from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A machine or device for pasteurizing something (e.g. milk).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One that Pasteurizes, specif. an apparatus for heating and agitating, fluid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An apparatus for sterilizing a fluid by the method of Pasteurization.
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He’s ordered a cheese vat-pasteurizer from the Netherlands, and a holding/chilling tank from Canada, and will only sell milk until the new equipment is here and hooked up.
We had to purchase a pasteurizer that fits our production cycle, which is seven to 15 gallons, because we make everything in really small batches.
I used to keep goats and pasteurized goats milk in a home pasteurizer and also used to heat treat colostrum to prevent passing some disease to newborn goats.
Belize is relatively well off for a third world country; the cost of a drink is not prohibitive for most, so they are not that motivated to use the pasteurizer.
The "tubular juice pasteurizer," as it is formally called, strikes me as an "appropriate technology" with unusual promise. benefit of an inexpensive juice pasteurizer
The next season Tom took the pasteurizer to different communities which kept the bottles for their own use during the Christmas season.
The pasteurizer would have been much more successful if there was some juice available for processing at many other times of the year.
The result is a pasteurizer which can be carried by one person to the most remote site.
Dr. Crandall's team developed the pasteurizer specifically for difficult third world situations.
ECHO waited on this innovation for several years in hopes that the pasteurizer would become available commercially.