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Manual Cream Separator

Item #1036595
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Ships from Manufacturer. Allow several weeks.
Today's Price: $659.00
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Remove the cream from cow's or goat's milk at home. Use the cream for making butter, cheese and ice cream. Use healthy, low-fat milk for drinking and cooking.
  • Stainless steel milk tank, separation bowl and disks
  • Milk and cream outlets are made of food-grade poly
  • Manufactured in India to the exacting specifications of a U.S. dairy supply company
  • 13"L x 11"W x 19"H, 26 lb
  • 1-year warranty

Note: This item is shipped directly from the manufacturer and may take several weeks for delivery.

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MANUAL CREAM SEPARATOR DESCRIPTION
Pour whole milk in the 8-liter (about 8 quart) stainless steel bowl and turn the crank. Cream exits the top spout while milk comes out the lower spout. Processes up to 60 L (over 15 gallons) per hour. Cream screw adjusts cream thickness.

55 turns per minute provides optimal bowl speed of 8400 rpm. Includes parts list, spare O-rings, float and neck springs. 13"L x 11"W x 19"H. 26 lb.

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* NOTE: This product is drop shipped. This means it is shipped directly from the manufacturer and may take an extra week or two to be delivered.

Customer Reviews of Manual Cream Separator
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(1 reviews)
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- 1/30/2016
said: Marcy
"I was interested in making butter from “real” cream so I got this cream separator and took it to a dairy farm. I milked one cow and got a quart and a half of cream. It only took two of us one and a half hours from set-up to clean-up. It works great as long as the directions are followed. The separator DOES need to be level and bolted down. Using a 3-part oil is really helpful and the milk does need to be between 89 and 100 degrees. Temperature was not a problem for me since I took it straight from the cow to the separator. If you let the milk go to the tank, it will get cooled down before you get a hold of it. It's not “super easy” but it IS well worth the work involved. (See my review under the Lehman's Daisy Butter Churn to find out how my butter turns out!) -Marcy, Lehman's Kitchen Dept"
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