At Kitmondo, we are delighted to offer a broad selection of used cream separators, indispensable for enhancing efficiency in dairy processing operations. These sophisticated machines are designed to precisely separate cream from milk, ensuring top-tier quality and maximizing yield. Our inventory features models ranging from €5,000 for entry-level units to €80,000 for high-capacity, advanced systems from leading manufacturers such as Alfa Laval, Westfalia, GEA, and Tetra Pak. Each separator comes with unique specifications, including processing capacity, separation efficiency, bowl speed, and automation level, tailored to meet your specific production needs.

When selecting a cream separator, consider critical factors such as the volume of milk to be processed, the desired separation efficiency, ease of cleaning and maintenance, and energy consumption. These considerations are essential for producing high-quality cream, optimizing production efficiency, and adhering to stringent hygiene standards. Choosing our used cream separators not only provides access to high-quality machinery at a fraction of the cost but also supports sustainable practices by extending the life of robust equipment.

Kitmondo is committed to exceptional customer service, guiding you to find the perfect cream separator to elevate your dairy processing operations. Explore our listings today and discover reliable cream separators that deliver outstanding performance and unparalleled value for your dairy processing needs.


Pieralisi SV-20 Separator Low working hours

Year: 2000

Rpm 7150 rpm
Bowl diameter 316 mm
Bowl capacity 9 L
Output L/h 3000

Sepamatic 410 Cream separator

Year: 2006

Seperator Sepamatic 410 I have a Seperator Sepamatic 410 for sale

Westfalia KDA30-02-177 Cream separator

Year: 1978

Rpm 5350 rpm
Output L/h 10000

LUMA WORKSHOPS CREAM COOKER 60 LITERS

Year: 2003

Bowl capacity 60 L
Bowl diameter 420 mm

GEA Westfalia KDC 30-02-676 Quark separator

Year: 1991

Quark separator Nozzle separator suitable for the production of quark-like products. Dry matter approx. 18%. The splitter was refurbished in 2020 including new orders. On the KDC30, the entire separator can be sterilized on shutdown. Including all utilities, filters, valves, tools and CIP outlet pump. Capacity 2,000 kg per hour Year of manufacturing : 1991 Year of reconditioning : 2020 …

Westfalia MSD 20-06-076 Cream separator

Year: 2002

Rpm 6480 rpm
Bowl diameter 439 mm
Bowl capacity 10000 L
Output L/h 10000

GEA Westfalia SB7-03-076 Cream separator

Year: 1990

Rpm 9210 rpm
Output L/h 5000
Bowl diameter 271 mm
% fat 10

separator

Year: 1998

Bowl capacity 70000 L
% fat 20
Output L/h 70000

Westfalia separator msa20 -12,000l/h

Year: 1976

Rpm 6500 rpm
Output L/h 12000



Alfa Laval Milk Separator centrifuge

Year:

Rpm 1450 rpm
Output L/h 10000
Bowl capacity 10000 L

Westfalia 5 Ton Cream Separator

Year:

Westfalia 5 Ton Cream Separator Full chrome Machie is in good condition

Guangzhou Shaofeng Mechanical Device Co., Ltd., China HTG - 06 Food machinery

Year: 2020

Two never-used refueling machines are for sale. the machines are located in the Netherlands (Rotterdam). They are used to bottle up creams, chocolates, and pastes.

Nagema SMZD Cream separator

Year: 1991

Bowl capacity 25000 L

Gasti Dogamix Cream separator

Year: 1989

Rpm 3400 rpm
Output L/h 3000





Perfecting Dairy Processing: An Innovative Guide to Cream Separators

Cream separators are indispensable machines in the dairy industry, ensuring the efficient and precise separation of cream from milk. These devices not only boost productivity but also ensure consistent product quality and adherence to strict hygiene standards. For businesses looking to enhance their dairy processing capabilities, understanding the various types of cream separators and their features is crucial. Kitmondo, a top online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a wide range of high-quality cream separators at competitive prices.

