch on the milk receiver‘s edge
6. After work turn off the cream separator
Attention! Before milk receiver/bowl removal make sure that separator switch is set into “0” position and plug is pulled out.
Drum/top bowl has to be removed from the electric drive shaft carefully. It is prohibited to sway drum/top bowl drastically on shaft, because it can lead to shaft deformation.
Note. It is allowed insignificant jingling of plates (without filling separator with milk), installed on case during validity check in the shop.
In order to stop the separator, turn the stopper to the left or to the right of the milk receiver/bowl, wait until cream and skim milk output stop and only after that disconnect electric drive by means of switch.

 

One thought on “Cream Separator Structure and Principle of Operation

  1. mussa kiure says:

    well ,understandable short explanation ,xo much good

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