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"Milkstone" formation in milking machinery

Authors: W. Whittlestone


When tinned surfaces are electrically coupled to bare copper in milk handling equipment cleaned with orthodox detergents not only does the tin corrode more readily than when there is no coupling with copper but there is a marked increase in the build-up of milkstone deposits on the surface of the tin. Evidence is produced for the view that electrolytic action is important in the formation of milkstones in milking machinery.

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