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Joseph Heler and Belton Cheese invest in finishing vats for their cheddared and curd treatment production facilities

Joseph Heler and Belton Cheese are the latest cheese producers to order Damrow finishing vats from Carlisle Processing Systems.

Heler has two 2.5t vats as part of a production line at its factory in Nantwich, Cheshire, while Belton has a similar vat on order for its 'cheese from the farm' enterprise at Whitchurch in Shropshire.

The vats are designed to carry out the final stages of cheddared and stirred curd treatment, providing ease of maintenance and process control. In the latest models the whey drainage channel has been increased in width to speed up the process .

Other features include a new direct-drive system with variable speed for control flexibility for carriage traverse and agitator stir speed.

Contact: Carlisle Process Systems, Tel: 01935 818 800

Related topics: Dairy, Manufacturing, Processing equipment

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