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Process for the electrodialysis treatment of whey
T990005 Process for the electrodialysis treatment of whey
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Inventor: Iaconelli
Date Issued: January 1, 1980
Application: 05/963,079
Filed: November 22, 1978
Inventors: Iaconelli; William B. (Scituate, MA)
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U.S. Class: 210/644; 426/239; 426/491; 426/522; 426/583
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Abstract: An improved process for the electrodialysis treatment of liquid whey is disclosed in which the raw whey is first subjected to an ultra high temperature environment of about between 130.degree. C. to 150.degree. C. for a period of approximately two seconds to sterilize the whey. The sterilized whey is then subjected to cooling and then to electrodialysis to effect a substantial reduction in ash content.
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