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Curd Incubation Chamber

 

 

 

CURD INCUBATION CHAMBERS (COMBO)

We are providing fully automatic combo type curd incubation chambers with heating and cooling both process together in single chamber.


Sr. No. Model Incubation Capacity (litre) Blast Chilling (litre) Size (inch) Body Type Incubation Blast Chilling
1 MI-360 360 150 44” X 32” X 53”(W X D X H) Combo - Portable Mini Yes Yes
2 MI-650 665 300 44" X 33" X 80" (W X D X H) Combo- Portable Mini Yes Yes
3 WI-500 2500 500 104.5" X 139" X 109" (W X D X H) Walk-in Type Yes Optional
4 WI-650 2500 650 104.5" X 139" X 109" (W X D X H) Walk-in Type Yes Optional
5 WI-1000 3500 to 4000 1000 139" X 162" X 109" (W X D X H) Walk-in Type Yes Optional
6 WI-1200 3500 to 4000 1200 139" X 162" X 109" (W X D X H) Walk-in Type Yes Optional
7 WI-1500 3500 to 4000 1500 139" X 162" X 109" (W X D X H) Walk-in Type Yes Optional

Room Temperature while Heating

32°C to 45°C

Room Temperature while Cooling

2°C to 8°C

Incubation Batch Time (Approx.)

4 to 5 Hours

Curd Loading Temperature

40°C to 42°C

Curd Final Temperature after Chilling

18°C to 20°C

Blast Chilling Time (Approx.)

1.5 Hour (42°C to 18°C)


* Above timing and temperature is provided considering basic packing of curd like pouch or cups stacked in perforated crates which can vary depending upon packing type and loading temperature of curd.


* We prefer both incubation and blast chilling separate rather than combo type in case of walk-in type models.


What is pH?

The measure of acidity and alkalinity of a solution that is a number on a scale on which a value of 7 represents neutrality, lower numbers indicate increasing acidity and higher numbers increasing alkalinity. It is represented by pH number and change in pH number represents a tenfold change in acidity or alkalinity.

 

Curd and pH value in curd

Curd is the food produced by culturing cream, milk, partially skimmed milk or skim milk used alone or in combination with a characterizing bacterial culture that contains the lactic acid producing bacteria, Lactobacillus Bulgaricus and Streptococcus Thermophilus.


pH value represents concentration of lactic acid in curd and lower pH value indicates higher concentration of lactic acid. At the time of adding culture in milk after pasteurization, pH value would be about 6.8 and during fermentation process pH drops up to 3.7 to 4.5 depending upon the operating technological conditions. To attain curd with a pH of 4.0, the cooling process should begin when the fermenting milk reaches a pH of 4.3-4.4.

 

pH meter

* Auto-control of Curd Incubation Chamber based on pH rather than time is optional.

 

Are you finding the procedure to produce best quality curd?

 

  • In our Indian culture, 'dahi' (Gujrati, Marathi, Nepali, Punjabi and Urdu), 'dohi' (Oriya), Mosou (Kannada) or thayir (Tamil) is the yogurt of India, known for its characteristic, sweet-tart taste semi-solid consistency. It is also Religiously as well as Scientifically proven good for health.

 

But

 

  • We can’t retain its taste and quality equal due to variations in Indian weather conditions and slight deviations in procedure so as a solution for that, Ice Make provides you exact methodology with appropriate temperature conditions on the basis of our wide experience and some expert's advice

     

     

  • Stage No.4 and 5 in above method is most important
  • ICE MAKE offers your exact solution for Stage No.4 and 5 and of course for Stage No.6 also.
  • We offer you Incubation room with hot unit which can maintain 42°C with 1°C deviation for Stage No.4
  • For Stage No.5 our Blast Chiller is useful to chill the culture up to 20°C within 1 hour
  • At last, for Stage No.6 you can use our regular cold room.

If you will prepare curd according to above procedure, you will get curd with same taste & quality in every season which can maintain its quality for long time and you can prepare delicious Indian Items like Lassi, Raita, Shrikhand, Kari etc.

 

 

 

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