BARTEC BENKE – The Global Technology Leader in Milk-Measurement and Sampling Systems

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BARTEC BENKE – The Global Technology Leader in Milk-Measurement and Sampling Systems

BARTEC BENKE – The Global Technology Leader in Milk-Measurement and Sampling Systems
June 30
10:47 2014

Founded in 1936, Bavaria-based BARTEC BENKE is the global technological leader in milk measurement and sampling systems, both on-truck and within the dairy. BARTEC BENKE’s TIGER milk collection and sampling system has essentially revolutionized the milk collection logistic chain.

Fast, Light and Exact Milk Collection

Indeed, the German company prides itself on offering the fastest, lightest and most exact milk collection system available. Food processing companies across the globe have placed their trust in the “Excellence of Measurement…made by BARTEC BENKE.”

BARTEC BENKE is a subsidiary of the BARTEC Company. The story of BARTEC began in 1975 with an innovation.  The company founder, Reinhold A Barlian, started as a one-man enterprise specializing in the development and manufacturing of a safety switch preventing explosions at gasoline pumps. Today the BARTEC Group is the leading global provider of innovative safety technology for applications in hazardous areas.

The name BARTEC is known and relied upon all over the world. With an international network of 11 production sites in Germany, Switzerland, the UK, Norway, Slovenia, the USA and in China as well as with more than 35 sales units and 50 international sales partners, the market and technology leader in safety technology is present all over the world and is active on site to support the customer.

TIGER Milk Collection System

The TIGER milk measurement and sampling system incorporates the latest measurement technology on milk collection trucks. It has a very high measurement accuracy across the entire volume spectrum of drawn in milk from 100 to 1,350 l/min. This is due to the purposely developed bubble sensors, which measure the suspended air within the milk medium, without the need for an air separator.

The weight reduction is thus substantial, saving fuel costs. The reaction time for measuring air-in-milk-inclusion is just a few milliseconds. Because of this high resolution and the employed measurement principle, the sensor can be used directly to control the vacuum pump. With a weight of less than 200kg, the system is the lightest on the market.

Dairies Pay For Milk – Not For Air

The milk density measurement principle employed by the TIGER System delivers the most stable and consistent results in the industry and is often employed for benchmark tests on milk collection vehicles. The accuracy improvement is 0.15% over the entire volume of milk drawn in.

The system complies with all regulatory requirements and the guidelines of the milk processing industry for the handling and measurement of food products. It is MID certified and available in 3” stainless steel diameter throughout.

BARTEC BENKE will be demonstrating its milk measurement and sampling systems at FOOD TECH in Herning 2014 in hall M at booth 9574.

For further information, please feel free to contact the BARTEC BENKE FOOD Team on Tel +49 9929 3010, Fax +49 9929 301 198, E-mail info.gotteszell@bartec-benke.de or visit www.bartec-benke.com.

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