Exploring the Types of Cream Separators

Cream separators are available in multiple configurations to cater to different dairy processing requirements. Here’s a look at the primary types:

Centrifugal Cream Separators

These are the most widely used separators, relying on centrifugal force to efficiently separate cream from milk.

  • Manual Centrifugal Separators: Operated by hand, ideal for small-scale and artisanal dairy producers. These separators are suitable for low-volume processing and are easy to maintain.
  • Electric Centrifugal Separators: Powered by electricity, these models offer higher efficiency and capacity, making them suitable for medium to large-scale operations. They provide consistent and rapid separation.

Self-Cleaning Cream Separators

These separators automatically remove impurities and sludge, minimizing downtime and maintenance.

  • Continuous Self-Cleaning Separators: Designed for uninterrupted operation, these models automatically discharge solids, ensuring minimal interruption. They are perfect for large-scale dairy plants.
  • Batch Self-Cleaning Separators: Operate in batch mode, ideal for medium-sized operations. They combine high efficiency with reduced maintenance needs.

Hermetic Cream Separators

Operating in a sealed environment, these separators prevent air incorporation, maintaining the quality of both cream and milk.

  • High-Speed Hermetic Separators: Provide rapid separation while preserving product quality, ideal for processing large milk volumes in industrial settings.
  • Standard Hermetic Separators: Focus on efficient separation while maintaining product purity, suitable for a range of dairy operations.

Kitmondo’s extensive inventory ensures that businesses can find cream separators that match their specific operational needs.

Essential Features and Specifications

When selecting a cream separator, consider the following features to ensure it meets your operational requirements:

Capacity and Throughput

The capacity and throughput determine how much milk the separator can process within a given timeframe. Whether for small batches or large-scale production, it’s important to choose a separator that aligns with your production goals. Kitmondo provides detailed specifications to help you make the right choice.

Separation Efficiency

High separation efficiency is key to maximizing cream yield and maintaining product quality. Look for models that ensure minimal cream loss and high-quality skim milk.

Automation and Control

Modern separators come with advanced automation and control systems that enhance precision and consistency. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, and real-time monitoring can significantly improve productivity. Kitmondo offers machines with varying levels of automation to suit different needs.

Material Compatibility

Ensure that the cream separator is compatible with the types of milk you process, such as cow’s, goat’s, or buffalo milk. Flexibility in material compatibility can greatly enhance your operational versatility.

Hygiene and Food Safety

Dairy processing demands high hygiene standards. Opt for separators designed for easy cleaning and sanitation, featuring stainless steel construction and accessible components. Compliance with industry standards like ISO, HACCP, and GMP is also essential.

Energy Efficiency

Energy-efficient machines help reduce operational costs and environmental impact. Look for separators with features like efficient motors, good insulation, and automated shutdown capabilities.

Leading Brands in Cream Separators

Choosing equipment from reputable brands ensures quality and reliable support. Here are some of the top brands in the cream separator market:

  • Alfa Laval: Known for precision and innovation, Alfa Laval offers robust solutions for various dairy applications.
  • GEA: Renowned for durable and advanced technology, GEA’s separators are popular in the dairy industry.
  • Westfalia: Provides high-performance separators known for reliability and efficiency.
  • De Laval: Offers versatile separators characterized by efficiency and robustness, ideal for large-scale operations.
  • Feldmeier Equipment: Known for high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed separation.

Kitmondo’s marketplace features equipment from these and other trusted brands, ensuring you have access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Cream Separators

The cost of used cream separators can vary widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Prices typically range from several thousand to tens of thousands of dollars. For example, a used Alfa Laval centrifugal separator might be priced between $10,000 and $30,000, while a high-end GEA self-cleaning separator could cost from $50,000 to $100,000. Kitmondo offers transparent pricing and competitive deals to suit various budgets.

Conclusion

Cream separators are essential for efficient and reliable dairy processing. By understanding the different types and key features to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions to enhance their operations. Kitmondo’s comprehensive platform provides access to high-quality used machinery, detailed listings, and competitive pricing. Whether you need a manual centrifugal separator, an advanced self-cleaning system, or a hermetic separator, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your dairy processing needs.