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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Eleventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Elk-horn, Wis., January 31, and February 1 and 2, 1883. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
(1883)

Report of committee on cream raising and cream carrying utensils,   pp. 154-157 PDF (763.1 KB)


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WncoNx       DaiyMN's ABSOCIATION.              155 
TMU D4X= W0    -ON CENTRIFGAL MILX SEPARATOR. 
The Pbhadlpb* Creamery Supply Co, 1140 Ridge Avenue, Phila., Pa. 
Ea this mhibi we have a novel method of cream separation. The ma- 
chie coasista of . drum, which is made to revolve at high speed. Milk is
let into the mahp in a continuous stream through a tube. As the milk 
elis the Ades . the drum, in partaking of the motion it separates into 
two pab; that Igviat or the skim milk, works to the sides of the drum, 
while the light, cream, flows to the part nearest the center of the drum.
Tubes 1St down imWo the drum are so arranged that one carries out the skim
milk and the other the cream After stma-ing, the machine works contin- 
nousy. 
To LNCOLN CELANNL CAN. 
William B. Lincoln, Warren, Mass. 
This is a roud, deep cai with a channel extending clear through i, and 
reaching fully $buee-fouitbs of the way to the top. By this arrangement 
the mAik in aIl the lower part of the can is none of it over one and a half
inces from te coling surface. 
THE STANAD MILK CAN. 
Brown & Bona, Wellaville, N. Y. 
Used in deep setting. The can is oval in cross section, being six inches
wi4 sixteen inches long, and nineteen inches deep. It is provided with a
tight-ftting cover, and has no tubes, spouts, etc., being a simple can. 
OoE). W. KENNEDY'S MILK HOUSI. 
Ge(. W. Kennedy, Garnavillo, Iowa. 
A small building with a wall sixteen inches thick divided into three four-
inch spaces. The outer and inner of these spaces being filled with a non-
conductor of heat, as sawdust, and the middle space left for air, which can
be rendered "dead" by closing all openings, or ventilated at will.
The 
hone is built large enough to contain a water tank} into which deep cans
of any make can be plunged. The house is designed to obviate intense 
heat in summer and too great cold in winter. 
THE CALLS COOLETL 
L T. Martin, Davenport, Iowa. 
This 0adsists of a tank for water, into which deep cans can be plunged. 
The meWllie lid of the tank shuts down over the tops of all the cans, leav-
ing a ewumon cushion of air ovet them. This lid is so constructed that it
will hod several inches of water, thus cooling the milk from above. Water
poured on top of thelid ot the tank first fills up the lid and then flows
into 
the fts1L A receptacle in the lid holds ice. 


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