The freezer bricks provided with the milk can is stored for at leaset 5 hours in the freezer of a household refrigerator and these freezer blocks are placed in the bucket while milking. As shown in the image below.
You will notice that as you are milking the temperature of the milk goes down and reaches 4 degrees Celsius or below. After you have finished milking, transfer the cold milk to the milk can. Wash the freezer bricks with clean water and then store again it in the freezer of the household refrigerator.
Double Walled Insulated Milk Can
The Milk Cans outer is seamless plastic wall made from virgin FDA approved polyethylene in Multi-Layers construction with built in handles and 40 LITRE CAPACITY and inner wall is made of stainless steel grade 304. The insulation between the walls is P. U. F insulation for long distance transportation and enhancement of shelf life.
Integrated Thermoelectric Cooler
Thermoelectric cooling is created by running electricity through two adjacent materials. The PE effect occurs as heat is transferred to one side of the device, effectively cooling the other side. By applying more power, more cooling is created on one side of the device and additional heat on the other, which may be dissipated or utilized for heating.
The major advantages of the thermoelectric cooler versus conventional refrigerant systems include greater mechanical simplicity with no moving parts or liquids, a smaller footprint and less maintenance. Ideal for climate control applications in compact spaces to maintain a consistent temperature, thermoelectric coolers provide effective, reliable operation in demanding environments.
- Broad operating temperature range of -40 to 55° C (-40 to 131° F)
- DC powered operation for 12 V applications
- Refrigerant-free; requires no compressor
- Cooling capacity 60 W (204 BTUs/Hr)
- Filterless design reduces maintenance requirements
- Retains temperature for 8 hours with full battery charge.