Dairy Equipment are essential devices to determine important factors regarding its sample. The hygiene as well as cleaning of the equipment is extremely integral for improved and accurate results without any errors. To ensure high accuracy as well as reliability of the Milk Analyzer, maintaining a complete hygiene routine for the Dairy Equipment is an important procedure to be followed on a regular basis.
Routine Cleaning is beneficial when the time duration between 2 following measurement analyses exceeds more than 30 minutes or a number of analyses have been initiated. During such a situation, the device triggers the beep sound continuously, displaying the message ‘Cleaning Needed’. The following procedure needs to be followed during this time period:
- A sample cup with clean warm water (preferably 45-50 Degrees), is required to be placed on the sample surface under the pipette.
- Next, press the clean button which commences the flushing procedure. The device is structured to filter in the required amount of water it needs and returns it abc to the cup. This procedure is repeated for about five times consecutively.
- After this, the sample cup needs to be removed which is placed on the sample shelf.
The completion of this procedure allows the device to get ready for the measurement step.
Complete Flushing is an important step which should be followed at the end of the day. The daily cleaning of the Milk Analyzer involves cleaning with a cleaning chemical or a cleaning powder, ‘Ultra Scan Daily’, which is further heated at 50 Degrees Celsius, after hitting the ‘Clean Button’. It is required to change the liquid in the liquid cup every time until all the contamination is removed. In the end, the entire system should be washed and cleaned with clean water.
With routine, daily cleaning, weekly cleaning only adds in the value of the Milk Analyzer. The end of the week cleaning for the Ultra scan Milk Analyzer involves the same procedure of using a chemical powder heated at 50 Degrees Celsius, after hitting the ‘Clean Button’. It is required to change the liquid in the liquid cup every time until all the contamination is removed. In the end, the entire system should be washed and cleaned with clean water.
One of the most useful cleaning procedures for a Milk Analyzer involves cleaning without electricity. The analyzer consists of a hose on the top. The cap should be thoroughly cleaned and then input the piston of a syringe. The sucking pipe of the Milk Analyzer requires a cup of water to be placed in front of it which allows the pumping of water with the piston on the top. This leads to water circulation through the device system and allows a better cleaning. Two or three cups of water is recommended to do so to enable a clean system.