Most farms have chilling systems in place to take care of the storage of milk. However, it also means that the process is cost intensive as it requires a lot of power to run these systems.
This is where the glycol systems come in- they are there to take the pressure off the main refrigeration system, which only enhances the system, making it easier to cool the milk in reduced time.
It is also environment friendly because the milk is cooled without any kind of outside influence which might contaminate the milk in any way.
Cooling the milk is a top priority because microbes tend to germinate fast in warmer temperatures and hence quick cooling reduces this possibility.
The glycol systems help in doing so, and the refrigeration main system does not have to ensure added pressure either.
There is no need to take any added precaution for it as well because the unit consists of some very basic parts like shell and tube, compressor, condenser, thermostats and pumps- nothing out of the ordinary for a regular cooling unit.
Our informative staff would be happy to assist you with any kind of information that you might require in regards to sales and installation of these units.