COMPARING THE BUILT DETERGENT AND MOLD ENSYME IN REMOVING MILK SOIL FROM MINIATURE DAIRY EQUIPMENT

Article Id: ARCC2627 | Page : 47 - 49
Citation :- COMPARING THE BUILT DETERGENT AND MOLD ENSYME IN REMOVING MILK SOIL FROM MINIATURE DAIRY EQUIPMENT.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2008.(27):47 - 49
H. Manjunatha*, R. Prabha, R. Krishna and P.A. Shankar
Address : Department of Dairy Microbiology, Dairy Science College, KVAFSU, Hebbal, Bangalore-24

Abstract

A detergent built from sodium salts and an enzyme extracted from A.flavus TDM 4 were separately used to clean milk soil from miniature dairy equipment such as milk can and cheese vat. Both the built detergent and the mold enzyme were used at 0.5 to 2% concentration to remove soil from the equipment. More soil was removed at the higher concentration of built detergent or mold enzyme. Increasing the concentration of washing solution with simultaneous increase in its temperature resulted in more effective removal of soil and showed high significance at 1% level. However, a higher concentration of enzyme was required to get a comaparable results with a lower detergent concentration.

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