This machine is a Simon Freres MB 1201 laboratory continuous butter maker which was previously working in a French University for R&D purposes. The machine produces butter from cream obtained in a previous process from raw milk by separation. The cream is beaten and pushed in a rotating cylinder, forming butter granules which separate from the buttermilk during the process. The buttermilk is continuously skimmed until pure butter remains as the final product.
- Manufacturer: Simon Freres
- Model: MB 1201 BF
- Serial number: 66
- Function: Laboratory continuous butter churn
- Capacity: 250 kg/hour
- Year of manufacture: 2006
Country of Manufacture
- Length: 254 cms
- Width: 170 cms
- Height: 216 cms
- Weight: 2,000 kgs
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