Production of Whey Protein Isolates (WPI) have always been hampered by the creation of pro-cream. This occurs as a byproduct during the microfiltration step to remove the remaining cream in Whey Protein Concentrate to achieve 90% WPI. However, new advancements in WPI processing equipment alongside research conducted at the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research, has helped increase value, awareness and applications for the use of Whey Protein Phospholipid Concentrate (WPPC). Read More
On Demand Join Dr. John A. Lucey of the Center for Dairy Research for a free webinar about the best practices for controlling cheese functionality. Dr. Lucey also is professor of Food Science at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the author of the popular Cheese Doctor column in Dairy Foods.
On DemandThe decision to add or upgrade membrane equipment into a facility can be costly and require downtime in the operation. Before making this important decision many factors should be considered. This presentation will explain many of the critical parameters involved in a successful new or upgraded plant, including sanitary design of equipment and elements, and maximizing throughput.
On Demand This presentation will provide an overview of analytical and membrane test equipment as well as methods utilized for troubleshooting process membrane sanitation issues. We will also discuss processes for the development of membrane CIP (Clean-In-Place) products and programs. FTIR, ICP, and SEM are a few examples that will be discussed.
On Demand For a continuous multi stage system, there are several ways to operate a DF process from changing DF volume ratio to identifying the stage requiring the additional flux. This technique has a large scope of improvement and an optimization range to maximize productivity and minimize the capital expenditures. This presentation focuses on the system flux calculations and attendant plots supported by a rationale of DF addition for design enhancement.
On Demand This presentation will provide an overview of membrane fouling and standard membrane cleaning programs and products for typical dairy applications including Milk, Whey & Permeate applications. Additionally, troubleshooting techniques and options will be discussed.
On Demand Membrane Filtration has found active and widespread applications in several industries – Chemical, Beverage, Dairy, Food, and Pharmaceuticals. The presentation describes various membrane configurations available and the criteria for their proper selection. The basic principles of designing a process plant based on data collected by pilot trials is described. It further explains with examples on how the plants are configured for different modes of operation – Batch, Fed Batch, Multi Stage continuous.
On Demand Dairy Foods brings you two expert panelists that will discuss the current state of sugar reduction trends in cultured dairy foods and the prospect of bringing new cultured products to market.
On Demand Balancing sample measurement frequency and laboratory operating costs is a challenge for many dairy plants. Older spectroscopic analyzers are able to determine multiple components in a single measurement, but are limited in the type of samples that can be analyzed, resulting in the need for multiple instruments. Having multiple instruments requires more laboratory space, increased operator training on multiple instruments and software, and increased instrument maintenance and calibration costs...
On Demand Change. 2016 will focus the eyes of America on its best U.S. athletes during the Olympic & Paralympic Games. Challenge. How can fluid milk processors use Team USA to connect millions of consumers with milk and highlight its nutritional value? Opportunity. Join MilkPEP CEO Julia Kadison and a special guest as they discuss how processors can leverage the spotlight on U.S. athletes.