Processing & Solutions for Dairy & Beverage

We had completed many turnkey projects for dairy and juice plants over the years in different countries;

  • Sweetened condensed milk/Evaporated Milk
  • UHT/ESL Plant
  • Fresh milk receiving system
  • Ice-cream plant
Ice-Cream Plant
Sweetened Condensed Milk
Pilot Plant


Our System provides a range of customised heat treatment equipment to kill/reduce any living micro- organisms that may be present in the product. This helps to increase stability and shelf life of the product. Products are also treated with different methods with different temperatures and holding times depending on the requirements of product and shelf life.

The design for the heat treatment module depends on;
  • Shelf life
  • Nature of product
  • Nature of heating
    • Direct heating such as steam injection
    • Indirect heating such as plate or tubular heat exchanger
  • Continuous operation time requested by the customer

Types of heat treatment process
Direct Steam Injection (DS!)
  • Low heat load thus less impact on product taste, colour and nutritional value
  • Suitable for wide range of products
  • Longer production runtime due to less fouling
Tubular Pasteuriser
  • Suitable for products with particles such as orange juice with pulp
  • Gentle treatment with uniform heating/cooling
  • Extremely reliable
Plate Pasteuriser
  • Lower cost of investment
  • Extremely efficient heating & cooling
  • Small & compact design
Tubular Pasteuriser

Storage System

Design of storage tanks depends on the nature of the products as well as the required shelf life. Tanks can be designed to the required capacity and available space at the customer's factory. It can also be designed to be pressurized or to full vacuum depending on applications.

Aseptic Tanks / Ultra-clean Tanks

  • Designed to meet the most stringent hygienic requirements for dairy & beverage industry. Fully compatible with CIP and SIP procedures
  • Mostly used in UHT applications
  • Products in aseptic tanks are usually pushed with sterile compressed air instead of using pumps. Aseptic valves are also used in aseptic systems

Aging / Fermentation Tanks

  • Certain products must be aged or fermented before further processing or filling
  • Products such as yogurt is left for a few hours in fermentation tanks after live cultures are introduced into the products. These tanks will then be equipped with instruments such as conductivity and temperature sensors to monitor the fermentation process
  • Other products such as sweetened condensed milk is aged in aging tanks for 2 to 4 hours before it is sent to the fillers.
Aseptic Tank
Ultra Clean Tank


CIP systems are very important to a manufacturing plant as it allows hygienic cleaning between process run or after end of production. This ensures the sterility of the plant. CIP systems are used to clean process equipment such as tanks, sanitary piping, heat exchangers and filling machines by circulation of liquid cleaning solutions without the need to dismantle the systems or components.

  • CIP systems can be fully/semi-automatic or manual
  • CIP systems can have multiple pressure lines to allow multiple items to be cleaned at the same time thus, reducing the cleaning time and increasing efficiency
All important parameters that ensures thorough cleaning such as flow rate, temperature, concentration of cleaning chemicals (acid & lye) and time can be controlled according to the requirements of the customer. These parameters can also be recorded for audit purposes.

Single Line CIP System
Multiple Line CIP System