SPX FLOW, Charlotte, N.C., developed the continuous butter making machine, which integrates cream pre-heating and buttermilk cooling and offers a high degree of remote or automatic control.

The GS Butter Reworker can rework butter directly from the cold store without prior tempering. Designed to simplify production logistics, the machine has no cutting at its inlet, thus minimizing mechanical shear for lower energy use. The technology can process high volumes of butter while ensuring consistent moisture levels through controlled butter flow and inline moisture dosing.

When used in repackaging applications, the Reworker reduces air content to exceptionally low levels and enables flexible adjustment of final product composition through the inclusion of additional ingredients such as water, butter milk or salt. A melting unit can be installed after the re-worker if required. 

SPX Flow, division of SPX Corp.