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Use of Evaporative Treatment of Creat (ETC) to Increase Butter Yield

Authors: R. Con Foo, G.J. McDonald and B.D. Dixon

Abstract:

The manufacture of butter using the Evaporative Treatment of Cream process showed that a manufacturer could increase profits because more butter (0.7%) could be produced from the same quantity of milkfat and less steam (70%) was required for treating the cream. The increased yield was due to a higher milk solids-not-fat in the butter and the lower steam consumption derived from evaporator design characteristics. It was found that slight adjustment to churning temperatures was necessary when using a continuous buttermaker and that the initial moisture of the butter was lower.

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