Soya Milk Making Machine

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Soya Milk Making Machine

₹ 500000/Unit Get Latest Price

Capacityupto 100 LPH
Power Consumption10 KW
MaterialSS 304 Grade
Voltage220 V
CertificationISO 9001:2015
Weight500 kg
Warranty1 Year
Machine TypeSemi-Automatic
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 1 Unit

Foodsure Soya Milk Processing Plant is a facility specifically designed to produce soya milk from soybeans It involves a series of steps and specialised equipment to extract process and package the soya milk Here are some common descriptions and features of a Soya Milk Processing Plant:

  • Raw Material Handling: The plant typically includes a section for handling and storage of raw soybeans This may involve cleaning, sorting and storing the soybeans in silos or other storage systems.

  • Cleaning and Preparing: The soybeans are thoroughly cleaned to remove impurities such as dirt stones or foreign particles They may also undergo a soaking or washing process to soften and prepare them for further processing.

  • Grinding and Separation: The cleaned soybeans are ground into a fine slurry using specialised grinding or milling equipment This helps break down the beans and release the milk content The slurry is then subjected to separation processes to separate the milk from the insoluble fibre (okara) and other solids.

  • Heating and Enzyme Treatment: The extracted soya milk is heated to a specific temperature to deactivate enzymes that can cause spoilage or undesirable flavours This step also helps improve the shelf life of the soya milk

  • Homogenization and Standardization: The soya milk may undergo homogenization, a process that breaks down fat globules to ensure uniform texture and prevent separation Additionally the milk may be standardised to achieve a consistent composition of protein fat and other components.

  • Pasteurisation: The soya milk is typically subjected to pasteurisation a heat treatment process that eliminates harmful microorganisms and extends the shelf life of the product The temperature and duration of pasteurisation are carefully controlled to ensure food safety while preserving the nutritional quality of the milk

  • Cooling and Packaging: After pasteurisation the soya milk is rapidly cooled to maintain its freshness and quality It is then transferred to packaging equipment which fills the milk into containers such as bottles cartons or pouches The packaging may involve sterilisation or sealing to prevent contamination and ensure product integrity.

  • Quality Control: Soya Milk Processing Plants often have quality control measures in place to ensure consistent product quality and safety This includes regular testing of raw materials in-process monitoring and final product analysis to meet regulatory standards and customer expectations.

  • Automation and Controls: Modern Soya Milk Processing Plants incorporate automation and control systems to optimise production efficiency, monitor process parameters and ensure precise control over various stages of production This helps reduce human error, improve productivity and maintain product consistency.

  • Waste Management: The plant may have systems in place to handle and manage by-products such as okara and wastewater generated during the process Efforts may be made to maximise resource utilisation and minimise environmental impact.

It's important to note that the specific features and capabilities of Soya Milk Processing Plants can vary across manufacturers and models When considering the establishment or operation of a Soya Milk Processing Plant it's advisable to consult with experts in the field and comply with relevant regulations and industry standards

Soya Milk Plant Setup

₹ 500000/Unit Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Capacity200 kg/HRS
Power Consumption10 KW
MaterialStainless Steel
Automation GradeAutomatic
Voltage420V
Frequency50 Hz
CertificationISO Certified
Machine TypeSemi-Automatic
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 1 Unit

 A Soya Milk Processing Plant is a facility specifically designed to produce soya milk from soybeans It involves a series of steps and specialised equipment to extract process and package the soya milk 

Here are some common descriptions and features of a Soya Milk Processing Plant:

  • Raw Material Handling: The plant typically includes a section for handling and storage of raw soybeans This may involve cleaning sorting and storing the soybeans in silos or other storage systems

  • Cleaning and Preparing: The soybeans are thoroughly cleaned to remove impurities such as dirt stones or foreign particles They may also undergo a soaking or washing process to soften and prepare them for further processing

  • Grinding and Separation: The cleaned soybeans are ground into a fine slurry using specialised grinding or milling equipment This helps break down the beans and release the milk content The slurry is then subjected to separation processes to separate the milk from the insoluble fibre (okara) and other solids

  • Heating and Enzyme Treatment: The extracted soya milk is heated to a specific temperature to deactivate enzymes that can cause spoilage or undesirable flavours This step also helps improve the shelf life of the soya milk

  • Homogenization and Standardization: The soya milk may undergo homogenization a process that breaks down fat globules to ensure uniform texture and prevent separation Additionally the milk may be standardised to achieve a consistent composition of protein fat and other components

  • Pasteurisation: The soya milk is typically subjected to pasteurisation a heat treatment process that eliminates harmful microorganisms and extends the shelf life of the product The temperature and duration of pasteurisation are carefully controlled to ensure food safety while preserving the nutritional quality of the milk

  • Cooling and Packaging: After pasteurisation the soya milk is rapidly cooled to maintain its freshness and quality It is then transferred to packaging equipment which fills the milk into containers such as bottles cartons or pouches The packaging may involve sterilisation or sealing to prevent contamination and ensure product integrity

  • Quality Control: Soya Milk Processing Plants often have quality control measures in place to ensure consistent product quality and safety This includes regular testing of raw materials in-process monitoring and final product analysis to meet regulatory standards and customer expectations

  • Automation and Controls: Modern Soya Milk Processing Plants incorporate automation and control systems to optimise production efficiency monitor process parameters and ensure precise control over various stages of production This helps reduce human error improve productivity and maintain product consistency

  • Waste Management: The plant may have systems in place to handle and manage by-products such as okara and wastewater generated during the process Efforts may be made to maximise resource utilisation and minimise environmental impact

It's important to note that the specific features and capabilities of Soya Milk Processing Plants can vary across manufacturers and models When considering the establishment or operation of a Soya Milk Processing Plant it's advisable to consult with experts in the field and comply with relevant regulations and industry standards

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